“Bridging the Gaps” by Randolph R. Davis contains the most up-to-date research on nuclear cold fusion and provides a vision for how this cutting-edge technology can alter the future of energy production

FAIRFAX, Va. – Upon its introduction in 1989, nuclear cold fusion offered a promising prospect for sustainable energy production. While failed attempts at replicating the original experiment and other short-sighted skepticism led a large portion of the scientific community to prematurely abandon further research, others continued to study nuclear cold fusion as an alternative energy source, including author and research and development scientist Randolph R. Davis.

In “Bridging the Gaps: An Anthology on Nuclear Cold Fusion,” Davis reviews groundbreaking discoveries made over the last three decades and explains how nuclear cold fusion power generators can revolutionize energy production on a global scale while eliminating the harmful pollutants that contribute to global warming. He explores contemporary theories on nuclear cold fusion reactions and radiation output, addresses previously overlooked issues and introduces vital design information not previously discussed within the scientific community.

“Bridging the Gaps” also identifies areas for continued research, providing a launching pad for managers and scientists in research and development to take the next steps in advancing nuclear cold fusion technology. Ultimately, through his book, Davis hopes to illuminate the viability and unparalleled efficiency of nuclear cold fusion and encourage others in the field to shift their focus toward pursuing this low-cost, high-yield and environmentally conscious energy source.

“The earth needs a revolutionary transformation in the production of energy,” Davis writes in the book’s preface, indicating that this technology could possibly address today’s energy problems at a “reasonable cost, in safety and without hazardous waste, pollution or climate damage.”

“Bridging the Gaps” is a must-read for developers, stakeholders and scientists working to solve today’s climate crisis.

“Bridging the Gaps: An Anthology on Nuclear Cold Fusion”

By Randolph R. Davis

ISBN: 9781664234161 (softcover); 9781664234154 (hardcover); 9781664234178 (electronic)

Available from AmazonBarnes & Noble and WestBow Press

About the author

Randolph R. Davis is a scientist who worked for 40 years in the U.S. Department of Defense and the Department of Energy on nuclear and space-related research and development programs. He served as president of DOE’s chapter of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Honor Society, and as a member of DOD’s Acquisition Corps. He and his associates in Northern Virginia have studied nuclear cold fusion for the last 25 years. “Bridging the Gaps” is his first book.