Sunday, 6 November 2016

Free power


A waterfall over 1m high turns water and oxygen into helium and ozone gases, X-rays and massive heat.
1 H2O+O2+TU->He2++O32-+X-ray+E3
This is why water warms up as if flows through air below 0oC in Scotland. Heavy rain also does Molecular Nuclear Fusion. When it has set up a 5,000V potetial, between the cloud tops, where the positive charge collects, and the ground that receives the negative charge, we get a lightening down strike.
This produces 5 tonnes of He gas, 2.5x1030W of heat and light. In a glass tube, the steam does H fission – twice the energy.
2 H2O+TU ->H++O2++4e-
3 H++e- ->n0
4 16O2++4n0+6e- ->8H+
5 H++r n0->Er3+L+X-ray r>2
So a 50x1cm steam plasma tube at 4 atmospheres will make 2.4MW – enough to run a small steam cycle, and produce over 1MW of power.
If we surround the tube with lead salts, we can get 500kW – we do need metal fins to dissipate the heat. Read http://www.eng.rifcorp.ru/products/termoelektricheskie-generatory/item_1662/
So we use the steam plasma tube as our heat source. And convert our DC to mains locked AC. The plasma needs 2,000V to set off – we borrow the electronics from a fluorescent light.
And matter is such a dense form of energy, we only use 2x10-20cc of regular water a year. Read http://www.ebay.co.uk/bhp/mini-water-pump
We pump out very little water into a hypodermic needle, to maintain the plasma pressure. We can use mains or distilled water – it really does not matter.
No oil, gas, coal or oil. And no hyper toxic uranium nuclear power: the latter needs insurance of 100 billion per plant – so all present nuclear power in running illegally.
So every home scientist, can set up a 50cm steam plasma tube, and generate the power for 200 users. Getting an annual income of 480,000 UK pounds: carbon 0, non polluting, free power.
No impossibly high insurance. One tap with a hammer, the tube breaks, and the nuclear fusion stops. I told Sheffield University about Molecular Nuclear Fusion 2001. They were livid.
'Duo are meant to be studying Global Warming, not ****y curing it. But plants take in CO2 to grow.

So the global average CO2 level is a pre-industrial 2 parts per million – though crop yields have increased by 15% since the industrial revolution.

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