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Posted: Aug 10 2007, 05:58 PM
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My First question is: What kind of numbskulls does it take to completely IGNORE 40+ year old tech that is not fully developed that allows high school kids to generate fusion reactors in the garage, on a shoestring budget?!? I am of course referring to a device called the Fusor www.fusor.net You can see videos on You tube, by searching for Fusor.
What"s more I"ve seen better worded, more plausible explanations on quite a few so called "fringe science" sites. As a matter of fact this particular bit of so called science reeks of a big pile of grade a steaming American BS ... to paraphrase a modern comedian.
Posted: Aug 10 2007, 07:55 PM
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Would you mind explaining that statement " What kind of numbskulls does it take to completely IGNORE 40+ year old tech that is not fully developed that allows high school kids to generate fusion reactors in the garage, on a shoestring budget? "
Are you saying that there exist fusion reactors? working?
That kids could build in their garage??
Missed that one :)
The Idea alone makes me shudder..
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Posted: Aug 10 2007, 08:31 PM
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Well, he's appears to be correct, unless the videos on youtube are a hoax or misunderstanding, which is entirely possible. Somehow though I think a working fusion reactor WOULD make the news, and quite a big splash in the scientific community.