pfrit wrote:The only two reasons that I have not done so is that I am lazy and it strikes me as somewhat tacky.
I can't be bothered because I feel can largely anticipate the tehcnical reply (even if one was forthcoming): I reckon it is very very little more than is already in the public domain.
Not sure what you mean by 'tacky' - d'you mean like being a 'troublesome' taxpayer who asks where their money is going? Real tacky!! Polywell money is US tax money, not mine. (I already give the recipients of my UK tax money plenty to choke on over their lunchtime 'fully-funded' caviar and champagne. Local govt., national govt. police, &c.... I don't really have the time, but someone's gotta remind them what the words 'master' and 'servant' mean because the general-unwashed seem to kowtow to their 'Authorities' every whim in the Western world these days, mainly out of fear of some form of administrative [or other?] retribution, it seems. Have a bit of back bone! Go on! Be tacky and ask what your money is being used for!!!)