Sunday, 30 August 2009

Scared Sheffield

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason

In 2001 I was doing a PhD at Sheffield University, into Global Warming. I decided it was phantom science by nuclear power. My PhD got ended.
In 2004, the climate turned naturally – the weather has short term cycles of 28 years. So the Earth will warm again in 2032.
So I wanted to give credit to Prof Zimmerman, fro helping me find out how to do molecular nuclear fusion. The cleverest idea out there.
He has emailed me not to credit him, and I get the feeling Sheffield University will not be too pleased, they employ a very intelligent chemical engineer.
Who ended the PhD of a crippled genius in 2001, just because molecular nuclear fusion destroys Global Warming.
The weather has done that one already!

Saturday, 29 August 2009

Lightening etc.

Carbon dates
Other people have published work on the emission of He, CH4, O, heat and gamma waves from green plants in the light[i]. So green plants do molecular nuclear fusion!
Growing bacteria and animal mitochondria[ii] also do molecular nuclear fusion! So life is fusion driven. This is why Carbon dating works, and also why it falls down.
Plants take in CO2, and convert it to CH4, as do peat bogs[iii]: Plus He, O and gamma waves. But as we have a see of neutrons, we get 13C, not 12C. This is nearly stable, so the ration of 12C to 13C tells us how long ago since the substance was alive.
Animals do molecular nuclear fusion in their mitochondria, so we see 13C in the carbohydrates they build into their body. So this decays at a fixed rate.[iv]
In a neutron free environment, this is a fixed ration[v]. So in the air, a Carbon date is fairly correct: It needs to be adjusted fro the background count. So areas near water falls or breaking waves are going to be wrong.
So molecular nuclear fusion means we need to adjust our dates. This is OK usually, until we get to the deep sea or peat bogs[vi].
With peat bogs, an item buried 50 years ago, comes up with a Carbon date of 500 years: This was anecdotal news from the radio a few years ago.
So the proof of molecular nuclear fusion comes from where we have datable stuff, which comes up with a wrong carbon date. It also suggests that to reprocess radioactive waste, we need to burry it in a peat bog.
But this environment is very hostile, and I doubt we could stop radioactive leakage. We might be able to set up units, where we pass corrosion resistant containers through boiling water.
We collect the steam, and keep bubbling it back through the water, and the boiling molecular nuclear fusion keeps the steam pressure up.
Radioactive life
Plants take in CO2[vii], combine it with H2O, and produce CH4, He, O, head and gamma waves.
CO2 + 6 H2O -> CH4 + He + O +emr + heat
Where emr is electromagnetic radiation. In the gamma range here.
In the process it sprays out a neutron. These bond with 12C to form 13C[viii]. So if we know the local background count, we can figure out the half life on 13C, and the ration of 12C to 13C will give us the date the plant matter was last alive.
But animals combine the carbohydrates, produced by bonding CH4 with H2O, with O2 from the air, to get at energy[ix] – and on the way also do molecular nuclear fusion!
CH5OHn + (n-1)O2 -> 13CO2 + nH2O + He +emr + heat
So Animals also produce 13C[x].
Nature produces gamma waves plus He and O, wherever it is doing molecular nuclear fusion. This O bonds with O2, to give O3.
So wherever life is doing molecular nuclear fusion, we get He and O3[xi]!
So locally, we can get increased background counts, which go along with higher levels of neutrons.
They bond with 13C, to form 14C[xii], which is very unstable! So we see an increased rate of decay into 12C. In the deep, at peat bogs, at water falls, and in fields in the country.
So molecular nuclear fusion explains why radio carbon dating works, but also says why we need to amend the dates we have given to objects![xiii]
Fast breeders
These work by taking enriched 239 /244Pu, and consume some of the U and water we feed into the plant, and end up with more 244Pu: This is why nuclear plants were designed. To make 244Pu.[xiv]
Power generation was a later add on[xv]. But my ideas have lead onto the fact that if we recirculate the steam, we do not need and U or Pu.
We produce a whiff of 3He and 16/18O. The 3He is lost to space[xvi], and the O is as enriched as that from plants[xvii], as they also do molecular nuclear fusion.
As the steam needs a low pressure end, we condense it on the cold end of a heat pump down to 115O C, and the hot end return 85% of the heat at 140 C. So we lose 3 C, by the turbine gives us back 20 C – the wonders of having studied all this in 1982![xviii]
I was told in 1984, that a fast breeder produces more 244Pu, than it was loaded with[xix]. As I said, it consumes the working fluid, and some of the mass of the metal oxide tube. So e=mc2, but only if we allow for the other mass consumed.
The reason PWRs won over AGRs[xx], was they do molecular nuclear fusion. Only none of us realized! Or that conventional power plants do molecular nuclear fusion.
While looking for a reference here, I found an article on carbon isotopes in photosynthesis.[xxi] As I could not find one earlier, I include it here. This is why carbon dates nearly work in plants.
We need to correct them for back ground radioactivity counts[xxii]. Radioactive isotopes decay faster, in high neutron environments. This is also why nuclear power missed the fact PWRs do molecular nuclear fusion, set off by metal fission rods. There are clean, safe ways we can do molecular nuclear fusion: See later.
For a personal power plant, my idea from 2004, of coupling a Carnot pump with a turbine, generates all the heat and power for a street. From water. With no CO2 or toxic death![xxiii]
I also find it so interesting, that photosynthesis is light induced molecular nuclear fusion. I have given a reference fro the gamma ray production by plants in the light above.
I am pleased to have found the reference to 13C and 14C, from photosynthesis, just above. Why has no biologists done work on this area. It is so important.
Molecular nuclear fusion is safe, clean and non polluting. And very, very cheap. Nuclear fission is toxic, dangerous, produces toxic waste, and is very dear. Dearer than burning gas at 2009 prices.[xxiv]
It is appropriate at this point to mention my idea from 2001, just before I left Sheffield. If we raise a boiler to a state of boiling it does boiling Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
So a fission reactor does nuclear fusion! But this is lost in the high levels of fission going on. We do more, at higher pressure.
We do yet more, if we have high levels of neutrons around. This is exactly what we have in a fast breeder reactor. See the section elsewhere on fast breeder technology.
We consume some of the water in the boiling Molecular Nuclear Fusion, so we may get more fissile material. But we convert some of the water to He and O, plus heat and gamma rays.
So we get back to my idea from 2001(sic). Rather than throw 90% of the heat away to the environment, we use one of Prof Zimmerman’s helical turbulence heat exchangers.[xxv]
This recovers 85% of the system heat[xxvi]. This is the boiler steam temperature plus 20 C, because the steam heats up through FCC Molecular Nuclear Fusion in the turbine room, despite us taking 10 C out as useful heat.
So for all these years, a conventional power station has been doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
So we can replace all metal oxide fission tubes, with fire tubes filled with the hot gas, from the hot end of the Carnot heat pump.[xxvii]
We actually split the Carnot steam, so we can boil off the water, but then high temperature Carnot tubes superheat the steam.[xxviii]
This latter point doe not apply for a personal power plant[xxix]. It is a better idea to generate power locally, and then no to have distribution losses or infrastructure to worry about.
But we will require a lot of plants!
Melt the ice
We have a chain of steam plasma tubes, and we anchor them on the edge of the ice sheets. They are attached to buoys, and occasionally we will need to reattach their telescopic anchor points.
