Sunday, 13 May 2018

Free power

Only nuclear reactions release light.
Every 3 minutes around the world, heavy rain or snow sets up for lightening
1 H2O+TU->He2++O++3e-+E2+X-ray
So heavy snow gives off heat, and X-rays. As it produces helium gas – of which there is no chemical source.
At 5,000V we get a lightening strike. Which sets up a 1.5km x 2cm steam plasma
2 H2O+PL->E2+L+E2 no hyper toxic radioactive waste.
The plasma burn turns the water into light, heat and X-rays.

Jon's Text: A steam fusion!
By JonThm on Jonathan Thomason ... In 2000 I told Sheffield University that additional CO2 from burning Fossil Fuels, was converted back .... A steam plasma tube does clean, safe and basically free Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
My old paper explains a lot of it. So we do the twice as dynamic hydrogen fission
3 16O++E+PL->6H++5e-
4 10H++PL->2(L+E2+X-ray)
Twice as dynamic as Nuclear Fusion – which is 30 times as dynamic as hyper toxic uranium fission: every existing U nuclear plant needs, but does no have annual insurance of 100 billion. ERGO all nuclear power illegla.
Fossil Fuels burning, oil or gas, releases 45kW.
A U fission tube releases 250kW/m – from an 18 billion plant. And produces waste toxic and lethal for 100,000 years. Cost of handling this waste, and decommissioning the plant never costed for. Each plant cost 36 billion to take down. After 25 years.
A 50x1cm steam plasma tube releases a constant 2.4MW, from 10-15cc of regular water a year – for a 100MW power plant.
No oil, gas or coal burn. No hyper toxic U fission. Plant cost $1,400. We pump hot air through a commercially sourced 300kW thermoelectric generator. And take 300 houses off the grid – no emissions!
Nuclear power the 4th biggest androgynous source of CO2 – due to its plant turn over.

Nuclear Fusion By WaterfallBy Jonathan M Thomason
eBook (ePub): £3.00 (excl. VAT)
Nature makes immense amounts of power every day by doing nuclear fusion on high pressure water or steam. Totally clean and natural power! With no radioactive toxic waste! Totally green power on... More >

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