Energy Crisis May Not Come, Laser Pulse Is On It



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The world’s most potent laser generated about 1.875 million joules of energy shot into the laser’s target chamber. After passing through the final focusing lens the shot equaled 2.03 megajoules which made the NIF unit the first 2MJ ultraviolet laser in the world. For this National Ignition Facility used 192 laser beams aimed onto a hydrogen filled target. That was done to initiate fusion ignition a lot like in a hydrogen bomb. The experiment brings the scientists closer to, saying it simple ‘creating a star’. And as far as we know the afore-mentioned would mean producing endless energy on the Earth itself.
Via: EcoFriend.com

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