So the tubes turn water into heat, with no power once fired up. Now we will melt the ice, so it will run back to the equator at 0 C.[xxx]
It doesn’t sit there as a block of cold in the sea water at 3 C, but it will run back towards the equator, picking up heat as it goes.
Exporting polar cold to the world. So we warm the Poles, and cool the equator. Suddenly the warm sea currents are not melt by a block of ice, but flows freely, taking solar heat to the cold lands.[xxxi]
By freeing up these heat flows, we even out the temperature around the Earth. We warm the Poles, and cool the hot lands. All by freeing up the flows of cold to flow back to the equator.[xxxii]
Molecular nuclear fusion cures the phantom science of Global Warming. And nature does it big time. In the air and seas.
Fluid turbulence
As just mentioned above, we get gamma radiation from ice skates. But this really is from liquid water slipping over solid water[xxxiii]. So we have load of H on H interactions, and this does molecular nuclear fusion. This creates heat, which melts the ice in front of the skate.
So really this is a sort of liquid water molecular nuclear fusion. We also see molecular nuclear fusion with other molecular hydrogen fluids (Like ammonia or hydrocarbons, or ethanol in a refinery). I couldn’t find a reference here, but I was told this at Sheffield University in 1983. So presumably the chemistry professors can help here.
Deep sea currents give off gamma radiation, heat, O and gamma radiation[xxxiv]. This is the source of all the ozone you can smell at the sea. The O bonds with O2, to give O3. Also at water falls we get the same high energy kinetic interactions.[xxxv]
My reference here notes that we get He and 18O from the turbulent flow of hydrocarbons, deep in the North sea.
Another thing we should observe here, is that deep sea oil forms from the methyl hydrate[xxxvi] formed by deep sea bacteria, taking in CO2 by osmosis. So fossil fuels area sink for CO2 in the air.
This system contiunes today, and lays down the white solid, CH5OH, as a white solid on the sea floor. When we got major tectonic adjustment at the end of the Jurassic, all this CH5OH went down to magma chambers, where in the presence of Pt metal, linked up to form the fossil fuels we are burning today.
Which is why all fossil oil carbon dates to 65 million years ago[xxxvii].
But the major form of molecular nuclear fusion we see on the Earth is in the deep sea. We also get it in the moist air.[xxxviii]
So all around us, nature is doing so much molecular nuclear fusion! When ever we are running a steam cycle, burning molecular hydrogen compound we are doing it![xxxix]
We just never realized! But as we boil a kettle, we are doing molecular nuclear fusion as the water boils. So this is low pressure turbulence. At very moderate temperatures. We also get light flashes, as my reference talks about.[xl]
Work on this by NASA started all this, and though the work was published in New Scientist, I can’t find the article. All you need to confirm this is a flask of boiling water, and a Geiger counter though. Failing that, radiation strips.
Dr MatZinger tried this, but could get it to work. So I told her to try a water boiler, which gives a stronger signal. And I have not heard back![xli]
The idea of molecular nuclear fusion seemed strange to me, but nature is doing it all around, and even in us! You blood gives off radiation as it circulates around your body, pumped by the heart.
Lightening
Is very energetic, but science has never explained where the electric driving force comes from[xlii]. It is a result of two lots of molecular nuclear fusion!
It is not due to the knocking electrons off rain drops, because rain drops would also fix up free electrons. No net charge created.
When we get the heavy rain, we create a chaotic flow of water drops to the Earth. These collide, converting water into He and OH – hydroxyl molecular fragments.. The Os link up with O2s, and we get O3 – ozone.[1]
Meanwhile, the ά (alpha particles) – He2+ drift up the pressure gradient to space. The OH- (hydroxyl molecules) drifts down the gravity gradient to the Earth.[2]
So we get a positively charged cloud top, and negatively charged ground. All the molecular nuclear fusion results in warm moist air, with a lot of charged molecules in.
We get a down strike, as the absence of electrons (Holes) drifts down. Until we form a direct circuit of charged particles with the ground.
Then we get a massive up strike! This is so energetic; it sets off molecular nuclear fusion in the lightening bolt. The direct flow of electrons is so rapid, and the molecular nuclear fusion it sets off so strong, this is the energetic shrike.
A guy in America asked me how we do this in the laboratory. Simple, we set up a steam plasma in a glass tube. I was taught in 1983, that lightening strikes are a steam plasma through the free air.
We use a small current to set up the plasma, and then it turns water into heat. We actually do a mixed plasma of 2xH+ and O2-. The protons (H+) collide with electrons, and we form neutrons – as described above.[xliii]
We do a matter burn, and convert the water into heat!
This is why the air heats up in a thunder storm. Or the water at the base of a water fall is 20 C hotter than at the top[xliv]. This also goes on at the sea shore, which is thus no a healthy place to hang out!
Lightening, eruptions and earth quakes are all instances where nature does molecular nuclear fusion. And we have all had experience of them![xlv]
Closed steam cycle
The massive loss from a steam cycle is the cooling tower! Any idiot can see that – a 5 year old child sees that.
Your idea of 2001 of using a helical turbulence heat exchanger to replace a cooling tower was a bad one.
Here I am indebted to Clark MacFarlane, who in 1982, pointed out that half the heat we add to the steam is to superheat it – his father worked for NEI, which is now part of Siemens Power.[xlvi]
So we cool the spent steam on the cold end of a Carnot heat pump. We then pressurize half the Canot gas to a moderate pressure, and half to a high pressure.[xlvii]
We use the high pressure gas to superheat the steam. I advised using steam plasma tubes to add atomic nuclear fusion heat to the critical steam, to raise it to 800 C.[xlviii]
Now we don’t have steam and CO2, but pure steam, which is a lot denser than steam and CO2. So as we feed it through the Ti turbine, we will generate more power, and heat the steam by 25 C, not the present 20 C.
If we use steam plasma tubes, we can raise the steam to 1,200 C, so we need to look at ceramic turbine blades, as Nimonic would not cope.[xlix]
I would opt for a latticework of a high strength ceramic, and a filler of a different ceramic, as these would display better strength that solid turbine blades.[l]
A carbon fiber latice looks interesting. Here we would want a high temperature ceramic infill.
After the Carnot gas has supercharged the steam through an efficient heat exchanger[li], we add the still hot gas to add the Carnot gas which boils off the water. Obviously this needs careful work to sort out.[lii]
Global Warming was such stupid science. There was no historical backing for the fiction from nuclear power, why did lithe name hold academia transfixed fro 20 years? Was it just the money nuclear power gave them?[liii]
Global Warming is the Public Relations from nuclear power to get he plants: When they are a toxic, dangerous, expensive option: Gas power stations are cheaper, and burning gas does molecular nuclear fusion. Which is what plants in the light do.
If we recycle the heat of the spent steam, we will see the molecular nuclear fusion heat we are getting in the boiler room and turbine hall. Roughly 20 C in both places.
This is in excess of the 35 C the Carnot heat pump will lose us. So if we take off 8% of the power that we generate, we can loop the heat around, and burn no fossil fuels.
No CO2. We run off molecular nuclear fusion energy only! All the references to this section have been given above. This idea was from 2001, so why it has not been used I do not know.
No U or Pu, so no toxic death.

