By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason
Oxidizing natural gas would take IN heat if the flame did not do molecular nuclear fusion from the steam in turbulent flow – in the flame.
Oxford University is doing nuclear fusion from H gas and a laser. There are better ways, going from steam.
I hope to research this area, at Sheffield University. It should be possible to make a personal fusion plant, which runs off water, and gives out as much radiation as you kettle does.
The end products are He and O, like we get from the deep sea, which also does molecular nuclear fusion from high pressure water.