Friday, 8 June 2018

The climate sorted


The limit to life on earth is available circulating carbon dioxide. Balanced take in carbon dioxide to grow. Excreting oxygen, helium, and X-rays and a faint blue light. Photosynthesis does molecular nuclear fusion.
1 mCO2+(n+r)H20+UV+TU+r/2O2->(Cm(H2O)n-E)+r(He+O+E3+Lb+X-ray)
So within 5 minutes of fossil fuels being burnt, the carbon dioxide is converted into active biology biomass. More plants -more animals. More life on earth. Not more carbon dioxide in the air -that is a biological impossibility.
Nature limits free carbon dioxide to only to parts per million. In the Jurassic this was four parts per million. There was 85% more active life on earth. When photosynthesis was less evolved.
Sea levels were 60 metres lower. You could walk from England to France on dry land. Carbon dioxide is a heavy gas. It is taken in within 5 minutes by life on earth.
Our weather is made in the stratosphere. Nothing to do with carbon dioxide. As man burns the fossil fuels, we get back life that died in the Jurassic mass extinction.
So carbon dioxide was the gas which allows plants and bacteria to do nuclear fusion. Which is why nuclear power is so terrified the carbon dioxide. Safe, clean and free heat.
A 50x1cm steam plasma tube at 4 atmospheres generates 2.4MW of clean heat.
2 H2O+PL->E3+L+X-ray no CO2 or hyper toxic radioactie waste.
A thermoelectric generator will turn into 288kW of emission free, mains power. Enough for 300 houses. From 10-15cc of regular water a year. Off a plant costing under 2000 UK pounds. Giving an annual income of 911,520 UK pounds from the national grid.
No 100 billion of annual insurance – like with nuclear power. No Fossil Fuels burn, or Fossil Fuels. So no life enhancing CO2. And totally natural weather – which we already enjoy.
CO2 is the gas of life. More circulating carbon dioxide. Be more life on Earth, fro Sir David Attenborough to make TV shows about. More plants to even out and wet the environment. More plants, better life on Earth.
There's a show for you Sir David.

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