MY Version of the Arc Reactor

Introduction: MY Version of the Arc Reactor

This was not meant to be a replica of Tony Stark's. I wanted my own version. It has 1 super bright bulb. My mom didn't know what an LED was so she got me those. It has 3 reactors combined to one.
-Devon

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    52 Discussions

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    Tr1t1um1
    Tr1t1um1

    10 years ago on Introduction

    do you want to find out how to make one that can generate energy

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    Tr1t1um1
    Tr1t1um1

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    it does i could send you a blueprint im working on my arc reactor at the miniature size can generate 300 kilowatts in one minute

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    TathagataR
    TathagataR

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    I am interested so can you send me your blue prints

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    gdickson1
    gdickson1

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I am incredibly interested in this! I would greatly appreciate if you could send some plans my way! (and I'm assuming in those 2 years you've had upgrades for more power no?)

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    JackBot
    JackBot

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    everyone would be interested in the technology, but the only reason I would like the plans is because it sounds like those both are going to blow themselves up using made up element fusion reactions, unfortunately there is a massive chance that this is all made up, hate to be pessimistic but their comments below seem far-fetched, but I love to be proved wrong,

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    Tr1t1um1
    Tr1t1um1

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    its my own invention i also use the k capture method with my arc reactor its gonna be the first of its own kind

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    makerboy112
    makerboy112

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Do you have myspace/facebook/flickr? You can just upload it thru there and send me a link

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    Tr1t1um1
    Tr1t1um1

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    tell me when youve copied and pasted them so i can delete it

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    JackBot
    JackBot

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    this comment is quite a few years late, but technically the tech does exsist, we have used it in weapons for some time, you reply should have been you can't create an arc reactor that self produces enough energy output to support something comfortably,

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    drstrange02
    drstrange02

    10 years ago on Introduction

    If you made the wire apparatus on top and another on the bottom connected the 2 with pipe and bearings to allow for movement and positively charge one side and negative charge the other side. alternating the charge differently on the top slide and the bottom slide to repel each other causing them to spin. You would also be bombarding the positive and negative charges in the middle which if you filled with heavy water

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    someperson99
    someperson99

    10 years ago on Introduction

    thanks but i think ill go with plexiglass and then trace the design on the plexiglass