Deceased May 15, 2004



updated 1-29-05

update 9-9-12

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Re: Dr. Eugene Mallove is dead  
by vlad on Saturday, May 15. 2004

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Gene Mallove, who was killed on May 14, 2004, possibly in relation to a property dispute. A homicide investigation is underway.

Gene is survived by his wife Joanne, his son, Ethan, and his daughter, Kim. Funeral arrangements are unknown at this time and will be listed here as soon as they are available.

We believe that Gene Mallove will one day be recognized as one of the greatest science journalists of his time. He was an authoritative historian and innovative investigator within the new energy field. Through his 1991 book, "Fire from Ice: Searching for the Truth behind the Cold Fusion Furor," Gene was the first to courageously and boldly express the reality of cold fusion, long before any other science journalist dared to ask questions that challenged the prevailing view. In 1996, he reached an even broader audience with his highly educational video, "Cold Fusion: Fire From Water."

For 15 years, he worked tirelessly and relentlessly, at great personal sacrifice, to foster and oversee the development of cold fusion and other new energy experimentation at his New Energy Research Laboratory. He published Infinite Energy: The Magazine of New Energy Technology, which provided a "torch" of information that drew and enlightened many to the existence and legitimacy of cold fusion and other emerging new energy technologies. Most recently, he established the New Energy Foundation, a non-profit corporation, which provides grants to researchers and developers in the field of new energy.

Gene will be remembered for the immense support and encouragement he provided to cold fusion researchers around the world, whose progress and achievements he recognized, chronicled and publicized through a wide variety of media. His tremendous efforts have shown increasing success over the past few years and continue to bear fruit, as is evidenced by the growing media attention in support of cold fusion. Gene's generosity toward the scientific community, his commitment to the integrity of Science, and his dedication to creating a better world, will be forever appreciated and celebrated.

For more information, contact Christy Frazier, Office Manager at Infinite Energy (Phone 603-485-4700), or Steven Krivit of New Energy Times (310) 721-5919.

Steven B. Krivit
Nadine Winocur, Psy.D.
New Energy Times
Los Angeles, California, USA
Phone: (310) 470-8189

05.16.2004 10:13 A.M.

Police investigate Norwich slaying of N.H. man

The Associated Press

NORWICH, Conn. (AP) - Police were investigating the killing of a 56-year-old science writer from New Hampshire.

Eugene F. Mallove, of Pembroke, N.H., died of multiple injuries to his head and neck, the Norwich Bulletin reported Sunday. The office of the chief state's medical examiner ruled the death a homicide.

Police confirmed Mallove's identity Sunday.

Mallove was discovered at a house owned by his family late Friday night after police received a report of an injured person. He had been assaulted, police said.

An initial investigation indicated a robbery and a physical confrontation, police said. Several unidentified items were taken and Mallove's vehicle was missing.

Mallove's 1993 green Dodge Caravan was found several hours later in an employee parking lot at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket.

Mallove and his wife, Joanne, moved to Pembroke, N.H., from Norwich in 1987. He was president of the nonprofit New Energy Foundation and editor-in-chief of the organization's magazine Infinite Energy

 Local News  -   Sunday, May 16, 2004

NFA grad killed
Science writer Mallove slain at family home in Norwich

Norwich Bulletin

Officer Damian Martin, center, and Officer Anthony Gomes, left, ask drivers Saturday night if they were witness to any activity Friday night in front of 119 Salem Turnpike in Norwich.

Dr. Eugene F. Mallove was found dead Friday night at his family home at 119 Salem Turnpike, Norwich.

NORWICH -- A 56-year-old former Norwich man was killed during a suspected robbery and brutal assault at his family home on Salem Turnpike Friday.

Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, a Norwich Free Academy graduate, published author and father of two, died of multiple injuries to his head and neck, according to an autopsy performed Saturday at the Office of the Chief State Medical Examiner in Farmington. The death was ruled a homicide.

Police would not confirm Mallove's identity Saturday pending positive identification by family members.

Mallove was discovered at the small 119 Salem Turnpike house at 10:55 p.m. Friday after police received a report of an injured person.

At the house, situated at the entrance to Interstate 395 in a primarily commercial area, police found Mallove unresponsive, the victim of an assault. He was later pronounced dead by medical personnel called to the scene.

Police said initial investigation indicated a robbery, during which a physical confrontation took place. Several unidentified items were taken from the scene and Mallove's vehicle was missing, according to a written statement released by Norwich police.

Several hours later, Mallove's 1993 green Dodge Caravan was found in the Foxwoods employee parking lot on Route 2 in Preston. The vehicle is easily identifiable by several large bumper stickers, including an American flag and his company Web site, www.infinite-energy.com, in the rear window. The New Hampshire license plate bears the registration INFNRG.

Police are now seeking information from anyone who saw the vehicle between 7 p.m. Friday and 2 a.m. Saturday.

Police declined to provide further details of the killing Saturday.

Cars sped past the quiet Salem Turnpike home Saturday, where a large Dumpster was situated alongside the home in the driveway. Several cars, which looked as though they hadn't been moved in some time, are near the two-bay detached garage.

The home, owned by Mallove's parents since 1958, is now under Eugene Mallove's care, according to city records.

Mallove, with his wife, Joanne, had moved to Pembroke, N.H., from Norwich in 1987.

In New Hampshire, Mallove was the president of the nonprofit New Energy Foundation and since 1995 the editor-in-chief of the organization's magazine Infinite Energy.

The bimonthly magazine covers topics of new technological innovations in energy and science and follows developments in the field, according to its Web site.

Infinite Energy managing editor Christy Frazier worked with Mallove for the past six years and had become very close.

She called Mallove the "most caring and giving person I probably have ever known -- a very successful, brilliant man.

"It's been a wonderful, wonderful experience. It's hard not to love the things he loves because he's so passionate," she said. "He touched the lives of everybody he came in contact with."

Mallove's parents, Mitchel and Gladys Mallove, had followed their son's move to New Hampshire in 1988. His father, the son of Russian immigrants, died in March 2003 after a long illness, according to a published obituary. He is buried at the Hebrew Benevolent Cemetery in Norwich.

Eugene Mallove had become a grandfather just this year and was caring for his mother, who has Alzheimer's disease, Frazier said. She said Mallove was a Norwich Free Academy graduate.

He held a master of science degree and bachelor of science degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and received a science doctorate in environmental health sciences from Harvard University in 1975.

He also taught science journalism at MIT and Boston University and previously was chief science writer at the MIT news office.

He is the author of numerous technical articles and of several books, including the Pulitzer-nominated book on cold fusion titled, "Fire and Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor."

Anyone with information can call Norwich police at 886-5561, or the anonymous tip line at 886-5561, Ext. 500.


Originally published Sunday, May 16, 2004

A sad day for the new energy revolution...
Boy, are we going to miss him!


Leslie R. Pastor
lrpastor@ optonline.net

Sun May 16, 2004
Eugene Mallove Killed in Property Dispute

Gene Mallove has passed on into eternity, and to his eternal credit will be remembered for courageously resigning from MIT, when he discovered that the cold fusion test experiment was deliberately sabotaged. Mallove singlehandedly became the standard-bearer for cold fusion advocates, maintaining the efficacy and reality of cold fusion among over-unity experimentors.


He will be remembered at MIT long after his detractors have died and been buried.  His memory will equal his legacy.

Leslie R. Pastor
 PureEnergySystems.com  May 15, 2004

Dr. Eugene Mallove, Torch Bearer for Cold Fusion, Slain

Editor of Infinite Energy magazine brutally killed May 14.  Left MIT faculty position in 1989 in protest over what he considered to be rigged data intended to debunk Cold Fusion.

By Marc J. Plotkin Marc Whitford
Pure Energy Systems News
May 15, 2004 


Dr. Eugene Mallove, the tireless spokesperson for integrity and honesty in cold fusion research, whose persistent efforts finally persuaded the U.S. Department of Energy to give the phenomenon a second look after 15 years of denial and stonewalling, was killed in Norwich, CT on 14 May 2004. Few facts are known, but preliminary information suggests that it may have been a robbery or possibly a landlord-tenant dispute. Local police are still investigating. There is no word on the identity or motives of the assailant(s) and there is no evidence currently of a political connection to his murder.

Dr. Mallove’s contributions to Cold Fusion and new energy research cannot be overstated. His passion for integrity and relentless search for the truth emerged fully in 1989 when he resigned in protest from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. over their manipulation of test data to make a Pons-Fleischmann replication study appear to show a negative result.

More than anyone, Dr. Mallove was the public face of Cold Fusion proclaiming in many public appearances the existence of overwhelming peer-reviewed scientifically-based evidence for Cold Fusion. Gene, as he was known to his friends and colleagues, was courageous when he stood face-to-face against numerous vocal detractors and skeptics from the mainstream scientific establishment for over a decade. He tirelessly knocked down every hollow argument put forward by skeptics with hard data, logic, and solid research results.

The author of several books, in 1991, he published “Fire and Ice”, which helped rescue the field of cold fusion from oblivion when it was publicly banished in the public relations scandals after Pons-Fleischman's announcement of Cold Fusion in June 1989.

His greatest accomplishment and legacy will be the 52 bi-monthly magazine issues of Infinite Energy that he founded and edited. Infinite Energy magazine is a compendium of scientific research into all branches of unconventional energy research from contributors around the world. Many of the authors simply couldn't get published elsewhere, but had the courage and foresight to get most papers peer-reviewed before they were published. His magazine has thousands of loyal subscribers from over 40 countries including Russia and China. See www.infinite-energy.com.

Gene traveled to dozens of international conferences, most of the time at great personal sacrifice simply to network with energy researchers and benefactors from around the world. He knew nearly everyone in the unconventional energy community worldwide. Gene has been a champion of cold fusion for many years highlighted by his organizing last summer's successful International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF-10) held in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 24- 29 August 2003. Gene's presence has been the rare voice of scientific reason in a field filled with many phony claims and charlatans. See the web page with the experiments at http://www.lenr-canr.org/Experiments.htm.

Equally significant but perhaps not as well known is the New Energy Foundation, which he founded with the help of a generous wealthy anonymous benefactor. The New Energy Foundation has become a science-based clearinghouse, generating much needed funds for promising energy research leading to commercialization.

His latest triumph was to reverse over a decade of ignorance at the Department of Energy by presenting compelling evidence of anomalous reactions of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR). DOE's decision to review the files on LENR aka Cold Fusion could possibly open a new area of scientific inquiry that has been closed since 1989. This was a triumph not just for Gene personally, but for every scientist who spoke as lone voices in large auditoriums. Gene's voice gave courage to those brave individuals who toiled in their laboratories, struggling to survive with virtually no funding.  Despite their challenges, many developed innovative ways produce low energy nuclear reactions. Researchers often put their careers in jeopardy, and some only approached this field when a retirement pension was assured.

Gene tirelessly climbed every mountain with courage and grace articulating truth in a field meriting serious scientific investigation of anomalous energy phenomena despite constant criticism from ignorant skeptics who refused to examine even the best peer-reviewed data. One of the best examples of his battles was when he eviscerated Professor Bob Park's book "Voodoo Science."

"Gene's vision was of a world with abundant energy produced without fossil fuel or nuclear waste. It is now up to us to fearlessly make that vision a reality," is the sentiment of his colleagues who remain.



Saturday, September 08, 2012

What did Dr Mallove Know and When did He Know it?

Just finished reading: "Fire from Ice" Searching for the Truth behind the Cold Fusion Furor, by Dr. Mallove (1947-2004).


In it, Dr. Mallove gives a highly credible report on the research efforts of Dr. B. Stanley Pons and Dr. Martin Fleischman who awakened the world on March 23, 1989 with their announcement of over unity production of heat energy that has become known to the world as Cold Fusion.

Using an electrochemical process involving Palladium and Platinum elements, and a mixture of heavy water (Deuterium) Pons and Fleischman were able to sustain continuous output of heat energy significantly beyond the amount of energy put into the cell.

They reported as much as 100 times excess heat production beyond the input electrical source.

