The Radioactive Boy Scout

The Radioactive Boy Scout

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  • Conflict
  • Hi, I'm David Hahn. I am a 16 year old Boy Scout from Golf Manor, MI, a suburban town of Detroit.
  • Main Character and Trait
  • This is where I built my experiments. There are many different radioactive elements that I've tried to isolate and other experiments.
  • Secondary Character and Trait
  • I'm Ken, and I'm David's father. I don't like my son's experiments because he has gotten in trouble for them, and I'm worried about him
  • The main conflict is man vs. world. He tried to be social, but wasn't able to and started to become more to himself. He rebelled when his parents didn't let him do experiments. He tried to be good, but went bad when he stole and disobeyed this parents.
  • Setting
  • The main character of the story is David Hahn and he is intelligent. This was because he was able to create experiments and make a reaction between radioactive elements to make Uranium. This means he was great at science and intelligent.
  • Favorite Part
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  • The secondary character is David's father, Ken. He is very un-supportive because he doesn't approve of his son's experiments and is not happy with his son.
  • Least Favorite Part
  • The setting is in Golf Manor, MI, which is in the suburban area of Detroit and David is always in his shed working on experiments. He lives in a divorced family.
  • I liked it when he had shown up to school with radioactive material and he showed it to his friends with a Geiger counter and they were amazed
  • I didn't like it when the EPA shut down his shed because he was onto something, but it is understandable because its dangerous
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