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After decades of promises, fusion research finally yielded the breakthrough we’ve all been waiting to see. Sort of. And there’s a lot of work still to do.
Researchers trying to give the world a nearly limitless source of clean energy are getting a hand from an AI trained to fight against 100+ million degree plasma.
We have a new design for a fusion reactor that's showing great promise. We owe it to ourselves to give it a fair shot at making fusion work.
Charles Seife wants his fusion reactor and he wants it now, dammit, or no funding for you.
Mike Adams' next favorite conspiracy is cold fusion and his new favorite villains are the members of the hot fusion lobby, which doesn't exist since fusion for power generation is yet to happen.
Fusion simply has far too much promise not to keep pursing, even if the progress seems slow right now.