Competition to Achieve Viable Nuclear Fusion Heating Up

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t The Register The international ITER Fusion project might be mired in cost overruns and severe delays, but competition is heating up, between China and Germany, to create a viable nuclear fusion reactor. Back in December, WUWT reported that Germany had started testing their Stellarator Fusion Reactor with Helium Plasmas.…

The Pause hangs on by its fingernails

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley The sharp el Niño spike is just about to abolish the long Pause in global temperatures – at least for now. This column has long foretold that the present el Niño would be substantial, and that it might at least shorten if not extinguish the Pause. After all, theory requires…