Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Why burn oil or gas?

They release just 45 kilowatts from one metre of burners. A 50 by 1 cm steam plasma at four atmospheres, releases a constant 2.4 MW from 6x10-17cc of regular water a year. From such a small volume of water, from a bottle of distilled water.
The plasma does molecular nuclear fusion.
1 H2O+P+PL->E2+L+X-ray OPEC are buying their own oil, to keep up the price – I think.
Simple science, result in massive heat. We strt off the plasma using the electronics from a fluorescent light. We have no oil delivery, or gas pipe into the house.
We produce no carbon or on nitrogen oxides. It turns out, nuclear power is the 4th biggest source of mankind derived carbon dioxide: due to its use of concrete, and 25 year cycle time of power generation plants. This also makes it make it the biggest source of NO/NO2 (NOx).
Carbon and nitrogen oxides are taken in by bacteria and plants, as they do photosynthesis. Turning the burnt fossil fuels, back into active biomass.
A steam plasma produces no emissions, no radioactive waste. Your beating heart does molecular nuclear fusion 70 times a minute.
2 CO2+(2+r)H2O->(CH4+O3-E)+r(He+O+E2+X-ray)
You can take your pulse with a Geiger counter! As your heart does nuclear fusion, as it beats.
So a 25x1cm steam plasma tube, generates 600 kW of heat. We entrain cool air, and pas it through a thermoelectric generator at 780oC. We get 75 kilowatts of electricity.
And then we drive a central heating boiler room. No fossil fuel burn. So we get our heat and power for free. From regular water. Oil prices are about to crash! Along with the prize of natural gas.
We sell 66 kilowatts to the national grid. And get an annual income of 780,000 UK pounds. By saving life on earth! What a bargain.

Power for NatureBy Jonathan M Thomason
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