Neutron Club

9 06 2010

Yesterday I was officially added to the list of independent researchers that have achieved nuclear fusion, based on the result of our last fusion run. This list is maintained by Richard Hull, the first amateur fusioneer. Counting groups as a single entry, I’m the 38th person to make this list:

3. "The Neutron Club"

These people have operated a neutron producing fusor or fusion system.
(normally d-d fusion): 

          Richard Hull - 10e5 neutron mark 3/99
          Scott Little
          Joe Zambelli - Half mega mark 12/01
          Tom Ligon
          Michael Li - winner $75k Intel scholarship (fusor)
          Mike Amann
          Jon Rosenstiel - Mega neutron mark 10e6 11/02
          Gerardo Meiro - First non-US neutron Club member
          Phillip Fostini
          Carl Willis - advanced activation work
          Larry Leins - pulsed fusor work
          Craig Wallace - winner $1.5k Intel 2nd place (Fusor)
          Frank Sanns
          Brian McDermott
          Fergus Noble & Henry Hallam - first UK neutron members
          Adam Parker - winner of $10k Alabama scholarship in science
          Mark Langdon
          Thiago Olson
          Wayne Rodgers
          Eric Stroud
          Wilfried Heil & Noemi Zudor - Smallest fusor ~3" diameter
          Raymond Jimenez
          Alex & Ben Haylett - first to use heavy water electrolysis
          Steven Sesselmann - first Aussie fusion, New Star system design
          Andrew Seltzman
          ***********
          Utrecht University fusor group, poster is Benjamin Brenny
          Group includes: Sander Mann, Dick Abma, Thijs Krijger, Remco Van den
                          Dungen, Nivard Kagie
          ***********
          Bob Heil
          ***********
          Peninsula College - student group
          Ho Yee Hui, Derek Madison, Devon McMinn, Sarah Mangiameli
          Chris Milroy, Aaron Stoll, Jeff Zirul
          ***********
          Roman Radtke
          Louis Franzel
          Taylor Wilson - Youngest fusioneer - 14 years old.
          Thomas Rapp
          Tyler Christensen
          Ben Bartlett
          Doug Coulter & Bill Fain - first cylindrical fusor
          Matthew Honickman
          Jason Heidecker
          Mark Suppes
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9 responses

9 06 2010
James J

Very cool! But what are you going to do now?

10 06 2010
FAMULUS
10 06 2010
Don Cox

Congratulations!

This is a very impressive project.

13 06 2010
Raymond Rogers

You deserve recognition! A lot of work for one person.
Ray

19 06 2010
Lauren Cannon

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! I hope the independent scientific community continues to grow by leaps and bounds.

21 06 2010
bako1

Dude your living my dream, let me know if i can help you in anyway, i have all these crazy ideas, they just need direction

24 06 2010
TallDave

Gratz.

24 06 2010
William Sullivan

Excellent work. You should be commended for your efforts.

26 06 2010
Yordan Georgiev

This list is a proof of the inevitable … Practical fusion will be harnessed in the next 5 years and guys like you will make it the second industrial revolution … Check also other appproaches … and try to borrow from them … LPP Focus Fusion

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