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PBS Interpretation of a fusor...

Posted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:50 pm
by CarlGreninger
When one does an interview, one never quite knows how the artistic license will land. This lands somewhere between a documentary and a comedy. You judge... https://youtu.be/tvNSyH--MjI Many thanks to all of the Northwest Nuclear Laboratories personnel and supporters who, over time, have made our school possible. I did NOT do this alone.

Carl

Re: PBS Interpretation of a fusor...

Posted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 10:23 pm
by Richard Hull
Fabulous! This is the best fusor discussion I have seen in a popular internet or Television explanation related to amateur fusion. It is well done with no hype and a fine project directed at a laudable goal regarding educating kids and pointing them to higher goals be they fusion or not. Keep up the good work with those young adults. It is obvious a bit of money was poured into this setup.

Richard Hull

Inquiring minds want to know...Was that a guy or a gal doing the interview; even my wife couldn't make a firm guess. R.H.

Re: PBS Interpretation of a fusor...

Posted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 10:47 pm
by Dennis P Brown
Outstanding presentation by PBS and that young Lady. Glad this got on youtube via an important station/system. You too, Richard, deserve some praise and notice for your efforts (and those that built/maintain this site) to bring fusion to not just USA kids but many through out the world!

Re: PBS Interpretation of a fusor...

Posted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 4:14 am
by Paul_Schatzkin
That’s a cool presentation. It treats fusion as something almost commonplace, and as a source of inspiration for the next generation of experimenters. One of whom, one of these days, is going to crack the code...