Well, as more and more nuclear reactors seem to be having cooling pumping station troubles or other such plumbing problems, the plaintive cry is "why don't we have fusion yet?" After all, it's clean, cheap, much less dangerous than fission reactors (...er, that's right isn't it?). Well we've invested billions in the last few decades on chaining up fusion reactions, and still no breakthrough. Or so we're told. Or is there?

Well, consider the research expenditures, and the people doing it, in the following article, and see if something else jumps out at you:

Can one idea be energy\'s holy grail?

Note firstly the idea that fusion research such as this could lead to what "anti-fusionists" (for want of a better term), call a "pure fusion weapon.  In case you didn't know it, that's a hydrogen bomb that doesn't require an atom bomb for the "fuse," a concept that I wrote about a great deal in my book The Philosophers' Stone: Alchemy and the Secret Research for Exotic Matter. And that brings us to the second point.

I blogged about this company - General Fusion - a couple of years ago right on this website. But I want to draw your attention again to some interesting concepts in Laberge's "cheap fusion" approach: (1) it uses plasmas (2) in a magnetic field, and (3) shock waves to create the fusion energies - impossible by standard models of thermonuclear reactions - necessary to fuse atoms.

Let's assume for the sake of argument that Laberge's concept is true and engineerable. If so, then the first thing that it implies is that the fears of the anti-fusionists might just be a valid concern, for a technology such as described that could initiate fusion reactions might be adaptable to making h-bombs. And that would open up a proliferation nightmare. The a-bomb, the necessary fuse for an h-bomb in standard models of thermonuclear engineering, would become obsolete overnight.

But there is something else that should disturb the reader, and disturb him or her profoundly, for the concepts Laberge hopes to demonstrate are exactly those of the the Nazi physicist Dr. Ronald Richter, who claims to have discovered the principle of shock-wave driven fusion in experiments he did in the Third Reich in 1936. As readers of my The Nazi International will recall, Richter's principles for achieving fusion reactions were almost identical, with some notable and to my mind, important modifications.

...the mainstream media roundly denounced Richter in the early 1950s for being a scientific montebank and fraud; yet not, decades later, the same media is now citing scientists who, rather than heaping scorn on Laberge, have adopted a rather different attitude to the same concepts... Ponder all those implications long and hard, for they do not, to my mind, paint a very pretty picture...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. gary m on September 28, 2011 at 9:39 pm

    I find the whole fusion debate somewhat irrelevant. Nikola Tesla invented means for wireless electrical delivery that would have been able to give free and totally clean energy to the entire world. The powers that be ( I mean the people who really have the power the wealthy business interest) did not like this at all b/c of the freedom it would have allowed all of us. Free energy will probably never be allowed so whats the point ? Yeah maybe clean energy could be achieved but you can bet that will never happen until “god” I mean the great benefactors of humanity the BUSINESSES can find a way to totally corner the market control and use the power for political manipulation purposes want this.

  2. Karl on July 6, 2011 at 6:56 am

    Just finished reading Chris Dunn’s Giza Powerplant the second time. Let me put this out for discussion: the guys living in Egypt when the Great Pyramid was built – according to some old sources approximately 73,000 years ago – needed energy like we do. Only back then the degenerates either had not yet usurped humanity or had other methods to rip them off. The Great Pyramid could have been a fusion reactor – just read up what they scraped off the walls of the ”Queen’s Chamber” – which sent the energy produced to a satellite network for wireless distribution (shades of Wardencliff Tower). Black Knight enthusiasts will remember that story about an ancient satellite which was presumably inspected by pre-Nasa black ops in the mid-fifties, when officially there were no satellites in orbit yet. No wonder they used a lot of explosives on the Great Pyramid to make it conform to their loony preposterous claims. Fusion is not hard to do. The Pons and Fleischman thing has been repeated over six hundred times. It doesn’t work all the time and not in every location which might be one of the reasons for the Great Pyramid’s overengineering. It resonates with the Earth and has other resonators around it, perhaps to get it started, among other purposes?

    Any way one puts this, the kind folks withholding real technology from us in favor of poisonous hydrocarbons and explosion technology might be in for some explosions, themselves.

    By the way, good show on Camelot. Who is Miss Cassidy working for? I have some suggestions…


  3. MQ on July 5, 2011 at 2:07 pm

    I think we may have passed the point of “coincidence” on nuclear ‘incidents’:

  4. mike joesph gagnon on July 3, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    Hello, Dr.Farrell…..best regards and continue the fine work…… i feel were in the fourth reich…look at the gnp of the usa,(for war,at least) germany and japan.. next is the bear, dragon and eagle…is the usa a schitophernic double agent pseudo land ,the muscle and canada is its germ warfare,psy-op undercover couunter part? – personally I despise north -america. why did only
    japan get bombed? and how do the four stooges play a part? camp x -hitler-
    blavatsky and crowley? thanks joseph! take care.

