Nuclear Fusion as an energy source

Hey, I'm Jared Howell. Come visit the press on Sat. 12/5/14

Me, Jared Howell

Hey I am Jared Howell, a scientist at the Brite Center in Durham, NC. I found a way to use Nuclear Fusion as an energy source.

Nuclear Fusion

The fusion reaction that is easiest to accomplish is the reaction between two hydrogen isotopes: deuterium, extracted from water and tritium, produced during the fusion reaction through contact with lithium. When deuterium and tritium nuclei fuse, they form a helium nucleus, a neutron and a lot of energy.
Both fission and fusion are nuclear reactions that produce energy, but the applications are not the same.
Fission is the splitting of a heavy, unstable nucleus into two lighter nuclei, and fusion is the process where two light nuclei combine together releasing vast amounts of energy.
Fusion has very good inherent safety qualities, among which absence of 'chain reaction' and no production of long-lived, highly radio-toxic products.
Using Nuclear fusion can save us a lot of money in the long run. So can and support our company at our press on Saturday,12/5/15.