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November 27, 2005


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tin whiskers

Yeah its great to achieve Laser Fusion Milestone.The scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California reported that they had demonstrated that laser pulses shot into a cavity can produce the conditions required to trigger nuclear fusion reactions.


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Anthony H

Although new data would be useful, thanks for posting laser fusion news. I'll be following your site for more recent news!

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This has major implications in the 'world of fusion'. Let hope we will see the benefits.

Electronic Gadgets

"There is a large amount of desciptive material available at the NIF website that gives details about the facility, especially the way the green laser beams are directed, amplified and transformed before they reach the target." really? i will have a look. thank your for your shaing.

Green Laser Pointers

in an actual Inertial fusion power plant, a few pulses of fusion energy per second would heat low-activation coolants.

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laser pulses shot into a cavity can produce the conditions required to trigger nuclear fusion reactions. It is just very nice result.

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