Friday, 13 January 2017

Sheffield gives the world Nuclear Fusion

In 2001, my PhD supervisor told me the turbulent flow of hydrogen gas did nuclear fusion. I then found out lightening strikes did Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
1 H2O+TU->E2+L+X-ray
So the turbulence in the lightening bolt, turned ALL or the water molecule into light, heat and X-rays. So Sheffield University did the obvious – ended my PhD into chemical and process engineering.
So I had given them the biggest idea ever: pointing out a working steam engine released heat and X-rays, as it converted water into massive power.
2 H2O+O2+TU ->He2++O32++4e-+E2+X-ray
In the department of engineering materials. Tell them what you think. The biggest idea ever.
A 50x1cm steam plasma in a glass tube will take a pulse of power from a fluorescent light starer, then generate 1.2MW of heat – ½MW of electricity, from 10-18cc of regular water a year.
Uranium fission is so toxic, it needs 100 billion per plant to operate: it doesn't have it – not commercially available.
France is sitting on the greatest number of static atomic bombs in history – next nuclear incident across the channel! Hi France.

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