New research on fusion triple product and power gain – why it’s important

New evidence published this week opens up a route to faster fusion energy development with smaller fusion machines. Find out about the science behind this discovery and why it’s so exciting for the fusion field. Modelling work by Dr Alan Costley for Tokamak Energy, indicates that small-scale fusion is the new way forward for fusion … Read more New research on fusion triple product and power gain – why it’s important

No Certain Doom: On the Accuracy of Projected Global Average Surface Air Temperatures

Even the most advanced climate models are making errors so large the projected temperatures have no meaning. This lecture by Patrick Frank, Ph.D. explains why from a mathematical perspective. 28:00 into the lecture makes the statement previously quoted. What do climate models reveal about future global average temperature? NOTHING. What do climate models reveal about … Read more No Certain Doom: On the Accuracy of Projected Global Average Surface Air Temperatures

A Heated Debate: The Science and Policy of Climate Change

Rice University Federalist Society would like to invite you to participate in a debate promoting free speech and discussion pertaining to climate change facts and policy recommendations. Featured in this debate will be Dr. Willie Soon and Dr. Ronald Sass. Dr. Paul Brace will be our moderator. A debate on climate change in an open … Read more A Heated Debate: The Science and Policy of Climate Change

Nuclear Fusion: Has Its Time Finally Arrived?

A panel discussion at the Milken Institute Published on May 2, 2016 Moderator Katie Fehrenbacher, Senior Writer, Fortune Speakers Michl Binderbauer, Chief Technology Officer, Tri Alpha Energy Michel Laberge, Founder and Chief Science Officer, General Fusion Thomas McGuire, Research Engineer and Scientist; Compact Fusion Principal Investigator, Lockheed Martin Dennis Whyte, Director, Plasma Science and Fusion … Read more Nuclear Fusion: Has Its Time Finally Arrived?