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Hacking Nuclear Fusion

Via the information meta layer

The standard operating principle for large fusion projects is the Lawson criterion, a set of conditions necessary for nuclear fusion involving density, confinement time and plasma temperature. Implicit in this approach are a set of Newtonian assumptions about reality. Assumptions that are difficult to do away with because as approximations, they work. In the same way the 'flat Earth' approximation works for 99.99% of your everyday life. 
Here's my guess... the fusion breakthrough will not occur until we formalize new physics with a greater emphasis on information (holographic) and move beyond an approximation of fragmentation. This new underpinning might show us that there exists an information meta layer that can be hacked (from the perspective of currently accepted physics).
Stay tuned.
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