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Super simulations slow time to catch quantum mechanics of explosions

12/12/2007 07:00 PM EST
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re: Super simulations slow time to catch quantum mechanics of explosions
Quantum Fusion   12/19/2007 6:14:20 PM
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Leave it to the government to spend mega bucks figuring out better ways to pulverize people and property in to oblivion. Profusion Energy already has multiple repeatable control systems that reliably produce energy beyond that put into an open container. We are currently looking for angel round funding. Family and friends round has taken it about as far as it can be taken in an open container. An investment of $500K will secure the lab personal and equipment necessary to collect hard calorimeter data on energy production from the processes. Two million dollars will allow us to collect enough data that product development can begin. Look at profusionenergy . com for more information.

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