Fusion for Dummies approaches 3k views

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Roger
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Fusion for Dummies approaches 3k views

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I like the p-B11 resonance peak at 50 KV acceleration. In2 years we'll know.

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I've posted it at a couple message boards I go to. Each time I see interesting new information I plan to bump those posts.

The people who replied some of them were talking about other fusion ideas that seemed more ametuerish. But I told them we should definately look into all those on a serious level.

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In a lot of ways this is like the early days of radio when the lack of knowledge made it possible for amateurs to make significant contributions.

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Now @ 4065 views. Thats 1000 views since Oct 14th. While from May 29th to Oct 14th it got 3k views.
I like the p-B11 resonance peak at 50 KV acceleration. In2 years we'll know.

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Roger wrote:Now @ 4065 views. Thats 1000 views since Oct 14th. While from May 29th to Oct 14th it got 3k views.
Great!

Interest in fusion is picking up.

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MSimon wrote:
Roger wrote:Now @ 4065 views. Thats 1000 views since Oct 14th. While from May 29th to Oct 14th it got 3k views.
Great!

Interest in fusion is picking up.


Feb 13th its at 5078 views. About a thousand views since Dec 21st, '06.

I'm pleasantly pleased that its showing this much longevity.
I like the p-B11 resonance peak at 50 KV acceleration. In2 years we'll know.

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