Stopping eruptions
I have sent this one, four times to my academic contacts! As yet with no response. Earth events, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are driven by geothermal steam. Geologists did not consider molecular nuclear fusion was going on through the natural world![liv]
After all atomic nuclear fusion required temperatures of over 10O9 million C, and more than 20 bar pressure. But molecular nuclear fusion goes off in the seas, at 3 C, and over 2 bars[lv]! Life is dcriven by MNFit on Earth
We know that eruptions are preceded by steam venting from the eruption area[lvi]. This does not release the pressure, it allows the geothermal water in the magma chamber to boil, and increase the pressure.
If the magma chamber has no pool of lava in, we get tectonic adjustment, so an Earthquake, rather than an eruption[lvii].
We also know that eruptions, like avalanches, give out gamma radiation! Here is the proof of molecular nuclear fusion! Nature does it big time. Also in breaking waves, or at a water fall.
Will doubted it, but nature does molecular nuclear fusion all around! As your heart beats, it does molecular nuclear fusion. As does the blood as it flows around your arteries.[lviii]
Annoyingly I was told this by an engineer who worked for BNFL. But little academic work has been done on this.
The way to stop Earth events,events is to use sonar on the ground around dormant volcanoes, or Earthquake zones.[lix]
As my reference shows, some such sonar work has been done. But they were not looking for magma chambers. Pity, it could save 100s of thousands of lives on Earth a year!
We are looking for the fluid filled magma chamber. Luckily as sound waves pass through bodies of water, they do molecular nuclear fusion! So show us aasas bright spots on the sonar trace.[lx]
The same thing happens with microwave, radar scans. Molecular nuclear fusion will occur in nature again will!.[lxi]
Once we have located the chamber, we drill down, and install a vent pipe. It must have a valve on, as we only release the pressure slowly.
Otherwise, we make the water boil, and we cause an Earthquake. If I had still been at Sheffield Universityon my PhD, this would all have come out in 2004.
Rain
Eruptions and Earth quakes are linked to the emission of gamma radiation, but so are heavy rain storms.[lxii]
Where ever nature does energetic stuff, it is doing molecular nuclear fusion. Ever since there were oceans over 10” deep, the seas have done molecular nuclear fusion. And before that the steam in the air did molecular nuclear fusion, like occurs on Venus today.
Jupiter’s red spot gives off radiation as it does atomic nuclear fusion. From the turbulent flow of mainly H gas.[lxiii]
In rain storms we have the turbulent flow of water drops. These do molecular nuclear fusion – this is the source of the gamma waves we see.
We form OH- molecules, which falls to the ground, carrying their negative charge with them. The He2+ alpha particles, drift to above the cloud. But we get high electric fields. So we get a chain of molecular nuclear fusion occurring, which forms a chain to the ground. Then we get the main strike, upwards, to return the e- to the positive holes.[lxiv]
This is the best proof of molecular nuclear fusion! Who has not marveled at a lightening storm! Or marveled at thunder claps, and the way the air warms up during such a storm.[lxv] This reference is from 1899.
In all that time, lightening has not been explained, until how. It is nature doing molecular nuclear fusion from rain drops.
Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, the warming felt from water falls, and lightening: All place nature is doing molecular nuclear fusion from water.
As covered above, you heart gets in on the act! So animal blood systems, and plants doing photosynthesis are other places nature does molecular nuclear fusion.
Lightening bolt
Lightening is one of the ways nature does molecular nuclear fusion. It is just the most exothermic, we have all witnessed. The average peak power output of a single lightning stroke is about a terawatt (1012 W) and the stroke lasts for around 30 microseconds.[lxvi]
The gentle knocking together of water drops should produce about 0.8 Watts. But the down stoke[lxvii] yields more (20 KW?). There has been not work published on the Internet about this subject. Probably because it is so much less than the power we get from a lightening strike.
The main lightening strike is via a steam plasma, upwards. It yields a massive amount of energy. No exact figure is published, but I guestimate it to be 50,000 times more power than lightening motive power.[lxviii] I then found the Wikipedia guess of 1.3 Terra Watts, but this is just a guess. It is more energy than we can measure.
So molecular nuclear fusion gives the lightening its initial driving force as rain drops do a bit of molecular nuclear fusion as they fall chaotically to Earth; and the main molecular nuclear fusion via a steam plasma; this gives the lightening bolt its power.[lxix]
So lightening does molecular nuclear fusion twice! And this is why we get O3[lxx], light[lxxi] and radiation[lxxii] from a lightening bold. Plus a load clap of thunder.[lxxiii]
A far better way is via a twin walled tube, in a bath of water. I told Prof. Zimmerman this 3 years ago. It gives engineers a simple way to turn water into heat.
If we use sufficient pressure, once started, it will not draw any current from the grid. Nature tends to produce endless power from the deep[lxxiv], which is all due to molecular nuclear fusion.
Conclusion
All around, and even within animal blood systems, nature is turning water into He, O, radiation and heat. We lose the He to space, and in time, free light in space forms H gas, and this our atmosphere gains.
It is not held by our weak gravity, but if we have a lightening strike, or naked flame, we turn O into H2O. This is kept around the Earth. So over time, biology does molecular nuclear fusion. It supports all life on Earth.
Plant photo blasts[lxxv] do it, as do animal, bacterial or fungal mitochondria. Plants take in CO2 and excrete O2; the latter two eat plant matter, and combine the O to form CO2: The gas of life.
In warm periods there are more plants taking in CO2, so free CO2 in the air falls. In an ice age it rises.[lxxvi]
The industrial revolution was driven by steam: But steam in turbulent flow does molecular nuclear fusion. So the industrial revolution was driven by molecular nuclear fusion.
(I will except the compressive steam cycle, which was driven by chemical processes. It lost out to the expansive steam cycle, which liberates 4 times as much energy, as it does nuclear fusion.[lxxvii])
So biology is full of nuclear fusion! It even describes how molecular nuclear fusion goes on in the deep seas at 3 C. So physics insistence that you require millions of degrees C, and high pressures is just wrong.[lxxviii]
Which his why CERN can’t do nuclear fusion. A beating animal heart, like you does! This is why you breathe out CH4 and He.[lxxix]
Google gave me a lot of hits for CH4, He and cancer – but I don’t have time to read the pieces. Certainly rump infections (Including cancer, heart disease, Lupus, Diabetes, MS …) should convert endogenous CO2 and H2O into H2 and CH4.
The work on Lupus shows that the raised levels of He are detectable (See later fro reference), if you have the condition. As rump infections use novel, and more exothermic biological molecular nuclear fusion than body cells, this is a whole new target for medicine.
If you give the antisense to the novel molecular nuclear fusion we see, the infected cells go necrotic, and the B cells make the active antibody to the condition, the antibody that is normally not made – and will cure the condition.
Usually you breathe out He and CH4. So does your compost heap![lxxx] The deep sea makes 3He and 17O, from H2O: This is the source of O3[lxxxi] with breaking waves and waterfalls – more molecular nuclear fusion!
There is medical work out there on using a steam plasma to sterilize medical equipment. It says that steam plasma makes gamma rays.
But frequency is linked to energy, and no chemical reaction is of itself, energetic enough. So if we see gamma rays or X-rays from chemical equations, we are seeing molecular nuclear fusion from water. Going on alongside the reaction.
Certainly a steam plasma could no be doing nuclear fusion: Not without seriously heavy water being fissioned, and steam plasmas go on from regular water.
The IAEA noted that H plasmas do nuclear fusion. The process that is meant to require millions of degrees C, and here happen below 800 C! Steam plasmas run at 280 C, so to see gamma rays, we have to be doing molecular nuclear fusion. Prof Zimmerman will confirm this
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Lightening

