If it’s not science until it’s reproduceable, then tabletop “pyroelectric” crystal-based nuclear fusion just became science. This is not the ubiquitious cheap power you might at first think of when you hear fusion, but a device whose commercial appeal lies in it’s ability to create neutrons.
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Wasn’t this mentioned as a possible new space propulsion? Or was that the “focus fusion”?
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