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Discuss ways to make polywell research more widely known or better understood. Includes education and outreach.

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JohnP
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http://citizensbriefingbook.change.gov/ ... 0000004olV

Apologies for the cross-topic posting, but if this board can get the word out,
we might have a shot at getting this to the new prez. Hey, we might be almost as popular as marijuana reform!

http://citizensbriefingbook.change.gov/ ... 1&srKp=087

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The Incoming Secty of Energy, Chu, is conversant with Polywell.
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MSimon wrote:The Incoming Secty of Energy, Chu, is conversant with Polywell.
Yeah, but didnt he call it a "fusor" ?
I like the p-B11 resonance peak at 50 KV acceleration. In2 years we'll know.

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Roger wrote:
MSimon wrote:The Incoming Secty of Energy, Chu, is conversant with Polywell.
Yeah, but didnt he call it a "fusor" ?
It is a fusor with a magnetically shielded grid. So he was not wrong.

My understanding is that Chu and Bussard had a 1 to 2 hour conversation.
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