Every 3 minutes around the world we have a heavy rain storm doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion
The positive charge collects above the cloud layer, and the negative falls to the ground. When we have a 5,000 V potential, a partial steam plasma links up electron holes between the clouds and the ground. This does a bit of Molecular Nuclear Fusion – and releases visible light – of which there is no chemical source
2 H2O-e- ->He2++O-+E+L
When it touches down, we get the up-rush of 100 amps of charge.
3 H2O+e-+O2+TU ->He2++O3-+E2+L+X-ray
This produces 5 tonnes of he ions, which equates to an energy release of 2.5x1030 W. Totally non toxic and free massive power. From a 1.5kn partial steam plasma.
If we have a 50x1cm steam plasma in a glass tube, it produces a constant 1.2 MW at 4 atmospheres. If we immerse this tube in a water tank, we generate 1.2 MW of steam at 120oC. We may prefer to then have another steam plasma tube, to superheat the steam to 940oC.
It will utilise 0.36cc or regular water a decade. We are going to generate in excess of 200 kW of electricity. Depending no the efficiency of our turbine. Ti plating the turbine blades will double the power we produce.
We heat the house electrically, and sell 180 kW to the national grid. Who pay 2p per kW year. We are looking at and income of 36 million UK pounds annually. This is more money than the most extravagant person can spend in a life time.
From regular water. We do H fission – twice s energetic as Molecular Nuclear Fusion
4 xH++e- ->(x+1)n0 the H ions and electrons form neutrons.
5 O2-+s n0 ->8H+t n0+10e-
6 H++v n0 ->Ev3+L+X-ray
So we turn regular water into massive heat – with no solid radioactive waste. 11.6 MW from a 2cm x 1m tube. This is too much power. A 50x1cm tube still generates 11.6 MW.
A working steam engine does Molecular Nuclear Fusion, and produces X-rays and so much heat. The fire tubes reach 3000oC in the water tank – and do not melt due to the presence of the liquid water.
So working steam engine gives out X-rays, and produces He and Ozone. As it does Molecular Nuclear Fusion today. So industrial museums have a working Molecular Nuclear Fusion engine, universities can do experiments on.
So a 100 MW power station will use 10 2m steam plasma tubes – and 5 such tubes to super heat the steam. If we use a Carnot heat pump to cool the exit steam, and return 85% of this heat to the boiler room, for 2% of the generated power, we have reduced the steam plasma tubes we need to maintain the process by a facto of 9.
We were already talking about using 0.4cc of regular water a year to run the plant. No gas or oil – no boiler room. And no hyper-toxic uranium fission.
This process is so toxic, the plant needs 100 billion of insurance: remember Fukishima bankrupted the 2nd largest GDP country on the planet. No commercial insurance above 1 billion is available.
So when Tony Blair privatised UK nuclear power, he instantly made it illegal. No nuclear plant anywhere in the world has sufficient insurance – so there is no legal EDF plant any where in the world.
All UK nuclear plants, including Hinckley Point and Sizewell B must shut down instantly – if they have already not done so. They ceased to be legal on the day of privatisation.
The station managers receive 10 years in jail for each year of illegal operation. And the station operators pay 10 million UK pounds per plant, for every year of illegal operation. 4 billion comes to mind- but this may be a drastic under estimate.
The owners of Sizewell B instantly declare bankruptcy. And UK nuclear cease.
So each home use uses 1.5m x1cm of steam plasma tubes to generate in excess of 200 kW. Enough for 40 users. So the national grid will get its total power supply from home users within 2 years.
No fossil fuel burn, and no hyper-toxic uranium fission – but that ceases legal operation in 1986.
Welcome to the fusion age – though the industrial revolution used steam engines – and so Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
Nature does massive amounts of nuclear fusion every day using the turbulent flow of high pressure water or steam! Hence the massive amount of helium gas in the global air.