Saturday, 31 May 2008

Hydrogen Jon

Burning H, or fossil fuels in oxygen does nuclear fusion: Power with no CO2 or toxic death

The miracle fuel
Is in your kettle today; water. When you do electrolysis on it, you get H and O. Burning this you would expect to get back less heat than you put in, you would be wrong!
The turbulence of the flame, smashes together steam molecules so hard, very rarely, you do nuclear fusion on the exposed hydrogens!
OK, one time in a million, but as Einstein said, E=mc2. So this means a lot of energy, as much as man's engines can cope with!
So when we burn off hydrogen, we form a bit of He and O, plus a lot of energy. If we combine it with pure O, we are talking about a flame heat of 1,400 C. So nicely in the range of heats we want.
So the way to transport H gas, is as water. We then split it using electrolysis, and then combine this in a flame.
I am a metallurgist, and it works better if we flame the hydrogen into a Ti helical twist -- you don't need to know why, I do. We will produce a whiff of He and O.
Like the deep sea does. So no CO2 or long lasting radioactive waste. We do produce He3, like the deep sea does!
The half life of which his 0.004 seconds, so it has decayed by the time it leaves the plant.
We do produce low power gamma waves, but I know how to cope with these. In any case, the same gamma rays are released by your kettle as it boils.
All water boilers give off radiation, as does your heart as it beats. Fields of green crops do the same.
But molecular nuclear fusion only make slow power gamma radiation, today. Knowing this, we can do something about it.
Nuclear fission makes high power gamma waves, but the whole industry makes toxic death on a huge scale! It kills, us and all life.
Somebody tell Finland: A beautiful land, that generates 80% of its power from nuclear fission. So is a Chernobyl waiting to happen.
They could do molecular nuclear fusion, and we all get to live cheaply and happily ever after!
- Burning H, or fossil fuels in oxygen, does nuclear fusion. -

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