Consider specific people in the fusion research community, business, or politics who should be made aware of polywell research, and how we might reach them.

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neutron starr
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Post by neutron starr »

I recently visited and found that no one had sugested that the Obama could fund polywell research I think someone more eloquent then I should write a nice story about the potential benefits of polywell fusion.
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Post by vernes »

Actually, I made that exact suggestion.

I was able to because in the first few days of, they forgot to exclude countries outside the US.

I was able to fill out all the formfields and select The Netherlands from the list.

A few days later this was changed :P

I'm not surpriced you can't find my suggestion.

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Post by JohnP »

Alright, I made a post: ... 0000004olV

You can vote this up, and maybe it'll go somewhere.

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Post by blaisepascal »

JohnP wrote:Alright, I made a post: ... 0000004olV

You can vote this up, and maybe it'll go somewhere.
The first comment by "Boods" is rather ignorant. I hope my comment helps fight against that ignorance.

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Post by classicpenny »


Well done. Thank you for doing this! I did sign on to Change dot Gov, and vote up the Polywell. I also emailed friends and relatives with whom I have discussed the Polywell, and I asked them to do the same.

Bill Flint

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