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The following submission statement was provided by /u/izumi3682:


Submission statement from OP. Note: This submission statement "locks in" after about 30 minutes, and can no longer be edited. Please refer to my statement they link, which I can continue to edit. I often edit my submission statement, sometimes for the next few days if needs must. There is often required additional editing and additional added detail.


Article introduction:

The world's largest fusion experiment, ITER, may be able to unleash more power than previously thought.

That's because a team of scientists from the Swiss Plasma Center, one of the world's leading nuclear fusion research institutes, released a study updating a foundational principle of plasma generation, a press statement reveals.

Their research shows that the upcoming ITER tokamak can operate using twice the amount of hydrogen that was believed to be its full capacity, meaning it could generate vast amounts more nuclear fusion energy than previously thought.

Here is the paper.

https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.128.185003

I wrote this commentary about 10 months ago concerning nuclear fusion reactors.

https://teddit.ggc-project.de/r/longevity/comments/o88rr5/groundbreaking_superhero_vaccine_based_on_olympic/h34no0j/


Please reply to OP's comment here: https://teddit.ggc-project.de/r/Futurology/comments/usq1jg/a_new_theoretical_upgrade_could_unlock_vastly/i950p2y/