Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Infinite free power

I have been talking about this for 2 years, but hyper toxic nuclear power are still chittering on acout CO2 – the gas plants take into grow. So the globla average has been stuck at only 2 prts per million – inside a natural ice age. CO2 levels rise with a 4 year delay.
Ligthening strikes the earth ever 3 minutes, and makes 5 tonnes of helium. Which Einstein told us, is equivalent to 2.5x1030W.
In a glass tube, we produce ony lheat, light and X-rays. An energy release of 3.75x1030 Watts, from a 1cm tube. Oiland gas burning only releases 45kW.m, but a 1mx1cm glass tube releases 13.9 MW. This is a huge power density.
A 1mx1cm tube only releases 3 MW – a more manageabel power release. A steam train fire tube reaches 3,000oC, as it does Molecular Nuclear Fusion. Here we are doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion on combustion products
1 CO2+nH2O+TU ->CO2+(n-r)H2O+r(He+O+E2)
All Fossil Fuels burning is a very inefficient way of doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion. A steam plasma is better
2 H2O+TU ->He2++O2++4e-+E2+L=X-ray
In a glass tube we do H fisison
3 H++e- ->n0
4 H++r n0 ->Er3+L+X-ray
5 O2++4n0 ->8H++6e-
The ultimate free energy system – than prodcue no CO2, or toxic radioactive waste.
So a 50x1cm glass tube will produce 1.2 MW of heat – a small turbine will turn into 200kW. 1 MW of power, if we cool the steam on the cold end of a Carnot system, and immerse the hot end in the water boiler.
Carbon 0, free power. No possible Climate Change – btu nuclear power will make up some new clap=trap.  In the UK alone UK oil production was 1.42 million boepd in 2014. That is £471 bn.
We can totally replace oil and gas burning, with steam plasma tubes. Very cheap, and miniscule use of water.

And we use 2.37x10-18cc of regular water a year.

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Nature does massive amounts of nuclear fusion every day using the turbulent flow of high pressure water or steam! Hence the massive amount of helium gas in the global air.

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