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason

The gentel buffeting of rain drops, will produce 20 Watts over the whole rain storm.
But the knocking together of water drops does molecular nuclear fusion. So we get electrical fragments of water. The He2+ rises to above the cloud, and the 2 x OH- falsl to Earth.
So this is the motive force for the lightening. It would take about 250 K Volts to arc across the warm air. But all the molecular nuclear fusion we set off means we only need 5,000 V. And the amperage is tiny.
Once we have the electrical pathway of charged molecules form, we get an up stroke of 1.3 Terra Watts. This is like 1 million, million Watts.
The upstroke forms a steam plasma, which does loads of molecular nuclear fusion.
So we get ozone, light and radiation. So lightening is nature doing nuclear fusion. But we all knew that anyway.
The neat bit is that we can strike up a steam plasma in a glass tube, and replace the burning of fossil fuels. This only sets off flame molecular nuclear fusion anyway.
We produce no toxic end product like nuclear power, and no CO2.
Life had no problem with CO2 – it supports all life on Earth. Only the stooges to nuclear power have a problem with it.
But nuclear power is toxic death! For this work, sheffeild University didn't give me my PhD! Why not? It saves life on Earth. and makes power very cheap. And ends nuclear fission - which kills!

Friday, 28 August 2009

Ecological idiots

By ‘JonThm’ on youtube.com

After Chernobyl, nuclear power realised it had to make itself ‘green’. Problem, they are fatal and toxic.
So the picked on CO2, ignoring the fact plants takes it in to support all life on Earth – life nuclear power kills.
So in the 80s they used the natural warming phase, and an idea from ‘Soylent Green’ to say CO2 caused the greenhouse effect. News Week magazine thought up the name ‘Global Warming’.
But the short term cycles of the sun makes the climate repeat every 28 years. So the natural warming would end in 2004.
And in 2005 the world started cooling: So nuclear power gave the world ‘climate change’. No science, just the name, and $260,000 to back it!
They used their money to pay academics to write articles. So no doubt all the Global Warming scientists have retired, or now have gone over to ‘Climate Change’.
Remember, CO2 supports all life on Earth. Nuclear Power kills it. And the world is cooling now.
Lightening does Molecular Nuclear Fusion from water. Now we know this, so can we. Power with no CO2, or the toxic death of nuclear power.

Thursday, 27 August 2009

Lightening

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason

Converts a potential difference into nuclear fusion, using a steam plasma. So if we fire up a steam plasma in a glass tube, we have access to molecular nuclear fusion.
We use it to generate power, and take off very little power, to convert water into heat.

Nature’ Power

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason

Nature gets most of its power from nuclear fusion. Wherever we have high pressure water, or steam in turbulent flow, some of the exposed Hs collide, and we see molecular nuclear fusion.
The electrons shield the O, but the Hs nucleus is exposed half the time. What we need is for the kinetic interactions to occur for two Hs, and overcome the strong atomic force.
This happens in the deep, in green plants in the light, in your own beating hear and all man’s chemical engines.
As a lightening strike travels up into the cloud, we get a steam plasma. This gives us chaotic flow of moist air, and we see molecular nuclear fusion!
This is why lightening bolts yields so much power. Tell CERN, nature does molecular nuclear fusion from water. Has for over 4 billion years!

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Fusion is here!

By JonThm9@aol.com
Jonathan Thomason 117 Merchant’s Quay, Salford Quays, M50 3XQ

The turbulence of rainstorms sets off molecular nuclear fusion in a thunder cloud. This is the source of the high electrical charges, and energetic nature of the cloud.
So not doubt you guys will be telling the world tomorrow! This message was for Sheffield University, but I will publish it on blogger, as it is so important!

Fusion today

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason

Wherever we have strong interactions of H2O, some of this is converted into He, O and a lot of heat – one form of molecular nuclear fusion.
The O bonds with O2, to form O3 – ozone. So if you want to smell where nature is doing molecular nuclear fusion, use your nose.
In the country, by water falls or breaking waves, by electrical switch gear in the rain. Even in our own bodies.
An animal body does it in the blood and mitochondria. As plants do it in the photoblasts.

