posted on Sep, 24 2018 @ 12:45 PM
a reply to: Miccey
No, not really a fraud. He and his teacher did build a version of a nuclear fusion reactor that worked. We have had nuclear fusion reactors working
for quite a while. The problem is, they use up more energy than they put out.
Which is what he built. So, yeah, "the kid who built a fusion reactor" is true. And it is good for TEDx talks and selling books but that does not make
him a fraud. He did do the work. It is all the other BS they try to sell like "parenting style" and "odd ball out of the school system" that is, at
the very least, not completely truthful, but is not fraudulent either.
If he really was a "fusion whiz kid" he would be studying high energy fusion at a named school, like Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, or, MIT, or even
University of Wisconsin (they have a stellarator there) but he is not. He is in college so that is good thing!
And he is not selling "cold fusion" or "over unity" devices on the internet!!