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Debunking the myth about nuclear fusion (peakoil.com) USofA
08.Oct.2017
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peakoil.com:This is the third of three reports about the claims by representatives and proponents of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER). The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) is the largest and most expensive science experiment on Earth today. Public outreach for the experimental fusion reactor, under the direction of Laban Coblentz, the head of the ITER communications office, has led journalists and the public to believe that, when completed, the reactor will produce 10 times more power than goes into it. It will do no such thing.

Fusion takes place in all the stars. It may be a long time before man can reproduce it on Earth Fusion takes place in all the stars. It may be a long time before man can reproduce it on Earth
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