Radioactive Boy Scout - How Teen David Hahn Built a Nuclear Reactor

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RedKB : Ok fine YouTube, I'll watch this video.

Jakiś Grejpfrut : Friend: YOU CAN’T MAKE A GODDAMN NUCLEAR REACTOR AS A TEENAGER Him: hold my caprisun

Your rekt dreams : The narrator REALLY needs to step off his high horse....

FrenZie : If this kid did this 50 years ago, he would have gotten a Nobel Prize and be praised in the history books.

Xavier Roberts : He didnt build a nuclear reactor, he attempted to.

Bisqwit : I hate the narrator for continually suggesting/insisting that the experiments should have been stopped and the boy should have been prohibited from continuing his science experiments and studies. NO! What he should have been, but wasn’t, is to be taught how to conduct his experiments in a safe and controlled manner, wearing protective gear and so on.

LucioOh5 : Remember to always carry Stimpaks and Radaways.

Carl TheBraincel : The narrator ruined it for me. This guy would be more fitting presenting top 10s for watchmojo

Carlos Hernandez : Next video; teen built a time machine in basement.

Error : David can probably cure cancer if u give him the resources because he's an eagle scout Edit: Oof nvm he died didn't finish the entire video

Chris L : The REAL sad part of this story is that with all those smarts, knowledge and understanding thay David had, he could habe become a nuclear physicists or something, but didnt. He could have done A LOT with the ammount of intelligence that david showed from a VERY early age. Which is near genius levels, but it was never encouraged or directed into a healthy outlet. I can only hope that my son shows this tyoe of intelligence and passion for something like David did. But his parents cared more about what happened to their house then their son and instead of helping him learn correctly and set him on a path of success, he was baisically told to "go play in the basement and leave us alone" and because of that he nearly killed himself multiple times and ended up living a life of mediocrity and was never able to grow his knowledge or put his intelligence to good use. THAT is the sad part.

Randy Madruga : At 39 he died from alcohol. Well okay but I can tell you with 100% certainty that mugshot of his face is meth scabs. This dude was an addicted meth head, it wasn't just booze.

P&G Gaming : Strength 9999 Persistence 9999 Endurance 9999 Charisma 9999 Agility 9999 Intelligence 9999 Luck 99999 That’s what makes you S.P.E.C.I.A.L Oh wait Common sense -9999

David Sutherland : All the narration judgement. Gets old.

The Creepy Night Shift Guy : This world doesn't celebrate people that are ahead of the curve; it fears them. David had the intelligence and drive, but none of the experience and knowledge to apply it correctly. He came from a broken home and had parents that took no interest in his hobby of science. Instead of trying to understand their son, they ignored him because they were likely unable or unwilling to relate to him. When David failed miserably, people were so quick to call him reckless and a criminal (like this narrator here) that they overlooked his potential; not as a villain, but as someone who genuinely wanted to make the world a better place. The totally biased narrator (who obviously hates David for some reason) even points out in this hit piece, that David's goal was to solve the world's energy problems. Instead of giving this kid any kind of direction, they threw him in jail, slandered his name in the press, and drove his mother to suicide. Instead of being a productive member of society, David was vilified and broken and resigned to a life of failure until drinking himself to death. David Hahn at least had good intentions. All this narrator wants is to make a little ad revenue while dancing on David's grave apparently. Hit Like and Subscribe for more of that I'm sure.

Gaby Lara : Chernobyl: Hold my beer.

Daniel Dr Freitas : He was simply ‘LOADING A NUCLEAR REACTOR INTO HIS OWN CAR’

Optimus Prime : You can't stop someone who is dedicated and has made up his mind.

GyrBuilder : roll for charisma, intelligence, and stealth he rolled a 20

SWATgabe : 16 year old kid: Hey can I get the formulas for a nuclear process? Highly esteemed science community: Sure! Get it to you in a jiffy!

my channel : 2:10 You shouldnt put a stop to some kids love in chemistry You should teach him how to do it right without limiting him why are people that actually make a difference and who are not stale always portrait as a villain (Go watch Cody's videos that might shine a light on what im trying to say)

Triqz_ Official : He was too smart for his own good

the supermonkey : Wow what a fallout fan

PARADOX ! : Mom: gives a son a chemistry book* Son: makes chrystal meth in his room and smokes it*

Nemo7The7Pirate7 : Stalker, drink that vodka to lower your radiation poisoning.

Mountain Fisher : They took my chemistry set away when I made some fulminate of mercury. That stuff was explosive, more than TNT. I blew a 2 foot hole in the high school parking lot with a mere test tube full.

Dekkia : I watched this video because YouTube recomended it to me. The story is very intersting but I didn't like the way it was told. The narrator tried from the beginning to sell the boy's curiosity and interest in science as a bad thing. I almost got the feeling that he tought he's a better person for not doing things like that as a child/teen.

Christopher Rod : You’re so melodramatic.

BOOT : I'd watch this movie before another one bout a drug dealer kid

Henkkaaz : "he was simply loading a nuclear reactor into his own car" lmao

Izten K : This kid is the true phineas and ferb

Brandon Trujillo : Please relay your tone more about how adults should have intetvened ... Shutup and tell the story!

/ Drew'sClues / : Oh dang! I live in the desert where they buried it.

Nikki Necro : Ah the early 90s. When parents didn't give a shit about anything. The 90s was the last decade where you could actually get away with this shit.

grim shadows : why do we punish brilliant minds that are able to do the impossible as a teen we should embrace these types of minds they need directions not punishment

Λυris : *_Parenting skills_*

Dave Hyler : High end overpriced beaker? Sure, why not. An extra dollar or two for some cheap safety goggles? No thanks...

Nawal M.12 : Alternate ending: The reactor explode and make a new fallout game

Kush Life : A genius in the wrong environment! 👀

Bordeaux Man : Love the story, hate the narration script. I gave it a dislike

impatientfire : Kid sounds like a genius. Too bad he was misguided

Casey L. : My butt itches

john m : Do scouts really wear that gay shit on their scarf? Wasn't like that when I was in British scouts 25 years ago

gan pak long : Intelligent Dumbass. EDIT: thats david in a nutshell.

Anonymous Platypi : So he can build a nuclear reactor but I cant put together IKEA furniture. Im sad now.

PrAKtikal Nurse : Unbridled brilliance.....if only someone had taken an interest in this kid...

Alexzander Stevenson : Try any of this with a black mom and she opening every can of whoop ass on the shelf on you

Jesse Padro : Wait a god damn minute... he works a lot of odd jobs to afford his components but he couldnt by protective gear. Like.. the first thing they show u and how to use in school. I spent days learning about safety before even doing anything in COOKING CLASS.. he cant be that smart. NEXT your goimg to tell me he poured water in a grease fire.... LMAO.... try again

Mr. Warcake : The adults the adults the adults, we get it.

Apex : Built a reactor all by himself. Man, he could have went onto great success