I got interested in the IEC (Inertial Electrostatic Confinement) fusion, after a Google talk from Robert Bussard, and eventually I decided to try to build a simulation of charged particles so I can test the wiffle ball / polywell concept that he talks about and see if I can understand a little better how it is supposed to work. Bussard's company EMC2 funded with Navy Contract: http://www.emc2fusion.org/ Some info about the early stages of this project on my site: http://research.buttersblog.com/projects/iecSimulation
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