A year on are the folks at Lawrencevile Plasma Physics any closer to positive fusion? They're getting warmer.
This article is a follow-up on a previous one that I wrote over a year ago, The Experiment that May Change the World, regarding the Lawrenceville Plasma Physics (LPP) company's effort to achieve net positive energy from a Dense Plamsa Focus Fusion device using the Boron to Helium nuclear reaction.
Earlier this week the scientists at LPP realeased a progress report announcing that they have achieved a very significant milestone. They have repeatedly achieved to rigorous scientific standards the billon degrees + temperature required for Boronic fusion in their device.
Although it should be noted that these temperatures were not achieved with Boron but with Deuterium (a hydrogen atom with an extra neutron).