An experiment producing a fleeting burst of fusion energy is encouraging for this difficult but potentially revolutionary, zero carbon power source. A technician adjusts an optic inside the preamplifier support structure at Lawrence Livermore National Ignition Facility. Scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory passed a in December, using 192 lasers to ignite a fusion reaction that produced more energy than was used to trigger it. The surge lasted only for a fleeting moment, but i

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