Fusion power is the beating heart of modern civilization. The modern nuclear power plant is little different in basic construction from one that is 50-60 years old. The basic premise of the Nuclear Power Plant is the He – H fusion cycle. The reactor chamber, as defined by the magnetic containment field of the plasma, is oscillated at the resonance frequency of the hydrogen-helium tunneling function. This causes increased fusion events at lower energy levels, drastically increases throughput by decreasing the threshold energy required. These reactors, ostensibly called Atomic Blenders due to the magnetic oscillation, can be made small enough to power a personal computer, but are generally built to the size of industrial buildings to supply large grids with power.