Today OMS brings you updates from the world of fusion power.
Michael Suppes from Brooklyn, New York, is developing a fusion reactor using only his home computer and $40,000 worth of parts that he purchased from Ebay and refurbished. Check out this video from Energy Now where Michael explains and demonstrates his current progress.
According to the blog Prometheus Fusion Perfection, “The Bussard reactor holds the promise of cheap clean abundant energy. A definitive energy solution. I hope to catalyze an open source movement to bring the Bussard reactor to fruition.” In other words, the author is developing one of the most promising sources of abundant energy for mankind, and he wants to give away his development efforts to the public as open source! What does the author say is the ultimate goal of this project? “Building the world’s first superconducting Bussard Reactor. Ultimately break-even fusion.”
We applaud all efforts toward making fusion power a reality.