Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Free carbon 0 power


A steam plasma tube. This does Molecular Nuclear Fusion
1 H2O+TU->E2+L+X-ray
So no CO2, and no solid radioactive waste. So a 50-1cm steam plasma tube at 4 atmospheres will produce the electricity for 400 houses. From 2x10-18cc of regular water a decade.
Free carbon 0 heat – no plutonium of strontium: the moist toxic substances known to man. Each Uranium nuclear plant needs insurance of 100 billion: none have it, so the national regulator must issue immediate stop orders. Are you listening Nuclear Regulatory Commission?
But we use Fossil Fuels to supply heat – by Dr z gave me the answer in 2001. Then he got funding from nuclear power, and ended my PhD. But not before he had shared a seminal idea with me.
I knew about cavitation heating of water in 1983 – it causes knocking of central heating systems – where it heats up the water, but produces a bit of He and O: so we are doing nuclear fusion. 1 again. The pressure waves do Molecular Nuclear Fusion -1.
So in the 'boiler room' we rip out the Fossil Fuels burner, and install 4x1m metal helices. We want to install 10cm or rubber foam on entry and exit, to deaden the sound. The helices need sound deadening around them.
I would use microphones to detect the sound, and mini load speakers, to add anti sound down the pipes: Commercial kits are available.

Sound generator for an anti-noise system for influencing exhaust noises and/or intake noises of a motor vehicle 
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So we pump the water down 4 tight 10cm diameter helices. As James Dyson has shown us, this takes little pumping power. But we do 1. We heat up the water from 40oC, to 87.5oC. With no gas, oil or coal burn: no CO2.
We do need to collect and vent the minuscule amount of vapour we get. So we generate the power for 400 houses. And the heat for a small group of houses. With no Fossil Fuels burn – and no hyper-toxic uranium nuclear power.

It turns out, regular water is a massively dense form of energy – a simple helix or plasma will release.

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