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Post by DeltaV »

Established science believes the polywell is a dead end.
I don't believe that's the case. I think established science (with exceptions) just doesn't care.

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Post by ladajo »

Yeah, that's fair. Rider's paper, and then those when asked, either don't know anything, or make failure assumptions based on Rider's work without looking any deeper. I would tend to agree, not enough interest to see about it. I recall several time where comments by "smart folk" saying it won't work were based on completely uninformed ideas of how it works. Sad.
Apathy based on the secureness of the greater church. Those silly Zulu's can't beat us, they don't know how to make war, and we have guns...

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