Low-Cost Fusion Project Steps Out of the Shadows

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Betruger
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Re: Low-Cost Fusion Project Steps Out of the Shadows

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mvanwink5 wrote:Does Park have an explanation as to why the Navy would put $12M into WB-8, get the mini-B results, then not go for the big e-guns needed for WB-8? If I was a VC or interested $ party that would be my first question.
Govt red tape & politics, and at least one friendly Navy middleman that mutually agrees with EMC2 that EMC2's better off with VC; the assumption being that that's an inevitable tangency at some point in the future.. ?
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Re: Low-Cost Fusion Project Steps Out of the Shadows

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At least if the next funding comes from VC, we probably stand a better chance of being kept up to date with progress than we did with the Navy holding the purse strings.

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Re: Low-Cost Fusion Project Steps Out of the Shadows

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At least if the next funding comes from VC, we probably stand a better chance of being kept up to date with progress than we did with the Navy holding the purse strings.

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