Mar 15, 2019
In 1958, to great fanfare, the ZETA experiment at Harwell
announced that they had achieved thermonuclear reactions,
controlled in the lab. It was considered a huge breakthrough along
the road towards nuclear fusion, and tabloids at the time trumpeted
the experiment as allowing "limitless energy from sea water", and
called it "Britain's Sputnik". But not everyone was
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