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Comment: Science (Score 0) 358

by Atyq (#41379015) Attached to: Fusion Power Breakthrough Near At Sandia Labs?
Hi, No, see as you approach feasibility, your likelihood of being bough by a competing producer to be extinguished (see gasoline) becomes multitudes greater. You will never actually reach production with things like this, for the same reason you will never reach a wall by moving in increments of 1/2. Tee short of it, there is too much money to be made to have something as valuable as energy become a low-cost commodity. Hope that this answer to this post is helpful for most of you ;). Best regards, Atyq

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