Monday, 14 December 2009

Deep life

By JonThm on Jonathan Thomason
In the deep sea we have hot smokers, where we get bubbles of geothermal water rising in a turbulent way through liquid sea water. As we are under pressure, this does molecular nuclear fusion.
So we see vibrant ecosystems supported by deep molecular nuclear fusion: In the same way life on land is supported by green plants doing molecular nuclear fusion in the light.
So biology is supported by molecular nuclear fusion: This is none dangerous, and does not produce the toxic death of nuclear fission from Uranium.
So we have got nuclear fusion going on, only ten feet below the sea surface. It is not beyond the whit of man to do this in an engineering plant on land.
Molecular nuclear fusion will power the future – nuclear fission is toxic and the way of death.

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