The World Energy Challenge and Global Warming

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Abstract

The world energy challenge and global warming are two fundamental problems of current interest. What has not been recognized, however, is that the two problems are causally related. We present here the formal theory of fusion, the well known but yet unrealized solution of the energy challenge, and show that its occurrence on earth is responsible for global warming. Consequently, like all the known energy resources, the solution of both problems is merely a technological problem, since the science is now known.

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Nduka, A. (2015) The World Energy Challenge and Global Warming. Energy and Power Engineering, 7, 105-109. doi: 10.4236/epe.2015.74010.

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