Day One

3 06 2009

What a day.

First off, we have achieved FIRST VACUUM. Connected the small chamber to the pump. So far I’ve got it down to 3e-7 torr and dropping steadily, which gives us a green light for the Fusor:


We had an initial false start which was caused by poor connection on the last conflat to be connected. The last flange is always the hardest because there is more weight on the system. The setup is pretty precarious, and only serves to check first vacuum.

Secondly, Deez successfully fabricated the fusor core:fusor_core

Here is a time-lapse of day one:

Deuterium Handling System

3 06 2009

Just received the deuterium handling system from Brian McDermott’s disassembled fusor. Thank you Brian!


Introducing Deez

3 06 2009

I would like to introduce Prometheus Fusion Perfection’s first team member: Deez

Deez has a ton of experience in construction and fabrication. He will be serving as our chief fabricator. Submitted for your approval, I give you Deez:


Going All The Way

3 06 2009

Today I start my new full-time job as CEO of Prometheus Fusion Perfection.  Set the controls for the heart of the Sun.

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