Other articles (like this one, this one, this one -- from serious sources; this one, this one from a less credible one) at least explore the possibility of success.
If successful, the next question is, what happens when oil's most important economic use is as raw material for plastic?
And how poignant the engineer's dilemma: "we see it working again and again, but if only we could come up with some really good science to explain it!"
And then the most important use for polywell generators may be as a way of producing enough neutrons (running D-T) to render fission-waste products safe in decades instead of tens of millenia.
When I see more results, I'll add something here.