Excess Heat is a masterful presentation, clearly reasoned and argued. -- Michael C.H. McKubre, SRI International
Excess Heat is a monumental work of scholarship and will bring this important new phenomenon into the mainstream of science. -- John O'M. Bockris, Texas A&M University, Retired
Excess Heat is not only a superb record of an extraordinary episode, but is also highly entertaining. -- Sir Arthur C. Clarke, from the foreword
Charles Beaudette received a bachelor of science degree from MIT in 1952. After selling the instrument company which he founded (Dychro Corporation) in 1961, he worked for ten years with EG&G Corporation, where he specialized in image processing. During this time he participated in the technology development for what became the office facsimile and the PC modem. Now retired, Beaudette lives in Cumberland, Maine.
The book arrived after being or order for about two weeks. It was packaged well and was in mint condition. The subject matter of the book (i.e. Read morePublished 3 months ago by mrmawg
Probably the best single book on cold fusion that I have yet read. Has sufficient detail that the highly technical reader can get an in-depth view of the experimental data, but... Read morePublished on January 21, 2013 by Wonder Warthog
In light of recent activity in the LENR space, this book may be of interest to a wider audience.
Dramatic story about the early observers of the Pons & Flieshmann... Read more
"Excess Heat" is, without doubt, THE best book on the topic of "cold fusion" aka "low-energy nuclear reactions". Read morePublished on December 13, 2012 by WWarthog
If you really want to understand this, read John R. Huizenga's book, COLD FUSION - The Scientific Fiasco of the Century.
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I'm half way through this book, and I just can not take it anymore: Although this book is excellently researched and chronicles the events wonderfully there is a bad feeling about... Read morePublished on April 19, 2009 by Christian R. Unger
Beaudette has revisited the cold fusion controversy and teased the actual findings of Fleischmann and Pons He has also evaluated the intellectual atmosphere of the first months... Read morePublished on June 16, 2006 by Doug V. Hulstedt
I am a teacher. Several months ago I received an e-mail message from a high school student. The girl wrote; ". . . In my chemistry class, I am doing a project on Cold Fusion.. . . Read morePublished on July 20, 2003 by Ludwik Kowalski