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Watch today's live Basement Team webcast on "Creating the Trans-Pacific Fusion Economy".
An important advancement in experimental results on China's EAST superconducting tokamak, in collaboration with the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, will help solve one of the challenges for fusion.
Zhou Fangye of the National Institute of International Strategy, a division of the leading Chinese body advising the government, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), today issued a report in Global Times which explicitly endorsed the Kra Canal through Thailand as a means of solving the "Malacca Dilemma." Zhou links the Kra Canal project to the ongoing high-speed rail project which will l
China was among the nine nations that put together a team of 59 scientists to study studying the Chelyabinsk object, the 60-foot-wide space rock traveling 43,000 miles per hour—60 times the speed of sound—as it ripped into Earth's atmosphere above Chelyabinsk, Russia and exploded with the force of half a million tons of TNT. Their group released their findings on Wednesday.
LaRouchePAC's Scientific Research Team demonstrated on Saturday the potential that exists worldwide for a rapid reorganization of the world economy around the concept of a fusion-powered future, burying once and for all the Queen's current "Green" dictatorship.
On October 26, when LaRouchePAC Scientific Research Group member Benjamin Deniston takes the podium for an international webcast discussion on "How to Create a New Fusion Economy, and Why" with a live audience gathered in Mexico City, he will in effect be continuing a discussion on fusion power that goes back more than 35 years between the LaRouche movement and Mexican policy-making institutions.
The main task of the "Swarm" mission which the European Space Agency launched into orbit from the Russian cosmodrome at Plesetsk, on Nov. 22, is to conduct a precise mapping of the Earth's magnetic field.
As reported in a news item on Nov. 13 by the American Physical Society, fusion scientists carrying out experiments on the Doublet III-D tokamak at General Atomics (GA) in California, have taken an important step in improved performance in a fusion device.
Actually, how good, or bad, is sense-perception? Or, to put the question squarely, how far should you really trust sense-perceptions, and for what purposes?
According to reports in the press (verified by scientists, but not by the Lab, since the government is shut down...), during experiments late last month on Lawrence Livermore's laser fusion NIF device, the amount of fusion energy produced during the experiment was greater than the energy that was absorbed by the fuel, an important step toward reaching ignition, which would be a self-sustaining fus