The Boy Who Played With Fusion

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May 26, 2012

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The Boy Who Played With Fusion

The young do not know enough to be prudent, and therefore they attempt the impossible – and achieve it, generation after generation.

– Pearl S. Buck –

The Boy Who Played With Fusion

Taylor Wilson always dreamed of creating a star. Now he’s become one. “Taylor would transform the family’s garage into a mysterious, glow-in-the-dark cache of rocks and metals and liquids with unimaginable powers … he would conceive, in a series of unlikely epiphanies, new ways to use neutrons to confront some of the biggest challenges of our time: cancer and nuclear terrorism…he would build a reactor that could hurl atoms together in a 500-million-degree plasma core– becoming, at 14, the youngest individual on Earth to achieve nuclear fusion.” This article shares the remarkable journey of a boy who followed his dream against perilous odds. { read more }

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