Nuclear Power
1 view | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

US lab edges towards nuclear fusion - Telegraph.co.uk

US lab edges towards nuclear fusion - Telegraph.co.uk | Nuclear Power | Scoop.it
US lab edges towards nuclear fusion
Telegraph.co.uk
Experts say it marks a significant step towards full ignition – where the fusion reaction becomes self-sustaining and produces more energy than is needed to power the lasers.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

Nuclear Fusion In Our Time? Scientists Outline Hurdles To Potentially ... - International Business Times

Nuclear Fusion In Our Time? Scientists Outline Hurdles To Potentially ... - International Business Times | Nuclear Power | Scoop.it
International Business Times
Nuclear Fusion In Our Time? Scientists Outline Hurdles To Potentially ...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

Renewable, future energy technology still far from feasible - Arirang News

Renewable, future energy technology still far from feasible - Arirang News | Nuclear Power | Scoop.it
Renewable, future energy technology still far from feasible
Arirang News
That's enough to provide electricity to over 18-hundred households each year, and is equivalent to half the power generated by a single nuclear reactor.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

We're Close To Harnessing Nuclear Fusion

Nuclear fusion is AMAZING. It's set to revolutionize the way we power almost everything on the planet. And scientists are closer than ever to achieving a sus...
James Stephen Paoloni's insight:

Just a couple more years to go...

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

Nuclear fusion reactor produces more energy than it uses for the first time - Geek

Nuclear fusion reactor produces more energy than it uses for the first time - Geek | Nuclear Power | Scoop.it
Geek
Nuclear fusion reactor produces more energy than it uses for the first time
Geek
For the first time ever, a fusion reactor has produced more energy than it consumed.
James Stephen Paoloni's insight:

Renewable enrgy, here we come. 

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

Nuclear Fusion Reactors 'Possible' Report Scientists - But Not Yet - Huffington Post UK

Nuclear Fusion Reactors 'Possible' Report Scientists - But Not Yet - Huffington Post UK | Nuclear Power | Scoop.it
Nuclear Fusion Reactors 'Possible' Report Scientists - But Not Yet Huffington Post UK In one experiment, the NIF has been able to ignite a fusion reaction by focusing 192 laser beams, delivering 1.8 megajoules of energy and 500 terawatts of power...
James Stephen Paoloni's insight:

As long as it's clean, i'm happy with that. 

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

Fusion energy experiments inch closer to reality - Mother Nature Network

Fusion energy experiments inch closer to reality - Mother Nature Network | Nuclear Power | Scoop.it
Mother Nature Network
Fusion energy experiments inch closer to reality
Mother Nature Network
In stars like the sun, fusion occurs due to the immense weight of hydrogen gas that crushes together the protons at the sun's center to make helium.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

Taylor Wilson: My radical plan for small nuclear fission reactors

Taylor Wilson was 14 when he built a nuclear fusion reactor in his parents' garage. Now 19, he returns to the TED stage to present a new take on an old topic...
James Stephen Paoloni's insight:

That's nearly impossible.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

Global Nuclear Energy Capacity Reached 370 GW in 2012 - Daily Fusion

Global Nuclear Energy Capacity Reached 370 GW in 2012 - Daily Fusion | Nuclear Power | Scoop.it
Daily Fusion Global Nuclear Energy Capacity Reached 370 GW in 2012 Daily Fusion With the exception of the developing economies in Asia, nuclear power capacity remained relatively stable between the mid 1980s until the accident at the Fukushima...
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by James Stephen Paoloni from New Space
Scoop.it!

DOE, NASA testing fission reactor for spaceflight - CNET

DOE, NASA testing fission reactor for spaceflight - CNET | Nuclear Power | Scoop.it
Nanowerk LLCDOE, NASA testing fission reactor for spaceflightCNETDOE, NASA testing fission reactor for spaceflight. This uranium-based reactor would use nuclear fission energy to power small spacecraft and possibly installations on Mars.

Via Allen Taylor
James Stephen Paoloni's insight:

Sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen. 

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by James Stephen Paoloni
Scoop.it!

Nuclear Fusion Energy Research Inches Closer To Elusive Break-Even Point - Huffington Post

Nuclear Fusion Energy Research Inches Closer To Elusive Break-Even Point - Huffington Post | Nuclear Power | Scoop.it
Nuclear Fusion Energy Research Inches Closer To Elusive Break-Even Point Huffington Post Fusion differs from fission reactions, used in current nuclear power plants, where an atom spontaneously breaks up — the process of radioactive decay — and...
James Stephen Paoloni's insight:

We've nearly done it! Thank you, Science. 

more...
No comment yet.