Mar 22, 2019
After the first generation of nuclear fusion reactors had
profound instabilities, and couldn't confine the plasma for long
enough to achieve their aims, the world began to realise that
fusion might not be just ten years away from reality - and the
whole field sank into the doldrums... until a very Soviet
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