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    AvatarJolly Roger
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    I see in the research plan,

    https://focusfusion.org/index.php/site/article/research_plan/

    that experiments will be conducted with deuterium and helium.

    If, heaven forbid, p-B11 doesn’t work out, might we fall back to D-D or D-He3? It wouldn’t be aneutronic, but at least it would be fusion with the DPF. That would still have advantages over the tokamak, and be years ahead.

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    AvatarTorulf
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    If God or Tod forbids Bp fusion it is more ways to obtain neutron free fusion threw He3.
    DD fusion may be used in big power facilities equipped to take care of radioactive waste and tritium. These facilities can also extract the produced He3 and distribute it to DPF devises located near the humans.
    He3 may also be mined on the moon, but this may be a large step.
    It would be interesting to hear the researchers ideas of a plan B.

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