Post Tagged with: "ITER"

Base of the ITER Tokamak, delivered by India this month.

A New Focus on Fusion Energy

By Nancy Spannaus July 27, 2019—While we in the United States struggle to save our nuclear plants (Fortunately, Ohio legislators just saved two of them for a while), international attention is appropriately shifting toward the next crucial generation of power production, thermonuclear fusion energy. Fusion development represents the kind of […]

by July 28, 2019 News
The Wendelstein Stellerator

Nuclear Fusion Breakthrough in Germany

July 6, 2018—On June 25, the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics announced that its WENDELSTEIN 7-X stellerator has achieved a world record in plasma temperature, density, and pulses, following an up-grade of the machine. Wendelstein 7-X, located in Greifswald, Germany, is the largest stellerator-type fusion experiment in the world. It […]

by July 6, 2018 News Shorts, Uncategorized
The Bank of New York Mellon, one of the huge banks aided by S. 2155.

News Shorts for March 19-25, 2018

  New Bank Deregulation Bill Would Hasten New Financial Crash March 18, 2018—If you listen to the apologists for S. 2155, the bank deregulation bill that passed the U.S. Senate 67 to 31 on March 14, you will be told that this legislation is being passed as a boon to […]

by March 18, 2018 News Shorts