Point out news stories, on the net or in mainstream media, related to polywell fusion.
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http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/20 ... ysics.html
"The cluster's atmosphere is full of ions such as Fe XXV, Si XIV, and S XV. Each one produces a 'bump' or 'line' in the x-ray spectrum, which we can map using Chandra," Bulbul explains. "These spectral lines are at well-known x-ray energies." Yet, in 2012 when Bulbul added together 17 day's worth of Chandra data, a new line popped up where no line should be. "A line appeared at 3.56 keV (kilo-electron volts) which does not correspond to any known atomic transition," she says. "It was a great surprise."
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Helium, first discovered in the sun.
, a previously unknown spectral line for highly ionized iron.
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It's the exhaust from the Heart of Gold's Improbability Drive. We're all doomed! We'll all be turned into petunias!
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quixote wrote:Not again!
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very, very, intriguing...