Finally, some good news this week! Lockheed Martin announced a fusion advance breakthrough in technology! Yes! Clean, cheap fusion energy is just around the corner! Engineers and scientists at ′The Skunk Works′, birthplace of the U-2 and SR-71 spy planes, as well as stealth technology, has figured out how to build a fusion reactor that is at least ten times smaller than any previous ones built. Measuring only about 7 by 9 feet, it can sit on a flat-bed truck and deliver 100 megawatts of electricity. That is enough to power a community of 50,000 to 100,000 people. A prototype is being built and may be ready for testing within one year. They predict that within 10-15 years, a commercial unit will be available. Fueled by deuterium and tritium, both of which can be ′harvested′ from sea water, the potential of a viable fusion reactor is practically unlimited.