When Russia published its nuclear fusion-fission hybrid technology last October 2014 [here], it was meant to tell the world that they, together with China, are ready to move away from fossil fuel based energy source.
In 1969, a compatriot Daniel Dingel approached the late Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos for the implementation of energy systems that run solely on tap water. The latter refused to give in to the plea due to the planned installation of a nuclear power plant. This nuclear plant was about to be switched on in 1986, but Marcos was kicked out from his 20-year dictatorship, denying the country from cheaper electricity for home and industrial use.
Just a few years ago, the talk about free energy falls in the category of tin foil variety, but not anymore.
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Edited time: November 29, 2014 17:0