Limited Edition

Reflections on fusion history, current events, and predictions for the 'fusion powered future.
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electron
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Post by electron » Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:01 pm

I hope everyone injoys the art work. I really wish I could have presented it in a much more professional way, perhaps on pay day I could pick up one of those usb computer drawing boards and make that happen.

I think all of us are very lucky at the end of the day to have the chance to be able to build such an exciting project like the fusor and be able to play-experiment with fusion. Even though it can not at present and may very well never produce a power output that we may like it to I really don't think it matters at all.

As long as we keep safe and help each other in reaching the next stage stage, so all of us can be able to acheive the personal goal of fusion then everything will be fine.
Maby fusion is and always will be nothing more then the biggest team effort ever recorded.

This is my first post including a picture and even though I used the preview button I hope it works out ok.
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David D Speck MD
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Re: Limited Edition

Post by David D Speck MD » Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:35 pm

James,

The file type of the attached file shows up as "Application/Octet stream".

My Win7 doesn't seem to know how to present it.

Might want to link it as a .JPG or something similar.

Dave

Gleedaniel Martin
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Re: Limited Edition

Post by Gleedaniel Martin » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:51 am

That was an awesome elaboration for me. You are much detailed there.:)

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