Fusion by 2030

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    Jan Sobieski
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    https://amp.livescience.com/62929-plasma-fusion-reactor-tokamak.html

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    #834068
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    Atton
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    UK-based Tokamak Energy says the plasma test is a milestone on its quest to be the first in the world to produce commercial electricity from fusion power, possibly by 2030.

    Fusion is possible and a s~~~ load of progress has been made. But it is really really f~~~ing hard more like 2040 or 2050.

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    Daryll55
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    I was very close to investing in a start on Fusion Power. The year was 2008. Fusion has been around for decades, the question was: “how do you harness it?”

    They came very close in 2008 by using magnetic/electrical power to try to stabilize the chain reaction. Europe was at the forefront at the time but the energy spent to contain the fusion reaction was nearly as much as the energy the fusion reaction produced.
    What are they going to try now??

    The I-Phone and hydra-fracking both came out at that time and were much better for investing.

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    Anonymous
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    Ladies and gentlemen, get your Mr. Fusion (for today only) $19.95!

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    GregB0
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    the energy spent to contain the fusion reaction was nearly as much as the energy the fusion reaction produced.
    What are they going to try now??

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    In theory, fusion reactors could produce far less radioactive waste than fission reactors, while their relatively small fuel needs mean that nuclear meltdowns like the Chernobyl disaster or Fukushima accident would be impossible, according to the ITER project.

    However, veteran fusion researcher Daniel Jassby, who was once a physicist at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, has warned that ITER and other proposed fusion reactors will still create significant amounts of radioactive waste.
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    Tower, Carnage and others have to be salivating over the thought of yet another Pandora’s box to compete with the SMOD. Buckets and buckets of drool!

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    MoreSky
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    I’m an electrical engineer so I love this stuff.

    When I was in High School we visited the fusion reactor development project near Oxford, UK.
    They were all really positive and we learned about toroids and plasma etc.
    They said it should be ready for commercial use in about twenty years.

    That was in 1989.

    Great technology, poor funding.

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    UK-based Tokamak Energy says the plasma test is a milestone on its quest to be the first in the world to produce commercial electricity from fusion power, possibly by 2030.

    Fusion is possible and a s~~~ load of progress has been made. But it is really really f~~~ing hard more like 2040 or 2050.

    My high school physics teacher said, 30 years from that time. He was also said that in his highschool years.

    Plasma is not simple to handle. And how do you extract energy? Still some advanced steam engine, or are there an new solutions? Plasma has charged particles and reacts to electromagnetic fields, is it possible to get the energy out in some electromagnetic form?

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    Follow the money. Who would not want it completed?

    "It seems like there's times a body gets struck down so low, there ain't a power on earth that can ever bring him up again. Seems like something inside dies so he don't even want to get up again. But he does."

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    IMickey503
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    Yea. I keep hearing it. But the time it comes around… It will be when women are gone.

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    Daryll55
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    Ladies and gentlemen, get your Mr. Fusion (for today only) $19.95!

    Power you home, boat, car, or airplane with our new compact size! It takes no more room, and half the weight of your average smart phone!

    Send your check or money order to: Tower Enterprises, B.C.F.C. West Brookfield, Massachusetts U.S.A.

    James Garner just groaned & rolled over in his grave….

    (Just kiddin’ Tower, I love your comments!)

    Marry again, Hell NO ! ( Even JESUS was hung on a cross just once)

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