30 October 2014
A reason resized corporation has a backup generator! Usually fired with oil or gas. It sits there, utilised for 6 hours every five years. This is a wasted free resource.
May well there is a lightening strike every 3 minutes around the world. This turns regular water into 5 tonnes of helium gas and associated ozone. The initial lightening down strike, is set up by heavy rain fall.
This has been extensively written up by geography. Lack the understanding of what the ions and production of helium and X rays means: we are doing nuclear fusion!
This converts to 2.5x1030 Watts over three seconds from a 1.5 kilometre lightening down strike. 2 MW/m. This is useful energy!
A company go to banks of three steam plasma tubes, two metres long in the backup generator. A steam plasma tube converts hydrogen ions and free electrons into neutrons.
2 H++e- ->n0
This will convert the helium and oxygen ions, into low atomic weights! Ending up with hydrogen. This ended fissions into heat and light.
3 1+sH++r n0-> 1+tH+->E3+L+Xray
Every biological organism on earth does molecular nuclear fusion. Including you as you heart beats! So you can take your pulse with a Geiger counter. And you breathe out helium and ozone. They don’t really breathe in any helium. And there is no chemical source of this gas.
So every organism on earth does nuclear fusion from hydrogen ions.
The calculation is very simple: 0.02x1,000000,x24x365=175,320,000 UK pounds per kilowatt year. And any reasonable size company is going to get an income of 1,262,304,000 UK pounds. 1.2 billion pounds.
Why bother doing anything else? That is serious income from a wasted resource. Using science published in the 1980s. With no fossil fuel burn or hyper toxic uranium fission.
There are 10,000 really size companies in the UK.5,000 much larger! He would generate a constant 80 MW. We are looking at a corporate energy generation of 8 Global Warming per year.
From regular water! Massively undercutting all fossil fuel burning or toxic uranium fission. Will end up exporting massive energy to France. Via the under channel electric cable.
Jonathan Thomason JonThm9@aol.com