Cold Fusion

Cold fusion is a real but still incompletely explained energy-producing phenomenon, that occurs when ordinary hydrogen and the special form of hydrogen called deuterium are brought together with metals, such as palladium, titanium, and nickel. Usually, some triggering mechanism, such as electricity or acoustic energy, is required to provoke the "cold fusion" effects. Both ordinary hydrogen and deuterium are abundant in ordinary water - whether fresh water, ocean water, ice, or snow - so the process will help to end many of the world's energy concerns, if it can be developed commercially. Now this is all but certain.