Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Molecular Nuclear Fusion is cheap energy

For 4 100MW Molecular Nuclear Fusion stations, we need 360 steam plasma tubes – 7200 UK pounds. And 4 turbines costing 30,000 pounds. So around 12,800 pounds Hinkley B will cost 18 billion – so will be instantly scuppered by the government panel on financial controls – just too dear.
And each plant will require insurance of 100 billion – we are talking about the most toxic process known to man: think Windscale, 3 Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukishima. They do not get any safer.
The process is inherently polluting and toxic: there is no storage space for used fission tubes.
Hinkley's planning consent ran out in 1990: so British Nuclear owe a fine of 3 billion, and its employees must now serve a jail sentence of 3 millennia. So Hinkley B was an illegal extension to a plant demolished in 2006. It never had a new Royal commission – so Hinkley B have ALWAYS been illegal.
The British Army is under the algal imperative to see the plant demolished. And you can't extend an illegal extension.
Hinkley C would require a Royal commission. But with no appropriate insurance or waste handling, it is an open and shut 'Hell NO'.
That is before we get to the immense cost of building the illegal plant. It would never get an operation license.
The army also has the imperative to ensure no illegal plant is ever built. The would stop all construction, and ensure there was nothing ever built.
The Chinese are not idiots. British Nuclear owes the fine and jail time for 20 illegal plants. An immediate stop order o9n all pants is appropriate. So legally, no nuclear plant can operate.
Molecular Nuclear Fusion can be stopped with a tap from an electric hammer, so this does not apply to fusion. Nuclear power always said nuclear fusion would see off uranium fission.
Nature has been doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion in lightening strikes, on Earth for 3.8 billion years.

All around every uranium fission plant must shut down, because of insufficient insurance. Illegal hyper toxic, uneconomic activity.

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