Sunday, 11 September 2016

Lightening does nuclear fusion


In a heavy snow storm, we do Molecular Nuclear Fusion
1 2H2O+TU->H2O+He2++O2++4e-+E2+X-ray+L
In air at -50oC. We generate heat – from -50oC. This goes on around the dark poles right now. We could triccle water down a 3m tower, and see the nuclear fusion happening – it goes on in rain as well as snow. On Earth – today. No expensive equipment required.
All the sciensts using linear flow around a torous, and just being stupid. We need rto give the H ions spin – and we get nuclear fusion: with turbulence > 1W. A 1m waterfall does Molecular Nuclear Fusion – hence the smell of ozone, X-rays and light flashes.
Each lightening strike is a 1.5km partial steam plasma, that makes 5 tonnes of He gas: 2.5x1030W of heat, X-rays and light.
So a 50x1cm steam plasma in a tube, at 4 atmospheres, makes a constant 1.2MW of heat. A steam turbine will turn into more than 160kW. Enough for 20 houses – from regular water.
Oil looks massively over priced, at $20 a barrel.

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