Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) December 7, 2004
Cold Fusion is bubbling again, but it is difficult to know what to believe in the debate between scientists and critics. The Greenview Group can help cut through this confusion, with expert advice for scientific, industrial, and media organizations seeking to better understand the field.
Why the renewed controversy? The Department of Energy recently announced a new review of Cold Fusion researchÂa move that caught many by surprise. The public is discovering that, contrary to popular belief, Cold Fusion did not disappear 15 years ago, but went underground in labs all over the world. Hundreds of scientific papers are now coming to light, based on government-sponsored work in France, Italy, Japan, and China, and intense but low-profile work in the United States. If finally developed, the economic implications could be enormous.
However, there are problems. Like any science so revolutionary and so contrary to the status quo, the Cold Fusion field is fragmented. Quality of work is uneven and results are sometimes contradictory. This presents a dilemma for organizations that need to understand the implications of the field, but donÂt know where to begin.
The Greenview Group can help. Greenview team members have been closely involved at every level of Cold Fusion research, yet have extensive careers in science and technology that provide a balanced perspective. What is real and what is not? Where are breakthroughs most likely? How could this impact your existing business and existing programs? GreenviewÂs mission is to answer these questions.
Representatives of scientific and industrial organizations are welcome to visit the Greenview website at http://www.greenviewgroup.com or email directly at email@example.com. Members of the press may also contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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