THE FUSOR REACTOR: Philo Farnsworth

This piece of information twists the nature of the Hot Fusion research game in a new way. For if a working Hot Fusion Reactor already existed, then why were stupendous floods of money continually being supplied to newer and more complex hot fusion projects? Was this contradiction a “funding project”, a means for deferring the instantaneous deployment of the successful reactor on behalf of threatened petroleum cartels?

The reality of anyone controlling hot fusion reactions as early as 1965 (reaching self-sustaining reaction) sounds truly bizarre to anyone familiar with the historical publications. But this single technological instance is by no means the only time this century that such a contradiction was nationally framed. The forgotten science, which lies dormant in unstudied Patents and Victorian texts, will revolutionize the mind of anyone who dares break out of the conventional thought frame.

Fleeing the implications of an ever-regulated mind state, those who study in the sciences are often passionately forced into the Victorian literature where they rediscover true science. This is not a pleasant luxury for some. It is a necessity, which determines their very lives.

But dreams are fulfilled by those who seek them out. Those who are sought and touched by the Ray of Discovery know its power and desire for humanity. Despite the forgetfulness of scientific researchers, there are those whose hearts are pure enough to receive new dreams. New visions. Answers to the unknowns, which causes some to seek truth, as bearing solitary candles, in a windy night. Of all the venture projects, which chased after the elusive hot fusion Grail, one researcher succeeded. How fortunate we are to have found this document. For it will become plainly evident that, if it were possible to have eradicated this document, those who now own it would have done so. But since the device stands as part of the public record, we can rest assured of its status. Here is a tale, a biography, best recounted with solid evidence from the Patent Registry itself. The device was patented!


The true father of electronic television, Dr. Philo T. Farnsworth, found the practical key toward achieving hot fusion. He demonstrated his hot fusion reactor before several highly qualified groups of analysts. They saw the system in operation and yet testify that it really worked.

In a brief biographic sketch, it must be recalled that Dr. Farnsworth is the true father of electronic television. He is one of the most conspicuously disregarded inventors of the Twentieth Century. In 1927, the young high school student received the entire working design for the electronic television system in a single insightful ray. Scrawled out on a scrap of notepaper and saved by his high school physics teacher, the very drawing became the document, which sealed his name in later court proceedings.

His patents are remarkably advanced for their time. His ability to design electron tubes of extraordinary form allowed him to create incredibly new electronic components yet used by the military. No precedent had been set for electronic television. The system parts had to be invented. Proper design of the electronic television system required that every piece, every tube, every component be researched, tested, and implemented. In a rapid deployment of new designs, Dr. Farnsworth and his dedicated group of researchers designed, built, and implemented each part. During this arduous process, they learned how to manage the very production of their own parts, the television industry having developed among their members. This later enabled a small factory to be established for the manufacture of the various Farnsworth television systems.

At the time, no corporate enterprise was able to summon the genius in producing an adequate television system. Even R.C.A. relied on the old mechanical television systems as a primary base for developing a new system. These mechanical sets were the sparkling, whirling, multi-mirrored twirling wonders of an earlier Victorian time. Baird, Rosing, Jenkins, and other names come to mind when recalling those quaint and inspiring working designs. Others had brought mechanical television to its point of perfection. But the mechanical televisions, while being the perfection and wonder of their day, were little more than “flicker windows”, producing vague and blurry shadows. Something utterly new was needed, some fresh departure into a new age of real television. That new departure was already patented and operational in Farnsworth’s laboratories.

After several years and fortunes in failed attempts, RCA was forced to duplicate the results, which Farnsworth had developed. Ultimately they had to use the Farnsworth System as their chief model from which to…”glean” their own components. They used Dr. Vladimir Zworykin to achieve this theft. Zworykin’s legendary “photographic mind” was employed, through his numerous “visits” to the Farnsworth Research Laboratories, to permit the complete re-design of every Farnsworth component under the R.C.A. crest. David Sarnoff was thereafter able to issue Zworykin’s patents for a television system without paying Dr. Farnsworth a single penny or a word of gratitude. Nevertheless, the dream belonged to Dr. Farnsworth. Image dissectors, pulse transmitters, synchronizing oscillators, synchronous scanning, image analyzers, receivers, and special cathode ray tubes: Farnsworth conceived, designed, and hand-built each of them with his research team in 1926. Examination of the Farnsworth patents reveals nothing but novel tube designs, which remain without contemporary equal. Dr. Farnsworth developed numerous unusual tubes to make his television oscillators, receivers, and transmitters more efficient. No existing technology could match the performance characteristics of his UHF oscillators, electron multipliers, and cold cathode signal amplifier tubes.

Notable among these designs were cold cathode vacuum tubes, some of which employed soft radioactive materials to achieve unheard electronic performances. He developed photomultipliers, multipactors, Infrared imaging tubes, image storage tubes, and image amplifiers. Military night-vision is a Farnsworth invention. ITT makes billions of dollars from this single Farnsworth patent.


Throughout World War II, Dr. Farnsworth continued to explore new electronic alternatives, designing radically new species of electron tubes, which became as famous as his earlier development of electronic television. The development of his “multipactor tube” was one such departure from convention. In this strange “cold” tube species, a photoelectric multiplying process saturates the vacuum with electrons. The simple application of a small direct current results in such an efficient avalanche of electronic charge that the tube bordered on “complete” efficiency. This meant that the input energy completely equaled the output energy, a condition not known in vacuum tube technology.