Sunday, 27 December 2009

Letter to my Prof

By JonThm9@aol.com
Jonathan Thomason 117 Merchant’s Quay, Salford Quays, M50 3XQ
I know so much about radioactivity, as this is what my old department studied. So they have loads of test strips, and Geiger counters about.
When they are testing a kiddies toy, on go the test strips. When you have a new type of efficient heat exchanger, on go the strips.
I had this out with you earlier on in the year. You look at the heat going in, and the heat coming out. Any test plant is easily precise enough to do a heat balance.
So we have a heat exchange plant, which liberates gamma waves, and produces heat.
The developed world is spending $20 billion looking into Global Warming. But a working nuclear fusion plant generates power with no CO2, or the toxic death of nuclear fission.
It is the way nature works! The deep seas, green plants, animal blood system, water falls and man’s chemical power plants all do it.
In particular you have been running test on somebody else’s idea for 20 years, on a plant which does molecular nuclear fusion.
I proposed the idea in 2003. You have a working plant studying the turbulent flow of steam, next door to a department that does work on radioactivity. So in 6 years you have never wandered next door?
My old department would have been asking from 2002 to test your plant for radioactivity.
You have had a Geiger counter for a year, during which time Oxford has go £1 billion to do test on H gas and lasers.
For the last 20 years you have a little cost plant which does nuclear fusion. And you didn’t think to mention it? Why not?

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