Re: Safe Energy

Dejan Vucinic (
Mon, 05 May 1997 14:18:44 -0500

John K Clark:
>> There are problems of course, it takes energy to make a muon, to
>> break even each muon would have to catalyze between 100 and 500
>> fusion reactions,

How would you reuse a muon that's already bound to a nucleus?

Michael Lorrey:
> WHat is a cheap and easy way to make muons?

Slam protons into a target to get pions, then spin the pions in a
solenoid until they decay.