Saturday, 6 August 2016

Halving fuel costs

This one is easy to check, using a toy internal combustion engine. Such a toy will be sold with all the performance characteristics.
We Ti plate the cylinder body and heads. Then we change the car over to economy mode: or we halve the fuel feed in the carboretta.
When we start the engine up, we will get twice the power for a unit of fuel – so we halve the feed feed, to get twice the mpg of the petrol of diesel engine. And the science was taught to me at Sheffield University 1983.
A working car engine does Molecular Nuclear Fusion
1 Cm(H2O)n+pO2 ->(mCO2+(n-r)H2O-E)+r(He+O+E3) so oxidising the carbon molecule takes in energy. It is only the nuclear fusion we do, that releases massive heat and so power.
Ti plating the working surfaces of the engine more than doubles the power.
Fro an aged car, we polish the cylinder body, before giving the electroplate. If we need more metal, we use an iron electroplate, before the Ti.
So we halve your stops at the filling station. But petrol prices are very linked to consumption, so petrol will fall by 60%.
And we halve the CO2 output from cars – doing more for CO2 emissions, than scrapping half the cars on the road.
Photosynthesis converts extra CO2 BACK into bio-mass within 5 minutes: Global Warming was nuclear fiction to scare the science stupid – so you never believed it, even before the 21 years of global cooling we have just had.
Most of the Fossil Fuels formed at the end of the Jurassic, where there was 655 more life, and sea levels 60 meters lower. The Jurassic had 3 natural ice-ages.
One lasted 650 million years, with 4 times the 2 parts per million CO2 photosynthesis on the land and seas leaves in the afternoon air. Man has no control over the carbon cycle.

All the Fossil Fuels used to be active life. But them, and get that life back – in new form.

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