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August 31, 1989 | DAVID FREED, Times Staff Writer
He looks a bit like Chevy Chase, sounds not unlike folk-rocker Dan Fogelberg and describes his latest songs as "tech-rock." With titles like "Don't Go Touchin' My Electrode," who's to argue? Brian Jackson Fetzer, college math instructor by day, aspiring singer by night, has found artistic inspiration--and a buck or two--in cold fusion.
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August 31, 1989 | DAVID FREED, Times Staff Writer
He looks a bit like Chevy Chase, sounds not unlike folk-rocker Dan Fogelberg and describes his latest songs as "tech-rock." With titles like "Don't Go Touchin' My Electrode," who's to argue? Brian Jackson Fetzer, college math instructor by day, aspiring singer by night, has found artistic inspiration--and a buck or two--in cold fusion.
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November 21, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Hugo Rossi, director of the National Cold Fusion Institute in Salt Lake City, has resigned and been replaced by James J. Brophy, a University of Utah vice president. The university's controversial cold fusion experiments have struggled for acceptance ever since B. Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann announced they had produced the process last March 23. But Brophy said the change in administration was routine.
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October 25, 1987 | EDUARDO GALLARDO, Associated Press
Literally drop by drop, an innovative irrigation technique is turning dry desert into emerald-green farmland producing avocados, asparagus and grapefruit the size of bowling balls. Agricultural experts say the government-financed project has major potential for creating jobs and bringing much-needed export earnings to this heavily indebted nation.
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