Discuss funding sources for polywell research, including the non-profit EMC2 Fusion Development Corporation, as well as any other relevant research efforts.

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Post by ohiovr »

Where is George Westinghouse when we need him?


Without him we would have never heard of Testla.

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Post by LCARS_24 »

Then there's the notion that Westinghouse might have already successfully done polywell as a government-funded black project, only to have it withheld from the public on grounds of proliferation concerns in consideration of possible miltary applications or because of other black projects.

And with zero-point energy, lots of people are working on it, but black projects have the funding and personnel to beat them to it, and if a portable, powerful device were developed, there would be concern about making it available to all when there are those who would use it for foul purposes, and the U.S. Patent office would never grant a basic patent to an individual or corporation for anything that like that without due consideration of such danger, and they don't normally grant patents for inventions with possible important military applications, anyway.

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