This is coolbert:
YES, previous I was very skeptical. NOW I must give serious consideration to the matter. Fusion power as a do-able entity closer than we think? And having an aviation application?
Thanks to the tip from Freeper and the article in the War Zone the article by Joseph Trevithick
"China Touts Fusion Progress As New Details On Lockheed Martin's Reactor Emerge"
"Chinese state researchers and the multi-national corporation are both aiming to be first to develop practical fusion power sometime in the 2020s"
"China, which is reportedly hard at work on a host of advanced technologies for both military and civilian applications, has given foreign journalists a close look at its potentially revolutionary fusion energy project, which they claim has produced the longest man-made nuclear reaction of this type ever. The tour came as additional details have come to light regarding another advanced fusion reactor program at Lockheed Martin, which recently obtained a patent for portions of its own design."
DESIGNS ON PAPER ARE NOT MERELY DESIGNS ON PAPER? SOMETHING MIND-BOGGLING AND EARTH-SHAKING IS OCCURRING HERE? WHO KNOWS! STILL I REMAIN SKEPTICAL.