It has been known for 36 years, that burning Fossil Fuels does nuclear fusion.
I only worked this out during my PhD in 2000 – but my PhD supervisor could not understand the idea – and his funders were uranium nuclear power.
What prof Argent named Molecular Nuclear Fusion turns water into massive heat, He and X-rays.
Sheffield University gave me in the answer 1982: We apply a Ti metal plate to the inside surfaces of the car engine and cylinder heads.
We now double the value of r – so we are doubling the amount of nuclear fusion we do for a unit of fuel burn.
For sport cars, they are interested in the extra power – you might have to upgrade the power chain, to stop the engine destroying itself.
For family cars you halve the fuel burn – and get more power out. Suzuki motor, whose research headquarters for Europe is in Little Thorp Hammond, have been working on my ideas for 6 months.
And they have cracked it. A family car that gives 130 mpg at 70 mph on the motorway. This is going to reduce fuel cost by 80%. So 83p a litre of petrol. Most of this will go in additional costs – as the petrol will be so cheap.
It costs less than Perrier Water today – soon it will be cheaper than tap water. So service stations had better get good at catering and the book shop – or Good Bye filing station. Which will be visited so rarely now.
The next big idea is a steam plasma tube – which does Molecular Nuclear Fusion direct.
2 H2O+TU->E3+L+X-ray no CO2 or solid waste.
They will use 10-17cc of regular water a year – we will struggle to measure it. No refuelling costs. And no world market for petroleum oil.