US Advances in Nuclear Fusion, Paving the way for Infinite Clean Energy
The experience of nuclear integration in Lawrence Levermore National Laboratory in California has managed to achieve “ clear energy gains ” for the first time in history – a huge scientific penetration that has the ability to reshape the global political geography and to change the game in the fight against change. Time.
The news was reported for the first time on Sunday by Financial Times. The US Energy Ministry should publish the official announcement tomorrow. Nuclear integration consists in making hydrogen atoms at high speed – the same reaction that provides the sun – then use the energy resulting from this process to produce electricity.
It is a technique different from that used in nuclear stations today, which works on the basis of nuclear fission (separation of atoms). The energy generated in the fusion does not produce radioactive waste, because the result of the process is helium, which is not radioactive and does not represent a danger to generate explosions. For this reason, many experts call technology “Holy Cup” for energy production.
This technology also allows the production of huge amounts of energy using a small amount of hydrogen as a fuel, which makes it almost an absolute source of energy. Until recently, scientists have not reached net electricity production in laboratory tests-that is to say the generation of energy of nuclear integration than the quantity consumed to carry out the process.
According to the Financial Times, this has happened for the first time in recent weeks, when Lawrence Levermor Laboratory has managed to produce 1.2 times more energy than the consumer – or 2.5 MB of energy. (In August 2021, Levermor had managed to manage 1.3 megabols, which has been a record number so far, but not a net profit).
Yesterday, the laboratory said in a press release that initial data indicate the “success” of experience, but the exact amount of energy generated is still confirmed. “If this penetration in nuclear integration is correct, it can change the rules of the game for the world,” wrote the American deputy Ted Liu on Twitter on weekends after the journalist at Pinnasall Times.
Earlier this year, the other American Congress, Democrat Don Bayer, said at a white home conference that nuclear integration was “holy climate change and the future of carbon”. “Perhaps even more important, nuclear merger has the ability to recover more citizens of the world more than any other idea since the fire has been discovered.”
Although potential penetration is a glimmer of hope, nuclear integration technology is still at least 10 years to be a commercial source of electricity, according to Euronews.
Lawrence Levermor has been forced to use one of the largest types of lasers in the world to carry out its experiences, and the process requires hard materials to produce. In addition, the equipment necessary to convert energy resulting from the integration into electricity which can be injected into the network has not been developed.