Sunday, 23 August 2009

Turbine fusion

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason
On my M.Eng. I found at first hand that steam turbine give off radiation. I looked into a working turbine, and lost the rest of the day.
So they do molecular nuclear fusion. Doing molecular nuclear fusion from water. This is why the steam HEATs up by 20 C as it passes through the turbine – though we take out 10 C as useful energy.
We then spoil it all, by throwing the heat away to the air. If we use a helical turbulence heat exchanger, we can return 85% of the heat as higher temperature heat.
All for the cost of running a pump. So once started, the steam turbine will drive itself, via turning some of the water into He and O.
So no CO2, or the toxic death of nuclear power. The seas do molecular nuclear fusion, so it is clean and safe – and free!
The 3He is lost to space. Photosynthesis also does molecular nuclear fusion. Infact all of nature – include your own heart.
Welcome to the fusion age. We can stop burning stuff, and doing fatal nuclear fission.

Saturday, 22 August 2009

Ice fusion

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason

When we have ice skates slipping across an ice rink, or an avalanche slipping down a slope, both do molecular nuclear fusion. Which is why they give off radiation.
And it is why we see brief melting of the local ice.

Melt the ice


By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason
We have a chain of steam plasma tubes, and we anchor them on the edge of the ice sheets. They are attached to buoys, and occasionally we will need to reattach their telescopic anchor points.
So the tubes turn water into heat, with no power once fired up. Now we will melt the ice, so it will run back to the equator at 0 C.
It doesn’t sit there as a block of cold in the sea water at 3 C, but it will run back towards the equator, picking up heat as it goes.
Exporting solar cold to the world. So we warm the Poles, and cool the equator. Suddenly the warm sea currents are not melt by a block of ice, but flows free3ly, taking solar heat to the cold lands.
By freeing up these heat flows, we even out the temperature around the Earth. We warm the Poles, and cool the hot lands. All by freeing up the flows of cold to flow back to the equator.
Prof. Zimmerman is annoyed with me, as he is a genius, but would rather I had not told the world his ideas to do atomic nuclear fusion from H gas. My idea of doing atomic nuclear fusion from water he had not thought of. But Prof Z is also aware of the bigger picture.
Even though it was an extension of fluid turbulence. You see, curing Global Warming destroys the income stream of universities.
And he works for a university. So the call went out in 1980, study Global Warming, but do not cure it.
Molecular nuclear fusion so does. And nature does it big time. In the air and seas. As I said last time ‘simples!’
Come to think of it, nature is melting the North Polar ice cap. So it is happening naturally. Brilliant. Prof Zimmerman is also aware, tghere is a lot of work to be done on H plasmas.

Yes we sort out GW overnight, btu then ti is on to the 20 years research to find out how it all works.

Friday, 21 August 2009

Stopping Earthquakes

By JonThm9@aol.com
Jonathan Thomason 117 Merchant’s Quay, Salford Quays, M50 3XQ

I have sent this one, four times! As yet with no response. Earth events, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are driven by geothermal steam.
We know that eruptions are preceded by steam venting from the eruption area. This does not release the pressure, it allows the geothermal water in the magma chamber to boil, and increase the pressure.
If the magma chamber has no pool of lava in, we get tectonic adjustment, so an Earthquake, rather than an eruption.
We also know that eruptions, like avalanches, give out gamma radiation! Here is the proof of molecular nuclear fusion! Nature does it big time. Also in breaking waves, or at a water fall.
Will doubted it, but nature does molecular nuclear fusion all around! As your heart beats, it does molecular nuclear fusion. As does the blood as it flows around your arteries.
The way to stop Earth events is to use sonar on the ground around dormant volcanoes, or Earthquake zones.
We are looking for the fluid filled magma chamber. Luckily as sound waves pass through bodies of water, they do molecular nuclear fusion! So show us as bright spots on the sonar trace.
The same thing happens with microwave, radar scans. Molecular nuclear fusion again will!
Once we have located the chamber, we drill down, and install a vent pipe. It must have a valve on, as we only release the pressure slowly.
Otherwise, we make the water boil, and we cause an Earthquake. If I had still been on my PhD, this would all have come out in 2004.

Earthquakes

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason
Radioactive water
As you boil water, this does molecular nuclear fusion. This drives Earthquakes, volcanoes, geysers and heats the water for the city of Bath, UK.
This heavy water decays, emitting very low powered gamma waves, which are likely blocked by the skin. Has anybody bothered to look?
Incidentally, this tells you how to stop Earthquakes. At tectonic boundaries, you build up a pocket of super heated water at 250 c. When the pressure is released, we get an eruption or Earthquake.
So it is so simple! We use ground based sonar at tectonic boundaries to locate such pockets.
We drill down, and install a vent line. We gradually vent the pressure, and stop the Earth event. Simples! (That was a Merkat joke for you guys in the UK!)

Earthquakes

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason
Radioactive water
As you boil water, this does molecular nuclear fusion. This drives Earthquakes, volcanoes, geysers and heats the water for the city of Bath, UK.
This heavy water decays, emitting very low powered gamma waves, which are likely blocked by the skin. Has anybody bothered to look?
Incidentally, this tells you how to stop Earthquakes. At tectonic boundaries, you build up a pocket of super heated water at 250 c. When the pressure is released, we get an eruption or Earthquake.
So it is so simple! We use ground based sonar at tectonic boundaries to locate such pockets.
We drill down, and install a vent line. We gradually vent the pressure, and stop the Earth event. Simples! (That was a Merkat joke for you guys in the UK!)

Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Global Scam!


By JonThm9@aol.com Jonathan Thomason M.Eng August 19, 2009
117 Merchant’s Quay, Salford Quays, M50 3XQ
Summary
The interactions between molecular fluid atoms flowing in a turbulent way, overcomes the strong atomic force for some of the Hydrogens in compounds, and we see nuclear fusion! We form He, molecular fragments, gamma radiation plus a lot of heat!
It explains why radio carbon dating nearly works, and why nature produces so much O3!

