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Deuterium Engines?

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connectivity
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May11-10, 11:31 PM
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Hello all,
I am an amateur science fiction writer and am currently working on a novel. I am exploring the possibility of deuterium engines and am having a bit of a difficult time understanding some of the research that I have been coming across, as I do not have a very large science background.

Could anyone take a few minutes to help me out with any of the theory of how this might be possible?

I appreciate the help.

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May12-10, 03:24 AM
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If I understand correctly what you are talking about, it will be probably better to ask your question in Aerospace Engineering subforum.
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May13-10, 01:45 AM
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Thanks!


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