A 50x1cm steam plasma tube. We start the plasma using the electronics from a fluorescent light. Then it self sustains at 4 atmospheres, turning 1.7x10-12cc of regular water into 1.2 MW of heat.
We have a 2kW fan, to force air over this heat source, and through a thermoelectric generator. This costs from 500-1,000 dollars, and will produce 144kW or power. We want 8 for a house so the national grid will PAY US 445,760 UK pounds a year. Why bother working?
1 H2O+TU->2H++O2++4e- the plasma breaks the steam down into positive ions and electrons.
2 1H++e- ->n0 so we get our own strand of free neutron star. Endless free neutrons
3 16O2++4e- ->8H++6e- -E damp down the H fission
4 1H++r n0 ->Er3+L+g we do get gamma wave radiation
We need to enclose the plant in 1mm of FeO powder shutters, to block the emission of radiation.
So set up in an outhouse, or at the end of your street. We generate the free, carbon 0, non toxic power for 18 houses. We can go off grid – but keep to mains frequency and voltage, so all electronic goods will work.
After the generator, we pass over the boiler in our heating system, then a radiator in the open air: After all, we will be dumping 900kW. A radiator in the sea or a large river may be simpler.
So we use a miniscule amount of regular water, and only produce massive clean, free and non toxic power.
I was working on this at Sheffield University, when nuclear power got my PhD ended. I thought academics were meant to be immune from outside pressure. CO2 emissions fell by 4.5% 2 months ago, 6% last month