Their 'Cold Fusion' cell was able to demonstrate a continuous 50 times over input energy output.

Dr. Mallove reported that in one experiment Pons and Fleischman ran their cell for 2,000 hours, about 83 days, with excess energy pouring forth.

Much of Dr. Mallove's book reveals how different people in the scientific community viewed the curious reports coming from Utah in those early days of the Cold Fusion episode and the controversy surrounding their claims of excess heat production from their Cold Fusion cell.

"Its is no longer possible to lightly dismiss the reality of Cold Fusion.
Julian Schwinger, Nobel laureate in physics, 1965."
Salt Lake City, March 30, 1990.*

There developed a vast literature between those who believed that Pons and Fleischman actually were producing Cold Fusion and those who considered it all too unlikely.

The fact remained, the excess heat discovered in this exotic and not understood process was a fact that could not be explained away easily.

Many other laboratories around the world replicated the efforts of Pons and Fleischman, with a variety of results.

Some to little effect, others with consistent output of excess heat. How could this be explained?

About a decade earlier, Dr. Mallove had investigated the claims of excess heat production in devices called 'Shearing force oil heaters.'

One patent for a shearing force oil heater issued in 1928 claimed 7 times output over input energy in the form of excess heat.

In his early 1980s look, Dr. Mallove found excess heat coming after testing shearing force oil heaters.

He was challenged by the establishments' claim that the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics would not allow for excess heat to appear.

Basically they say that more energy cannot come out of a machine than can go in. So how do we explain the excess heat?

In the Cold Fusion example, more heat out than went in. IN his book Dr. Mallove mentions one scientist who suggested that somehow there was a 'mass absorption' happening in the cell and that that may be why there was the excess heat appearing.

This thing called 'mass absorption' was first discovered in 1898 by J.J. Thompson, when he accelerated electrons and found that they absorbed mass due to the effects of acceleration.

In 1906 French physicist Gustave LeBon suggested that this discovery by Thompson of mass absorption may be useful in tapping into the power of the universe, though no elaboration was given for why he felt that. Could it have been Some intuitive sense that had given him this clue?

A patent was issued in 1993 claiming 30% excess heat output from a device called a shock wave pump.

Some would describe this as a cavitation pump. It accelerates water and produces a shock wave in the water.

IN 2003 a Russian group examined a Moldavian cavitation pump that was reported to be producing excess heat. It was tested and found to be 4 times over the input energy.

Now what do all of these machines from the Cold Fusion cell to the shearing force oil heater to the cavitation and shock waves pumps have in common other than they are producing accelerations of what is in them?

Platinum and Palladium are catalysts. Catalysts produce acceleration in reactions.

So can we agree that the one thing all these machines that are showing excess heat production are producing accelerations in one way or the other?

From The Platinum and Palladium catalytic acceleration reaction to the high velocity shearing forces and the accelerations in the shock wave and cavitation pumps; Are they not all producing acceleration?

Are not all of these machines then also absorbing mass?

In that same year that LeBon suggested mass absorption to tap into the power of the universe, 1906, Frederick Trouton suggested that if there was anything to this theory of relativity, that it may have something to do with tapping into the power of the universe.

The theory of relativity was first suggested in 1889 BY George Fitzgerald who proposed that time contracts upon acceleration, as his explanation for why the 1887 Michelson-Morley experiment found a null result.

Aether was hypothesized to exist by Aristotle and before him by Plato in the 4th century BC. The aether was proposed as occupying the space between the stars in the heavens.

Michelson-Morley found a null result in 1887, no aether did they detect. Why?

Fitzgerald hypothesized time contraction in 1889 due to the velocity of our travel through the Cosmos. The accelerated motion of our planet produced a time contraction that matched the aether rate, so no aether could be detected.

For our purposes, that's close enough. What has been proven to be true is that time compresses upon being accelerated into speed of light ranges.

Acceleration produces mass absorption as has been known since 1898 when J.J. Thompson demonstrated it.

Mass absorption produces a higher density of field, a compression of the field which shows a corresponding slowing of the rate of time flow.

Something Dr. Mallove mentioned, in his book concerning the Cold Fusion cell, there was detected in the cell .8 volts while the cell was at rest.

If you put a nail in a tree and a metal rod in the ground, and test for voltage, you may find that amount (.8v) of potential there. Could the .8v while the cell was not in operation indicate a static field reaction?

Stanley Meyers (1940-1998) Was using an electro chemical process to operate his dune buggy using water in the early 1990s.

Henry Rowland (1848 – 1901) was a U.S. physicist.

From Memory, Henry said that "All matter is electrical in nature."

Would like to add this: "All matter is electrical and magnetic in nature."

It is this dual nature of matter (electrical and magnetic) that allows for tapping into the power of the Cosmos by manipulating time as the differential in free energy machines.

Is there anyone who has seriously looked at the free energy over unity field that is not totally convinced that free energy is a reality now as it was then when Dr. Mallove was writing about the Cold Fusion controversy?

Free Energy Here and Now and Then: Velocity Power Sources.

Read it for Free:


So can we only wonder what did Dr. Mallove know and when did he know it?

Thank you for your interest.

*pg 210



See also


Publisher and Editor-in-Chief
Eugene F. Mallove, Sc.D.

Vol. 1, No.2 1995 - Editorial
Breaking Through!

Cold Fusion Goes Commercial...

We knew all along it would happen...."cold fusion" would begin to be commercialized long before science fully came to grips with what the mysterious and extremely potent excess heat-generating process really is.

Remarkably, cold fusion is being commercialized even in the face of continued widespread, but obviously misguided skepticism that the phenomenon even exists! As former Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Dr. Edmund Storms, now with Salt Lake City-based ENECO, has suggested, "We can thank the skeptics for allowing some of us the chance to become very rich." Clearly, if the U.S. Department of Energy evaluation of cold fusion in 1989 had been even 10% objective, and if threatened institutions had been open to the new discovery, in 1995 there would be precious little room in the field for small companies and entrepreneurs.

As it stands now, "cold fusion" and allied "new energy" technologies, in which energy appears to materialize perhaps literally from the vacuum quantum fluctuations of space or from subtle mass conversion to energy - are possibly the greatest commercial opportunities of this century. It is the quintessential entrepreneurial field, in which those "in the know" have an opportunity to reap vast rewards in a tidal wave of business activity. The entire energy infrastructure of advanced industrial civilization is at the brink of radical reconstruction as early-stage and prototype cold fusion systems emerge with great vigor.

Our "Infinite Energy" (IE) cover highlights the work of Dr. James Patterson and his robust cold fusion cell, which has the honor of having been granted the first U.S. Patent for a cold fusion apparatus. It was a smash hit at the Fifth International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF5) at Monte Carlo, Monaco last April. Participants were invited to test it themselves-and they did. The cell bubbled with excess energy throughout the conference.

Clean Energy Technologies, Inc. (CETI) of Dallas, Texas intends to scale up this highly reproducible electrochemical cold fusion system, which has already proved that output/input power ratios of 10:1 (i.e. 1,000%) are achievable. The CEO of CETI, Jim Redding (incidentally, the grandson of Dr. Patterson), has told "IE" that his company is working with other individuals and companies to produce high power units in the kilowatt range as soon as possible. It seems to us at "IE" that kilowatt-level heat production with this process is a distinct possibility within the next six-months or so.

There may even be a light-weight cold fusion-powered cars that have traversed in U.S. and Australia in "Tour de Sol" races in recent years. Well, at least one cold fusion pioneer has his eyes on driving such a light-weight vehicle - with solar panels replaced by a one-horsepower cold fusion engine-clear across the U.S. may he will park it near the U.S. Patent Office, which is still blocking hundreds of U.S. patent applications for cold fusion. (Patterson's was granted by what amounts to a bureaucratic slip-up by the obstructing authorities!)

It is most remarkable that the Patterson Power Cell works with ordinary water, not the heavy water of the original Pons and Fleischmann cell. The potential of this ordinary water technology has been a very hot prospect ever since Dr. Randall Mills in Pennsylvania announced his nickel-based ordinary water "hydrocatalysis" process back in 1991. Technological setbacks may have temporarily stalled the work at Hydrocatalysis Power Corporation and at nearby Thermacore in Pennsylvania, but it is very much alive in Texas and at other labs and corporations known to be working with CETI.

At ICCF5, electrical engineer Bruce Klein with Bechtel Corp. gave the attendees his perspective of how large corporations could begin to become involved in the field. For their own sake, one hopes that some of them will heed Klein's advice, which we reprint here in full. Dr. Robert Horst of Tandem Computers also puts forward his personal ideas about market strategies for cold fusion companies.

Now for an incredible commercial bombshell- a water-fuel device that did not originate from the mainline cold fusion field at all, but which is very definitely penetrating the marketplace already in eastern Europe. We have learned that in a former region of the Soviet Union, now the country of Moldova (known also as Moldavia), the VIZOR Corporation in Kishinev has already sold thousands of heating units to homes and industries! These work on the cavitation principle in ordinary water, very reminiscent of the Hydrosonic Pump of Hydrodynamics, Inc. of Rome, Georgia in the US, only they are apparently much more effective in generating excess thermal energy.

Dr. James Patterson (l) and Dr. Dennis Cravens
with the Patterson Power Cell Demonstration
at ICCF5 (photo: EFM) The Hydrosonic Pump of James Griggs may produce 10% to 50% excess power as steam or hot water-in the kilowatt range, from a metal cylinder rotating in ordinary water in a confined chamber. This is remarkable enough, and has already been confirmed to have reduced the electric heating bills in some US installations. But Dr. Yuri S. Potapov's devices input several kilowatts of electricity into a centrifugal water pump that feeds the device and gets out reportedly 400% to 1,000% excess power in hot water! Laboratory reports from other CIS states appear to confirm these claims. But what is most important is that hundreds upon hundreds of satisfied customers have ratified the technology in the marketplace! Who would buy a device that potentially could increase their electric hot water heating bill by 100% if the conventional centrifugal pump were say only 50% efficient (a common efficiency for such pumps)? The answer is simple: nobody! Russian and Moldovans are not fools. They know when their water and space heating bills have been cut in half or less-as VIZOR's customers regularly report. That would mean these devices have to be in the range of at least 400% "over-unity." Of course, this is such a provocative preliminary conclusion, it simply has to be tested in laboratories in the US and elsewhere before it can be fully accepted. That is precisely what will soon happen. Please stay tuned!

IE contributing editor Chris Tinsley of the UK and IE scientific advisor, chemical engineer Dr. Peter Gluck of Romania, traveled to Kishinev to see what was going on at VIZOR; they file their report in this issue ("Infinite Energy2, Vol. 1, No. 2 1995). What they found was most astonishing: an obviously robust commercial enterprise, producing a variety of heating units that can heat entire large buildings. The essence of these units is a fluid vortex chamber that apparently produces intense cavitation between fluid layers. If the Griggs Hydrosonic Pump and the E-Quest Sciences ultrasonic reactor are taken as confirmed evidence that remarkable energy-producing effects are at work in cavitation systems, then it is a small step to imagine that Potapov's machines work too. The quantum leap of VIZOR's machines is their spectacularly greater efficiency in their present embodiment.

People associated with the Russian space program have become convinced that the Potapov technology is real and revolutionary. Moreover, theoretical physicist Dr. Lev G. Sapogin of MADI Technical University in Moscow proposes a theory to explain the Potapov device, as well as more conventional "cold fusion" processes. Readers are invited to explore his challenging theory in this issue of IE. Preliminary testing revealed no neutron or gamma radiation emanating from tests of the Potapov devices. Certainly no mere chemical ash commensurate with the astonishing excess power could be found. What does that leave? Zero Point Energy? Subtle mass conversion to energy in heretofore unknown ways., or some subtle radiationless nuclear reaction still undetected? Whatever the case, profound shocks are certain to be coming to the world of physics-ordinary "conventional" cold fusion was enough to do that already. Electric energy production in self-sustaining devices may not be far behind-or may already have been achieved, as Dr. Potapov suggests. But these earthquakes from cavitation devices that may rock physical theory to is foundations are no less portentous than the shock to the world's energy economy that is about to occur. Welcome, indeed, to the Water Fuel/"Free Energy" age! Cold fusion, at long last, has gone commercial.

