19-Year Old Nuclear Physics Genius
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A fantastic story about Taylor Wilson, who at age 14 was the youngest person ever to build a working nuclear fusion reactor.

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This 19 year young man from Reno may be the next Einstein.  At age 14 he built a nuclear reactor and is working on a nuclear fusion reactor which has the potential to solve the world's energy problem.  Since he already knew more about nuclear physics than the professors teaching the subject, he skipped college and at 19 has formed his own company which is developing a nuclear power plant which does not need cooling and therefore can never melt down and which will therefore be safe from catastrophic accidental releases of radioactive material.  This young man may well change the world in a profound way.  For more technical deatails see the Wikipedia article on "Fusor."
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