Today's story consists not of one, but of several, articles shared by K.M. dealing with the topic of fusion, both hot and cold. And the focus here is on the question that forms the title of today's blog, Whither Fusion?

Hot fusion via plasma containment in strong magnetic fields has been the focus of fusion research since the basic concept was first proposed in the 1950s. And every now and then one hears of stories of this or that institution in Europe or China achieving sustained reactions... for a few seconds, far below the time needed for development of practical hot fusion power.  The main focus of attention on these efforts in recent years has been, and remains, the international consortium building the ITER hot fusion reactor in France.

The bad news is, ITER has now announced yet another delay in its schedule for "first plasma", now pushing the date  back to 2025 according to the article below:

According to the article, the delay is caused by "late deliveries" of components, and "to some extent" by the covid planscamdemic. Forgive me for indulging in a bit of semi-humourous high octane speculation, but I cannot help but think that Mr. Globaloney is capable of turning even this delay into a means for driving the planscamdemic narrative: "Want limitless low cost fusion energy? Get vaccinated now, and we might let you have it." The non-humorous part of that speculation is that I believe they're entirely capable of doing it, and might even be prepping that narrative. After all, they are the ones connecting the planscamdemic with their "great reset" and in my opinion to the possibility that the injections contain tracking and behavior modification systems on the nano-scale.

All of this makes me wonder if in fact we're being told the complete story by ITER, or if they've run into problems with the whole concept that they're not disclosing. After all, I've mentioned on numerous occasions that the problem with magnetically contained hot fusion is what if the containment suddenly fails?

In the meantime, however, work and interest in cold fusion suddenly revives at more or less the same time in the past few years. Consider these stories, also shared by K.M.:

Spacecraft of the Future Could Be Powered By Lattice Confinement Fusion NASA researchers demonstrate the ability to fuse atoms inside room-temperature metals

Google revives controversial cold-fusion experiments

Whether it's cold fusion or low-energy nuclear reactions, US Navy researchers have reopened the case

Cold Fusion - Part 2: Japan Wins by Systematic Approach

As the last of the above articles indicates, Japan has long been the leader in systematic cold fusion research, not allowing it to be subject to the fits and starts, the on-again off-again, approach that has prevailed in the west.

All of these stories bring me to my off-the-end-of-the-high-octane-speculation-twig hypothesis of the day, for which - let it be noted - I have no evidence, but only an intuition that perhaps the ITER story (and its endless delays) is intimately related to the cold fusion story. The one thing that seems to link all cold fusion experiments is the impregnation of deuterium and so in within the lattice structure of metals, leading some to propose the idea that cold fusion is assisted by that lattice work in what some call LANRs, or Lattice-Assisted Nuclear Reactions. For years I've speculated that a similar phenomenon might be the real explanation of the discrepancies between predicted and actual yields of early thermonuclear detonations, the most famous being the Castle Bravo and Castle  Koon tests of the 1950s. With respect to the former, the yield of the device ran away to about double the predicted yield, and in the case of the latter the actual yield was far below its predicted yield. The public explanation for the Castle Bravo anomalies was that our nuclear scientists did not think that lithium-7 would enter the reaction, a view I find untenable since the US Air Force interviewed the German physicist Ronald Richter prior to Castle Bravo, and he made it clear he was getting results with lithium-7. In any case, I suspected then and still suspect that these detonations act as transducers of the lattice work of space-time for a moment and hence the anomalous yields. Another possibility is that LANR types of reactions also occurred as nuclear fuel impregnated itself into the metals of the devices, that is to day, perhaps both types of lattice-reactions reactions occurred.  Perhaps something like that speculation might lie behind the endless delays of hot fusion, and perhaps, in the experiments run thus far, they have encountered anomalies indicating that anomalously high energy is produced outside of predictions, indicating unknown sources for it, and causing hot fusion delays because they've encountered something unknown, and causing them to re-think their hot fusion confidence.

The bottom line is that I suspect they've encountered "something" in those hot fusion experiments, and realize that it may be related to the cold fusion phenomenon, and that they need time to figure out what it is before they fire up things like ITER, with potentially disastrous results. In short, they need a cover story for the delays.

See you on the flip side...


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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 Comment

  1. Michael UK on October 10, 2021 at 3:49 am

    Regarding the Castle Bravo hydrogen nuclear bomb test in the Marshall Islands 1st March 1954. It was notorious!
    Can they stop Castles in the Sky in the 21st Century?

