Canada: 12-year-old builds functional nuclear reactor-in the children's room

War in Ukraine. The European Union increases the tone, Zaporijjia reconnected… The point on the 206th day

 War in Ukraine. The European Union increases the tone, Zaporijjia reconnected… The point on the 206th day © Gleb Guarantor / Reuters archives destroyed in Izioum, in the Kharkiv region, Saturday September 17, 2022. The fights and the bombings continue In Ukraine this Saturday, September 17, 2022, while the European Union wants to set up an international court for war crimes, after the discovery of hundreds of corpses in Izioum, in the east of the country.

Jackson Oswalt, a functional nuclear reactor built in his children's room at the age of 12.

Jackson Oswalt hat einen Atomreaktor gebaut. © YouTube/World News, Fox News Jackson Oswalt has built a nuclear reactor. 12-year-old builds functional atomic reactor in children's room

US student Jackson Oswalt has built a nuclear reactor from a vacuum cleaner, a few pumps and chambers that his parents bought on eBay. Overall, the good piece cost the equivalent of almost 9,000 euros.

also interesting:

blatant: These are the best bargains of the day at Amazon *

man discovered gigantic white shark in abandoned amusement park

Luisa Neubauer's assets: The German climate activist

Escalation of war, nuclear threats show Putin 'failing and flailing,' says Trudeau

  Escalation of war, nuclear threats show Putin 'failing and flailing,' says Trudeau UNITED NATIONS — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned Russia's "flailing and failing" president Wednesday, joining a chorus of global outrage aimed at what he described as Vladimir Putin's panic-stricken escalation of a collapsing war in Ukraine. Trudeau was wrapping up two days at the United Nations just as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, speaking to the General Assembly by video, pleaded with the international body to punish and isolate his country's tormentor.

is the most expensive car in the world: Mercedes sold legendary coupé - price makes speechless

nuclear energy from the children's room

is the reactor in the children's room of Jackson Oswald in the southern metropolis of Memphis. The junior inventor pulled out the necessary information from the Internet. The open source project Fusor provided the necessary information and reinsurance.

9 inexplicable things found on Earth

The builder

told Fox. The 14-year-old says about the construction of his facility: "I started looking for [nuclears] things on the Internet, because I am interested The beginning of the process was to find out what other people had done with their fusion reactors. Then I put together a list of the required parts. I bought these parts primarily from eBay, and then the parts I was Could get hold of eBay, often not exactly what I needed. So I had to adapt it to do what I had to do for my project. The nuclear reactor is able to bring Atoms together in a hot plasma center through force, which releases fusion energy. A similar process drives the sun on ".

As Putin ramps up nuclear threats, how world reacts to ‘sham’ referendums is key: Joly

  As Putin ramps up nuclear threats, how world reacts to ‘sham’ referendums is key: Joly Claiming the territories as part of Russia, many fear, would provide a dangerous pretext for Putin to use nuclear weapons to stop the continued Ukrainian counteroffensive. Your browser does not support this video Joly called the nuclear threats made by Putin amid the counteroffensive in recent days "irresponsible" and "unthinkable," but also warned that "we can't be naive" about the threats. "We have to make sure that we work with allies on different scenarios. We know now that Putin is cornered. He’s cornered and he’s becoming more and more isolated," she said. "At the same time, we have to be very careful.

Conclusion: Well Done, Bro - but please don't make a crap with the reactor.

by the way: With the number, Oswalt has even made it into the Guinness Book of Records .

*Affiliate Link

More exciting topics:

13-year-old complains about nose pain-doctor discovers incredible

Konny Reimanns fortune: The cult emigrant

"Mona Lisa too small!": The stupidest tourist complaints of all time

Rupen Pandya: SaskPower working to find right mix for our future needs .
The crisis unfolding right now in California is a cautionary tale for Saskatchewan. In the middle of a prolonged heat wave , California finds its electricity supply unable to keep up with demand. Californians are now facing rolling blackouts. Navy ships have been disconnected from their port-based electricity connections and asked to sail out to sea. The state’s electricity planner has even asked its electric vehicle owners not to charge their cars. There are a couple important lessons we can draw from the crisis to our south. The first is that there are more extreme swings in temperature, more extreme flooding and longer droughts.

See also