In reply to  Jürg Wyttenbach's message of Wed, 3 Jan 2024 02:36:56 +0100:
>Factually the best update (2009) about sono fusion is given in :: 
Quote from the above paper:

"The initially dense cluster is further compressed and cooled by evaporative 
surface deuterons of the cluster. These
interact with free electrons forming deuterium atoms that surround the cluster. 
These accelerating free electrons
produce an imploding spherical electromagnetic, EM, pulse that squeezes the 
cluster to fusion densities in less than a

What accelerating free electrons?

A Deuteron leaving the cluster surface will simply drag an electron from the 
surrounding material to itself on the way
out. Why would an EM pulse even form, and even if it did, why would it be 
spherical and why would such a spherical EM
shock wave squeeze the remainder of the cluster?

This sounds contrived to me, in an attempt to explain observations with 
conventional physics, so that other scientists
will give the paper some credibility.

Furthermore, why not just assume that at least some of the deuterons in the 
initial jet have sufficient kinetic energy
to result in fusion upon impact?

Robin van Spaandonk

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