ICCF5 Participants in Main Meeting Room at Hotel Loews
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5-17-04 Mallove Update
During the first hour of Monday's Coasttocoastam.com show, Steven B. Krivit of New Energy Times discussed the recent death of Eugene Mallove, which has been reported to be a homicide that took place during a robbery.

He "wouldn't hesitate to say the truth," Krivit said of Mallove, in regard to his pioneering work with energy technology. Further, Mallove had told him that he and a partner had recently developed some important new improvements to some laboratory apparatus they working on.

(WTNH, May 17, 2004 5:30 PM) _ Still no arrests in the case of a New Hampshire man who was found murdered in Norwich.

Police found the author from New Hampshire beaten to death Friday night.

* Watch the story by News Channel 8's Tina Detelj

Josephine Mikutel has fond memories of the boy who lived across the street.

Mikutel says."My children all grew up with him and they all played."

Now though she watches the empty house where that boy who became a prominent scientist was murdered Friday night.

Mikutel says,"I'm kind of down in the dumps."

As is Francis Durga, a childhood friend of 56-year-old Dr. Eugene Mallove who lived in Pembroke, New Hampshire. Durga says Mallove came back to his boyhood home on Friday to clean it up after his tenants moved out.

Durga says,"We were together until approximately seven o'clock. When I drove out of there at eight his van was gone."

Lt. Tim Menard, Norwich police, says,"He was found outside of the house and he had a blunt force trauma to his face and neck."

Fran Durga who has always kept an eye on this house for Dr. Mallove says he never say anyone come by on Friday, although the doctor did tell him three people did stop by to ask about renting the house. That sign now sits on the top of the dumpster.

Which is where Durga believes conspiracy theories surrounding Mallove's work with the controversial theory cold fusion which says you can get energy without cost or pollution - belong.

Durga says,"I gotta tell you, I think that's hogwash."

Police believe the most likely motive is robbery and Mallove's mini van which was later found at Foxwoods casino may be the key to finding his killers.

Lt. Tim Menard, Norwich Police, says,"The biggest thing is anyone seen with his vehicle."

From: http://www.enterprisemission.com

Richard Hoagland says: 

My long-time friend, Dr. Eugene Mallove, is dead. The local police have ruled his death a homicide.

At this writing, his killer is (or “killers” are) unknown, and the precise reasons for his brutal killing are equally mysterious.

The timing of Gene’s death - May 14, 2004, just as his 15-year, literal one scientist crusade to force the world’s scientific and political communities to take seriously a revolutionary form of energy that can literally “change the world” was finally about to be vindicated this year, by a reversal of the original negative analysis 15 years ago by the same government agency, the U.S. Department of Energy - makes no sense, regardless of the exact reasons for his murder.

After my initial shock and grief had given way to anger, and then to needing to let those who did not know Gene Mallove as I did what a remarkable man had suddenly been taken from us, I realized that Gene himself had given me the perfect tool to show the world “who they have lost” … and maybe “why.”

Our last conversation took place literally less than 24 hours before Gene’s sudden death. In that phone call, he reminded me that he’s just e-mailed me an “open letter” for posting here at Enterprise, outlining the results of and reasons for his last 15 years in the field of “new energy research.” Those 15 years, I might add, came at considerable personal sacrifice and economic cost to Gene and his own family. But, it was because of that family - and all the other families, all around the world, who desperately need and deserve the technologies for which he ultimately gave his life -- that Gene bore that cost with considerable patience, if not élan.

Thus, it is Gene’s own words -- his unwavering vision of a world that can finally work for all of us, if these fundamental energy discoveries he fought so hard to realize are allowed to come to pass - that make a far more fitting eulogy than I could ever write.

This, then, is the Gene Mallove that I knew ... a colleague and friend whom I, along with all his other friends and colleagues who had the privilege to know him as I did, shall forever miss.

Stay tuned, my friend: your final epitaph is not yet written ....


Richard C. Hoagland
May 18, 2004



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Universal Appeal for Support
for New Energy Science and Technology

by Dr. Eugene F. Mallove
President, New Energy Foundation, Inc.
Editor-in-Chief, Infinite Energy Magazine


TO ALL PEOPLE OF THE WORLD who have open-minded curiosity, good will, good judgment, and imagination. To Scientists and Engineers, Philanthropists, Environmentalists, Energy Developers, High Technology Investors, Healthcare Professionals, Journalists, Artists, Writers, Business People, Entertainers, and Political Leaders. Whether you are Conservative, Liberal, Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, or Anarchist, and whether you may be Agnostic, Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, Atheist, or some other category of spirituality, this message is directed to all people of good will like you …

Dear Friend:

Here are some thoughts by wise thinkers—background for this urgent appeal for your consideration and support of research and development of radically new forms of energy. These are energy sources that have the potential to turn the present world order upside down and bring about a bright new day for civilization:

“The exception tests the rule.” Or, put another way. “The exception proves that the rule is wrong.” That is the principle of science. If there is an exception to any rule, and if it can be proved by observation, that rule is wrong.

Richard P. Feynman (1963), Nobel Laureate in Physics (1965)

The progress of physics is unsystematic…The result is that physics sometimes passes on to new territory before sufficiently consolidating territory already entered; it assumes sometimes too easily that results are secure and bases further advance on them, thereby laying itself open to further possible retreat. This is easy to understand in a subject in which development of the great fundamental concepts is often slow; a new generation appears before the concept has been really salted down, and assumes in the uncritical enthusiasm of youth that everything taught in school is gospel truth and forgets the doubts and tentative gropings of the great founders in its eagerness to make applications of the concepts and pass on to the next triumph…But each new young physicist…is in danger of forgetting all the past rumination and present uncertainty, and of starting with an uncritical acceptance of the concepts in the stage of development in which he finds them.

Percy W. Bridgman (1961), Nobel Laureate in Physics (1946)

American Nobel Laureate in Physics (1988) Leon M. Lederman is no proponent of research into radical forms of new energy; one might accurately call him a “pathological skeptic” based on at least one opinion he has voiced (see The God Particle, 1993, p.122). Nonetheless, he somehow senses that a physics revolution may be upon us. He said recently, “You can smell discovery in the air…The sense of imminent revolution is very strong.” (New York Times, November 11, 2003, p.D12). He is much more accurate than he can imagine, but not at all for reasons that he would readily accept! Perhaps he may be thinking of esoteric academic physics subjects such “string theory” or “cosmic dark energy,” but certainly not practical technologies based on radical new physics. Having the intellectual problems identified by physics Nobel Laureate P. W. Bridgman in the quotation above, Lederman has not been looking at a large body of research that will indeed revolutionize the foundations of physics and give us command of fantastic new forms of energy. Too bad for Lederman; and too bad for us all that he has not been paying attention. We could use the support of people like Lederman…if they would only come to their senses, that is, examine open-mindedly the validity of experimental data that challenges their cherished theories.

In an article in Science, November 1, 2002, eighteen experts reported that they examined all the conventionally understood alternatives to fossil fuels and found them all to have “severe deficiencies” in their ability to deal with environmental problems while also being adequate to growing planetary energy needs. Physics Professor Martin Hoffert, leader of that research group, told the press that the United States would have to undertake an urgent energy research crash program, like the Manhattan atomic bomb project or the Apollo lunar missions. According to the New York Times (November 4, 2003, D1), Hoffert stated that we would need “Maybe six or seven of them [massive projects] operating simultaneously…We should be prepared to invest several hundred billion dollars in the next 10 to 15 years.” Well, I have news for these experts: The solutions to our energy problems are very close at hand, and they do require initial research and funding, but not the billions of dollars that such Establishment “experts” are accustomed to from government largesse. Rather, all that is needed perhaps are only several tens of millions of dollars to create robust prototype electric power generators based on new energy physics discoveries that have already been made. That is what this Appeal for Support is all about: to raise consciousness and funding for these radical alternative new energy sources.

Question: Do you believe that it is possible that modern science has overlooked or ignored major scientific discoveries, which—if developed into technologies— would revolutionize almost every aspect of civilization? It has!

I will not catalogue the many horrors and troubles of this world that could be reduced or eliminated with an abundant, safe, and clean, radically new form of energy, if it were to be embodied in widely used technologies. You know these troubles already. But I do want to tell you about a significant path toward solving many of these problems, which we can all begin to take now, but about which you may have heard very little. You may have thought that no such path could exist. Let me assure you that it does and that thousands of researchers are already on it. They have traveled this unbeaten path to a new era for far too long without adequate support. I should know, I happen to be one of them. Yes, we have not reached our goals, but thanks to meticulous scientific research, huge sacrifices, and tireless work against great opposition, these objectives are now much closer to being realized. The basic scientific direction of the path forward has already been mapped out. We need your support to go further on the path and reach our common destination: A world of abundant, clean, and safe energy from sources that have no centralized geopolitical control.

Please attend to this appeal. I am most certainly not asking you to accept my claims at face value. But you must read, consider, study or review the compendious referenced material, investigate it, and then, I hope, you will be moved to take action. If you still have questions about these claims that need answering, I and my colleagues are available to answer them with facts, not hand-waving.

Who am I to ask anything of you on behalf of others, whether your attention for these brief moments, or for your financial and moral support? I am a scientist and an engineer with two engineering degrees from MIT (1969, 1970) and a doctorate from the Harvard University School of Public Health (1975). I have worked all my adult life as a dedicated scientist, despite my engineer’s stripes. I have always sought to learn how the cosmos really works, and I find this process to be an exciting, difficult, and unending adventure, despite those who so erroneously claim that we are approaching “The End of Science” or a “Final Theory of Everything.” Apart from my work in government-funded research at MIT and Harvard and later in corporate settings, I have also broadened my horizons by writing about science as an author and a journalist. Articles by me and about me have appeared in such venues as MIT Technology Review, The Washington Post Sunday “Outlook” section, the New York Times, Popular Science, Analog, TWA Ambassador in-flight magazine, Wired, and New Hampshire Magazine. I have appeared on many national radio programs, and for a time in the mid-1980s I was proud to have been a regular science and technology broadcaster for The Voice of America.

I am telling you something about me, not to elevate myself, but to convey to you something of my experience, sincerity, and integrity. I have written three acclaimed science books for the general public: The Quickening Universe: Cosmic Evolution and Human Destiny (1987, St. Martin’s Press), The Starflight Handbook: A Pioneer’s Guide to Interstellar Travel (1989, John Wiley & Sons, with co-author Dr. Gregory Matloff), and Fire from Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor (1991, John Wiley & Sons). The late Nobel Laureate in physics (1965) Julian Schwinger endorsed my book Fire from Ice with these words: “Eugene Mallove has produced a sorely needed, accessible overview of the cold fusion muddle. By sweeping away stubbornly held preconceptions, he bares the truth implicit in a provocative variety of experiments.” (He shared the 1965 Nobel Prize with Richard P. Feynman and Sin Itiro Tomanaga.) I am most proud of this latter book, because it began a jarring quest that led to finding out not only dramatic new truths about new accessible forms of energy in nature, but more important for me and you, the following most astonishing truth about modern “official” science: Official science is not really intent on truly expanding scientific knowledge, in particular when some very, very fundamental scientific dogmas and theories are put at risk.

Here is how one famous nuclear science professor at my alma mater MIT reacted to my request to him in 1991 to study the summary reports from two pioneering Ph.D. scientists, who had compiled seminal reviews about frontier experiments in low-energy nuclear reactions (a.k.a. “cold fusion”). One of the reviewing scientists was 34-year veteran researcher at our Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and the other was a leader of research at India’s Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC):

“I have had fifty years of experience in nuclear physics and I know what’s possible and what’s not!…I will not look at any more evidence! It’s all junk!” —MIT Prof. Herman Feshbach, May 1991, on the telephone to Dr. Mallove

I hope you recognize that the late Professor Feshbach’s most unfortunate and ill-considered reaction was fundamentally unscientific. It reminds me of the Church leaders at the time of Galileo, who refused to look through Galileo’s telescope at the Moon or at Jupiter, because they “knew” that nothing new could be seen! Yes, many modern scientists are filled with catastrophic hubris; they have become in many ways mere “technicians of science,” and guardians of what amounts to a pernicious “Holy Writ.” Don’t bother me with the experimental evidence, my theory can tell me what is possible and what is not!

