[Editor’s note: I suspect this Tokomak-based ‘hot fusion’ reactor is nothing more than an expensive diversion to keep people looking the wrong way and prolonging the usage of hydrocarbon fuels.
You see, ‘cold fusion’ has been known to work in the lab for half a century, before the infamous Pons & Fleischmann discovery in the late 80s that was killed off.
The man who killed off the Pons & Fleischmann avenue of cold fusion research was none other other than Stephen Jones, who would later find infamy as the chief disinfo agent spreading lies to hide the nuclear truth of the 9-11 attacks.
Jones invented the ‘nanothermite’ myth to cover up the iron oxides found in the dust samples from the WTC, oxides he knew would be present in the dust because he had been deeply involved in designing the special demolition nukes used. Jones knew those nukes had a special iron oxide casing and that residue from it would be found in the dust, so he invented the nanothermite lie to explain this away.
A decade earlier, Jones had been similarly employed to destroy cold fusion research and he was selected for that role for the same reason – he had been involved in the development and design of advanced nuclear warheads and it was through that research that US scientists had already discovered cold fusion was possible.
So when Pons & Fleischmann over in England announced to the world they had achieved cold fusion in their lab, Jones was the man they put on the job to stimy their efforts ASAP.
There are two huge reasons why cold fusion has to be kept from us, hidden in the black worll. Firstly, the obvious – that it would give us clean, cheap energy and remove any need to burn hydrocarbons, hence destroying the current oil based economy.
Secondly, research into cold fusion would inevitably lead to discovering that it was possible to build nuclear fission-fusion explosive devices simply and cheaply, meaning anyone with a fairly well equipped machine shop and the right ingredients can whip up a small nuke. You don’t need weapons grade plutonium or uranium either, spent reactor fuel rods can be used for one type of bomb, other metals like lithium, thorium and polonium are also used in more complex designs.
But would they spend all those billions on a pointless project, going so far as to actually build a reactor, just to hide the truth about cold fusion from us? Maybe, some say NASA and all those big fireworks it plays with largely exists to hide the truth about anti-gravity, field propulsion a and host of other advanced tech they don’t want us to get our hands on for a while yet. Ian]