Jun 24, 2016
Posted by Andreas Matt in categories: chemistry, climatology, nuclear energy, particle physics
To start a fusion reaction, you have to create extreme conditions. A combination of stellar temperatures, incredible pressures and lightning-quick energy dumps have all been tried to create these conditions, with varying degrees of success.
In this post, we’ll look at a low-cost, low-energy method of achieving nuclear fusion. It’s not Cold Fusion, it’s Gun Fusion.
Understanding what’s difficult