Thursday, 5 May 2016

Proving Molecular Nuclear Fusion

I knew about his 1984 – but I was busy. With girls and a masters degree..
We take iron sheet, and gilioteen it down to 10cm strips, by 20cm. And 2mm thick. We clampa them in a vice. And meld them together. We repeat on the other side.
We then machine them flat, so we appear to have a solid bar – but it is a sequence of cracks. We then ultrasound this area, usnig 2 kW 40 kHz ultrasound: standard metalurgical ultrasound.

Med-Fit® Pro-Rechargeable Therapeutic Portable 1MHz Ultrasound

by Medfit
Only 9 left in stock - order soon.
4.5 out of 5 stars

Bought as ever from Amazon.
When we ultrasound it, we will get off loads of X-rays, as the ultrasound medium does Molecular Nuclear Fusion: a water and fat solution.
1 H2O+US+Tu->He+O+X-ray.
Wear the standard ultrasound kit, and preferably have an iron shield to protect you from the radioation. Iron filings compressed into a sheet works best.
The X-ray power is too low to be dangerous here.
Along the cracks, we get rows of bubbles. We scoop the fluid into a sealed jar, and centrifuge it. We then get a gas analysis. A high school chemistry lab can do the work here.
We get O and He. So one gas makes a flame burn brightly, and the other emits yellow light as we set up and electic arc across it.
There is no chemical source of He. There are two sources, nuclear fission anf fusion. We have no source of nuclear fission – and are doing nuclear fusion on the ultrasound fluid.
So we have just proved nuclear fusion.
Another source if a waterfall over 1m high. We get ozone and He, plus heat and X-rays at the base.
So it will expose photographic film kept in the dark. Our nose will detect the He, and our gas sample will emit yellow light from an electric arc.
2 H2O+TU ->He2++O2-+L+E+X-ray
The hair on your skin may well stand up on end – rom all the eelctrcity.
Green plant in the light also produce O and He, from CO2 and UV light. This one is for a university to confirm.
3 mCO2+(n+r)H2O+UV->(Cm(H2O)n-E)+nH2O+r(He+O+E3+L)
We get a faint blue light – as we will see from a plant in the dark, exposed to UV light and CO2.
Or just buy my e-book

No comments: