Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Replacing natural gas


With a strand of lightening. Heavy rain or snow sets up the potential for a lightening strike
1 H2O+TU->He2++O++3e-+E TU= turbulence
We are doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion, in the Arctic air! Constantly, all around the Earth. There are 2,000 rain/snow storms going on now, around the Earth. So nature does Nuclear Fusion constantly, around the Earth. Which is why there is so much He in the air.
It is lost to space within 24hrs, but constantly replaced.
The positive charge collects above the clouds, the negative falls to the ground. At 5,000V we get a lightening strike – a 2cm steam plasma.
2 H2O+O2+PL->E2++He2++O32-+L+X-ray E2=8.6MW/m from a 2cm plasma
So the plasma smashes the hydrogen into heat, light and X-rays. The surplus oxygen forms ozone. Here is nature generating 2.5x1030W every 3 minutes around the Earth.
A steam plasma in a glass tube does the twice as energetic plasma burn.
3 H2O+PL->E3+L+X-ray E3=4.8MW/m
So this teaches us a 50x1cm steam plasma at 4 atmospheres generates a constant 1.2MW, from 5x10-14cc of regular year a decade.
We get a temperature of 3,000oC – as shown by steam engine fire tubes, where the plasma in a fire tube does a plasma burn – at 3,000oC.
We take this steam of heat to a space heating system – in place of an oil, gas, coal burn. We then draw in cool ai8r, to give us a gas temperature of 380oC.
We feed this into a thermoelectric generator, which cools the gas down by 120oC, as it generates 144kW of carbon 0 power: with no Fossil Fuels burn.
So the national grid will PAY US 1.2million a year – for the carbon free power. 1 house in 18 fires up a steam plasma tube, and we need no large power stations. We have reduce CO2 emissions by 40%.
Mind you, emissions fell by 4.5% 2 years ago, 6% last year. Man-made Climate Change is based on the biologically impossible notion man can increase CO2 in the air. He can't.

Photosynthesis on the land AND seas scrubs extra CO2 out of the air in 5 minutes – and we get more natural life. Ask any high school biology teacher.

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