The BBC report that:
"A major hurdle to producing fusion energy using lasers has been swept aside, results in a new report show.Now if nuclear fusion can be made to work and provide a cheap, reliable source of power with very low emissions then will the 'warmists' and other ecomentalists welcome it? It turns out that the long answer is also "of course not" because the ecomentalists are less interested in clean power and reducing emissions than they are in controlling us and redistributing wealth.
The controlled fusion of atoms - creating conditions like those in our Sun - has long been touted as a possible revolutionary energy source.
However, there have been doubts about the use of powerful lasers for fusion energy because the "plasma" they create could interrupt the fusion.
An article in Science showed the plasma is far less of a problem than expected.
The report is based on the first experiments from the National Ignition Facility (Nif) in the US that used all 192 of its laser beams.
Along the way, the experiments smashed the record for the highest energy from a laser - by a factor of 20. "