How to Make a Deuterium Reactor

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About: I am an aspiring artist from the greater Seattle area. I would one day like to leave the greater Seattle area, maybe move to the lesser Seattle area, but right now my Uno contract won't allow it. My hobbies...

This Instructable will go through the process of making a Deuterium Reactor out of household appliances. The total cost is estimated to be anywhere from 2.00 to 7.00 USD.

CAUTION!
The process of making Deuterium Reactors is very dangerous. Baby wipes are used, and baby wipes sting if they get in your eyes. Trust me, I almost went blind. Also wear closed-toe shoes. (crocs are acceptable)

Step 1: Step One: Staple Two Sheets of Looseleaf Paper to a Sheet of White Printer Paper.

Make sure you use real white printer paper and not the crappy kind.

Step 2: Step Two: Gently Dab the Stapled Sheets of Paper in Warm Water (over 87 Degrees Fahrenheit) for 14.5 Seconds.

This step is absolutely crucial. My bro Snoop asked if he could do this at 86 degrees Fahrenheit, and the answer was of course no. Doing this at 86 degrees Fahrenheit is dangerous and makes a mockery of out of everything in the name of science. 

Step 3: Step Three:

Sit your almost finished Deuterium Reactor out in the sun for 3-5 hours. Make sure the neighborhood kids don't mess with it, you might have to pay for their medical bills if they do. To ensure that they don't, stand at the front of your driveway making weird noises to frighten them away.

Step 4: Step Four:

Once your Reactor has sat in the sun for the right amount of time, bring it back into a garage or basement. The last step is to rub oregano all over it. Make sure you buy a quality brand of oregano or you might die. My finished Reactor is shown here.

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shadowslarter

Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

Nuclear energy has a very low impact on the environment since it does not releases any gases like carbon dioxide and methane which are largely responsible for the greenhouse effect. The benefits of this clean energy source can help propel our society into a stable, productive future.

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RobotB904shadowslarter

Reply 2 years ago

Actually, an Average Volcanic Eruption puts more of these supposed "Greenhouse Gasses" into the air than man has in the entire history of the Earth.

I know, we'll just plug up all of the Volcanoes around the world, and that ought to stop Global Warming!

Then after about a decade or so, the Magma will ooze out of the tectonic plates, and then we won't have to worry about Earth because there would be none of us left once the Earth is a raging ball of Magma. Good Job, Green Team!

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thatinventor1

3 years ago

This is trash. Why are you polluting a good website with trash?

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craftclarity

4 years ago on Introduction

This look so much simpler than the instructions for the Mr. Fusion that the good Dr. left me. Doesn't look like it has the bumpin' stereo I installed in the DeLorean tho...

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Orngrimm

4 years ago

now what I do with all the free energy?! help!
;)

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kretzlord

4 years ago on Introduction

So do i take the moist paper and put that into my fusion reactor?

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skepticaljay

4 years ago

hahaha! this is great!