Rumor of a cyclotroneer fusing this weekend

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Jim Kovalchick
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Rumor of a cyclotroneer fusing this weekend

Post by Jim Kovalchick » Mon Nov 11, 2013 2:50 pm

I have a strong reason to believe that a certain HEAS favorite cyclotroneer and his friends spent the weekend making a fusor that has already produced its first neutrons. They have gone from parts to fusion in 48 hours. I have encouraged them to share results here and claim a place in the neutron club. Folks who know who I am talking about will rightly guess that they have incorporated a beast of a power supply. More to follow...I hope.

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Re: Rumor of a cyclotroneer fusing this weekend

Post by Richard Hull » Mon Nov 11, 2013 5:10 pm

I know who it must be. Glad they are up to it. I hope they do report on it.

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Re: Rumor of a cyclotroneer fusing this weekend

Post by Andrew Robinson » Tue Jan 14, 2014 7:12 pm

Haha that's awesome! I would love to see the results. I'm also curious to see where things at at with their other project. I seem to remember them right in the middle of a large upgrade.
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