If by chance you are one of those who believe that “all is well in the house of science” and that “official science” can be counted on to behave itself and always seek the truth—even in matters of central, overarching importance to the well-being of humankind—you are sorely mistaken, and I could prove that to you with compendious documentation. (If you want to read what happened at just one institution, MIT, when a paradigm shift threatened established hot fusion research programs and “vested intellectual interests” such as those Prof. Feshbach so vehemently defended, read my 55-page report about this monumental tragedy at www.infinite-energy.com.) But as a first step, you should reflect on the broader history of science, which is so fraught with revolutionary leaps and paradigm shifts. These have often been made against great opposition—with revolutionary data staring an older, unaccepting generation of scientists right in the face! Read this Appeal carefully and then reconsider your opinion about who is telling the truth and who is defending falsehood about revolutionary new prospects for science and civilization.

For almost nine years I have been the editor of Infinite Energy, the magazine of new energy science and technology. Though it is now small in circulation, Infinite Energy is received worldwide in some forty countries. And, Infinite Energy is distributed to newsstands across the United States and Canada. My friend and colleague, Sir Arthur C. Clarke, has supported with words and resources some of our efforts on behalf of new energy. The research that Infinite Energy covers suggests that there are at least three major categories of radically new sources of energy that civilization is on the verge of being able to tap and reduce to practical technologies. These are the completely new forms of energy for which this Appeal for Support is being issued. New Energy is the term that we apply to new sources of energy that are currently not recognized as feasible by the “scientific establishment,” but for which overwhelming and compelling evidence exists, we suggest, in at least these major categories:

Category 1. New hydrogen physics (a.k.a. “cold fusion,” more generally Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions or LENR, “hydrino” physics, and other water-based energy sources. Copious technical and other information about this research may be found on these two diverse websites: www.lenr-canr.org and www.blacklightpower.com as well as our own site, www.infinite-energy.com. The upshot of this energy-from-water field is that within ordinary water there is a heretofore unimaginably large energy reservoir that may be as great as 300 gallons of gasoline energy equivalent within each gallon of plain water! This energy would be non-polluting, would have no hazardous radiation, and would, in effect, have a zero fuel cost. Only one cubic kilometer of ocean water would provide energy equivalent to all the known oil reserves on Earth. In responding to a special plea by Sir Arthur C. Clarke, the White House requested from me a technically-based Memorandum on this topic in February 2000. This 8,500-word Memorandum, “The Strange Birth of the Water Fuel Age,” was submitted to the Clinton Administration and later to the Bush Administration. It is now posted on www.infinite-energy.com. It asks for a review of the substantial evidence—in particular the copious evidence developed over the past 14 years in U.S. Federal laboratories—for this category of anomalous new physics energy. Unfortunately, apart from polite “Thank You” notes, no discernable action has been taken by either administration. The 10th International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF10) was held near and at MIT in August 2003. Actual public demonstrations of excess energy production in electrolytic cells occurred at MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Wall Street Journal science journalist Sharon Begley attended ICCF10 and wrote a fine column in the September 5, 2003 issue of WSJ, “Cold Fusion Isn’t Dead, It’s Withering From Scientific Neglect.” Among other surprising technical developments at ICCF10 was the presentation by a well-funded Israeli corporation, Energetics Technologies, which appears to have made enormous strides in overcoming some of the problems with the low-energy nuclear reactions phenomenon. Isn’t it time that the experimental data from this significant field of scientific work is reviewed by an unbiased panel, unlike the rush-to-judgment hostile group in 1989, which inexcusably botched that investigation? Why aren’t the many politicians who have been informed about this taking action? Are they perhaps fearful of the all-to-common “sneer review” from the Scientific Establishment?

Category 2. Vacuum energy, Zero Point Energy or “ZPE” for short, aether energy, or space energy. These are descriptions of vast energy sources from the vacuum state. Information about this most radical and paradigm-shattering physics and technology research can be found on websites: www.aetherometry.com, www.energyscience.co.uk, and www.aethera.org. In the mid-1990s, Dr. Paulo and Alexandra Correa in the Toronto area obtained three US patents on an astonishing technological device, the so-called Pulsed Abnormal Glow Discharge (PAGDTM) reactor. In its several embodiments, it already produces kilowatt-level electrical, thermal, and mechanical output power. A Quicktime video of one such device, working in 2003, may be viewed at www.aetherometry.com/cat-abrimedia.html. Successful testing of the PAGD by outside parties, including Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) and Ontario Hydro, regrettably did not lead to commercial arrangements to further the development of this scientific wonder, which has been meticulously documented in the three United States-granted Correa patents. (Uri Soudak, former Chief Technology Officer of IAI, is still involved with the project here in the U.S.) The Correas and Dr. Harold Aspden, IBM’s former chief of patent operations in Europe (from 1963 to 1983), have provided convincing theoretical explanations, based on concrete experiments with a variety of fundamental phenomena, all of which illuminate how this unsuspected vacuum state energy can be extracted by the PAGD reactor. The advent (possibly in only 2-3 years) of self-sustaining electrical power-generating units in the multi-kilowatt power range appears to be only a matter of gathering a relatively small amount of engineering/scientific development funding, in the low several tens of million dollars range.

Category 3. Environmental energy, i.e. energy from sensible thermal energy (in particular, energy of molecular motion), through significant extensions to the Second Law of Thermodynamics. The Proceedings of an important scientific conference dealing with this subject gives great insight into this work: Quantum Limits to the Second Law: First International Conference on Quantum Limits to the Second Law (San Diego, CA, July 28-31, 2002), Professor Daniel P. Sheehan, Editor, American Institute of Physics, Conference Proceedings, #643, 2002. A strong consensus of a significant number of the scientist attendees, as reported by the author, is that it will be possible to make utilitarian machines that convert the thermal energy in the environment to useful work, without a lower temperature reservoir to dump waste heat. This would be in direct contravention of the supposedly sacrosanct Second Law of Thermodynamics. These devices would be nearly perfect “free energy” machines. Accurate simulations of such devices have been carried out and the results published in peer-reviewed journals. Some of the authors predict that such prototype devices could be reduced to small prototype units within five years.

The foregoing brief descriptions of the three categories of New Energy identified so far is only the tip of the iceberg of the verifiable and testable information that is available on these energy sources. It is amenable to critical and precise scientific review. Of course, if the Scientific Establishment trusts only in its textbook theories and if disbelieving people of good will who have the means to move this work forward choose “not to look through the telescope,” the consequences will be that these wondrous technologies will not be developed as rapidly as they could have been otherwise—or they may not be developed at all! This has been and will be a monumental tragedy for virtually every category of human experience, all of which would be transformed by these now apparently “unwanted” discoveries.

I could write much more in this memorandum about the corrupt machinations within the supposedly well-ordered and ethical house of science, actions that have kept the information that Infinite Energy publishes from where it should be: prominently considered in such publications as Science and Nature. Don’t worry, many, many peer-reviewed technical publications have indeed courageously published pioneering technical papers about new energy, but the prominent mainstream publications that set the boundaries of the public scientific discourse—journals such as Science and Nature—reject without review any and all papers that challenge the foundational paradigms of physics, chemistry, and biology. You may find that difficult to believe, as I would have a mere fifteen years ago when I wrote Fire from Ice, but it is a sad and demonstrable truth. Let us not dwell on that, however, but rather move forward together with an end-run around this grotesque, anti-scientific obstruction.

Infinite Energy Magazine has been published bi-monthly since March 1995 and I have been its Editor-in-Chief and Publisher since that time. It is a technical magazine with editorial outreach to the general public as well. Many of its articles are very accessible to laypeople and non-specialists. You may download for free some 117 pages of representative sample articles, which we have gathered together for you at www.infinite-energy.com. Other key articles are posted for free downloading on our website on a continuing basis. To maintain the highest editorial standards, Infinite Energy is written and edited by scientists, engineers, and expert journalists. It is aimed at pioneering scientists, engineers, business people, environmentalists, philanthropists, and investors who are concerned about an exciting R&D area that we believe will change the world dramatically.

New Energy Foundation, Inc. (NEF) is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) public charity corporation, based in New Hampshire; it has a five-member board of respected citizens. (Prior to July 2003, Infinite Energy had operated under a for-profit corporation.) NEF also has a research grant-awarding function, which was initiated in 2003. NEF dispenses to outside researchers and developers carefully targeted research and development funding grants from its reserves of charitable contributions. These funds are beginning to grow, but are nowhere near the level they need to be.

The current subscription price and newsstand price of Infinite Energy provides less than 30% of what it costs to carry on a publication of this quality at the frontiers of knowledge—and for which no significant advertising base yet exists. And this frontier knowledge is neglected (and not infrequently mocked) by most of the scientific and media establishments. Therefore, charitable contributions are needed to carry on this important information networking function. Here is the other basic motivation for NEF: It has been far too difficult (so far) to persuade venture capital to invest in new energy technology that is not quite ready yet for “prime time,” so the vicious Catch 22 (“We won't invest because it is not successful already.”) must be broken. We appeal to the humanitarian and charitable instincts of those in a position to invest charitably in and/or to spread the word about the most fundamental aspect of our future: The triumph of truth over falsehood on the frontiers of science—in which the new energy field, in our view, will be the first paradigm-shattering example.

What we have today in the fiery menace of hydrocarbon fuels and its associated geopolitical nightmare is very ugly indeed. There is almost no area of human activity that would not be dramatically affected by the advent of new energy technology—especially matters of war or peace and health and the environment. Therefore, if your review of the referenced material convinces you that this is a reality and not “pathological science,” as the unrepentant critics—who have not studied the scientific findings objectively or at all—would have you believe, we hope that you will view your tax-deductible support of the New Energy Foundation as a significant investment in your future, for your loved ones and for civilization at large. Just try to imagine our world twenty or fifty years hence without the advent of a dramatic source of new energy such as low-energy nuclear reactions, aether energy (or Zero Point Energy/space energy/vacuum energy, if you prefer), or some other very powerful new physics energy source. It is not a pleasant picture.

What about solar power, wind power, or hydrogen fuel cells, you ask? Those are fine, and Infinite Energy devotes some smaller space to writing about these. But a future of abundant, clean energy has almost no chance of emerging from the well-intentioned, beneficial, but extremely limited world of wind-power, photovoltaics, hydropower, and other conventional renewables. And the so-called controlled hot fusion tokamak reactor program, which is lavishly funded with billions of dollars by governments to the exclusion of workable new energy science and technology, will never bring about an era of clean abundant energy from the heavy hydrogen in water. Conventional hydrogen fuel cells, which are widely discussed by the news media today, rely on the conventionally understood energy from hydrogen when it combines with oxygen to form water. This is thousands to millions of times less powerful per gram of hydrogen than already demonstrated new energy sources! Furthermore, the hydrogen for conventional fuel cells must come from some other energy source that must be used to break down abundant water to get hydrogen fuel (if we reject the other hydrogen source: hydrocarbon fuel). But in all conventional hydrogen fuel processes using water as the starting material, this requires more energy than one gets back when the hydrogen is consumed. So ordinary “hydrogen power” is a misnomer at best—it is no solution at all to the world’s real energy needs. Hydrogen, conventionally employed, is an energy storage medium period. New Energy Foundation supports radically new forms of energy, not the relatively weak examples of alternative energy within conventional renewables. We acknowledge, of course, that there are now no robust new energy devices on the market—not yet. But when adequate, well-targeted research funding is applied, a revolution in energy technology will occur that will dwarf the personal computer revolution in intensity. It will have much in common with that revolution too, since power sources will be highly distributed. The very troublesome and erratic power grid is doomed to obsolescence.