  2. zendogbreath on October 9, 2021 at 9:36 pm

    What happened to Rossi’s E-CAT?

  3. Loxie Lou Davie on October 9, 2021 at 5:09 pm

    I refer back to David Adair & his research…..he did invent a fusion containment engine which was tested back in 1971 under the direction of Gen. LeMay. We already “know” about a lot of things, but our “system”, up until now, has kept a tight lid on any improvements for The Public, at large!!

    We have to wait & see which “side” wins the Reset Battle!! 😉

  4. simonjester on October 9, 2021 at 3:50 am

    Fusion power is just twenty years away and always will be.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 9, 2021 at 4:33 am

      I always thought, that rabbit holes were made, by giant carrots, when Alice went big and small.

  5. anakephalaiosis on October 9, 2021 at 2:26 am

    When financiers of doomsday weapons are in the needle business also, one goes rabbit hunting.

    No need to hurry outcome, when globalist madness is so desperately looking, for an upper hand.

    Sugar in gas tank gives the globalists sweet nightmares, being stuck in a noose of own making.

    Karma is a doorknob necktie.

  6. marcos toledo on October 8, 2021 at 8:33 pm

    May I recommend both the original story and Twilight Zone episode “It’s A Good Life” by Richard Matherson and the tv episode starring a 3-year-old Billy Mummy if you what to know the mindset of our elites. As for fusion that might be a dead-end technology or like most of our technology it has been throttled to keep it stuck put in hibernation so to speak to have an excuse to murder most of humanity and turn the survivors into helots and thralls. Let’s face the best description of our elites would be sadists

  7. Richard on October 8, 2021 at 7:42 pm

    In one’s view, if detonations are anything, they’re extremely disruptive of coherent magnetospheres and applicable magnetic fields from large mass objects. It would seem that when an otherwise stable magnetic field is then disturbed by a chaotic detonation, waves and fields bare the brunt of it. Ignorance in those matters of fission are still being fathomed.

    If fields and wave emanations are used to navigate or maintain a corporeal presence as well as their minute own fields, any with a heart rate and brain wave activity, are likely susceptible to that chaos and distortion they generate besides the superficial heat damage usually attributable to hot emissions.

    Containment seems the requisite that isn’t in the supply chain yet.

    Of course, there may have been expertise lost during the current pandemic and that has yet to be adjusted to just as supply chain issues need to be determined. Supply chains, of course, require people to run them.

    There may be other designs inhibiting progress and the question goes begging, “What are they?”

    From #56: https://news.newenergytimes.net/2020/10/31/the-question-fusion-scientists-dont-want-to-answer/

    “There are good reasons for the general mode of thinking by fusion experts.

    [First], most fusion experts are plasma physicists. This is a discipline almost exclusively associated with scientific research. It’s been that way for 70 years. Fusion experts are generally not nuclear engineers, who work in a field primarily associated with real, working, practical nuclear fission reactors.

    [Second,] fusion experts know that no reactor design, including that of ITER, has ever approached the possible range in which a practical output would be a reasonable conversation topic — but none of the fusion scientists I asked wanted to tell me that directly.”

    “These fusion experts were consistently unable or unwilling to respond accurately to the most likely question any journalist might ask. This gap has contributed greatly to the spread of false information about fusion progress for decades.”

  8. Apeiron on October 8, 2021 at 2:45 pm

    Nuclear power plants do not grow over night, indeed even a regular plant takes at least a decade to be build.
    Even France fails to finish its new Flamanville EPR 3rd generation fission power plant; quote from Wikipedia:
    “A third reactor at the site, an EPR unit, began construction in 2007 with its commercial introduction scheduled for 2012. As of 2020 the project is more than five times over budget and years behind schedule. Various safety problems have been raised, including weakness in the steel used in the reactor. In July 2019, further delays were announced, pushing back the commercial date to the end 2022.”

    Also, I’ve heard from an wellknown french nuclear engineer that the deployment for nuclear fusion is rather to be expected for the end of the century, arguing that instead it’s fourth generation nuclear fission that is to be developped first. So I do not think the link to the Covid-scamdemic will work out easily…

    That’s all of course deep state naive remarks. Otherwise, aren’t we speculating about cold fusion or zero-point energy engines available since the end of WWII? And wasn’t it supposed to be silenced from the deep state? I’m a bit confused %-)

    Btw, since “Plasma” is in the title, what are you people thinking about the “Plasma Universe” or “Electric Universe” (thunderbolts.info) ? Maybe they got nuclear physics and cosmology completely wrong…?

