LPP Receives Major Investments, Initiates Experimental ProjectNovember 20, 2009
On Nov. 14, LPP initiated a two-year-long experimental project to test the scientific feasibility of Focus Fusion. The goals of the experiment are first, to confirm the achievement of the high X-ray energies first observed in previous experiments at Texas A&M; second, to greatly increase the efficiency of energy transfer into the plasmoid; third, to achieve the high magnetic fields needed for the quantum magnetic field effect; and finally, to use pB11 fuel to demonstrate greater fusion energy production than energy fed into the plasma (positive net energy production). After a 7-year hiatus in our experimental work, we will begin producing critical and exciting data in 2009. LPP is now hiring an experimental plasma physicist and a skilled research assistant to help us design and build the device. (Note: Positions have been filled as of Dec. 17, 2008)
The initiation of the project was made possible by LPP’s receiving $620,000 in new investments. Additional investments are forthcoming which will assure continued operations. Contact us for more information.