  5. Jon Norris on June 29, 2011 at 10:52 pm

    There a re a number of things that struck me about this article.

    One, the paragraph near the beginning where they describe fusion is essentially the same words that have been used for nearly 60 years ( and are wrong, at least in part – fusion does not power the Sun). It starts off smelling like PR (the polite name for psychological warfare).

    Second, the guy comes out of direct mail marketing – not an industry known for honesty. But hey, I have worked in advertising and I’m deeply interested in these things, so I guess I can cut some slack on that one.

    The government is comfortable with this type of research because they know it will not lead anywhere (they will see to that).

    The U.S. military spends a whale of a lot more on “oil-related” things than 50 billion a year – can you say “Iraq?”

    It all just sounds like the same old “popular science” type of “someday this will power the world” kind of nonsense cranked out continuously by the media.All the usual bases are covered, and nothing is settled or decided. It’s like the usual “more research (i.e. funding for me) is needed” closer to most establishment research reports.

    The whole reason this project is treated so well (not like cold fusion), is that it is a known dead end or a rigged situation. Otherwise they would be all over it with hints and allegations of fraud and deceit, ala cold fusion. The tone is too temperate for it to be an actual threat to Big Oil.

    Also, it hits all the talking points – “green” concerns, weapon concerns, the future of our children, blah, blah, blah.

    If we can’t already do fusion today, given the billions and billions of dollars and huge investment in resources and staffing over that last 60-70 years, it is highly unlikely we ever will. I think it is just being used as a “moving goalpost” to keep us ever hopeful of plentiful energy in “the future.”

  6. Tim on June 29, 2011 at 10:05 pm

    The lines that jumped out at me were “Washington is comfortable that this technology provides no opportunities “for nuclear proliferation or advancement of other country’s weapons capability,” said Dunne. The development of commercial fusion, he says, has no defense applications.”

    How could you conclude this if fusion doesn’t exist? Unless you have fusion and have had it long enough to be able to study it and reach this conclusion,

  7. Ellirium113 on June 29, 2011 at 8:35 pm

    NASA had proposed using a microwave fusion propulsion system for future space flight which would use a mix of of deuterium and tritium. This fuel is found in abundance on the moon in regoliths thay are planning on mining.

    Microwave Fusion Propulsion System:

    Interestingly enough 3 people own the majority of the mineral rights on the moon:

    Heres where it starts to get really weird…2 of these guys work for an outfit called HYPERSTEALTH tech. that specializes in camoflage and holographic technology ( http://www.hyperstealth.com/specam/nxgen/index.html ) The other one works for DARK SOLAR CORP. (Interesting name for a company….could this group be associated to the Reich of the Black Sun?) which works on highly secretive exotic technology (Another striking similarity).

    Also all 3 of these guys are directly involved with HAARP:

    This is very convienient if you wanted to keep a mining operation on the moon a secret. They definitely have the means to do so. I am keeping close tabs on these 3 guys.

  8. MattB on June 29, 2011 at 7:42 pm

    This jumped out Joseph:

    “The government did look at this in some detail,” said Dunne, who added that there are always fringe groups who are suspicious of “nefarious activities” when it comes to nuclear research.

    Let me guess, Sehr böse bösen Jungs in schwarze!

  9. Dalton on June 29, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    Isn’t that similar to the papp engine method Joseph? As I recall Fennyman eventually settled out of court for the death caused at the demonstration that papp insisted was the result of sabotage?

  10. HAL838 on June 29, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    We DO have Cold Fusion and so many are tapping into all kinds of energy

    (cold fusion, from the [Tesla] earth, plasma, the EM field and even the vacuum—-
    aether, quantum foam-whatever your personal pet name for it)
    and CAN’T GET A PATENT that some (who remain alive in spite of it…uhoh) run their own homes on it and sell EXCESS to their local electric company.

    Do you get it?
    Things are worse than you think, Joseph, about who, what and
    how the world works and runs.

  11. Citizen Quasar on June 29, 2011 at 12:26 pm

    I wouldn’t believe ANYTHING the “mainstream media” says. It the “mainstream media” says anything then I automatically put it down in the “lie” column.

    As a matter of fact, I don’t refer to the “mainstream media” as “mainstream media” anymore because it is NOT the “mainstream media.” It is the “corporate media” and it is 99% owned (in the U.S. anyway) by a maximum of five corporations and spouts NOTHING but New World Order blather and propaganda.

    If one bothers to look at (verifiable? statistics, one will find that the internet is now the mainstream media. Accurate news is obtained from sites like this one and the new reporter is anyone with a video camera and a YouTube account.

  12. MQ on June 29, 2011 at 10:09 am

    Didn’t Philo Farnsworth (inventor of the TV) also have some softball sized device that ran fusion energy?

    More fun with nukes:

    • Jon Norris on June 29, 2011 at 10:34 pm

      Yes, the Farnsworth Fusor, and it was supposedly quite successful, small and inexpensive.

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