Nice follow on suggestion, Majorana, at least in principle.
But use Fiberfrax or its equivalent as insulation. Aluminum foil is not an insulator (its a conductor and reflector only) and melts well below 1000 degrees F, and far below 1000 C. Rather than…
Using a gas torch is a great idea. When I was saying put it into aluminum foil i was indeed quite imprecise. Of course if you bring the reactor at 1000 °C into contact with the foil it will melt.
I actually meant to use the foil as a radiation reflector only and dont bring it into contact with the reactor.
Anyhow, Fiberbrax is the much better choice!
Although way more expensive.
Thank you very much.
I am able to test it later too.
I want to replicate Parkhomov work first, thus I will use identical setup as much as possible.
Indeed, safety in the first place. I think that loading the fuel is the most dangerous part of this…
This sounds good. As I said if you need support just say the word.
I hope we can find omniconvincing evidence and present it to the scientific community before climate reaches point of no return.. there is not much time left.....