Friday, 7 August 2015

Energy companies are taking us for a ride

Fossil fuel prices have fallen by over 40% in the last year. British gas have cut their prices by 5%. Corporate power stations are happy to keep energy prices!
And nuclear power is now looking at operating at a loss! Sitting on the world largest pile of hyper toxic waste, we should be bothered.
A 2m x 2cm steam plasma tube generates 11.6 MW. It actually converts steam into energy
1 H2O → 2H++O2-+Tu->E3+L+X-ray
We actually convert the free hydrogen ions and electrons into neutrons. And they unwind matter into energy, light and X-rays. By enriching the ions, which then decay exothermically into small ions!
2 H++e- ->n0
3 16O2-+s n0 ->8H++4e-+E Each fission turns a neutron into energy. So making each nuclear fission exothermic.
4 H++n0+Tu ->Er3+L+X-ray
Ask professors of physics about this – 'Sorry, too busy writing papers on the climate for nuclear power. Don't know anything about the climate, but they say so much!'
So they knew how to do nuclear fission in the 50s. But academics will write anything for money. And once academi9cs have funding, other academics have agreed to say nothing.
So 9 2m steam plasma tubes will run a 100 MW power station.
A hope user can use a 50x1cm steam plasma, to generate 1.2 MW of heat. This is a massive amount of heat, and will generate the power for 300 houses. Taking loading off the grid, and undercutting hyper toxic nuclear power by a factor of 10.
Producing no CO2 or hyper toxic radioactive waste. So a personal power plant will cost 2,548 UK pounds to build, and generate an annual income of 1.4 million UK pounds. Conventional power will say we can match than!
But today charge 8p per kW hour, when a steam plasma tube will cost on 0.2 p per kW hour. They are taking UK consumers (And US ones) fro a ride. Putting our companies at a commercial disadvantage. Costing jobs!

All to support the most toxic industry that has ever existed. That holds out the promise that it will yet kill all life on Earth. It must be globally prohibited NOW.

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