Fusion technology is about to be a reality.
It’s an exciting development, and a step towards bringing a range of benefits to the lives of people across the world.
But in many ways, fusion technology is a very old technology, dating back more than 100 years.
The process involves a high-pressure liquid electrolyte being heated to temperatures above 1,000C and then pumped into a metal cylinder.
This is then subjected to a laser and electrical pulses to create a reaction between the two liquids, causing the liquid to split and emit light.
The light is then sent to a detector, which measures the amount of light emitted by the fuel, and uses the data to determine its purity.
Fusion has been a controversial technology in the past, and there are fears that it will be phased out in favour of other technologies, such as nuclear fusion.
However, there are also hopes that fusion technology will one day be able to power our homes.
The story behind the clipIn the UK, it’s not uncommon for people to get worried when they hear that the lights they see on the wall are not the result of a fusion power station.
However it is actually much more common to see these lights from the outside of the building, like in the video below.
These lights were produced by a plant which produces electricity from a large hydrogen-rich liquid.
This plant is a collaboration between researchers at Imperial College London and Oxford University, with the aim of producing a hydrogen-fuelled fuel for the electric grid.
In this particular case, the researchers are working with hydrogen gas, which has been around for decades and is relatively cheap.
The researchers are using the same technique that is used to make hydrogen gas for electricity.
They are producing a small amount of hydrogen from liquid hydrogen, which is about 1.8 per cent of the hydrogen in the Earth’s atmosphere.
The scientists are also using this hydrogen to produce electricity by adding a small quantity of helium to the liquid.
The researchers have used this hydrogen for electricity by making it from a low-temperature gas, producing energy by combining two gases.
They are also looking at how to produce hydrogen from water and using hydrogen to generate hydrogen from ammonia.
This process has been used before to produce a hydrogen fuel for hydrogen-powered cars.
However, hydrogen is not the only gas which can be used to produce power.
The hydrogen produced by this process could also be used in hydrogen-based fuel cells, which have been commercially available for a number of years.
The hydrogen produced from this process is used in the production of electricity, and hydrogen gas is also used in battery-powered generators.
However there are some concerns about the safety of hydrogen gas.
Some studies have suggested that it can release harmful hydrogen chloride, which can cause cancer.
Another concern is that hydrogen produced using this process may not be safe.
A number of studies have shown that the hydrogen produced is significantly more toxic than the gas used to generate electricity.
In the video, you can see that this hydrogen gas has been mixed with a small dose of helium, which will make the hydrogen unstable.
The helium will then begin to burn and produce light, which the researchers claim is a “first of its kind”.
While hydrogen gas and hydrogen have been used in previous technology, the amount produced by the team at Oxford University in the UK is large.
There is an average of 1.5 per cent hydrogen gas produced in the hydrogen, and it is the hydrogen that is the most hazardous.
The UK National Grid (UKN) is the main supplier of hydrogen for the electricity grid, and they use a range the most commonly used in their plants, such of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and hydrogen peroxide (H+).
This mixture is also found in hydrogen power plants around the world, and these are typically used in nuclear plants to produce the hydrogen.
However the UKN have made it clear that they will not be producing hydrogen from the H2S and H+ at their power plants, as this mixture is toxic to the environment.
In the UK they will be using the H+ produced from a plant in China.
The research has been funded by the UK government.