The Fourth Bear

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Posted by Rezwan Razani on Feb 11, 2012 at 10:38 AM
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Author: Jasper Fforde

My vote for best fusion device in fiction goes to the thermocuclear device in “The Fourth Bear:  A Nursery Crime” by Jasper Fforde.  WARNING!  SPOILERS!  MAJOR PLOT POINT REVEALED!  From the book:

...there is a theory that might explain the sort of damage we saw at Obscurity and on the Nullarbor.  It was first postulated in the 1950s but was so far-fetched that even the hard-core pseudoscience elite dismissed it as nonsense.  It was called Cold Ignition Fusion and was a way of building a small thermonuclear device using a deuterium/tritium fuel that could be self-extracting from the heavy hydrogen found in groundwater, and then mass-induced organic trigger to set it off.

Yes.  A thermocuclear device.  Just read the book.  Critical mass at 50kg.

More great literature at JasperFforde.com

Thermocuclear Awards

In connection with the fusion entertainment campaign, we would like to launch fusion in fiction awards.  Among the awards, we would need a category for concepts dismissed by the “hard-core pseudoscience elite”. This means we need to have a panel of these elites to vote on the prize.  Does one get nominated to be a part of the elites?  Wigs are appropriate.




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