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Science and U: Is Cold Fusion Possible?

Dr. Weiping Yu, the chief science advisor of A Neighbor’s Choice, is back with more Science and U. The physicist comments on the news of the first-ever image of a black hole taken in polarized light. Wherever we find black holes we find magnetic fields. What does this mean? Is the standard model of physics […]

A Conversation with Bob Greenyer on Cold Fusion, LENR

David Gornoski, the host of A Neighbor’s Choice, sits down with Bob Greenyer, engineer and researcher in the field of LENR (low-energy nuclear reactions). The two discuss the work of Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, the start of the Martin Fleischmann memorial project, the various experiments in the field of cold fusion and their fascinating […]

Dr. Max Fomitchev-Zamilov on Levitation, Science Renaissance

Nuclear scientist and music composer Dr. Max Fomitchev-Zamilov returns to the show. David Gornoski and Dr. Max discuss some key issues in the world of science and technology such as the government regulatory processes that block innovation, nuclear technology that avoids disasters like Chernobyl and Fukushima, low-temperature cold fusion, bubble fusion, the use of levitation […]

Our Upcoming Scientific Renaissance

Nuclear scientist Dr. Max Zamilov returns to the show to talk about the next Galileo and Renaissance moments in history. Why is it that we are not interested in innovation anymore? Is everything already solved? Dr. Max says that the biggest problem is an outdated educational system that “grounds its student to a pulp” and […]