But, more importantly, technology that could be doing our nation and the world service is being held hostage by a battle in the scientific community.
If the technology really does exist, it should be put to use as soon as possible. Both Taleyarkhan and Purdue do not seem to have interests other than their own in mind, as evidenced by both's unwillingness to make information on the experiment and the inquiry public.
More on Purdue/Taleyarkhan business
UPDATE: Miller/Purdue/Taleyarkhan/bubble fusion
There's been no word from Brad Miller as of yet.