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Movie Deal for 14 year-old’s Garage Fusion Reactor August 14, 2012

Posted by tkcollier in In The News, Science & Technology.
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Taylor Wilson always dreamed of creating a star. Now he’s become one. This story about a 14 year old prodigy will be directed by Take Shelter director Jeff Nichols. Wilson gained notoriety for experimenting with nuclear materials with his parents’ approval, and achieving nuclear fusion by the age of 14.

When his grandmother became ill with cancer, Wilson also attempted to develop a cure for the disease using short-lived isotopes.

The film will reportedly contrast Wilson’s story with the similar tale of Michigan teenager David Hahn, whose attempt to build a breeder reactor in his parents’ shed achieved results that were more dangerous than desirable. Link below is to original story. Picture is of Taylor in his garage.

via The Boy Who Played With Fusion | Popular Science.

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