At this time, New Energy Foundation is in need of financial support from a broader community than heretofore. NEF disseminates information about potentially world-changing technologies—about the science, technology, patents, investment, and politics thereof; we measure and investigate new claims about new energy devices to determine whether they are sound. This latter can be tough, because there is no question that there is much bogus “free energy noise” that obscures the good research. Most important, we are now processing grant applications by scientists and inventors from around the world, so that the most promising work—now highly under-funded, due to the very heretical nature of this work—gets the financial support that it so much deserves. We are very demanding about these grants; we insist that the research must be headed in the direction of developing publishable scientific results and/or actual commercially useful technologies that operate on new scientific energy principles

Please help us today, either with your financial contribution—of any size—or by passing along this letter and our message to those who may be better able to help NEF. Whatever you or they can afford, no matter how small an amount, will be deeply appreciated—and will be acknowledged in the pages of Infinite Energy (unless you or others tell us that anonymity is requested). Some day we will live in a world in which the discoveries of New Energy science will be taken for granted. No one will be able to deny the devices, processes, and science, whose validation we are struggling so hard to achieve. In some sense, we will then have succeeded in our mission and thus will have “put ourselves out of business.” Those scientific publications and general media, which should have been dealing fairly with this topic all along, will then be forced to write about it and recant past inexcusable excessive skepticism. Billions of dollars in R&D money will then flow from corporations and individuals, as should have been happening already based on what scientists have already discovered! The huge funding for infrastructure conversion to New Energy will flow naturally from private sources, as it has in the rise of the personal computer and Internet industry. Nothing would make me happier than to have that day come. But until then, we very much need increased financial support.

We would like to reach soon our target of at least $500,000 per year in approved research funding for New Energy. That may not seem like a lot of money to do significant research, but let me assure you that even this amount—wisely distributed to the best researchers—could soon begin to have a dramatic catalytic effect. New energy researchers are accustomed to low budgets and are fantastically creative, unlike the wasteful government energy research programs that have demonstrably failed already. It will not be easy to obtain even this level of modest research funding—and, of course, several millions of dollars per year would accomplish much more, but the sooner well-targeted funding reaches under-funded researchers, the more likely we are to accelerate the inevitable New Energy Revolution. Yes, we understand that there is room in parallel for corporate start-ups, and we definitely encourage that to take place. But some of the charitable grant money can help the struggling inventors and scientists to do sufficient research, so that their work can be of greater interest to corporate start-up models.

I think you would agree with me that in these often very dark times the world would benefit immensely from a realistic hope—followed by on-market technology—that a new era of abundant, clean energy resources will be dawning. Please do your best to help us make that happen. Study the hard-won information that we have brought to your attention, if you do not yet accept what I have tried to convey to you. When you have become convinced, if you are not already, please act! You may donate charitably to the efforts of New Energy researchers at www.infinite-energy.com. Please also help us to bring this critical issue to others who may be able to help. Why not satisfy your curiosity and also help New Energy Foundation by subscribing to Infinite Energy. Thank you in advance for joining with us now or in the very near future.


Dr. Eugene F. Mallove
President, New Energy Foundation, Inc.
Editor-in-Chief, Infinite Energy Magazine


JON RAPPOPORT www.nomorefakenews.com

MAY 16, 2004.

I have just finished consulting several sources about this terrible tragedy. Among the sources was Steven Krivit of New Energy Times who, like Gene, is an investigative journalist in the area of cold fusion and other energies.

Here is what I have gleaned so far.

No one knows, at the moment, any specific details which would contradict the sketch offered by police about Gene's murder.

Several recent developments, however, in the cold fusion arena make it impossible to ignore a scenario in which Gene was killed for political reasons.

As of about January, the DOD expressed a renewed interest in cold fusion. This interest could be (COULD be) related to the fact that one of the byproducts of the process is tritium, an element utilized in bomb production. To forward the making of large amounts of tritium would, of course, require major money and an expanded effort.

Large quantities of excess heat (energy) have been produced in many cold fusion experiments. DOD obviously runs on energy.

There has been talk lately of trying to create a weapon by directly employing the cold fusion process.

As to the idea that transformations from one element to another have been witnessed in cold fusion experiments (the alchemist's dream), this is true. However, the amounts of these transformed elements are, so far, very small and are not predictable, and the thought that one might reliably be able to turn various forms of uranium into the deadly U-235 for nuclear-bomb making appears to be far out on the horizon.

If the DOD is, in fact, showing a renewed interest in cold fusion, this could constitute a threat to the oil monopoly.

Gene was the most coherent and powerful voice on the planet for getting out the truth about cold fusion.

I have an unconfirmed report that Gene and Richard Hoagland were, in the next few weeks, going to present to members of Congress further evidence on the credibility of cold fusion.

I have been told that Gene, in cooperation with another cold fusion researcher (whose name I'll keep out of this story) had just made a breakthrough in the technology.

I have a report that a major article is due out soon in a national technical magazine that will present a much more favorable view of cold fusion than we have been treated to in the last decade. Gene was interviewed and consulted extensively for this article. It's also possible that this article will resurrect an issue (kept alive by Gene since 1990): a charge that MIT, Gene's former boss, employed fraudulent means to discredit cold fusion, while accepting large sums from the government to research hot fusion, a technology that has brought home pathetically few results.

If the killing of Gene Mallove was politically motivated, it would function as a warning to those scientists and others in the cold fusion field that they should scale back, shut up, and eat oil like everybody else.

Despite science-establishment and media efforts to reject cold fusion as a doorway into titanic amounts of energy, produced cheaply, for the whole planet, the research continues around the world. Over a hundred labs have obtained positive results (excess heat energy produced).

Silencing such results has been a major op.

Eugene Mallove was the cardinal voice in breaking the wall of silence. He will be greatly missed. But his work will not have gone in vain.

JON RAPPOPORT www.nomorefakenews.com

JON RAPPOPORT www.nomorefakenews.com

MAY 16, 2004.

Last night at the top of his show, Art Bell announced that Gene Mallove was murdered. I've found only an Internet post on this so far; no news outlets have picked it up.

I've interviewed Gene a number of times, on radio and for print articles. He has been the editor and publisher of Infinite Energy magazine for some time.

Gene worked in the public communications office at MIT when the discovery of cold fusion energy was made in Utah.

Gene witnessed the complete discrediting of cold fusion and, in part because he was so digusted at MIT's role in this, he quit his job and went on to write the best book on cold fusion ever done: FIRE FROM ICE.

Gene, in his book and magazine, has detailed the progress of cold fusion and its confirmation as a true source of energy at labs all over the world.

He has been one of the good guys---a very, very astute and talented proponent of cold fusion and other new energies. Years ago, he gave up what was surely going to be a very lucrative career and took a harder road to expose the truth. In the future, people are going to realize what they owe to Gene.

I hope that somehow the story of his murder is not true.

The Internet post states that he was killed in a property dispute and the police are treating it as a homicide.


MAY 16, 2004.

I'm sad to find that AP has now reported the murder of Gene Mallove:

Norwich police investigate murder of N.H. man

May 16, 2004, 9:11 AM EDT
NORWICH, Conn. -- Norwich police are investigating the killing of a science writer from Pembroke, New Hampshire who championed cold fusion.

The body of Dr. Eugene Mallove was found late Friday at a house in Norwich owned by his family.

Mallove, 56, died of injuries to his head and neck. The medical examiner has ruled his death a homicide.

Police said initial evidence indicates Mallove may have been assaulted during a robbery. Several items and his minivan were missing. The minivan was found early yesterday at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket.

Mallove, the former chief science writer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wrote several books, including one on cold fusion that was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.

He was president of the Concord-based New Energy Foundation and editor of its magazine, "Infinite Energy."

end of article

I don't know, of course, who killed Gene or why. I do know he was the planet's major advocate of a form of energy that could revolutionize all our lives and the lives of future generations---to the dismay of some.

JON RAPPOPORT www.nomorefakenews.com

JON RAPPOPORT www.nomorefakenews.com

MAY 16, 2004.

In the wake of the murder of Eugene Mallove, the most powerful and articulate voice on the planet on behalf of cold fusion, I'm printing a brief introduction to a major, major report on cold fusion.

"THE 2004 COLD FUSION REPORT" by Steven Krivit and Nadine Winocur
Investigators with New Energy Times

Steven Krivit and Nadine Winocur have released the most up-to-date, comprehensive report on the fascinating 15-year sociopolitical history of cold fusion and its experimental progress. "The 2004 Cold Fusion Report," a 53-page compendium, is the outcome of a four-year investigation involving first-hand interviews with nearly every prominent cold fusion scientist around the world, as well as nearly all influential critics and opponents. The scientists report that cold fusion is real, with results that are robust, verifiable and reproducible. The end result is a highly compelling case for cold fusion as a legitimate science that offers real hope as a future alternative to fossil fuels.

On March 17, 2004, the U.S. Department of Energy confirmed that they are performing a new review of cold fusion. The decision was made subsequent to a meeting on Nov. 6, 2003, with several scientists who requested an evaluation of progress in the field. Dr. James F. Decker, deputy director of the Energy Department's science office, was quoted by The New York Times on March 25, 2004, as saying, "The scientists who came to me are from excellent institutions and have excellent credentials."

The Energy Department review is expected to decide whether government funding should be applied toward cold fusion research. "For advocates of cold fusion, the new review brings them to the cusp of vindication after years of dismissive ridicule," the New York Times said.

"The 2004 Cold Fusion Report" includes quotes from such scientists as Dr. Melvin Miles, former senior electrochemist of the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division at China Lake, Calif., who, commenting on an eight-year series of U.S. Navy cold fusion experiments, concluded, "In our opinion, these [findings] provide compelling evidence that the [cold fusion effects] are real. This research area has the potential to provide the human race with a nearly unlimited new source of energy. It is possible that [cold fusion] will prove to be one of the most important scientific discoveries of this century."

The Report also cites a senior member of the technical staff at the U.S. government's Sandia National Laboratories, James Corey, who expressed at the September 2003 Energetic Materials Intelligence Symposium that "an overdue revolution in science will arrive, [and] the reputations of cold fusion scientists and those who revile them may be reversed."

Although 3,000 scientific papers have been written about cold fusion, progress is underreported in the scientific and popular media because of a rift between cold fusion researchers and the scientific establishment, which has refused in its journals to publish articles relating to cold fusion.

In a September 2003 article, science columnist Sharon Begley of the Wall Street Journal noted of this phenomenon, "the only thing pathological about cold fusion is the way the scientific establishment has treated it."

"The 2004 Cold Fusion Report" also includes evidence of the veracity of cold fusion in several previously unreleased documents:

 A 1993 report to the Pentagon by former JASONS chairman Richard Garwin and by
chemistry professor Nathan Lewis of Caltech that supports the findings of "excess
heat," providing key evidence for the cold fusion effect. Four years earlier, Lewis
tried unsuccessfully to replicate the cold fusion effect and subsequently became one
of the most outspoken critics of cold fusion.

 A 1991 report by chemistry professor Alan Bard of the University of Texas,
a vocal critic of cold fusion who confirmed the presence of "excess heat"
in an independent laboratory experiment at SRI International.

 Two 1995 papers by scientists from Amoco Production Co. and Shell Research
reporting positive, unambiguous evidence from their own cold fusion experiments.

Part 1 of "The 2004 Cold Fusion Report" examines factors that led the scientific community to a premature rejection of the validity of cold fusion and explains why developments in cold fusion have gone virtually unreported. It reviews studies revealing that the early experiments conducted by prominent laboratories that were presumed to have debunked cold fusion were in fact seriously flawed.

Part 2 of the report discusses the current status of cold fusion research. It reviews advances over the past 15 years and identifies the major unanswered questions. The report concludes with a glimpse of possible future applications for cold fusion technology.

