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Fusion Energy Sourcing Rising in Promise

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In the two articles below, modern fusion development and current fusion energy progress show promise for a clean energy/no carbon future. For the first time, an energy fusion experiment shows more energy produced from the experiment than used to initially conduct the experiment. Scientists are looking hard at nuclear fusion instead of fission as a move in the nuclear energy industry.

https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2022/02/the-promise-of-fusion/

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https://www.llnl.gov/news/national-ignition-facility-achieves-fusion-ignition

 

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