Taking A Stab At Simulation
“Curve jumping is when innovations are not 10% better – they are ten times better.” – Guy Kawasaki Simulating WB6 Screw The Economist. Their article  “Dwindling Innovation” (Jan 22nd 2013) whined about the lack of true inventions. Most inventions are corporate backed, whiz bang gadgets. They complained: world has lost its tinkers, its new ideas. There is a dearth of really astounding inventions like electricity or the combustion engine. It was enraging to read. In reality, there is a vast sea of ideas out there. These ideas come and go. Some gain traction, some wither and die. All new technology destroys old technology. Often, there is no space for a new idea, if an old idea refuses to get out of the way. That is what is needed in fusion. Old ideas need to move out of the way. Some ideas are 40 years old. For fusion, there is a multitude of fresher, simpler and cheaper schemes out there. They are not ten percent better. They are ten times better. They represent a curve jump - and it is only a matter of time, before they gain prominence.
Fusion Particle Simulation CUDA (VIDEO) "IEC Fusion"
Robert W. Bussard, Inertial Electrostatic Confinement (IEC) Fusion:
... (WB-6) run in a pulsed mode ... fusion rate of about 1E9/sec ...This works
out to be about 1,000,000 x higher than the data of Hirch/Farnsworth...