Tagged: Fusion

Fusion energy: A time of transition and potential - Guest Work

Guest Author Dec 01, 2016

By Stewart Prager, Princeton University and Michael C. Zarnstorff, Princeton University For centuries, humans have dreamed of harnessing the power of the sun to energize our lives here on Earth. But we want to go beyond collecting solar energy, and one day generate our own from a mini-sun. If we’re able to solve an extremely … Read More

‘Just So Science’ – So back to those impossible stars - Just So Science

Elf Eldridge Sep 13, 2011

A couple of posts ago I mentioned that stars shouldn’t exist – at least not by classical physics standards anyway. I skirted the issue at the time, but it’s high time for a closer look as I cant delve into any more details about nanotech OR the lifecycle of stars without covering some basic quantum mechanical phenomena – … Read More

Positive Energy - MacDoctor

Jim McVeagh Jan 12, 2010

It was interesting to see two articles on alternative energy sources today, outside of a “series” on such things. One on the approval of the new tidal power generators at Kaipara Harbour and one, a bit more “blue sky” on the realistic possibility of the first practicable fusion generators. Both of these may be realised [...] Related posts: … Read More