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In Part 1 of this series, I introduced the reader to a promising innovative approach to nuclear fusion, utilizing a small, inexpensive device called the dense plasma focus (DPF).
The firm LLP Fusion, founded by plasma physicist Eric Lerner, has succeeded in producing large numbers of fusion reactions and record temperatures of 2.8 billion degrees with the DPF. In many respects, the Lerner device can compete with fusion experiments costing a hundred times more. How is this possible?
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