Molecular nuclear fusion
- Naturally occurring instances of nuclear fusion, from atoms bound up in molecular structures; on Earth, today, both by nature and science.
Here I am talking about atoms that are bound up in molecules, doing nuclear fusion, and thus we get the fusion product, and molecular fragments. From water we do so much of it!
In the deep, with green plants in the light, with water falls[1] and breaking waves[2], Deep Ocean water flows[3] and man’s chemical engines[4].
There has been some interesting work done by the US Military ‘Contrast and comparison between the Papp engine and the PAGDTM/XS NRGTM Technologies[5]. This was about the generating of gamma radiation from a closed system, with He gas in. This is atomic nuclear fusion, but you might find it interesting.
My biggest reference here is to the authors of ‘Nuclear Fusion in molecular systems’. They are Prof. L Bracci, Prof. G Fiorentini and Prof.G Mezzorani Dipartimento di Fisica, INFN, Pisa, Italy.
Chemical molecular nuclear fusion
2 H2O -> 2 OH- +He2+ + heat and gamma waves.
Chemistry does loads of molecular nuclear fusion, from molecules in aqueous solution. Such reactions produce heat, light X-rays or gamma waves, plus alpha particles again![6]
The most interesting reactions are those that produce light![7]. As important are the reactions that produce non ionizing radiation from aqueous solutions. The burning of fossil fuels produces nuclear radiation.[8]
Solar implications
Throughout the universe, the major catalyst to nuclear fusion is fluid turbulence. On all suns the mass of H gas is in a state of boiling, as it does nuclear fusion.[9]
On Earth when we have molecular hydrogen in a state of boiling or flowing in a turbulent fashion, we see the release of gamma radiation and He, as we do molecular nuclear fusion.[10]
This is why there is 0.001% He in the Earth’s air, but it is not held by Earth’s feeble gravity. This means that the Earth is producing He, and the only possible source is by turning water into He and O. As radioactive decay would not produce enough He2+.[11]
Molecular nuclear fusion is why we find He in mantel pockets containing gas or oil[12]. The turbulent flow of hydrocarbons produces it! There is no chemical process that does so.
Nuclear fission deals with a half life, the time in which the radioactive nature of a material halves. This converts the matter into less radioactive substances, with shorter half lives. So the radioactive nature of the material has gone down by a factor of 8, after two Half lives, and after 3, is effectively zero.
It is only right that at this stage I should reference GreenPeace, who used to be so active about radiation.[13] They got side tracked by the Global Warming fiction.
It is looking like Global Warming will turn out to be the most expensive bit of phantom science ever. As noted in today’s papers, ‘no one is able to point to a single piece of evidence that man-made CO2 has a significant affect on the world climate’.[14]
This maintained that CO2 forced the weather, which would warm. Since 2005, the world climate has been cooling, as CO2 output has gone up.
Plants take in the CO2, which in 2003 was at 0.00037%. It has not change since the industrial revolution, despite man’s output.[15]. CO2 is a climate follower.
The only people with an interest in bad mouthing CO2 are nuclear power, who is a big spender with academia: So nuclear power bought the IPCC! Which has renamed itself from ‘Independent …’ to ‘Intergovernmental …’ This happened after I contacted them with this point.
Do feel free to ask them why![16]
Fusion to top-up the earth
More radioactive substances decay faster, which his why there is no Pu in the Earth’s crust. If we consider that natural substances have an average half life of 8,000 years, after 24,000 all radioactive processes would have ceased. So after 1 million, there would be no radioactive substances in the Earth’s crust.
So after only 1 million years old, all nuclear fission would have stopped. The Earth is estimated to be 4 billion years old. So if nuclear fusion was not happening in the deep[17], we would not know that radioactivity happed. As it is, nature does molecular nuclear fusion to a large extent.
The radioactive nature of molecular nuclear fusion means that we tend to produce 3He.[18] . Molecular nuclear fusion also produce s18O. 3He decays into 2He in 0.004 seconds[a], and there are no implications of 18O.
The relative over abundance is noted by Winkipedia, but not commented upon. It arises from the terrestrial production method for He. As it is lost to space, we see less of the post-day 2He.
These are produced, along with CH4, by green plants in the light. As mentioned elsewhere in this document, nature is full of molecular nuclear fusion! We do it, with every beat of our heart!
Nuclear fission runs down naturally, but is toxic death. All nature does molecular nuclear fusion, which is safe, clean and basically free! Turning water into He and O. We lose the He to space, and breathe in the O. Plants breathe in CO2, and excrete O2. No CO2. O2 is their waste: CO2 is the gas of life![19] Plants take in CO2, and produce O2 and carbohydrates. Animals eat the carbohydrates, and recombine it with the O2 they breathe in.[20]
This is termed the ‘carbon cycle’[21] that supports all life on Earth. You and every living thing on Earth are built from organic carbon. It is the way of life. We emit more CO2; there is more life on Earth.
We have an ice age with fewer plants, and the free CO2 in the air increases. The vast bulk of CO2 in the air comes from animals breathing out. Man started releasing CO2 in C18, and we had the little ice age.
According to who you listen to, the world has been cooling since 1997, 1999 or 2005: The latter is my experience around the world, and was published in New Scientist.[b]
Plants use CO2 to do molecular nuclear fusion in their photoblasts: That’s right, the CO2/Carbohydrate circuit if how plants do nuclear fusion. This means they also release He and CH4 – as referenced below.
Though we do breathe out He[22], as our mitochondria do molecular nuclear fusion in our bodies. Our beating heart also does it. Life does molecular nuclear fusion.
In the course of writing this document it was found that Lupus increase He breathed out. So it would appear viral rump diseases do enhance levels of molecular nuclear fusion.
This is my name for Genome left behind from a full infection, which causes the diseases of age. King’s Collage London and most universities around the world are interested in this area.[23]
While surfing Google for stuff on gamma ray production[24], I found a document about a conventional boiler. As stated, NASA has found boiling water releases this type of radiation.
Life does MNF
Prof Zimmerman said he did not know if molecular nuclear fusion was important: If it wasn’t, no life on Earth would do it. As it is, all life does it! It is right that he waited for confirmation that this idea had some factual basis.
When he said ‘turbulence in H gas, gives nuclear fusion’, I thought it was a statement. It wasn’t, he wanted a response. In actual fact you need turbulence in pressurized H gas, but I did not know that then.
For molecular nuclear fusion, we need steam under pressure, or water under higher pressure. We need to overcome the strong atomic force fro the Hs. The solitary electron mean that only sometimes we get nucleus on nucleus contact. With atoms with more than two electrons, we never get directly nuclear contact. With compounds of hydrogen, only the direct H interaction will give us nuclear fusion.
I have put out that Prof Zimmerman could do atomic nuclear fusion in 2001. Really his idea was there, but it had to wait until 2008, and some microbubble work to become reality.
