Is Nuclear Fusion a $22 Billion Scam?

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Endless energy. Zero waste. That’s what I found when researching nuclear fusion for the first time. I particularly fell in love with a project called the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, or ITER.

True masters are eternal students. nabil@nabilalouani.com

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Nabil Alouani

Nabil Alouani

True masters are eternal students. nabil@nabilalouani.com

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