Bubbly Drinks and Bubble Detectors

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Posted by Rezwan Razani on Feb 11, 2012 at 10:27 AM
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Drink to fusion!

One of the instruments used to measure fusion is the “bubble detector” - the more bubbles, the more neutrons - proof of fusion.

An ideal product tie-in for this is soda pop, champagne or any other bubbly beverages.  Just add a fusion-conscious label on a bottle, and a blurb about fusion, neutron detectors, bubbles.  Then contemplate & celebrate fusion every time you drink! 

Celebrate the quest.  Celebrate the milestones achieved along the way.  Celebrate the ultimate achievement when it comes!

Action Steps / further rationalization:

  • explain the bubble detector more clearly, and for a lay audience;
  • find makers of bubbly beverages, whether that be champagne, sparkling juice, beer or soda;
  • get these beverage manufacturers to create a special label for their beverage “Fusion Fizz”, “Fusion Champagne” to tie in with bubble detection.  The label would have a short blurb about the ongoing quest for fusion, and neutron bubble detection.
  • If it’s champagne or other sparkling wines, people can get into the habit of toasting “to the day that net energy from fusion is achieved”
  • and when that day comes - we can toast to its achievement : )
  • Manufacturers can also dedicate a part of their profits to fusion research.
  • different brands can back different fusion projects and say a bit about those projects, raising awareness of the diversity of approaches.

So many ways to tie fusion in to life.  Let the celebration begin!

I, for one, would always buy fusion champagne on special occasions - keep that promise on the horizon.

Some quotes:

The last words of John Maynard Keynes, widely considered the father of modern economics, were “I wish I’d drunk more Champagne.” - Jerry

Interesting you should think of this . One of my favorite books is the 1970 Bubble Chamber Data Book. Their Logo is a glass of champagne. - Anonymous physicist

There is more to bubbles. Think of the exhaust from a p-B11 reactor. A bit of unburnt fuel ( hydrogen and boron) and helium ash. Add a little oxygen and you get soapy water with helium bubbles. - ?

 

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