You haven’t heard of thast work, as it is very specialized, and not news worthy. Not to the science-light journalists who write our newspapers. So don’t harras Will. He is a smart guy, but busy.
We see radioactive isotopes in the deep, because we do molecular nuclear fusion on the river of water run around the Earth’s mantel. If there was no molecular nuclear fusion going off in the deep, Marie Currie and her brother would not have won two Noble prizes for discovering radioactivity.[25]
Nuclear fission runs down, so after 4 billion years, there should be no nuclear processes going on in the deep. But molecular nuclear fusion tops up the radioactive processes in the deep, and leads to continuing fission.
This simple fact of the running down of nuclear fission has escaped the notice of scientists working on deep radioactivity.[26]. In a way, this is understandable, as we see radioactivity in the deep, no thought has been given to how it can be going on!
The Earth is too old, And the amount of radioactivity we see in the deep, is far too great for the atomic nuclear fusion going on in the metallic hydrogen in the Earth’s core.[27]
We see this with NH4, H2O and hydrocarbons flowing in magma chambers in the deep, we see the release of He and gamma radiation, plus molecular fragments, as we see molecular nuclear fusion here.[28] We see the release of radiation from alcohol stills. That is C2H5OH in turbulent flow.[29]
So CO2 is how life does nuclear fusion. When plants take in CO2, and combine it with water, as I mention elsewhere in this tome, we get off 2/3He, 12/13CH4 and 16/17O. The CH4 is used to build carbohydrates, by combining it with more water.
So we return to my earlier point: Life is organic carbon. Free CO2 levels in the air are a function of the amount of plant growth we have. The climate is controlled by the sun: That big shining, hot ball of fusion in the sky. Nothing to do with you driving a car. As the Americans say ‘Enjoy!’
The magic ingredient for life on this planet is not sun light, but liquid water AND sunlight. On other planet, another cycle may be used to do nuclear fusion. On Earth, it is the Carbon cycle: You are built of organic carbon, you life is dependant on CO2, and the O2 plants excrete from it!
Animals evolved to metabolize the waste gas of plants, O2, eat plant bulk, and exhale CO2 – the gas of life.[30]
This is why both photo blasts and mitochondria[31] give off radiation as they work: Life is using CO2 to do molecular nuclear fusion both ends of the carbon cycle.
It appears that viral and bacterial mitochondria do more molecular nuclear fusion than our body cells.[32]
Nuclear fusion in Molecular systems
This train of thought was started by an internet document I found on nuclear fusion in molecular systems. This was published in 2001 or earlier, but no research work has been done on it![33]
I am out of date! So much research work is going on here. It turns H2O into 2/3He, 16/17O, gamma waves and heat. It is power with no CO2 or toxic death.
This is for systems from water. But we also see it from all forms of molecular hydrogen. I first learned of it in 1982, about ammonia refineries releasing radiation as they worked.[34]
The nearest reference I could find today was on clean energy: That is the theme of this dissertation, so enjoy the reference.
This did not seem likely, so it was filed away for later use! This came in 2001, on a PhD under Prof. Zimmerman. He did not initially believe in molecular nuclear fusion, as it seems so strange. But it goes on all through nature and science.
Life on Earth does not go from H gas, which does not exist in the air: As a lightening strike will turn this into water – H2O. So this is one O, with two tiny Hs attached.
Molecular H in a fluid, knocks its molecules together so hard due to kinetic interactions, the molecules overcome the strong atomic force for 2 adjacent Hs.[35]
This is what CERN has[36] spent $250 billion, estimate, failing to give man. But even a boiling kettle, in the turbulence of boiling, does it. OK, for one molecule out of 50,000 – but this equates to huge amounts of power – e=mc2 being what it is.
We must break free from thinking that suns are the only places that nuclear fusion happens. The deep sea does it at 3 C, your beating heart does it, as do microwave ovens[37]. So it is all around, and within us.
Molecular nuclear fusion is so important to the development of cancer. The fact that our own blood circulation give out non-ionizing radiation is very important to know.
Though I was told this by an engineer from BNFL, no scientist is actively publishing stuff on this subject, as molecular nuclear fusion is not considered to be real. It is, and it kills.
The levels of heat we see on the sun means that atomic nuclear fusion is too energetic for our needs. Molecular nuclear fusion supplies all the heat and power we can use.
Power from water, with no CO2, so no chance of Global Warming – though that was only ever phantom fiction cooked up by their stooges in academia: Who really should do us all a favor, and go away and study FACT not FICTION.
The EARTH IS NOT WARMING, IT IS EHADED INTO THE NEXT ICE AGE, AS MAN’S EMISSIONS OF CO2 CLIMBS[38]. Molecular nuclear fusion can hold back the ice and death that will result otherwise.
Global Warming was good fiction, because most people do not know about science, and all the scientists who knew that science were transfixed by the money from nuclear power.
Little obvious point here: Global Warming means things get hotter globally. Not wetter. Now nuclear power has given up on the idea, and talks about ‘climate change’. Elsewhere I have given the quote from the Daily Telegraph that there is not one instance of a causal link between CO2 and the climate.
Nuclear power kills, life is organic carbon. Ask any biology student anywhere in the world.[39]
The Industrial Revolution was driven by steam power: Which is the way man has found to do nuclear fusion: On my degree I was taught that steam engines[40] gave off radiation while they work. I have looked on Google and Yahoo now, and most of this old science has been deleted.
So go to a steam fair with a Geiger counter. I was told by an engineer who worked for BNFL, that a beating heart gives off radiation[41], a bit of old science I refer to often in this document. There is only some medical work being done on this science.
The most important place we see molecular nuclear fusion is in water systems. It does happen in nature to a large extent from steam or high pressure water in turbulent flow, but around the Earth, most molecular nuclear fusion goes off from high pressure water, or using biological catalyst. We also see loads of physical molecular nuclear fusion, which his a bit embarrassing fro CERN!
The first time I was told about this was in 1985, where radio waves cooked birds caught in a radar mast in World War II[42]. This is how microwave ovens work today – as is why the food is slightly radioactive once cooked.
But so is food from the oven, or after grilling or boiling. It turns out that man has used molecular nuclear fusion since he cooked food.
The reference I have found here is to the difficulty in distinguishing irradiated food from cooked food. You can’t – they are both the same, though we tend to like our meals browned too![43]
The pressure waves as you heart beats sets off molecular nuclear fusion, in the same way that radio waves do. This is why an animal blood system gives off bursts of radiation, while its heart beats. It turns out that all life gives of radiation.
I was told that growing bacteria emit radiation in 1982! Nothing on the web, except this piece![44] We are used to the idea that life is killed by radiation, but not that we produce low amounts of low power radiation. Look don’t beat me up about it! Take it up with God!
I am interested in cytokines and the immune system, and it turns out they handle the body’s innate radiation production.[45]
