Quark fusion makes ten times as much energy as nuclear fusion


Scientists have overcome huge barriers in the past year to get us even closer to nuclear fusion, and with it a near-limitless supply of clean energy. But, what if there's something far more powerful out there? According to researchers at Tel Aviv University and the University of Chicago, there is, and it involves the fusion of elementary particles known as quarks -- the resulting energy from which would be ten times that of nuclear fusion.


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