Friday, 28 April 2017

Most massive FREE power


A steam plasma. 50X1cm plasma tube generates 2.4MW of clean heat. A hyper toxic uranium fission tube only 200kW. A commercially source thermoelectric generator will produce 144kW of clean, free, non toxic power
Every operating U fission power plant needs insurance of 100 billion – after the Fukishima twin core melt down, at a PWR in 2010. S China syndrome in Japan – we are lucky the radioactive material did not come out in Iowa.
A steam plasma turns H+ ions and free electrons into neutrons.
1 H++e- ->n0
These bond with other atoms, to cause oxygen to undergo repeated fission, into hydrogens.
2 16O2++4n0 ->8H++6e- -E this takes in heat – it damps down the hydrogen fissdion
Then we get hydrogen fission – out massive heat generation
3 1H++r n0->Er3+L+X-ray
So we produce no solid, radioactive waste. U fission sprays radioactive material around the planet, once every 25 years.
Fukishima will cause 20 million additional deaths, from cancer, heat disease and the rest, in the next 20 years. Each death 10 million UK pounds. So 20 trillion pounds. Paid by Tokyo nuclear – and then the Japanese government. Holly smoke - 1/6 de la valeur de la plan├Ęte.
So the 100 billion of insurance probably needs to be 20 trillion. But no insurance above 1 billion is available.
So ever EDF plant in the world is running illegally – and must STOP, in 1984. So all 20 nuclear plants in the UK are illegal.
19 are operating outside planning – Hinkley should have shut down in 1990.
Sizewell B has never had sufficient insurance.
A 50x1cm stream plasma tube smashes the matter into massive heat, light and X-rays – no radioactive waste. 1.2MW of clean, safe heat. No impossible insurance required.
A thermoelectric generator will produce 144kW of clean power. 455,760 UK pounds annually from the national grid. Carbon 0 power. Plants TAKE IN CO2 to grow.
4 mCO2+(n+r)(H2O)->(Cm(H2O)n-E)+r(He+O+E3+L+X-ray)

So plants in the light, and deep water bacteria already do biological Molecular Nuclear Fusion – the clean power ssytem of the future.

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