Wednesday, 8 August 2007

Doing fusion!

Jonathan Thomason Merchant’s Quay, Salford Quays, M50 3XQ
The simplest way to do nuclear fusion on Earth, is have water in turbulent flow! So hurricanes, the deep sea, water falls and breaking waves all give off radiation.
Steam engines give off loads, as they have steam in high pressure, turbulent flow. IC engines gives off less, but jet engines more!
A good way to do nuclear fusion on Earth, is pass high pressure steam along a Ti helical tube. My thanks to Sheffield University for teaching me all this in 1986!
So 4 years after Global Warming was devised! Though it was never a real problem that needed solving. Molecular nuclear fusion would do that!
It makes for very cheap heat and power! A lot cheaper than wind turbines – though the wind is driven by molecular nuclear fusion in the air!

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