Sunday, 7 May 2017

I gave Sheffield nuclear fusion 16 years ago

A working steam engines gives off X-rays and produces He gas, as it does Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
1 H2O+O2+TU->He2++O32-+E2+X-ray
So this was published science in the 20th century. But there were too many paid research progams, failing to do nuclear fusion.
100 billion a year for the Great Hadron Collider not to do it. They need tol insert spin fields, fo the hydrogen ions circulate in a turbulent (TU) fashion.
The most useful sort is plasma Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
A lightening strike is a 2cmx1.5km steam plasma, that starts at 8 atmospheres, and breaks down at 3.5.
This teaches us a 50x1cm steam plasma will self sustain at 4 atmospheres, turning 2x10-12cc of regular water, into 1.2MW of heat for a year.

A thermoelectric generator will turn this into 144kW of carbon 0 electricity. So fre carbon 0 power, from regular water.

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