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DOE - The U.S. Department of Energy has supported
much of the research discussed here while Dr. Mead was employed at LLNL and
LANL. More information on the USDOE is available on the WWW.
DOEd - The U.S. Department of Education funds
research that will benefit students and schools thoughout the nation. You can
visit the USDOEd on the WWW.
DOT - The U.S. Department of Transportation
has supported the NN application to highway vehicle traffic monitoring discussed
here while Dr. Mead was employed at LANL. More information on the USDOT is available on the WWW.
DT and Fusion - Deuterium
and Tritium atoms are heavy forms of the hydrogen atom that can
be combined under high temperature conditions to produce helium
and release energy. Fusion is the source of energy in the sun and
in the hydrogen bomb. The fuel is abundant and inexpensive.
Fusion produces much less undesirable radioactive waste than
fission, the source of energy in today's nuclear power plants.
The challenge for the future is to find an economical way to
achieve the demanding conditions under which the fuel will burn.
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