Thursday, March 12, 2009

Cold, the New Hotness

I first learned about cold fusion from Elizabeth Shue in The Saint, but it turns out the technology wasn't actually fully developed in 1997. It was one of those just because the source of cheap, clean, abundant electricity works in the movies doesn't mean it's real/commercially viable yet situations.

That was 12 years ago, however, and Dr. and Mr. Doris Haggis-On-Whey, the authors of the book with the greatest title of all time, have published again. On energy. Nuclear energy. Cold, safe, totally awesome nuclear energy.

In McSweeney's words (whoever McSweeney is):

Cold Fusion must be kept far from the young people in your life. This book reveals the secrets of cold fusion, one of the most controversial scientific pursuits that can be conducted in a bathtub.

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