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The draft of the article, whose title is shown below, was posted here on February 27, 2004. The “clickable list of items” (my index.html file) referred to it as:

125) An article I want to publish (WORK IN PROGRESS)

I was still improving the draft. Then I decided to publish the article. But journals usually insist on receiving manuscripts which have not already been publish elswhere. For that reason I decided not to make my article accessible over the Internet. Attempts to publish failed and today (6/28/04) the article is going to be posted as item #152 on my web site. The item has has only three sentences below the title; it is a record for my chronologically evolving sequence. Today I will start writing the histiory of rejections. It will be a separate item showing my correspondence with editors of several journals. Each of them decided not to publish my article without telling me what is wrong with it. I think the article is an unbiased review of the main cold fusion claims. Why was it rejected? Why was it not sent to be peer reviewed?

Recent cold fusion claims:
are they valid?

Ludwik Kowalski
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, NJ, 07043

What is Cold Fusion?
Cold fusion (CF) is a mixture of several claims that may or may not be related. Some of them belong to the realm of basic science while others belong to the area of patents. And some seem to be science fiction. . . .

(To see the rest go to item #152)

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