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Fusion is the only possible way to replace fossil fuels. So how is ITER doing?

Preface. This website, and my book, When Trucks Stop Running: Energy and the future of transportation, and Martin Hoffert, et al in the 2002 Advanced Technology Paths to Global Climate Stability: Energy for a Greenhouse Planet, Science. Vol 298 argue … Continue reading

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ITER’s fusion fiasco makes it hard to develop alternative fusion projects

Nature Editorial: Fusion furore. Soaring construction costs for ITER are jeopardizing alternative fusion projects. 23 July 2014. Nature #511: 383-384. Fusion energy promises to combine the benefits of renewable resources — clean, carbon-free electric power — with the best qualities … Continue reading

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