posted on Aug, 13 2008 @ 07:02 AM
After decades of research and pretty much nothing to show for it experimental fusion reactors haven't come anyware close to producing sustainable
fusion, let alone a means to extract or use the energy they produce. Does anyone think the current energy crisis will boost interest and funding into
the various fusion projects like ITER(tokomak fusion reactors), stellarators, shperemoks, dense plasma focus, and intertial electrostatic confinment
to the point where we get something that actually works? Or is practical fusion go to be another 50 years of into the future, just like experts said
50 years ago?