Tag Archives: Fusion

Video
Space Nuclear Power Protests

Nuclear activists led by activist Bruce Gagnon picket the STAIF conference to raise awareness on the dangers of nuclear propulsion and the weaponization of space, which is rapidly becoming one of the new hot-button political issues of the 21st century….

Read more →
Video
Sean Knecht on Space Fusion Drives

Sean Knecht from the University of Washington joins us to speak about his presentation on using a Dense Plasma Focus for use in fusion-propulsion applications. This study was performed as part of a USAF advanced military aerospace vehicle concept study….

Read more →
Video
Paul Czsyz on Hypersonic Aircraft and Fusion Drives

Professor Paul Czysz is the former Chief Scientist for the National Aerospace Plane Project, and currently holds the position of Professor Emeritus at Saint Louis University’s Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. Our interview focuses on his role at NASP,…

Read more →
Article
Michael McDonnough on NanoFusion Energy

Three years ago, Betavoltaic Industries was poised for success as a next-generation energy startup working past the bleeding edge and getting startling results. With products in development for both stimulated beta-decay nuclear batteries and a radical new vision for LENR…

Read more →
Article
Stanislav Adamenko on Proton 21’s Fusion Research

By subjecting a copper electrode to a gigawatt pulse of energy, Dr. Stanislav Adamenko believes that he’s found a new form of fusion that occurs inside a millimeter sized plasma that forms in the electrode. Has Adamenko finally cracked the…

Read more →
Audio
Steven Krivit on Cold-Fusion & LENR

Steven Krivit, Editor of the New Energy Times, joins us to talk about Cold Fusion and the 2004 Department of Energy Study on Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR). Krivit also talks about the independent research taking place in the area of…

Read more →
Audio
Michael McDonnough on Portable Nuclear Energy

The CEO of Betavoltaic, Inc describes a revolutionary new form of nuclear-energy derived from stimulated beta-decay breakdown. We also discuss the Plasmavolt, a promising new inertial-confinement fusion generator with operating characteristics similar to cold-fusion & direct electrical output. The concept of beta-decay is a…

Read more →
Audio
Robert Bussard on Fusion Power

Dr. Robert Bussard shares his vision for clean, affordable fusion power. The late Dr. Bussard was a founding member of America’s fusion power establishment, spent over 20 years developing the Polywell fusor, which he claimed to generate over 100,000 times…

Read more →
Article
Stanislav Adamenko on Nucleosynthesis

Dr. Stanislav Adamenko is the director of Proton 21, a Ukrainian nuclear research lab experimenting with nucleosynthesis, the process of building atoms from the ground up. They’ve devised a new process for nucleosynthesis that’s initiated by accelerated electrons to create a…

Read more →
Page 2 of 212