The world's new energy source.
May 5th, 2016
Hydrogen Isotopes join to release energy.
Nuclear Fusion Lab
Not the one for the University of Whatitis, of course. That one is top secret.
The sun and all stars are examples of nuclear fusion.
What is Nuclear Fusion?
Fusion or Fission?
Just like with nuclear fission, there are safety concerns. After all, nuclear fusion is what powers the ultra impactful hydrogen bomb and even the sun. However, since humanity is using unclean forms of energy at an irreplaceable rate, it has become critically important to find an energy source that is sustainable and less damaging to the environment. Nuclear fusion might just be the answer.
Without the current restrictions on energy production, technology may evolve at an exponential rate. With the abundance, energy prices would also drop, making it easier for poorer regions of the world to have access to electricity and all of its benefits.