In reference to the patent application 20190295733. I might be wrong, but as far as I know a working Plasma Compression Fusion Device wasn't made yet, although it is possible theoretically.
However, I've looked up "inventor:(Salvatore Pais)" through the google patents and found things like this:
Piezoelectricity-induced Room Temperature Superconductor
Again, I'm not an expert, but the Wikipedia says room-temperature superconductors reports have not been confirmed yet:
Since the discovery of high-temperature superconductors, several materials have been reported to be room-temperature superconductors, although none of these reports has been confirmed.
This is also a patent application, and not a patent. Is it okay to apply for a patent without a working prototype? Is it normal for the US patent law (I have zero knowledge of it), or is it the particular inventor's thing?