We May Have Stable Fusion Power Plasmas Earlier than a Stable Financial System
Joel Dejean, Paul Gallagher, and Dr. Ned Rosinsky
May 20—Relatively small scientific develop ment teams have recently forecast that they are on the path to generation of fusion power at commercial levels by the end of this decade. For example, in the words of the CEO of one of these groups, Los Angeles-based TAE Technologies’ Michl Binderbauer, fusion power is the answer to this question: “Over the next 25 years we’re going to double power demand in the world. So, the question is, how is that going to get generated?” This is a more powerful idea than that of nations planning to spend those 25 years just achieving a first demonstration reactor for fusion power technology.