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Seeing the site's update regarding the Iter Fusion recator in France and how it could be operational by 2022, I think it might have promising results.

 

Considering the current status of the Euro and the European Union, it just could be prove to be the shock theropy it needs to be revitalized.



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Really, really hope Nuclear Fusion takes off. It's got incredible potential.


The universe has gone from unimaginable, featureless heat to complexity and it will return in time to unimaginable, featureless cold.

-Chris Impey, How It Ends


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Really, really hope Nuclear Fusion takes off. It's got incredible potential.

 

It will probably take until the 2040's until becoming widesrpead, but even if it's just local in Europe in its early run, it will be a miracle.



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http://www.nature.co...ogether-1.11669

 

This article makes it sound less than optimistic.



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The ITER is not guaranteed to actually work.




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