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Germany's New Nuclear Fusion Reactor SHOCKS The Entire Industry!

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Germany's New Nuclear Fusion Reactor SHOCKS The Entire Industry!

Nuclear Fusion has potential beyond what you can imagine. It has the
potential to power the stars. It can offer practically infinite energy with zero
carbon emissions if it can be recreated on Earth. And unlike the current
nuclear fission technology, Nuclear Fusion does not produce any long-term
radioactive waste.
For decades, the technology has appeared to be just out of reach, yet the
reward is so great that billions of dollars continue to flow into the field.
However, Germany’s foremost plasma research facility has set a new record
with its new Nuclear Fusion Reactor, demonstrating that we are moving
closer to the wonderful objective of fusion power – an almost endless source
of clean, renewable energy.

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Major breakthrough on nuclear fusion energy – BBC News

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European scientists say they have made a major breakthrough in their quest to develop practical nuclear fusion – the energy process that powers the stars.

The UK-based JET laboratory has smashed its own world record for the amount of energy it can extract by squeezing together two forms of hydrogen.

If nuclear fusion can be successfully recreated on Earth it holds out the potential of virtually unlimited supplies of low-carbon, low-radiation energy.

The experiments produced 59 megajoules of energy over five seconds, more than double what was achieved in similar tests back in 1997.

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Nuclear power was a major discovery of the 20th century. Today, it continues to play an important role regarding the future energy mix, climate change, innovation, and proliferation. In fact, we observe an increasing interest in nuclear power to combat fossil fuel emissions and climate change. Bill Gates, Microsoft Co-founder and philanthropist, is investing in so-called “new” nuclear technology, and Frank Thelen, a well-know German VC investor, consiers nuclear power sustainable and a key for decarbonization. So do some countries, like China, Russia, and the United States. Even the Fridays-For-Future movement (FFF) is engaged in this discussion.

In this TEDxTUBerlin talk, I take a different position. As an industrial engineer and political economist, I deploy an interdisciplinary approach: I provide technological arguments, in combination with economic analysis and I address the long-term dream about the “potential” of nuclear power that prevails since 1945, but in reality has never come true. Prof. Dr. Christian von Hirschhausen is a German economist and currently the chairman of the Workgroup for Infrastructure Policy (WIP) at Berlin Institute of Technology (TU Berlin). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at