Fusion-generated Electricity: Will It...

Fusion-generated Electricity: Will It Finally Become a Reality?

There are 1 comment on the Lockergnome story from Oct 24, 2012, titled Fusion-generated Electricity: Will It Finally Become a Reality?. In it, Lockergnome reports that:

Every month, many of us experience the joy of gritting teeth, shaking hands, and anticipation as we see that our monthly electrical bill has arrived.

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LessHypeMoreFact

Toronto, Canada

#1 Oct 25, 2012
More crank science from the fringe.

They actually have a reasonable explanation of what Fleishman and Pons stumbled onto and though was fusion. It explains why the 'cold fusion' experiment could never be consistently replicated.

http://discovermagazine.com/2012/nov/27-big-i...

The Low Energy Nuclear Reaction is more of a fission type process with a twist. It fits entirely within current known physics and requires no exotic processes.

OTOH, it is probably never going to result in a workable power generation. Still, it is nice to put 'Irreproducible Results' to bed.

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