Consider specific people in the fusion research community, business, or politics who should be made aware of polywell research, and how we might reach them.

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Postby Zixinus » Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:33 pm

I've made a topic in There are allot of fellow geeks there, most of them would be interested in helping Polywell, if they could be convinced.

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Postby tonybarry » Tue Jul 17, 2007 12:35 pm

I had a look in. Good effort Zix. KUTGW. I agree about the cranks ... oftentimes in science, the cranks cause more trouble than you'd realise. I recall a recent paper about the beneficial effects of echinacaea ... the cranks have had a field day with ech, garlic, etc, and when a real study gets underway the researchers have a hard job convincing the journals even to look at it.


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Postby Nanos » Tue Jul 17, 2007 2:16 pm

I had trouble a while ago convincing journalist friends of mine that this was real;

Broadband over gas piping.

Not helped when one of them phoned and no one answered either.

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