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UCLA demonstrates desktop nuclear FUSION

April 28th, 2005 Leave a comment Go to comments

UCLA demonstrates desktop nuclear fusion | The Register

Just in case you were wondering, here’s the recipe for your own desktop fusion:

“The recipe for UCLA nuclear fusion is as follows: Bathe lithium tantalate in deuterium gas. Cool to -33°C. Heat to 7°C over three-and-a-half minutes. Wait for electric field to ‘accelerate deuterium nuclei over a distance of 1 centimetre to energies in excess of 100 kiloelectronvolts’. Watch as nuclei then collide and fuse with deuterium nuclei that had ‘permeated the surface of the crystal lattice’.”

*scribble… scribble…* Right… I’ll get right on that. Now where the hell did my lithium tantalate go?

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