"The 2004 Cold Fusion Report" was reviewed for technical accuracy by two physicists with decades of experience in conventional fusion, one of whom has studied cold fusion, as well. The other, a skeptical plasma physicist who works for a major U.S. fusion research center, described the report as "correct, readable, even and unbiased, suitable for reaching physicists and educated people."

"The 2004 Cold Fusion Report" has garnered the following praise:

" Congratulations on the production of a very useful and readable report on Cold Fusion! This report fills an evident and urgent need to inform the scientific and lay public about this topic which has been so massively misrepresented in the literature. You have done sterling work on this."
- Dr. Martin Fleischmann [ 1989 co-discoverer of cold fusion, with Stanley Pons]

"This is very interesting for me, in part because of my continuing interest in neglected science, and in part because I used to work in electrochemistry and I knew Fleischmann & Pons. Several things in the report were new to me and look very promising indeed."
- Dr. Henry H. Bauer, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Scientific Exploration

"It would appear that the answer to the question 'Is Cold Fusion real?' is not the unambiguous 'no' that it is often assumed to be. In "The 2004 Cold Fusion Report", Krivit and Winocur detail the fascinating history of work in this field."
- Dr. Brian Josephson, 1973 Nobel Laureate in Physics

"This is a fine report. It is a work well done, the old-fashioned way, with hard work. I hope the world reads it -- it is well-written and powerful. I hope the world acts on it -- it is clear, concise and concrete."
- Dr. Michael Staker, materials scientist and research engineer for a major U.S. military research laboratory

"The report is very good - you are both to be commended. Lots of good analysis. It is hard to understand this field well enough to express its essence clearly and sensibly."
- Dr. Michael McKubre Director of the Energy Research Center at SRI International

"Krivit and Winocur have put the Cold Fusion field nicely into a nutshell. This report is a must for science reporters covering the field. Wish I had something like it when I started out."
- C.G. Beaudette, author of Excess Heat & Why Cold Fusion Research Prevailed.

"The New Energy Times report on cold fusion is a masterful work. Krivit and Winocur put the field into perspective, both historical and on the level of today's struggles to expand the worldview of energy science. They are to be commended for an excellent journalistic endeavor, for taking the time to interview a number of scientific authorities and for getting a balanced view."
-Jeane Manning, author of The Coming Energy Revolution and a forthcoming book on the New Energy Movement.

"'The 2004 Cold Fusion Report' has brought a wide variety of interesting and complex material together. It should be helpful for someone trying to understand what the arguing has been about."
- Dr. Michael Melich, senior research professor at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and former branch head of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

Steven Krivit
Nadine Winocur
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Mallove laid to rest Norwich-born scientist a victim of slaying; family, friends say farewell at N.H. funeral

Norwich Bulletin

CONCORD, N.H. -- To scientists worldwide, he was a visionary, exploring controversial subjects often abandoned by mainstream science.

But Eugene Mallove's passions extended beyond mere science.

He was a sentimental man who couldn't bear to sell his childhood home in Norwich. He had an oddball sense of humor and overused the phrase "mind-boggling." And, friends and family members recalled, this husband and father of two had a voracious appetite for anything in print.

Several hundred people gathered at the Temple Beth Jacob in Concord Tuesday to honor the 56-year-old Norwich native in those personal ways.

"I can't rationalize how such a philosophical man could fall victim to such a brutal, senseless crime," said his son, Ethan Mallove.

Mallove was beaten to death Friday night in what police suspect was a robbery at his childhood home at 119 Salem Turnpike. He had driven from his home in Pembroke, N.H., to clean out the vacant rental property.

Police are hoping to eliminate suspects this week with the results of forensic tests on fingerprints and DNA obtained from his stolen mini-van.

His daughter, Kimberlyn Woodard, is one of many family members trying to cope with the loss.

An emotional Woodard said Tuesday that it would be hard to come to terms with such a sudden loss.

"My Dad was the most passionate man I've ever known," she said.

She remembered how her father often framed notes sent by friends at significant moments. She recalled how he wore his cowboy hat wherever he went and how he spent an inordinate amount of time at the post office.

"I remember the excitement in the room when he spoke about his work," Woodard said. "He was a great man who had much more to do on this earth. I am so proud of the life he lived."

Cousin Lawrence Alexander of Massachusetts called Mallove one of the smartest people in the world and devoted to his family as much as his scientific work.

Although living in New Hampshire, he remained attached to Norwich.

The son of Mitchel and Gladys Mallove, he had attended the John B. Stanton School and graduated from the Norwich Free Academy in 1965. His mother, Gladys, had been a math teacher at NFA.

He had been compiling a genealogical history of his family and passed out questionnaires at a recent get-together, his cousin, Mary Alice Alexander, said.

"Whatever he got himself interested in, he threw himself into with a passion," she said.

It was Mallove's body of work and worldwide reputation that has generated hundreds of messages from people around the world, said friend and co-worker Christy Frazier, managing editor of the magazine Infinite Energy.

He earned a master's degree in astronautical and aeronautical engineering from Massachusetts of Technology and a doctorate in environmental health science at Harvard University.

His early work included contributions to the Washington Post, including articles on the Big Bang Theory and potential for colonizing neighboring planets. He authored the book, "The Quickening Universe: Cosmic Evolution & Human Destiny," and was co-author of "The Starflight Handbook: A Pioneer's Guide to Interstellar Travel."

Mallove went on to became the chief science writer at MIT.

But he left his position at MIT after he believed that scientists there had prematurely dismissed the theory of cold fusion, or the idea that energy could be produced at room temperature through the fusing of atoms.

Even as other scientists avoid the topic, which some said was mired in politics, Mallove continued to dedicate his work to the subject of cold fusion and promote more experimentation in the field.

He founded the nonprofit New Energy Foundation, constructed his own laboratory for experimentation and published the magazine Infinite Energy, publicizing the work of others seeking alternative energy sources.

He also wrote the Pulitzer-nominated book, "Fire From Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor."

Frazier said that in March the Department of Energy agreed to delve deeper into the cold fusion question, a vindication of sorts.

"I regard Gene as a mentor of mine," said friend Steven Krivit of Los Angeles, who attended the funeral Tuesday.

"One of his missions in life was to educate people to the scientific validity of this technology called cold fusion. He endeavored to see it get the attention it deserves."

Krivit, reporter for the New Energy Times, said scientists like himself hope to continue and expand on the work Mallove started.

Mallove's former lab manager Ken Rauen, now of California, said Mallove was quick to pursue the truth as he saw it.

"Because of his fiery personality, he also had some limitations in his ability to communicate with others," Rauen said. "He was definitely a pioneer and open to scientific exploration."

In addition to his son, daughter and grandson, Mallove is survived by his wife of 34 years, Joanne.

He was buried Tuesday in the Beth Jacob Cemetery in Concord, N.H.


Future of Cold Fusion After the Passing of Eugene Mallove

Injunction to carry on with more determination.

by Tim Ventura

Perhaps the next question, in light of recent events, is to ask "where exactly are we at?". No doubt that Eugene was making some very unique headway into Cold Fusion and LENR research, and his loss will be profound, but one thing that I would like to ask is that we also begin to look at where he was going and how we can continue his legacy to bring these technologies forward into the light.

Cold Fusion is one of many new technologies that I've either read up on or directly done research into. A number of these areas are almost "Phantoms", in that they always appear to be a year-away from commercial development, but the more that you work on them to less tangible they appear. Antigravity is certainly in this arena -- after 12 years of research, including 2 years of basically calling up everybody with any ideas on the phone, I can honestly say that I know less about this than I did starting out.

I could write a book about public perception of alternative science, but its faster to summarize the theme by stating "they care less than we thought they did". Either our efforts are a mere novelty, or instead the public feels impotent to help and simply figures that "sombody else is working on it". In either case, that's bad news for this type of research (funded out of pocket with virtually no support from mainstream science).

Mallove was a giant in this field, because he brought credibility to research that would otherwise be marginalized. We need to continue to provide credibility, and the primary way to achieve this is to first stop the infighting that this community is so notorious for, and then find ways to present a unified front for the public to put their interest into.

We've achieved a lot of the preliminary goals that have eluded researchers in this area in the past -- we've found lots of potential technologies, and attained publicity (or at least notoriety) in the public mind. The question now is where to go from here? Gene Mallove had an idea on this, and he will be missed by us all. However, maybe this is an opportunity to come together and become organized in our efforts, rather than letting fear and paranoia take hold.

The above was originally composed and published on May 16, 2004.


  • Tim Ventura @ tventura6@comcast.net

  • Saturday, May 29, 2004

    Police seeking help in Mallove killing

    Norwich Bulletin

    NORWICH- It could turn up as roadside garbage or at a local pawn shop.

    But items like a Styrofoam cooler and orange juice carton, gold wedding band and digital camera could be crucial clues in an ongoing city murder investigation.

    City police are putting a call out to area residents for assistance in the case of murder victim Eugene Mallove. Mallove was beaten to death at his childhood home at 19 Salem Turnpike on May 14 during a suspected robbery. Police believe it was a robbery because Mallove's van and other items were taken from the scene.

    Police released a list of those items Friday, some of which may have been discarded by the perpetrator on the weekend of May 15.

    Missing items include the following: Wallet with identification and numerous credit cards, pocket-size spiral notebook, cell phone with heavy duty case, gold wedding band, a Sony Cyber Shot digital camera No. DSC P9 / 4.0 Meg, case for the camera, a white Styrofoam cooler, pair of brown and black slip-on shoes, and a half-gallon orange juice carton.

    Mallove's stolen van was discovered hours after the murder in a Foxwoods employee parking lot. Some items from the crime scene and the van are currently undergoing forensic tests at the state laboratory in Meriden.

    "The forensic testing will connect or eliminate some of the leads developed as of this point in the investigation," Norwich police Detective Lt. Timothy Menard said.

    Mallove had traveled to Norwich to clean out items from the 19 Salem Turnpike house, where tenants had reportedly been evicted a month before.

    Several abandoned cars along with a large Dumpster were located in the driveway at the time of the murder.

    Mallove was a 1965 Norwich free academy graduate who had gone on to become a scientist, author and world-renowned for his publications in the field of cold fusion.


    Originally published Saturday, May 29, 2004
    Copyright ©2004 Norwich Bulletin. All rights reserved.

    Fifth arrest in city slaying

    Norwich Bulletin
    NORWICH -- Police charged a second juvenile with murder Wednesday and continue to search for an 18-year-old in connection 
    with the brutal beating death of a city man in Greeneville Monday.

    The arrest of the 15-year-old, whose name is being withheld because of his status as a juvenile, brings to five the number of people 
    arrested on murder charges.

    Police also obtained an arrest warrant for Tamir D. Dixon, 18, with a last known address of 338 Prospect St., second floor, in 

    Dixon is wanted for his role in the death of William Derose, 43, of 61 Union St., who was discovered by police in the trunk of his 
    car off Fourth Street early Monday morning.

    Derose was beaten to death and found with puncture wounds in his chest and abdomen. The murder allegedly was the result of a 
    drug deal gone wrong.

    On Monday, police arrested Michael D. Pires Sr., 48, and Michael D. Pires Jr., 22, who live at 121 Fourth St., the source of drug 
    activity in the neighborhood, according to the complaints of neighbors.

    In addition to the father and son, police arrested Kevin J. Sheehan, 17, of 4 Gilmour St., and an unnamed 15-year-old. All are being
     held on $1 million bond.

    The second 15-year-old juvenile arrested Wednesday is being held at the Connecticut Juvenile Detention Center. Police did not
     disclose details of this arrest because of the ongoing investigation.

    Norwich detective Sgt. Mark Rankowitz said police continue to conduct interviews. They have received tips from the public that 
    have aided in the investigation.

    Police originally were alerted to reports of suspicious activity on Fourth Street near the dead end Gilmour Street at about 2:10 a.m. 
    Monday. A newspaper delivery man phoned police when he saw several people near a vehicle.

    Responding police found blood around the car and near the 121 Fourth St. home. They later discovered the body.

    It's the second murder of the year in Norwich. Police continue the investigation of the murder of Dr. Eugene Mallove of New 
    Hampshire, who was found slain at his childhood home at 119 Salem Road in May.

