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Introducing *Crime Waves: Cold Truth*

Chameleon: The Michigan Plot

Sony Music

Tv & Film, Society & Culture, Documentary, Comedy, True Crime

4.67.6K Ratings

🗓️ 6 November 2023

⏱️ 3 minutes

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How far would you go to save the world from itself? Dr. Eugene Mallove believed that a new form of world-changing free energy — cold fusion — was just around the corner. Even when his work was pushed to the fringes, he dreamed of a brighter future. But before Dr. Mallove could usher in that future, he was found dead in the driveway of his childhood home. Everyone had their own ideas of who killed him, and investigators were looking in all the wrong places. From QCODE and Faceplant, in association with No Smiling, Crime Waves: Cold Truth is a story about one man's quest to expose the truth, the lengths he would go to save the world, and how his dream caught up with him. Visit qcodemedia.com for more information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Hey, Camillion listeners. Josh Dean here from Campside Media and your host of


Camillion season one Hollywood Con Queen, and I'm here with a new podcast


recommendation for you. It's from a friend of ours, an award-winning journalist who hasn't made a campside show, yet.


His name is David Kushner, and his new show is Cold Truth, the first season from Kewcode and


Face Plants Crime's Crime Series.


Dive into the strange conspiracy-rittled history of cold fusion


and the murderer of his champion, Eugene Malov,


a renowned scientist in a leading expert


in the enigmatic realm of cold fusion energy.


Cold Truth delves into the unsettling resolution of a terrible crime and asks the question,


how far would you go to save the world from itself?


Stay tuned for a clip of Cold Truth and follow now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you're listening now.


Dr. Eugene Maloff believed that a new form of world changing free energy was just around the corner.


The potential for cold fusion is indeed enormous.


There basically is an infinity of energy,


essentially free from sea water in the oceans of the world.


Even when his life's work was pushed to the fringes.


I'm an engineer with some credentials, MIT and Harvard, but those don't mean anything because


so many people with credentials are mentally dead,


especially many MIT professors.


He dedicated his life to a brighter future.


My mom was the first to courageously and boldly express the truth behind cold fusion long before any


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