I started experimenting with nanoscale fusion 30 years ago. I've been ignored for ~30 years since discussing my laboratory results concerning the initiation of hydrogen fusion in a NiO reactor and witnessing meltdown of the reactor. Application of the term nanoscale is so appropriate because the reaction depends on nanoscale spacing. If the NiO reactor charge contains the correct microscale fineness relative to the NiO powder then fusion initiates with 100% certainty.
If "chopped liver" were sentient I realize what the feeling must be after having been ignored all this time. Wonder "why" what's behind the sudden interest in free energy?