LPPFusion Chief Scientist Eric J. Lerner recently published an article in MNRAS--a leading AstronomyJournal--that suggests the Big Bang expansion theory is wrong. Lerner's book "The Big Bang Never Happened" was published decades ago. Cosmology theories affect plasma physics and ultimately our understanding of fusion energy, and our ability to reproduce a star-like power here on Earth. Recently, others have begun to question it as well.
The Canadian documentary Let There Be Light, released in March 2017, featured LPPFusion along with a few more private and government fusion research projects in the world. The documentary follows the story of dedicated scientists building a small sun on Earth. It is now free to watch for Amazon Prime users.
Our little sun in the lab, once functional, will put a stop to air, soil and land pollution by fossil fuels and it will lift the standard of living for everyone in the world to the point where resource wars will become obsolete.
A theory of aerodynamics that needs to be adjusted every few miles would not be useful for a flying plane. So why do we put up with it in our theories of the universe?
LPPFusion is a company researching the viability of a fusion reaction generator called the dense plasma focus. We've published world record results in leading journals, have collaboration agreements with universities (including UCSD) and in terms of money spent compared to results achieved are the world's best.
We're on Mastodon because our sysadmin, @escapist, is a fan of Free Software.
Let's work towards a decentralized grid for a federated web!
Seeing about 4x increased sign up and tooting rate across the fediverse for this week
We agree! The Big Bang was not the beginning!
"Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. "Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious. And however difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at. It matters that you don't just give up." - Dr Stephen Hawking
#Mastodon v2.3.1 is out! 🎉
- Bug fixes
- Button to open all CWs in a thread
- New cute default avatar
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne is offering a plasma physics MOOC on edX. Please consider taking it if you'd like some introductory information.
Last night Jose chatted with Woodward who was one of the first reporters to write about Nixon's Watergate decades ago. Woodward is now an associate editor for the Washington Post. He was impressed with our research. We hope his editors will be too...
In case you missed it, this is an animation created with pictures from different shots of plasma in action. For an explanation of what can be gleaned from them, please read our report.
It'd be cool if each one of us told our story about #findingmastodon.
I first read about it in issue 30 of the Free Software Bulletin published by @fsf. Then, I rolled out an instance for @LPPFusion which is the company I work for. A little while later I rolled out my own personal instance and you've had to deal with me since.
LPPFusion Report February 2, 2018 is hot off the presses! The news items in this report are:
• Wefunder Equity Crowdfunding Passes Half-Way Point
• Tungsten Experiments Concluding with Major Upgrades
• LPPFusion Publishes World Record Results
• Preparations for Beryllium, Boron Advance
• Publicity for Hydrogen-Boron Fusion
Fixing the home regeneration bug was easy once it has been identified. Nevertheless it's one of the most important fixes in Mastodon history, I think. I'm anxious to think what negative effects that bug has had on our growth during its lifespan of a year, when people would return to an unwelcoming empty home timeline after 2 weeks absence.
I'm proud of the 2.2.0 release. I'm glad it's finally out.
#Mastodon v2.2.0 is out:
✅ Pretty templates for all e-mails
✅ Welcome e-mails
✅ Improved digest e-mails
✅ Fixed home timeline bugs for returning users
✅ Number of follow requests displayed in a badge
✅ And more!