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Youtube Documentary

Post by Steven Sesselmann » 24 Jun 2019, 11:09

Hi All,

I came across this documentary on Youtube, featuring Carl Willis and Taylor Wilson, it appears to be professionally filmed and quite interesting. I have indirectly known both Carl and Taylor since they were both in high school, at the time (around 2005) we were all building fusors and debating fusion on fusor.net which is how I got involved in gamma spectrometry.

Check it out... https://youtu.be/k6j7wksLhaw

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Re: Youtube Documentary

Post by Svilen » 31 Jul 2019, 04:02

I've seen some video material from Carl Willis before, lots of interesting stuff there always. What really stands out is their passion about the things they are doing and so a scientist must be.
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Re: Youtube Documentary

Post by gwgw » 03 Aug 2019, 06:24

I have exactly the same Bicron NaI(Tl) probe as this guy used at the end measuring the train cart hehe.

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