Friday, 4 August 2017

Free motoring

A 50x1cm steam plasma at 4 atmospheres linked to a 150kW thermoelectric generator. You start the plasma off using a pulse of power at 2,000V, 0.001 amps – using the electronics from a fluorescent light.
When not running the car, reduce the plasma pressure, to tick over mode. Increase the pressure, and you are good to drive in 2 seconds. No petrol or diesel, and you use 3x10-16cc of regular water a year.
So you buy the car with a 5cc spring loaded water reservoir, and when you scrap the car, you will still have 4.99999999999999cc of water in it.
The plasma does a plasma burn
1 H2O+PL->E2+L+X-ray E2=a constant 144kW.
No battery charging – that is 18th century technology – STOP IT TESLA! Nissan are on the case of steam plasma tubes – a big announcement any day now.
There is so much power, you can fly between cities. You want an enclosed fan, and GPS and IT to fly you – and avoid collisions.
So no petrol or diesel burn – so no CO2. It you want to run your diesel – use water. That diesels at 10 atmospheres, compared to 8 for diesel oil.
2 H2O+O2+P+TU ->E2+He+O No CO2.
You vent the gas to the air, and the helium is lost to space. And the O3 forms O3, which protects all multicellular life on Earth. Via the ozone layer.
I was told about water dieseling 2000 during my PhD work at Sheffield University. Why was this work never published? It fixes the phantom science of Global Warming – major funder of higher education.
Global Warming is such a stupid idea. CO2 is converted BACK into biomass wi8thin 5 minutes – over the land and seas. As plants and bacteria do 'photosynthesis. Bacteria use fluid turbulence in the deep sea, when ice blocks out the sun.
3 H2O+TU->He+O+E2+L+X-ray
So we get light flash illumination in the deep. Very ghostly. And the seas produce heat, He and O gases.
So a steam plasma car uses 18th century science, to drive a car for free. The thermoelectric effect was published 1821-3, by Seebeck. Thomas Johann Seebeck - Wikipedia

No filling up with expensive Fossil Fuels.

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