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Fusion not fission
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RE: Fusion not fission
(02-09-2022 07:44 AM)Cucumber Salad Wrote:  https://www.cnn.com/2022/02/09/uk/nuclea...index.html

Great article. Fusion as a source of energy will make oil, gas, and coal obsolete. In addition to solar, wind and electric sources, the world is going to transition to these safer, cleaner methods of producing energy. It is inevitable. Talking with a forecaster of energy futures, he stated that gas vehicles with be a thing of the past with a few exceptions. All efforts by automobile manufacturers are focusing on electric cars. This was evidenced in all the adds for electric cars by various manufacturers during the super bowl.
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