Faraday discovered electricity in a lightening involved. No combustion involved. He actually stumbled across light element nuclear fission
2 H++e- ->n0
5 H2O->E2+L+X-ray clean and safe power.
In a glass tube, we do not produce helium gas. The converted all the water molecule into heat, light and X-rays.
6 H2O->10(E2+L+X-ray+e-)So a steam plasma converts water molecules, into light, energy X-rays and surplus negative charge. Best at of a wide flying a kite in a lightning storm.
This process is twice as dynamic as nuclear fusion. It goes off in the Corona of all radiant cells. It also it goes on in lightning strikes. Every 3 minutes around the earth.
A lightning strike is a 1.5 KM steam plasma. Which makes five terms of helium gas.
Which converts into 2.5x1030W of energy. So a 50x1cm steam plasma tube at four atmospheres releases a constant 2.4 MW. From 8x10-15cc of regular water a year. No carbon dioxide, or hyper-toxic radioactive waste.
He thought he has stumbled across electricity. Which is produced by a magnet moving in an electric field, or various chemical reactions.
Here that he stumbled across molecular nuclear fusion. Which goes on in their GP using unit of all life on earth. Also waterfalls and the turbulent flow of high-pressure water or stream.
HIUS discovery of electricity did not use a flame. It used a steam plasma, given for light heat and X-rays. Non of which it is possible from a physical process.
We turn water molecules into helium and oxygen gas. So we are doing molecular nuclear fusion.
If we have my steam plasma tube, this will release 2.4 MW of heat. From a volume of water too miniscule ever to measure. A thermoelectric generator will turn into 288 kilowatts of mains electricity.
Any domestic user was 8 kW. And sells the rest to the national grid. So converting 300 houses to carbon zero electricity. And get an annual income of 867,000 UK pounds a year.
The home user generates a massive annual income. While saving life on earth. All due to Faraday flying a kite in a lightning storm.
OK, he didn't realise what he had done. Been a total and utter genius!