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Boy genius hopes to change world with nuclear energy

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Rock Center's Harry Smith hiked with 19-year-old boy wonder Taylor Wilson in the mountains of Western Nevada surveying for radioactivity.  At age 14, Wilson built his own nuclear fusion reactor and now he aspires to change the world with inventions like mini nuclear power plants. Watch Harry Smith's full report Friday, June 14 at 10pm/9c on NBC's Rock Center with Brian Williams.