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Feature leads for the media: University of Dayton chemistry professor Robert G. Keil comments on "cold fusion," saying the furor and excitement has waned since a researcher at the University of Utah announced that he had sustained a nuclear fusion reaction in a flask. "Do we have a new power source? Probably not," Keil said. Also, 50 scholars who attended a seminar on nuclear deterrence at the U.S. Institute of Peace are calling for new vocabulary to define nuclear deterrence.



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