    State police are investigating the shooting death of a store clerk at a Citgo gas station on Route 2 in Preston, just over the Norwich
     city line. Pakistan native and Norwich resident Sahibzada Ali, 26, was found by a customer shot to death behind the counter.

    Norwich police are asking for assistance from the public in the search for Dixon in connection with Monday's Greeneville murder 
    and urge anyone with information of his whereabouts to call police at 886-5561. Calls can be kept confidential.


    Originally published Thursday, July 1, 2004

    Scientist's violent death shocks cold fusion research network

    Eugene Mallove, one of cold fusion's most ardent advocates, was overjoyed in April when the US Department of Energy agreed to give the scorned subject another review. To him, it was a breakthrough: Years of work trying to get mainstream science to pay attention to cold fusion seemed to be paying off.

    But a month later, on May 14, Mallove was dead, brutally murdered at his childhood home in Norwich, Conn,

    Police, who have not yet made an arrest in the murder, have no evidence Mallove's cold fusion work contributed to his death -- they believe it was an act of random violence. To still-reeling friends, family, and colleagues, however, Mallove's death was particularly cruel because he was so optimistic that cold fusion was finally going to get its just review.

    ''My father was so passionate about doing what he felt was right (even though) everywhere he turned doors were shut in his face," said his daughter Kimberlyn Woodard. She used to affectionately call her father the ''mad scientist" for the experiments he always had going in their home's basement. ''He was a brilliant man, he could have worked anywhere he chose and he gave that up because of the possibility there was something to cold fusion," she said.

    Mallove, 56, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate, was chief science writer at MIT when the cold fusion debacle exploded in 1989. Skeptical at first, he soon became a believer and grew increasingly frustrated with the scientific establishment's refusal to reexamine cold fusion. Finally, in 1991, he quit, disgusted with what he saw as mainstream scientists' unwillingness to look seriously at cold fusion.

    Although Mallove had a master's degree from MIT and a doctorate from Harvard University, he rejected many aspects of mainstream science after quitting MIT and dedicated his life to publicizing the cold fusion field. He wrote a book, ''Fire from Ice," about the cold fusion episode and founded a New Hampshire-based magazine called Infinite Energy, focused on research related to cold fusion and other new energy sources. He wrote dozens of articles, essays, and papers and was well known around Pembroke, N.H., for his van's cold fusion decals and license plate INF-N-R-G, named after his magazine. He also ran the New Energy Foundation, backed by a wealthy anonymous benefactor that supported new kinds of energy research.

    Money was always a struggle for Mallove. But he rejected the 9-to-5 science world -- refusing a ''humdrum" life, according to his now-grown son, Ethan, and he morally couldn't turn his back on cold fusion and the clean energy it promised. Mallove would spend hours patiently explaining cold fusion to people who had never heard of it, and friends say he was one of the most curious and kind people they had ever met. In the last few months before he died, as he celebrated the birth of his first grandchild, Mallove earned his real estate license to help with expenses.

    ''My father once said on the radio the arrogance of the scientific establishment was mind-boggling," said Ethan Mallove. ''It was disappointment after disappointment, but he was endlessly optimistic and there was no giving up."

    Police found Mallove's body badly beaten at a family home that he rented out. He died of injuries to his neck and head. While conspiracy theories made the rounds on the Web, police believe the motive was most likely robbery. Mallove's Dodge Caravan van was found in an employee parking lot at Foxwoods Casino, a 15-minute drive away. Police say they are still waiting on lab results to make an arrest.

    ''It was important to my father that you keep an open mind to things and don't shut the door," said Woodard. ''He could never understand why there were these possibilities and no one looked at them. It wouldn't have hurt and it could only help."


    Arrest made in Mallove murder case

    Police say local scientist was probably killed during robbery

    Monitor staff
    Police, Family Renew Pleas For Help In Solving Murder

    June 03. 2005 8:00AM


      Connecticut man with a history of theft and burglary has been charged with last year's murder of Pembroke scientist Eugene Mallove. Mallove, 56, was beaten to death in Norwich, Conn., while checking on his childhood home in what the police have called a robbery gone bad.

    The police considered Gary McAvoy, 43, of Main Street, Norwich, a prime suspect within days of Mallove's May 2004 killing. Detectives said yesterday that they did not have enough evidence to charge McAvoy until Wednesday, but they declined to be specific.

    McAvoy, who is serving time on unrelated auto theft charges, is being held on $1 million bail. He will not be able to enter a plea to the murder charge until a judge finds there is enough evidence to schedule the case for trial.

    Mallove's family, which have been frustrated with the pace of the investigation, learned of McAvoy's arrest in a phone call from a Norwich detective shortly after McAvoy was charged. "I couldn't believe my ears. I didn't know if I'd ever hear (an arrest had been made),"said Mallove's son, Ethan, of Winchester, Mass. "We are keeping our fingers crossed. An arrest doesn't equal a conviction, but it's a start."

    Authorities have previously speculated that Mallove may have been attacked by two people, but they declined to discuss that possibility yesterday. Kevin Kane, a Connecticut state prosecutor handling the case, said only, "the investigation is continuing."

    Mallove, whose book about cold fusion earned him a Pulitzer Prize nomination, was found beaten on the lawn outside the Norwich home just before 11 p.m. on May 14. He had been cleaning the property with plans of renting it. The police said Mallove was badly beaten around the head and neck.

    A few people speculated that Mallove had been killed for his scientific work with controversial alternative energy sources But the police thought it was more likely that Mallove had interrupted -even challenged - a robbery.

    His green van had been stolen. The vehicle was found the next morning about 15 minutes away, in a remote parking lot of Foxwoods Resort Casino. But several items remained missing: his gold wedding band, a digital camera, a cell phone and a wallet with numerous credit cards. In a January press release issued to generate more attention on the stalled case, the police said the items may have been sold for drug money.

    In early May, still without enough evidence to make an arrest, the police called in the world-renowned Dr. Henry Lee, who worked on the O.J. Simpson, Scott Peterson and the JonBenet Ramsey cases. Lee, who is retired from the Connecticut State Police, agreed to look over the case files, but Connecticut authorities declined to say yesterday whether Lee's involvement prompted McAvoy's arrest. Lee has not returned phone calls.

    The police refused to discuss what led them to McAvoy. According to court records and state officials, McAvoy is currently serving time for burglary and larceny.

    Two days after Mallove's murder, McAvoy was arrested an hour away, in New Britain, Conn., on charges of larceny, interfering with an officer and the illegal conversion of property. Prosecutor Lou Louba, of the New Britain State's Attorney's office, said McAvoy had stolen a car; the illegal conversion charge stemmed from his use of the car, Louba said.

    McAvoy posted bail on the charges and was released.

    Two months later, on July 13, McAvoy was charged again, this time with two counts of burglary and one count of larceny. Louba said the second charges also involved the theft of a motor vehicle. McAvoy struck a plea deal on all the charges and pleaded guilty to some of them in February.

    In the first case, prosecutors dropped the interfering and conversion charges but kept the larceny offense. In the second case, prosecutors dropped only one burglary charge, Louba said.

    On Feb. 7, McAvoy received two, 2-year sentences, according to a court clerk in New Britain Superior Court. He was in prison when the police arrested him.

    (Annmarie Timmins can be reached at 224-5301, ext. 323, or by e-mail at atimmins@cmonitor.com.)


      Published on 1/29/2005

    Norwich— City police and the family of a murder victim are renewing their request for the public's help in locating personal items that belonged to Eugene Mallove, a Norwich native who was employed as a physicist in New Hampshire.

    On May 15, 2004, Mallove was in town to clear out the house where he had lived as a child. Police were called that night to the 119 Salem Turnpike address, where they found Mallove's body in the driveway. He had been beaten to death.

    Police found Mallove's missing Dodge Caravan several hours later in a Foxwoods Resort Casino employee parking lot.

    At the time of the incident, police said several items, which they did not identify, were missing. Lt. Timothy Menard of the Norwich Police Department subsequently released details about the missing items. He said the items could have been discarded or perhaps sold or traded for drugs.

    On Friday, Menard again released the list of missing items. It included Mallove's wallet, which contained identification and credit cards; a Sanyo 4900 cellular telephone, which was in a heavy-duty carrying case; a Sony digital camera, model No. DSC P9, which says “Cyber Shot” and 4.0 mega pixels on the front; and the camera's case, which says Sony Cybershot on the front; and Mallove's gold wedding band, which had a unique inscription.

    Police also want to speak with any long-time friends of the Mallove family who live in the Norwich area and have not spoken with police. Menard said they could be of assistance in the police investigation. He said every lead is still being followed up and that physical evidence is still being forensically examined.

    Menard and the Mallove family “strongly encourage” anyone who might have information related to the crime, or to activity at the Salem Turnpike residence to contact Detective John Dolan at 860-885-5561, ext. 152, the detective division at extension 120, or the department's anonymous tip line at ext. 500. 

    Second suspect implicated in Mallove killing




    Gary McAvoy, 43, was arrested June 1 on the charge of felony murder in the May 14, 2004, slaying of New Hampshire scientist Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, 56, a native of Norwich.


    • McAvoy is scheduledto appear Wednesday in New London Superior Court for a probable cause hearing. It is a preliminary hearing held before a serious criminal case goes to trial. Based on evidence and testimony, a judge will decide whether McAvoy "probably" did commit the crime he is charged with or move to dismiss the case. McAvoy could decide to waive his right to a hearing.


    • Gary McAvoy, 43, is incarcerated at MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution in Suffield, serving a five-year prison term on the charge of third-degree larceny. He was sentenced Dec. 14, 2004, and his maximum release date is listed as Aug. 31, 2009.



    NORWICH-- Gary McAvoy, 43, cried and curled up into the fetal position when he was first questioned about the murder of Eugene Mallove two days earlier in Norwich, according to police.

    On May 16, 2004, Norwich Police Detective Corey Poore asked McAvoy and a suspected co-conspirator about what had happened at 119 Salem Turnpike in Norwich the night of May 14.

    It was the night New Hampshire scientist and Norwich native Mallove was brutally killed outside his childhood home.

    "I can't, I can't," McAvoy told police while shaking his head from side to side and stating he couldn't handle it and wanted to commit suicide, according to an arrest warrant affidavit recently unsealed in the case. McAvoy is scheduled to appear Wednesday in New London Superior Court for a probable cause hearing.

    New details about the investigation are revealed in the affidavit used in McAvoy's arrest, including the name of McAvoy's alleged accomplice.

    Joseph Reilly, 39, of 390 Long Cove Road in Groton was with McAvoy when the pair was picked up by New Britain police May 16, 2004, in a vehicle stolen from Groton on the day of the killing.

    Police noticed Reilly had deep cuts and scratches to his legs, along with cuts on his hands. Both had blood on their clothes.

    Under questioning, both admitted abusing crack over the past week, committing several burglaries and stealing at least one vehicle. Both men, with past drug- and larceny-related arrests, are in prison on charges unrelated to the murder.

    When asked, they remembered details of May 14, such as stealing a Nissan Altima and a television from Paul's TV in Groton, smoking crack or eating at a local soup kitchen.

    Reilly at one point asked whether the "old man," was beaten and was it "two guys that did it or one?"

    Neither of the men revealed information crucial to the murder investigation.

    Night of the murder

    On May 14 at 10:50 p.m., police were dispatched to a home at 119 Salem Turnpike in Norwich to aid emergency medical personnel from American Ambulance and the East Great Plain Fire Department.

    A woman had stopped by the home to inquire about renting the home and had found Mallove on the ground.

    Arriving officers found Mallove's body near the rear of the home. There was a Dumpster in the driveway filled with garbage he had been cleaning out of the rental property. Mallove was covered in blood, lying near several pools of blood with spatters on the home, nearby vehicle and clothing.

    With his clothing disheveled and torn, police believed Mallove had been involved in a violent struggle.

    An autopsy later revealed numerous injuries to the face, neck and head, 32 lacerations caused by a blunt instrument to his face and a knife wound in his right forearm.

