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From: NEN, Vol. 6, No. 6, November 1998, pp. 10-11.
New Energy News (NEN) copyright 1998 by Fusion Information Center, Inc.
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The Space Energy Journal, vol IX, issue III, has the following Table of Contents:

Editorial by Jim Kettner
Letter from Hal Fox
Update: The Case Catalytic Fusion Cell
The Swiss ML Converter Revisited and Updated
by Don Kelly
Ion Electromagnetic Engine Patent
by Jimmy Sabori
New Book Release - Hendershot.

Cold fusion produced by the Case Catalytic Fusion Cell is expected to be developed into a 10 watt demonstration unit and then into a larger power cell.

Don Kelly cites the Swiss ML Converter as being one of the best new-energy developments and speculates that with new information there should be some successes in replication.

The Ion Electromagnetic Engine patent is somewhat similar to the Papp engine. Both use the expansion of noble gases to actuate engine pistons. The patent claims use such expressions as "ignition of the inert gas catalyst mixture;" "applying a high frequency voltage;" "pulsating magnetic field;" and "electrodes having relatively sharp points." To one skilled in the art of making high-density charge clusters, these statements suggest that the essential working feature of the Sabori engine is the creation of high-density charge clusters and the effect of these charge clusters on inert gas mixture. The introduction of a high-density charge cluster into inert gases would tend to rapidly expand the gas or gases. By using inert gases, one would not expect any chemical reactions. As long as there is sufficient cooling, the gases should also contract rapidly. The source of the power is not just the input electrical power to make the charge clusters but whatever source it is that is tapped by the charge clusters. [See Kenneth Shoulders' patent 5,018,180 for another method of obtaining energy from high-density charge clusters.]

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