The recent article by Liona Fan-Chiang of the LaRouchePac Science team titled "Fusion: Basic Economics," investigates the breakthrough nature inherent in Nuclear Fusion, as well as the needed conception of the History of the development of Fusion. It begins as follows:
Would a society, that could create stars of it's own, despair at 'natural disaster' such as earthquakes or resulting tsunamis? at lack of energy and water? Would that people tolerate short-term thinking, immoral fascism, petty wars, or gambling finance as a replacement for industry? Would a society who had a sense of longevity beyond the death of this solar system both with such short term conflicts, or be so blind to the suicidal effects of zero-growth policies?