You don't think I have? Despite a 30 year carrier at the Applied Physics Lab of JHU, rising to the highest rank / level ("principle staff"), which mainly only the department managers, not many physicists do, and a Ph.D. in physics from JHU, which caused APL to offer me an unsought job a year before getting my Ph.D. (APL was forming a new small group concerned with Plasma physics, and I was the only one at the university doing experimental work in that area.) Just to make sure their offer was generous, I did go talk with people at NBS, who were also investigating fully ionized Argon plasma. They wanted me to join their group, but could only offer "GS-11" salary, significantly lower than APL's offer, and I was tired of Argon, young and idealistic, so wanted to work on the "controlled fusion" problem (Harnessing the H-bomb, for unlimited power) I now think man kind will "crack that nut" even thought for three decades the solution has been "a couple of years into the future." Problem is that fusion power will be several times more costly than another energy source which also has "free energy" and only capital cost - Solar power. APL/JHU was great place to work: High pay, very qualified staff - A large group with me got our 30 year pins in the annual "pin ceremony," about a dozen got the 40 year pin, and one his 50 year pin but that is rare. PS The useful way to proceed is for you to disappear again for a few years - until new members are here you can BS with your ignorant of physics nonsense.