Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Power for life

Is complicated – though very easy to do experiments on. We need a glass tube with exletrodes, and a steam feed line and pressure gauge.
No equations on H fission have been published. I would like my equation checking out
1 1H++r 1n0 ->Er3+L+X-ray
We could get a whole was of sub-atomic partigles, and gamma waves plus other radiation. Pluys cosmic rays. The oxygen decay is more published
2 178O+1n0 ->148C+4He
But C is a great neutron sink. But the 13C decays by emitting gamam waves. I am operating as a theatre lyricist and singer, plus video maker, presented and drama writer.
So Molecular Nuclear Fusion needs investigating – and there is unlimited SERC funding here.
H fission appears to be 32 times as exothermic by mass than u fission: And totally non-toxic. Molecular Nuclear Fusion is only 25 times.
Lightening suggest Molecular Nuclear Fusion will self sustain up to 4 atmospheres. H fission is more energetic, and should self sustain at only 2 atmospheres! Here we do experiments using a 50x1cm H gas filled tube.
3 H2+e1- ->1n0+H+e2-+EH3 EH3 is the energey equivalent of a H atom. 5.8 W.
We want a glass tube with H feed and pressure and temperature meters. Also a hindy Geiger counter – and I would site it in a water bath.
We flick the radiant tube on – but some of the electrons will be converted into radiation and subatomic carticles. The neutron will enrich H atoms, which then decay.
4 H+r n0 ->E2+L+X-ray

Totally outside anybody's experience. But the most energetic reaction in the universe. It goes on in radiant sun coroneas.

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Nature makes immense amounts of power every day by doing nuclear fusion on high pressure water or steam. Totally clean and natural power! With no radioactive toxic waste! Totally green power on earth.
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