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Fission and fusion

I was very pleased to see the article in the April 2 Harvard Press about the research and manufacture of fusion devices at Devens, even though I myself have never experienced a fusion of any of my vertebrae. I am also four-square against the alternative to fusion, namely fission, because fission has depleted stocks so badly in Georges Bank. Or is there some con-fusion here?

Ben Myers
Westcott Road

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