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Default Most Powerful Magnetic Field Yet

Experimenters in Japan literally blew out the doors with their latest experiment, which may have implications for fusion and/or railguns-


https://now.northropgrumman.com/powe...lows-up-a-lab/


My money is on railguns as this seems to be a big pulse tech and not continuous stream.
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