    • zendogbreath on October 9, 2021 at 9:43 pm

      SAFIRE project gives the lie to Big Bang Theory, Black Holes, and all. A few of us here are familiar with thunderbolts.info
      Ben Davidson on Suspicious 0bservers yt channel is another resource.

  9. DanaThomas on October 8, 2021 at 1:40 pm

    Big Russian gas plant exporting to China shuts down after a fire. Well fancy that…

  10. Jon on October 8, 2021 at 1:33 pm

    And what happened to that “semi truck sized” fusion generator announced several years ago (by Boeing, if I remember correctly)?

    Also, no further news on the nano scale tourmaline/photocell power source patented a decade or more ago. There exist many patented power sources which could change the world, but they remain hidden from public eyes.

    Just another example of the pathetic failure of the “powers that be,” “the elite,” “our overlords,” or whatever you want to call the idiotic clowns who think they are running the world. We could be living in a Garden of Eden type paradise, with health and abundance for all if those morons weren’t such greedy sociopaths.

    I think the condition of the world as they have fashioned it is proof positive that there is no “Illuminati,” in the sense of an enlightened group of hidden leaders. Certainly no “enlightened” person would ever mold the world into what it is today. What we see today is more the vision of a deeply psychotic child than anything resembling what an enlightened (or even moderately intelligent) human being would create.

    On the other hand, perhaps the world has gone so completely crazy in order to elicit an equally profound advancement in consciousness in response to the mass suicidal insanity. That would be where we, the remaining sane people, would come in. We must envision the advance in consciousness we know the world needs with clarity and precision. Detach from the noise and project the vision of a better world.

    Freedom, Truth, Beauty, Love, Abundance. (My new mantra.)

  11. Robert Barricklow on October 8, 2021 at 11:46 am

    I’m so conditioned to “their” signature of control; that I immediately think the “delay”, is related to monopoly control and payment systems.
    Want heat?
    Are your vaxxed?
    Good! You can now be fleeced by your totalitarian bums in power.
    Your not vaxxed?
    No problemo! Your going to be fleeced anyhoo, & w/o any heat.
    [this is assuming the control fusion centers are in place before energy fusion]

    Either way, it is cold fusion that’s in place.
    The reason is simply symbolic.
    Those cold-blood Blofeld Re-Set hearts
    wouldn’t want any association w/the hot blooded emotions of human beings.

    Just cold-calculated facts will do; just as long as they can be debited
    from your energy accounts, of course.
    Otherwise, a fusion center near you;
    will be checking in on your cold body, for signs of being human[not vaxxed].

    • Wu Wu on October 8, 2021 at 5:27 pm

      The Bo(ein)g Bi-rights Be Seth!
      ( sorry, mean, of course Going Directum RéSet, mean Boinggg DigitalRect Ra Set, mean…).

  12. Michael UK on October 8, 2021 at 5:52 am

    Joseph and members of the GDS, I suspect that all this has something to do with the sinking of the USS Chicago in WWII by the Japanese military. The USS Enterprise then entered the battle arena and turned away and defeated the Japanese attackers.
    The Battle of Rennell Island began on January 29, 1943, when Japanese shore-based aircraft attacked Task Force 18 cruisers and destroyers covering the movement of transports toward Guadalcanal. The cruiser USS Chicago (CA-29) was damaged and sank the next day. Aircraft from USS Enterprise (CV-6) turned away the attackers on January 30. Task Force 18 bore the brunt of this attack, and the transports reached Guadalcanal and unloaded without any damage. Task Force 18 was commanded by Rear Admiral Robert C. Giffen, USN. Guadalcanal was evacuated by the Japanese in early February 1943.
    Important Note: The USS Chicago sank off Rennell Island in the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific. This island is home to many endemic species and this raised coral atoll holds the South Pacific’s largest inland lake!
    Lake Tengano. You can view it clearly on satellite images of Earth.
    There are credible reports of UAPs, UFOs and USOs operating to and from this lake.
    It seems that Rennell Island is also home to some extremely advanced species. Are they from Earth, or have they boldly come from where no man has gone before?
    Also it neatly explains the naming of Captain Kirk’s starship the “Enterprise” and please do note that the original Captain Kirk – William Shatner is flying into space on Blue Origin rocket late this month.

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