The formula to solve cold fusion

Perreault’s Cold Fusion Formula

Perreault’s Cold Fusion Formula goes as follows: 78Pt^196+1H^2(deuterium)–>78Pt197+1H^1; 78Pt^197(18 hr. half life) –> 79Au197+thermal energy.

This formula shows the reaction of what has been called “cold fusion.”

The effects of this reaction was stumbled on by two scientists from Utah in the United States. However, the effect has not been understood.

There is no mystery behind its fundamental principle. This effect can be replicated every time if your procedures are correct. There are several other formulas using less rare elements where the same
desired effect may be obtained.

The second half of the formula is left out intentionally because society as a whole is not ready for such power. More harm would be done than good at this point.

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