Of course I believe there is an ongoing conspiracy to delay the creation of a commercial Nuclear Fusion Reactor.
The official timetable for a fusion reaction has be 50 years out for a least 50 years running, and is still 50 years out.
Now, in recent times there is a young man working for Lockheed Martin claiming to have an idea for a truck trailer sized Fusion Reactor that will happen much sooner.
However, in the first video I saw of this, it was stated that he / they would have a working prototype reactor in 5 years, first to be delivered to the US military, then one to the commercial sector 10 years out.
The last time I saw the same Lockheed Martin man interviewed it was 10 years out for the military version and 20 years out for the commercial version.
That puts it out to 2035.
See what I mean.
That gives them plenty of time to change the timeline to 2050 or whatever.
A the end of the video Robert L. Hirsch says we should be looking at a commercial Fusion Reactor by the beginning of the 21st century. Still nothing solid to report.
Everyone seems to be stating that we need a fuel other than pure hydrogen to use in the reaction.
By not using pure hydrogen we have 2 negatives:
- Non-pure Hydrogen reaction produces some radioactivity
- Will not allow direct to electricity creation. Will need to heat steam to make electricty
I think the making of a Fusion Reactor can be done now.
We need to band together and make it happen ourselves.
No governments, no military, no corporations, no globalists.