MIT Is Pouring Resources Into Commercializing Fusion Power
“A collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and two energy companies is encouraging interdisciplinary research to fast-track the development of practical fusion power.
Mechanical engineer Caroline Sorensen told an MIT blogger about her work on a “liquid immersion blanket,” which is a pool of molten salt that converts fusion reactions into heat and protects the rest of the reactor from damage…”
11 thoughts on “MIT Is Pouring Resources Into Commercializing Fusion Power”
Look what the world is now doing pouring money into arears and making htem
A tragedy in the making!
Another Three Mile wonder!
You’re both idiots, how in the world can fusion be bad for anyone
They said the same thing about “three mile island” and look what happen! Snd the list goes on an on. A great idea become outveorst nightmare.
thabit bey That was fission. This is fusion. They are two completely different things. Do the research. And no, they did NOT say that about three mile island. Again, that was fusion. There is no “list” for fusion because it has yet to be achieved. Please, I beg you with all that is decent and holy, do the research before simply reacting.
For those who don’t know.
Fission is radioactive BAD?
Fusion isn’t radioactive GOOD?
Let’s be clear, scientists have not yet achieved “self sustaining” fusion ( they have attained fusion for short periods)
Roldan Robles What you said, fusion is very good. No radioactive waste, runs on hydrogen. Basically putting the sun in a bottle. In my opinion the government should make this our next Manhatten Project. They probably would if Fusion power wouldn’t put the big oil companies out of business. Fusion is the next best thing to free power for everyone.
Richard Wagner don’t forget coal and nuclear out of business too.
That’s why they all have spent billions over the decades, bribing politicians, or buying out the patents to anything that’ll cut into their profits.
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