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The ITER Power Amplification Myth|
Posted on Friday, October 06, 2017 @ 21:12:31 EDT by vlad
Steven B. Krivit (NewEnergyTimes.net) writes: Dear Vlad,
More than $20 billion will be spent on the ITER fusion reactor, now under construction in southern France. The ITER reactor has been publicized to give the impression that it will produce ten times the power it consumes. It will do no such thing. The reactor is designed to produce only 1.6 times more thermal power than it consumes in electric power. With a more conservative calculation, the reactor will lose more power than it produces.
Three independent sources have confirmed the power values:
1. Daniel Jassby, former principal research physicist at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
2. Hartmut Zohm, head of the Tokamak Scenario Development Division at the Max-Planck-Institute of Plasma Physics.
3. Steven Cowley, chief executive officer of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority.
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|Re: ITER Corrects False and Misleading Statements (Score: 1)|
by vlad on Wednesday, November 08, 2017 @ 20:47:56 EST
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month ago, New Energy Times published an investigation
about the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor
(ITER). The ITER project, under construction in southern France,
is the largest and most expensive science experiment on Earth
today. Its cost is second only to that of the International
Space Station. |
New Energy Times revealed how managers of the ITER
project have, for years, been using false and misleading
language to deceive the public and legislators about the
promised performance of the ITER fusion reactor. The project
managers had claimed that, when complete, the fusion reactor
would produce 500 megawatts of net power. In fact, according to
its design, it won't produce any net power.
Yesterday, New Energy Times reported that the ITER
organization, without making any announcement, had corrected
most of the false and misleading statements on its Web site.
There are repercussions not only for ITER, but every nuclear
fusion research project in the world.
Reports in this series:
List of Corrected Fusion Power
Statements on the ITER Web Site [news.newenergytimes.net], Nov. 7, 2017
ITER Organization Corrects Fraudulent Fusion Claims [news.newenergytimes.net],
Nov. 7, 2017
EUROfusion’s Role in
the ITER Power Deception [news.newenergytimes.net], Nov. 7,
The ITER Power Amplification Myth [news.newenergytimes.net],
Oct. 6, 2017
Former ITER Spokesman Confirms
Accuracy of New Energy Times Story [news.newenergytimes.net], Jan. 19, 2017
The Selling of ITER [news.newenergytimes.net], Jan. 12,
Steven B. Krivit
Publisher and Senior Editor, New Energy Times
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Author of Hacking the Atom: Explorations in Nuclear Research,
Author of Fusion Fiasco: Explorations in Nuclear Research,
Author of Lost History: Explorations in Nuclear Research,
Editor-in-Chief Wiley & Sons Nuclear Energy Encyclopedia:
Science, Technology, and Applications
Co-editor of Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions and New Energy:
Technologies Sourcebook Volume 2 (ACS Symposium Series)
Co-editor of Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Sourcebook Volume 1
(ACS Symposium Series)
LENR Contributor to the Elsevier Reference Module in
Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering
LENR Contributor to the Elsevier Encyclopedia of
Electrochemical Power Sources
|Re: The ITER Power Amplification Myth (Score: 1)|
by profraccoon on Thursday, December 21, 2017 @ 13:55:04 EST
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|This is the most sobering news on our future. ITER is most likely a hoax, the publicity propaganda about ITER is not a little "mistake", this is 100% deliberate, and for all the bad reasons.|
Many thanks to Steven Krivit for exposing this costly hoax, billions of tax Euros wasted.