A working steam gine gives off X-rays and produces X-rays. Take a Geiger counter to a steam museam, or engineering laboratory, and prove Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
I told Dr Z this at Sheffeild University department of engineering 2001. Prof Sellars keft, and they ended my PhD into Chemical and Process Engineering.
I was back there 2 years ago, and told prof Z and prof W this. They expressed incredulity. And prof Z was then barred from taking PhDs.
Prof firstname.lastname@example.org has yet to respond to e-,ails about nuclear fusion. A bunsen burner gives off light as it does Molecular Nuclear Fusion. There is no chemical source of visible light.
Anybody with a Geiger counter and bunsen burner can prove Molecular Nuclear Fusion. Without the nuclear fusion, oxidising metahne would take in energy. Not produce light.
1 rCH4+(6-n+r)O2+SP+TU->((r-n)CO2-E)+n(He+O3+E3+L+X-ray) SP=spark TU=turbulence
So nuclear fusion is that easy – at 280oC. The beating hearts of Arctic fish give off X-rays, as the pressure waves caused by the beating heart does Molecular Nuclear Fusion.