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Nearly 90% of the world's energy needs are today supplied by fossil fuels. Long‐term reliance on fossil‐fuel energy sources, however, is acknowledged to be a dangerous strategy—despite the large reserves of coal available in the US and elsewhere. Use of fossil fuels exacerbates pollution...
Tokamak experiments have made dramatic progress over the past two decades, and today plasma parameters are nearing the values needed for a fusion reactor. (See the article by J. Geoffrey Cordey, Robert J. Goldston and Ronald R. Parker on page 22.) In November 1991 the first deuterium‐tritium...
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