[Noisebridge-discuss] non-tokomak fusion
rrmutt at gmail.com
Sat Apr 28 15:47:19 UTC 2012
Great article in Spectrum about this a few years back, pretty plasma pictures:
The electron microscope likely has most of the necessary parts (vacuum pump & chamber, HV supply…)
Note that a working fusor emits slow neutron radiation that will make it and everything around it slightly radioactive.
Maybe we can use it to sterilize the bedbugs.
On Apr 28, 2012, at 1:56 AM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
> is anyone here interested in trying to make fusion? something like a
> farnsworth fusor?
> I really think we need to be doing this. I can provide instrumentation (i
> have some national instruments hardware) and neutron detection, and i'm
> sure we can build a high-voltage power supply and i know a glassblower and
> a person who welds stainless steel...
> probably would take some actual cash to get things like a turbomolecular
> pump, some of the valves, the sightglass assembly parts, and deuterium
> (although i am much more interested in working with plain hydrogen)
> please tell me i'm not the only one.
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