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Martin Fleischmann

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American science is much more organized, much more hierarchical than British science has been.


— Martin Fleischmann


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At the moment I am taking a very careful look at some of the work which we have done in the past.


— Martin Fleischmann


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I am a caricature of what British science is about in the way I work.


— Martin Fleischmann


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I don't suppose I'll ever retire completely.


— Martin Fleischmann


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I think British science is becoming more like American science - and then there is everybody else, I'm afraid.


— Martin Fleischmann


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I think you know that I classify science as British science, American science, and everybody else.


— Martin Fleischmann


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It is not necessarily true that expensive experiments are not worthwhile doing but there are plenty of rather cheap experiments which are certainly worth doing.


— Martin Fleischmann


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Now Stan and I were still working in secret at that time but, because of this development, we had to inform the University of Utah because we thought that they might need to take patent protection.


— Martin Fleischmann


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One of my theme songs is that if you can't do it in a test tube, don't do it.


— Martin Fleischmann


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Scientists are really very conscious of the fact that they stand on the shoulders of an enormous tree of preceding workers and that their own contribution is not so enormous.


— Martin Fleischmann


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When the paper was finally publiMartin Fleischmannd both electrochemists and physicists called it "sloppy" and "uninformative" and it was said that had Fleischmann and Pons waited for the publication of their paper most of the trouble would have been avoided because scientists would not have gone so far in trying to test their work. Early life
Born in Karlovy Vary Czechoslovakia in 1927. doi:10.

Premature announcement of his cold fusion research with Stanley Pons regarding excess heat in heavy water led to their names being identified with the frenzy controversy and backlash that followed although they continued their interest and research in cold fusion.

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