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Unexpected Electrical Current Discovered That Could Stabilize Fusion Reactions - Bringing the Fusion Energy That Drives

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Unexpected Electrical Current Discovered That Could Stabilize Fusion Reactions – Bringing the Fusion Energy That Drives the Sun to Earth.

However, when the frequency is low, the waves pushes forward on the electrons and backward on the atomic nuclei, or ions, creating a net electrical current after all. Ochs found that researchers could surprisingly create these currents when the low-frequency wave was a particular type called an “ion acoustic wave” that resembles sound waves in air.

What's neat is the  name of the author of this extraordinary discovery  Ian Ochs,  is buried in the name of the waves involved! There's a name for this phenomenon, like the untrue one perhaps that the man who invented the flush toilet was James Crapper! 

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