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Comment: Re:Of course (Score 0) 78

by RevSpaminator (#49143109) Attached to: OPSEC For Activists, Because Encryption Is No Guarantee
A friend of mine has worked installing automotive glass for years. Every time someone asks him, "I want a sun roof but how I do I keep it from leaking?" his response is simple. "If you don't want leaks, don't cut a hole in the roof of your car." I've watched the computer industry over the last 30+ years and if there is anything to be learned from history, there is no such thing a "secure" system. Wanna keep a secret? Don't write it down and don't tell anyone.

+ - Does Lockheed Martin Really Have a Breakthrough Fusion Machine?->

Submitted by Mr D from 63
Mr D from 63 (3395377) writes "Some followup to the recent /. article on this topic;

Lockheed Martin’s announcement last week that it had secretly developed a promising design for a compact nuclear fusion reactor has met with excitement but also skepticism over the basic feasibility of its approach.

Ian Hutchinson, a professor of nuclear science and engineering at MIT, says he was only able to comment on what Lockheed has released—some pictures, diagrams, and commentary, which can be found here. “Based on that, as far as I can tell, they aren’t paying attention to the basic physics of magnetic-confinement fusion energy. And so I’m highly skeptical that they have anything interesting to offer,” he says...

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