Friday, 26 September 2014

Hypersonic jet travel

26 September 2014
                Present jet engines do molecular nuclear fusion:
1              Cm(H2O)n+(m+p)->mCO2+(n-p)H2O+p(He+O3+E2+Xray)
                I learned about the production of helium and X ray radiation from jet engines at Sheffield University in 1984.  It made no sense!
                And so I was back doing a PH D in 2000.  And the cold fusion work was out.  This does more molecular nuclear fusion of water molecules in turbulent flow in an electrical fields.
2              H2O+ef ->He+O+Xray+E
                Very week.  And not technologically useful.  But it taught us that atomic nuclear fusion from hydrogen ions is not even difficult.  Nature gets 1040 Watts, from the turbulent flow of high pressure water or steam.
                This is carbon free, free energy!  We lose the helium to space, and gain hydrogen.  And at lightning strikes get back our water.
                So it jet engines do large amounts of molecular nuclear fusion.  More so than reciprocating fossil fuel engines.  Though they do a little molecular nuclear fusion.  The oxidation of carbon fuels takes in energy.
                An internal combustion engine is only exothermic due to the  molecular nuclear fusion in does.  If we wanted double the power output per unit of fuel we burn, titanium plate the working surfaces of the internal combustion engine.
                The Face Centred Cubic metal capitalises the nuclear fusion.  And titanium is a most economic way to achieve this.  Formula one cars would get a massive efficiency improvement!
                Once the engine he started, we boil off regular water on the exhaust.  We induce this steam in place of the fuel oil and air.  We then run a car off regular water.  Only producing a little carbon dioxide at the next cold start.
                We utilised this idea with jet planes!  Boiling of regular water on the poor is exhausted manifold.  Getting superheated steam at 700° C and 9 atmospheres.
                We then turn off the aviation fuel.  We produce no carbon dioxide in flight: Richard Branson will love this idea!
                As the plane no flies at mach 10 in the stratosphere: where the air resistance is massively reduced.  We years frighteningly little aviation fuel.  We burn distilled water!
                Most of which falls to the surface of the earth as rain.  We get a little helium and oxygen gases.  The oxygen produced by plants doing molecular nuclear fusion-and the process we erroneously call photosynthesis.
                UV light capitalises the nuclear fusion.  The main energy is from the molecular nuclear fusion of water.
3              mCO2+(n+p)H2O+pO2->Cm(H2O)n+p(He+O3+E2+Xray)
                Which means biology and not physics are the world’s experts on nuclear fusion: they have written terms academic papers on the emission of X rays and production of helium and ozone during the day.  Physics have no direct knowledge of nuclear fusion.
                So if produce a hypersonic jet, the fires and stratosphere at 10 times the speed of sound.  The virtually no fuel cost.  America to Britain in 40 minutes!  For a ticket costing 120 UK pounds.
                We can adopt the same cycle to fly a hypersonic jet from the dioxide to the earth, landing on the dark side of the Moon.  Avoiding the lethal solar radiation.
                Interestingly enough, the Apollo missions did not bother with this!  The flight time to the Moon was eight days.  No we can get there in only two.
                The Apollo craft had no radiation shielding.  The survival time in outer space in direct sunlight is two days in the inner solar system.  The Apollo missions were shot in area 51.
                As any journey to the Moon would have incinerated the astronauts-in a medium power microwave oven.  Not survivable!
                Using the earth as a radiation shields, we can travel safely to and from the Moon every month.  Using hypersonic jet technology built by Rolls Royce: the world’s experts. And Richard Branson - the jet guy.

Jonathan Thomason

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