Monday, 28 September 2009


By JonThm on Jonathan Thomason
I have been telling the world via YOUTUBE fro the last 3 years, that passing steam up a helical pipe does molecular nuclear fusion.
This idea came from Sheffield University, who have been studying the behavior of steam being passed up a helix for the last decade.
They thought it gave better heat flow. They never stopped to realize they were getting out more heat than they were putting into the steam.
They didn’t use a Geiger counter, or animalize the gas at the outlet end, to see they were getting He and O.
So they have spent the last decade studying nuclear fusion. But the idea of molecular nuclear fusion seemed so crazy even to me, I do not blame them for not realizing.
This means they have ten years of data on molecular nuclear fusion.
And molecular nuclear fusion is done by lightening strikes, which fire up a steam plasma. And are hotter than the surface of the sun.
Welcome to the fusion age, which started in 1998.

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