Fusion power is ‘approaching’ reality thanks to a magnetic field breakthrough

Fusion power is ‘approaching’ reality thanks to a magnetic field breakthrough

Fusion power may be a more realistic prospect than you think. ace Motherboard reports, researchers at the Energy Department’s Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have discovered that a new magnetic field setup more than tripled the energy output of the fusion reaction hotspot in experiments, “approaching” the level required for self-sustaining ignition in plasmas. The field … Read more

Kate Middleton Wears Green Tartan Burberry Dress for Boston City Hall Event, Photos

Kate Middleton Wears Green Tartan Burberry Dress for Boston City Hall Event, Photos

Kate Middleton and Prince William carried out their first engagement in Boston this evening. Just mere hours after landing in the New England city, the Prince and Princess of Wales were welcomed by Boston’s Mayor Michelle Wu and Governor-elect Maura Healey for at City Hall to kick off celebrations for Williams Earthshot Prize Awards Ceremony, … Read more

Calle Jarnkrok snout injury Toronto Maple Leafs

Calle Jarnkrok snout injury Toronto Maple Leafs

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Calle Jarnkrok left Wednesday night’s game against the San Jose Sharks with a groin injury and did not return. Sheldon Keefe on the Calle Jarnkrok injury: “He’s going to miss some time”@TSN_Edge — Mark Masters (@markmasters) December 1, 2022 After the game, head coach Sheldon Keefe told reporters Jarnkrok would miss … Read more

Mayor Sutcliffe pledges accountability in wake of scathing LRT inquiry report

Mayor Sutcliffe pledges accountability in wake of scathing LRT inquiry report

Ottawa’s new mayor has vowed to improve accountability and transparency around the city’s light rail network and implement “key recommendations” from a scathing report issued Wednesday by the LRT inquiry. At a Wednesday afternoon press conference, Mayor Mark Sutcliffe said the 664-page report issued a few hours earlier by the Ottawa Light Rail Transit Public … Read more

UC finds mammoth problem with extinction time

UC finds mammoth problem with extinction time

image: Cameron Schwalbach, left, paleontology collections manager for the Cincinnati Museum Center’s Geier Collections and Research Center, and University of Cincinnati assistant professor Joshua Miller examines a mammoth skull. view more Credit: Andrew Higley/UC Precisely when mammoths went extinct has fascinated paleontologists for generations, perhaps because their decline coincided with the arrival of people to … Read more