Thursday, 6 March 2014


Yesterday I successfully achieved fusion at 11:30 am, this was brilliant! I am waiting from for conformation that i have actually done fusion but looking at the results I am almost certain I have.

The following images shows me operating it the reactor

 The reactor consists of many parts, some of the main ones include the vacuum pumps, high voltage supply, vacuum chamber and deutirium system.

I would like to thank the following people for helping me financially or by providing technical support.
Mr Hourigan - for authorization and funding 
Mrs Honeyman - project manager/risk assessor and for giving up her time 
George Barker - for being my PA and blogging my story 
R & B Switch gear - for helping with safety and parts for the high voltage especially Robbie Newton and Tony Taylor 
Tim Abram at Manchester university for lending me the neutron detector 
Pro alloy for constructing the gas reservoir and valve for helping with problem solving and sourcing gear 
Carol Darbyshire, Raj Bhanot and Ian Grant at Springfields for helping with the radioactive health and safety and lending me the metering devices 
Dr K at MIRCE Akademy for helping with my initial plans 
Austin Dunne at Infrared institute for lending me some infrared thermographic equipment 
Mr Dever for his photography 
Site supervisors for tidying up my work area 
Mr Barker for the lead shielding 
Science and Technology department for helping with last minute engineering problems

And last but not least my parents for their help and support
I will upload some more pictures soon