The Big Antimatter Reactor

The Topsy Antimatter Reactor (from Mad Science Institute)

The Topsy Antimatter Reactor (from Mad Science Institute)

In the word of Mad Science Institute, the world’s largest antimatter reactor is buried far, far below the Institute headquarters called Topsy House. Some people have asked why I described it as shaped like a kettle-bell. The reason, as I tried to illustrate here, was that, like a modern nuclear reactor, it actually doesn’t run directly on the heat produced by the reaction, but rather by the steam created by the heat. In a way, that qualifies it as Steam Punk!

About Sechin Tower

Sechin Tower is a teacher, game developer, and author of MAD SCIENCE INSTITUTE, a novel of creatures, calamities, and college matriculation. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
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