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[[Elizabeth Holub]] and her colleagues studied '''cold fusion''' in [[Prague]] in [[2050]]. They hoped to find a new means of providing [[electricity]] since [[petrol]] and [[firewood]] were so expensive.
 
[[Elizabeth Holub]] and her colleagues studied '''cold fusion''' in [[Prague]] in [[2050]]. They hoped to find a new means of providing [[electricity]] since [[petrol]] and [[firewood]] were so expensive.
   
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[[Cold fusion freighter]]s made use of cold fusion. ([[TV]]: ''[[Children of Earth: Day Five (TV story)|Children of Earth: Day Five]]'')
 
[[Cold fusion freighter]]s made use of cold fusion. ([[TV]]: ''[[Children of Earth: Day Five (TV story)|Children of Earth: Day Five]]'')
 
 
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Elizabeth Holub and her colleagues studied cold fusion in Prague in 2050. They hoped to find a new means of providing electricity since petrol and firewood were so expensive.

Their intention was to make the process colder and cheaper than that developed at UCLA. (PROSE: Fable Fusion)

Cold fusion freighters made use of cold fusion. (TV: Children of Earth: Day Five)

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