What if the way fusion energy researchers have been attempting to contain a stable burning plasma was just slightly off? Maybe something was overlooked and missed in the development process, something seemingly so insignificant, but ever so important. In this case, we believe our team has found a way around the problem of fusion confinement. The answer lies in that plasma itself, in the right environment, will generate its own magnetic field. From what we have observed and demonstrated in our experiments, is that plasma can in fact contain itself. Naturally, a plasma will self-organize within its own magnetic field, which can keep a plasma confined and stable for long durations of time. At this point, this observation has been a crucial piece in the process of experimenting with a simplified approach to fusion energy.