The search for free energy sources is considered the holy grail of energy. Scholars have devoted lifetimes to understanding and recreating different
energy sources. There is a source being tested right now across the nation to give the world free energy. A definite source that will pay off in the
near future. The source is referred to as inertial fusion in the science community but in layman's terms it's called Star Power. Fusion is the
newest and greatest energy source for reactors across the globe but it currently costs more electrical energy to produce fusion then fusion produces.
That's the break even point. We are at the effieient break even point and in the coming months it is time to place your bets on which laboratory will
produce it first.
The east coast standard is the magnetic fusion reactor in Princeton, NJ The Princeton Plasma Physics Lab heats its hydrogen tritium and deuteranium
atoms up by sending them vaulting through time and space in a small reactor where they are meant to collide and create new atoms of helium and a free
electron of energy using magnetic coils. These magnetic coils create a plasma space around the reactor core that allows the heat and electrons to be
collected before hitting the walls of the reactor and dissapating the energy. As technologies increase of fusion magnetic coils this method becomes
more and more efficient. In fact it just did this month! New super conducting magnetic cabling configurations have just been developed and I'm sure
Princeton is top on the list to receive these new enhancements. The news coverage of their reactor this week speaks for itself.
Or perhaps you like California Oranges instead of Florida Navel Oranges.... What are the differences? Of oranges, I think they just spray paint the
ones in California, in nuclear energy development they believe in lasers. The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has a project that seems even
more successful then the PPPL project. The use over 200 lasers in specific configurations to speed up the hydrogen atoms at just the right time and to
just the right speed to make babies. While we are waiting for our hydro grows of marijuana in Colorado and or kids who we'd name Jen and Adam we can
take a look at their progress. During the government shutdown they crossed the 99.9% efficient barrier in creating as much electrical energy as was
used to start a fusion reaction. Champagne bottles were not popped, unfortunately. New ideas on how to make it even more efficient were developed,
however, at this years
Annual Fusion Power Associations Conference. When the National Ignition Facility team returns to LLNL for the winter session it has many variations of
it's high efficiency tests to make it surpass the break through, or as they put it ignition point, and provide the world with free energy from
Annual Fusion Power Association Conference Coverage:
Breakthough during Government Shutdown:
So where is all this energy I'm spending to write this article going? How would you use free energy? Free energy will be transferred all thorugh the
country bringing new light to the dark areas of our minds and homes. Our electric cars will be so economical, gas engines will be archaic and used
only by collectors. Our bills for everything will be calculated down to the joule and we will only be paying for the readily available hydrogen needed
for the reactions. Our space shuttles and planes will change over to electric. Even our kitchens will eventually be transformed to use induction based
heat, which is the best available anyway. But the most important project that we have never been able to realize will be.
Warp Drive. I preach alot on it. I hope it is possible with quantum entanglement experiments, and look forward to the never ending possible
consequences of having it, including moving my future in-laws to the next solar system. Sorry there is no WiFi on Centauri Prime. Every good scientist
knows of the Alcubiurre Drive. Some believe in Dr. White's thesis that it cam be created with one third the energy originally needed, which is still
more energy then the planet combined could create. But this... this... this talk of free energy returns my thoughts to the Cashmir Effect and how much
energy really would be needed to create a warp bubble. What would it do? Pop? Who knows, it's unstudied.
Will the next year bring us to the era of free energy and inertial fusion? Definitely, Yes.
Will the next decade bring us to the era of interstellar travel? I hope so, and it does seem possible.