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Question 1: [37][38] Negative results were also published in several ________ including Science, Physical Review Letters, and Physical Review C (nuclear physics).
Scientific journalAcademic publishingOpen access (publishing)Scientific literature

Question 2: In 1988, Fleischmann and Pons applied to the ________ for funding towards a larger series of experiments.
Energy policy of the United StatesUnited States Department of EnergyOffice of Energy Efficiency and Renewable EnergyOffice of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability

Question 3: Platt, Charles (1998), "What if Cold Fusion is Real?", ________ (6.11), http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/6.11/coldfusion.html?pg=1&topic=&topic_set=, retrieved 2008-05-25  
Vanity Fair (magazine)Wired (magazine)The New YorkerGolf Digest

Question 4: Fleischmann and Pons and co-workers met with Jones and co-workers on occasion in ________ to share research and techniques.
ColoradoWyomingNew JerseyUtah

Question 5: [5] By late 1989, most scientists considered cold fusion claims dead,[6] and cold fusion subsequently gained a reputation as ________.
Junk sciencePseudoscienceFringe sciencePathological science

Question 6: Shamoo, Adil E.; Resnik, David B. (2003), ________ US, ed., [86 Responsible Conduct of Research] (2, illustrated ed.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 0195148460, 86  </ref>
United KingdomJohn Fell (clergyman)LondonOxford University Press

Question 7: On 22–25 March 2009, the ________ held a four-day symposium on "New Energy Technology", in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of the announcement of cold fusion.
Charles HertyGlenn T. SeaborgLinus PaulingAmerican Chemical Society

Question 8: The term "cold fusion" was used as early as 1956 in a New York Times article about Luis W. Alvarez' work on ________.
Nuclear fusionDense plasma focusFusorMuon-catalyzed fusion

Question 9: E. Paul Palmer of ________ also used the term "cold fusion" in 1986 in an investigation of "geo-fusion", the possible existence of fusion in a planetary core.
Brigham Young UniversityLaVell Edwards StadiumJ. Reuben Clark Law SchoolBYU Cougars football

Question 10: an excitation in the form of ________, magnetism, temperature, pressure, laser beam(s), or of acoustic waves.
ElectricityElectric chargeElectromagnetismElectric current
















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