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on Jan 21 2020
Ivy studied mathematics and classical music in the former Yugoslavia and received a degree in Computer Science from Binghamton University, SUNY in 2003 before joining LPPFusion in 2010.

Our health, and the health of our foods are affected by what happens globally.  China's and India's growing demand for energy affect everyone. 

While there may be enough fossil fuels for centuries to come, the question is at what cost will their consumption continue.  Will  our delicate ecosystems and the food-chain cycles that we are all a part of adopt to the new toxic environment?

Yet Another Coal Ash Spill: This Time in North Carolina
Coal plant in WV contaminated Elk River in 2014 resulting in unsafe drinking water and odd wate smell

And no, wind and solar CAN NOT fully replace fossil fuels.  There is a reason why we say "go nuclear" in politics.  The reference is about, essentially, energy density. You won't hear them saying "go solar" any time soon when voting on major controversial issues.  The reason is that the energy density per unit mass or per unit of area determines how much energy you get from a given energy source.

So "go nuclear" invokes the images of ... well nuclear bombs - what else.  There are no weapons that release more energy than nuclear bombs that do not use both fusion and fission.  

Good news is that fusion energy generators can not cause any meltdowns like fission reactors can and even better: certain fusion fuels can produce clean energy without any nuclear waste products.  This is the case with LPPFusion's Focus Fusion device we are currently developing in our NJ lab. The sooner we are able to plug into clean cheap and safe fusion energy - modeled by the stars in the universe powered by fusion, the sooner the global living standards for everyone on the planet will sky-rocket.  The sooner we completely switch from toxic fossil fuels to fusion energy, the sooner we will be ensuring sustainability of our environment and ultimately the optimal health of all living species.  

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Food chain - how pollutants get into our bodies