SCI / TECH nuclear fusion
#1

http://environment.guardian.co.uk/energy...90,00.html

any chance of this succeeding? Smile
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#2

not quite specific whether cold or hot fusion like this :
http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/artic.../611190639


i hope it does work because its now or never
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#3

Statto Wrote:http://environment.guardian.co.uk/energy...90,00.html

any chance of this succeeding? Smile

Deffinately possible given enough funding, and a large enough reactor, I doubt this proposed reactor will be anywhere near the size necessary.

See my earlier thread on this:

http://www.subvertcentral.com/forum/view...php?t=8710
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#4

cold fusion is definatly in the relms of scifi, there is no theorecical basis for this, your talking about a massive releas of energy which will enevatably be electromagnetic radiation (heat n light in laymans turms)

fussion however is very viable, much more reserch has to be doen but the jet (Joint European Torus) fusion chamber has been around for a while, the bigest problem they face is sustaining it and captureing the energy

for moer info go to

http://www.jet.efda.org
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#5

they're still trying...

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/...scientists

Twothumbs
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#6

a more sceptical viewpoint...

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...t-of-truth
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#7

Statto dear friend can you summarise this thread's current deal in a sentence? I'll read links later. Ta.
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#8

Right i looked at link one mate.
What "fusion" occurs elementally when mixing hydrochloric acid with oxygen?
Surely this would be explained by osmosis?
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#9

My point is simple. Cohabitation under the banner of using hydrogen as a water source, seems simple also to educated scientists who know about nuclear energy types.
Conclusion: please stop, America. You'r just a nation of fat megalomaniac wankers who don't care about the planet over your own belly.
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#11

Not really news as ITER has been planned for decades. In the 90s, when I was following a course in this field they were already talking about it. According to wikipedia it's actually a project that started in 1985.

Safe to say it will take another decade (or two or three) before we have any idea if this is going to work commercially.
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