    Mallove's trachea had been crushed and the medical examiner later determined it to be the cause of death.

    Police investigate

    A vital clue in the killing was Mallove's missing van, found hours after the crime at a Foxwoods employee parking lot off Route 2 in Preston. The van was immediately recognizable by the sticker in the back window that read www.infinite-energy.com, the name of an organization Mallove founded that publicized advances in new energy sources.

    On May 15, Norwich police officer Chris Callaway interviewed a shuttle bus driver from Microtel Inn and Suites in Montville. The driver had seen Mallove's van and its driver near the Mohegan Sun parking lot that night. The diver was wearing a sock on his left hand. The witness later picked Reilly out of a photograph lineup.

    Meanwhile, forensic examination of the blood on the suspects' clothes did not aid the investigation. Mallove's DNA was not found among the samples of blood. Blood found in the stolen van and at the murder scene was Mallove's.

    Inmates and former cell mates of McAvoy and Reilly offered further information, however, to bolster the case against the pair.

    On Nov. 3, 2004 the New London County State's Attorney Office received a letter from an inmate who claimed to have information.

    The inmate had overheard "Joe," say something about, "an old man dying." "Joe" told the inmate he and his partner robbed an old man and his partner must have taken the van," according to the affidavit. The inmate identified Reilly as "Joe."

    According to an inmate housed with McAvoy at the Hartford Correctional Center, McAvoy talked about a murder, how he had beaten a guy up, leaving him near a Dumpster, police said.

    On June 1, more than a year after the killing, Norwich police arrested McAvoy on the charge of felony murder.

    Norwich police Lt. Timothy Menard Monday declined to discuss Reilly's involvement, but said an arrest warrant has been submitted for the arrest of a second man in the Mallove case.

    "There will be another arrest. I'm confident McAvoy did not act alone," Menard said.

    But details in the death of Mallove still elude police.

    "In spite of the arrest, there are still some unanswered questions," Menard said. "If there is anyone else out there with information, we would appreciate a call."

    Norwich police may be reached at 886-5561 or the anonymous tip line at 886-5561, Ext. 500.


    Originally published July 12, 2005



    Second suspect charged in beating death

    July 27, 2005, 7:12 AM EDT
    NORWICH, Conn. -- Police have charged a second suspect with murder in last year's beating death of a New Hampshire science writer at a home in Norwich.

    Joseph P. Reilly, 39, of Groton, was charged Tuesday with felony murder in the death of Eugene Mallove, 56, of Pembroke, N.H., during an apparent robbery in May 2004.
    Last Last month, police arrested Gary McAvoy, 43, formerly of Norwich, as the first suspect in the case.

    Like McAvoy, Reilly was is custody on unrelated charges at the time of his arrest. Reilly was taken from Cheshire Correctional Institution was he is serving a 4{-year sentence on a third-degree burglary conviction.

    Police said Reilly was with McAvoy on the night of May 14, 2004, when police found the badly beaten body of Mallove at his childhood home on Salem Turnpike.

    Mallove was cleaning out the rental property at the time of his death. He was found on the lawn of the home with head and neck injuries. His minivan was found in an employee parking lot at Foxwoods Casino Resort.

    Mallove, who moved from Norwich to Bow, N.H. in 1987 and to Pembroke three years ago, was president of the Concord, N.H.-based New Energy Institute and editor-in-chief of its magazine, "Infinite Energy."


    Information from: Norwich Bulletin






Notice of Death of Stanley Meyer

While doing a search in DejaNews, I had seen a brief mention of this from the alt.conspiracy forum. However, based on past experience with such statements and the fact that it was a conspiracy forum, I chose not to act on it. Later, a couple of emails repeated the claim. Finally, Gene Mallove chose to call to see if there was any truth to the report. Here is his email. From: E.F. Mallove
Subject: Meyer IS dead
Date: Sunday, March 29, 1998 


I just called the funeral home listed in the announcement of Meyer's death. I used directory information to get the number.

The gentleman there at Evans Funeral Home confirms that Meyer had indeed died and that there was a service there. I hope this ends speculation about the reality of Meyer's death.

Gene Mallove

Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, Editor- in-Chief
Infinite Energy Magazine
Cold Fusion Technology, Inc.
PO Box 2816
Concord, NH 03302
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http://www.infinite-energy.com In the Dejanews posts I saw from alt.conspiracy, mention was made that Stan had died of some kind of mysterious food poisoning.

It is sad to see the death of anyone before their time and Stanley Meyer made quite a splash during his years of work with water as a fuel. We here at KeelyNet extend our condolences to his family and friends.

No doubt, the conspiracy buffs will jump on this and blow it way out of proportion to the reality. I can only hope they rely on history rather than fanciful speculations stated as fact. I last spoke with Stan at the 1997 INE conference in Denver. At that time, he and I rode down together in the elevator and walked to the main conference room. At that time, he seemed in good health and full of energy.

I asked if he had driven or brought his hydrogen powered automobile, he said no, that it would have required too much logistics to arrange.

I said that it would be great to actually have the vehicle there for examination and demonstration by all at the conference. He said, yes, but it was still under development.

I asked whatever happened to the spark plug he had described back in 1994, which was supposed to let anyone install these plugs in their car so that it would also run on water. The idea being that water vapor was injected into the cylinders, exploded by a Keely type resonant frequency (42.8khz) and the products of that explosion burned by a high voltage spark.

He said that was still under development. Only this year, 1998, was I informed that this idea had been 'lifted' from Dale Pond at a 1989 conference in Switzerland and no credit given to Dale.

This has been posted before, but consider it a reality check as to what had been accomplished as opposed to what had been claimed, in an attempt to short circuit the inevitable conspiracy diatribes that will arise. 

FROM: http://www.keelynet.com/energy/meyerx.htm




Everyone knows that hydrogen and oxygen can be split from water by the application of electricity across plates submerged in a container of water. This is called hydrolysis and it requires a lot of electrical energy to produce worthwhile volumes of gases. Not only is this process energy hungry but the gases produced are also very dangerous to store and they burn too rapidly to be of effective use as fuels.

Stanley Meyer has worked with these problems (1970's to 1991) and has invented devices that solve beyond expectation all of the related difficulties in harnessing water as a fuel. The knowledge developed by him is relatively easy to grasp and can be applied by anyone with electrical, handyman skills and a decently good home workshop.

In a nutshell,..... water will break into it's elemental parts when exposed to a specific electrical polarity and condition. The first trick is to modify the electrical input so that it resonates in synchronization with the water and it's cell. When the pulse train is at resonance and voltage high, a correctly set up cell consumes mear milli amps of power yet, water is rapidly converted to it elemental gases. When this gas mixture is mixed with air and noncombustible gases (exhaust gas) it will burn with a slow enough combustion rate to use as petrol substitution. Storage of the fuel gas is not required as the fuel is produced instantly on demand.

If these elemental gases are further exposed to excitement by the resonating stimulus of electrical fields and laser energy, intense thermal explosive energies will be released which are the result of entire molecular disintegration!! 

Date:  Sat Oct 24, 1998 
Subject:  "Cold Fusion" 

Wired Magazine's Expose' of the Cold Fusion Scandal


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October 23, 1998

Concord, NH - Wired Magazine, the high-tech journal of the digital age, takes a giant leap forward for truth in science journalism with its latest issue. Charles Platt's 18-page expose' article in the November 1998
Wired, "Dirty Science: The Strange Rebirth of Cold Fusion" makes it abundantly clear that the world very likely is facing an energy and scientific revolution of unprecedented scale. Infinite Energy magazine
initiated Platt's interest in the subject, as he recounts.

Platt also identifies one of the key problems for cold fusion, which is not the lack of results or significant publication, but the refusal of key opinion-molding science journals to publish scientific papers with rock-solid findings that are at odds with supposedly bullet-proof theories of modern physics and chemistry.

Platt faults science journalist Gary Taubes, who assaulted the reputations of scientists at Texas A&M University in 1990, and later in his negative book, with what quickly proved to be totally false allegations of fraud.

Platt discusses the work of scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory and elsewhere that refute the allegations. When asked, Platt told Infinite Energy magazine that Taubes refused to allow his comments to Platt to be published.

Infinite Energy Magazine is proud to have contributed to the one of the best single journalistic accounts on the cold fusion scandal since the famous Fleischmann and Pons press conference at the University of Utah
on March 23, 1989. Infinite Energy's Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Eugene Mallove encouraged author Charles Platt to explore cold fusion and draw his own conclusions, and he did. Platt writes: "At most, the story of cold
fusion represents a colossal conspiracy of denial. At least, it is one of the strangest untold stories in 20th -century science." Of course, Infinite Energy magazine agrees with the first possibility, but readers of
Platt's seminal investigative report can decide for themselves.

To investigate the cold fusion scandal, Platt traveled to cold fusion companies and interviewed some of the hundreds of scientists who work in this field as heroes unsung by the general media, such as The New York
Times - which continues to act as though cold fusion science and technology do not exist. Platt attended the Seventh International Conference on Cold Fusion in Vancouver, British Columbia in April 1998 to see for himself whether cold fusion evidence is real, or whether hundreds of scientists are engaged in mass-delusion. It is unfortunate that other science journalists did not attend ICCF7, preferring as they do to follow the path of least resistance, which is to say - to do nothing. Perhaps after reading the expose' by Charles Platt, they will have second thoughts. But don't hold your breath!

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Oct. 1, 2004

O'Leary Calls for Mankind to  Harmonize with Zero Point Energy

Dr. Brian O'Leary Addressed the New Energy Movement Conference in Portland, Sept. 26, 3004. Aiming for energy solutions that are clean, have zero emissions, are affordable to everyone on the planet, feasible and reliable, benign (no weapons use), decentralized, and are publicly accountable (no secrets).

by Susan M. Carter and T. Cullen
Pure Energy Systems News


Brian O'Leary opened the second day of the New Energy Movement conference held at Portland State University. The college campus, O'Leary's longish hair and casual attire, plus the liberalism that pervades Oregon created a seventies deja vu. Even his last name and Alma mater, UC Berkley, evoked images of the seventies. It was enough to make a baby-boomer feel like a college student again.

Dr. O'Leary proclaimed the truism that if we keep going in the direction we are going, we will get there. Instead, we need to determine new goals and move towards a more conscious future. "To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men," he said, quoting Abraham Lincoln. "We want," he stated, "energy sources which are clean, cheap, decentralized, benign and that are accountable to the public."

The solutions O'Leary offered, called social and personal action steps, were a mix of science and religion or spirituality. He advocated a Green Peace Treaty and a Global Green Democracy. On the spiritual side we need to realize, he claimed, that the world is a reflection of our inner self and until we clean up our own inner and outer spaces, the world will not reflect harmony.

We resonate with ZPE, he avowed, stating the spoon bending experiments he has been involved with show our influence on the biosphere. “Human intentions can influence the universe.” Dr O’Leary mentioned Clive Baxter’s experiments where plants respond to thinking. He expanded his subject to one of the most common elements of our biosphere: water. He talked about the hidden messages from water and how clean water is harmonic and orderly and fouled water shows up as deformed and disharmonic.

Water is the oil of the 21st century, he asserted.

O’Leary acknowledged that there are environmentalists who will fight New Energy despite its lack of pollutants. They fear bigger and more of everything with New Energy and prefer a more pristine environment. He postulated we need to bring it out in the open and have intelligent social and political debates about energy.

Brian also suggested we adopt a Manifesto for Sustainability. “Together we need to create a new science of consciousness that includes quantum physics, parapsychology and alternative healing as well as zero-point energy research.” Most of all he claims we need to get beyond materialism, reductionism and self-determination and consider the effect to the whole.

Brian O'Leary firmly believes that the solution to our energy problems lies in social activism and joint advocacy along with altruistic and public funding from Joe Q Public. While the enemy corporations rape the planet for their own selfish gains, O'Leary advocates strength in numbers.

"No more martyrs!" he repeated. Was that Martin Luther King he was speaking of or Gene Mallove? It was hard to remember.





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