Taylor Wilson is not your typical teenager. When other kids were spending their time playing with toys he was busy experimenting with his grandmother's radiated urine and creating mushroom clouds in the backyard. Taylor currently lives in Reno, NV and attends the Davidson Academy of Nevada and boasts the title to be the youngest person ever to create nuclear fusion as well as the 31st person ever to achieve such a feat. Taylor began his fascination with creating a nuclear reactor when he came to the epiphany, while do experiments in his parents garage, that creating radioactive isotopes on sight in hospitals rather than miles a way would be cheaper and save many more lives. His late grandmother had succumbed to cancer and it was his experiments with the radioactive urine samples she had allowed him to use which caused the epiphany. the isotopes in cancer medications decay quickly this allows the radioactive material to attack the cancer cells and quickly decay thereby affecting less damage on the rest of the body and it's healthy cells. With help of his professor and another physicist the young boy went on to develop a small, cheap reactor that could be used in medical procedures. To think when I was 16 I just smoked pot in my grandma's basement.