Above I noted that photosynthesis was light induced molecular nuclear fusion. Look up the stuff about 3He in the Biomass Hanbook.[46] Page 12 if my memory serves me right!
We are used to thinking nuclear kills. But we should realize that through molecular nuclear fusion, life does nuclear fusion safely. And that it is essential to life on this planet.[47]
So a fields of green crops in the light doing molecular nuclear fusion, is so important to all life on Earth. It seems such a strange idea; no academic has thought to look at this area. Though the release of He, O, CH4 and gamma waves was published in New Scientist in 2009.[48] I can’t be bothered to look, as it will have been edited from the web documents.
Biology does MNF
As just mentioned AGAIN, plant photo blasts release of 2/3He, 12/13CH4 and 16/17O, plus gamma radiation during light hours: When plants take in only H2O and CO2. If this was not going on, there would be parts per hundred trillion He in the air, not the parts per million resulting from radioactive decay in the deep.[49]
I have read in New Scientist, the fact you breathe out He and CH4. You don’t breathe in He, but even without Lupus, you breathe it out. I have found a document mostly dealing with CO, which lists the gases you breathe out in its end appendix.[50]
The deep sea gets in on the act, again releasing 3He and 18O[51], plus gamma waves. Here we have deep water, in turbulent flow. Thus a major input of energy on the land and in the sea, is from molecular nuclear fusion on Earth: Though for photosynthesis, additional energy from light emitted from the sun is also required.
The molecular nuclear fusion going on in the seas supplies 25% of the heat to Europe. This figure was mentioned in New Scientist, and always read like an interesting guestimate.
So the seas act like a low temperature sun, on the Earth’s surface. It goes on in the deep at Mars, which is why there are huge ecosystems out there. I have read there are similar ecosystems in Mantel pockets on the earth, away from solar radiation.
Deep smokers do molecular nuclear fusion, using the hot water bubbling up from the sea bed. And they produce the energy fro massive ecosystems in the deep.[52]
Deep water is heavy water![53] Even if there is no volcanic vent in the body of water. The Nazis found this during WW II, but all the physicists were in the US by then. And the Telomark raids destroyed the stores of heavy water.
In chains of reservoirs we see this effect today. As we need the turbulent flow of high pressure water to do molecular nuclear fusion. The surface water does not do it.
So we observe man does molecular nuclear fusion via his machines using steam in turbulent flow. Biology uses water and clever catalysts.
On Io, it is thought that gravity from Jupiter causes liquid water to exist below the surface ice. If we sent a drill to Io, we would find there are high levels of dissolved He supporting volcanism on Io[54] and Europa.[55]
So Io is kept hot due to the molecular nuclear fusion going on in its sub-ice oceans. Life on Mars[56] will go on in the deep, away from the sun weak emissions. On the Earth there are whole ecosystems in the deep waiting to be discovered.
Supported by molecular nuclear fusion, not the heat of the sun. It may turn out life on land is just a side show. No references here, as this is science yet to be done.
I am wrong again! Read[57] ‘Hot oases in chill darkness‘ for details of life with no light.
Back on Earth, the boiling of water gives the required level of turbulence for molecular nuclear fusion to occur: This idea was induced by a comment from Prof Zimmerman, that the turbulent flow of H gas would give nuclear fusion: Where as the linear flow of H gas used by CERN never would.[58]
Man’s MNF today
So the steam cycle does molecular nuclear fusion! And the release of gamma radiation was taught to me at Sheffield University, in 1983[59]. The guy has stumbled on molecular nuclear fusion, and thinks it is a form of cold fusion. Really cold fusion is a weak form of molecular nuclear fusion. At this point read up on ‘cold fusion’[60]
This release of radiation from Ti turbine[61] was also mentioned to me in 1983 by an engineer at NEI Parsons, now part of Siemens power generation. I used to be a metallurgist, hence my interest here.[62]
The radiation is not NDT, it is an ongoing problem, and must be designed for, using special alloys.[63] Both jet engines and steam turbines produce gamma radiation, plus He.
This is at the limit of human knowledge, and though I was taught this at Sheffield University and NEI in 1983, there has been no academic work published on this area. Or it has been deleted, as ever!
Turbine do MNF big time
It was also taught to me that Ti turbines and car engines give off gamma radiation as they work: Though all references to this have been scrubbed from Google: Why and by whom I do not know.[64]
The only guys with an interest in stopping people getting nuclear fusion, and who have the money to pay Google to scrub the references are present nuclear power.
Thank God for the printed word, as there is stuff out there on gamma radiation production from car engines[65]. Nothing on the web though.
Water, ammonia and ethanol stills all give off gamma radiation. There is some chemical work on stills and radiation, but they do not know about molecular nuclear fusion![66] The bubbling of steam raises water to boiling very quickly, and is termed the Windscale kettle. This technology was devised in the 1950s (sic)
At this juncture it is worth saying why I hate nuclear fission: It is dear, and kills, and produces toxic death.[67]
In contrast, life on this planet does molecular nuclear fusion. It is safe, clean and cheap. It usually goes off from water, so it is basically free.
We lose the He to space[68], gain H, and at lightening strikes get back our water. Until the Earth swallows the earth, there is more energy in the seas than man can ever hope to use.
He can generate power in space, where ever there is water: So Io looks good!
Doing MNF simply
The Windscale kettle is a very efficient way to do molecular nuclear fusion. So it would be possible to keep the water in a state of boiling by recirculating part of the steam, and using the rest to generate power.
Somebody in the US tried this out, but as they did not cool the spent steam on the cold end of a Carnot plant, and thus recover 85% of the process heat of the power generation steam, they required to recirculate more than 10% of the produced steam.
I term this idea the ‘recirculating steam cycle’. It is a simple and effective way to engineer molecular nuclear fusion. I am waiting to hear back from the American, who ran a Windscale kettle, and got a self sustaining steam cycle.
Strip Lights and Cancer
While I was thinking about this area, I remembered in 1983 being taught that fluorescent lights give off gamma radiation, as they turn Na gas into light.[69]
As they work they turn Na -> He -> H -> light. In mid life as we have a significant partial pressure of He and H, we see a tube display run on, where it produces light with no applied current. Contact Phillips to talk about fluorescent lights causing cancer.[70]
This year Oxford University has got £1 billion to try out H plasmas and nuclear fusion.[71] Plasmas turn protons and electrons into neutrons. We get heavy H, which does more fission, into light and heat – with no toxic end product – other than the neutrons.
We see a high rate of this low atomic number fission, which turns H into light and heat. I am interested in a steam plasma for personal heat and power use. We get a less energetic mixed H and O plasma, which is a better match to our energy needs. It is easier to top up – with regular water. Not H gas.
Oxford is aiming for a one shot plasma, every three hours. A more efficient route would be to use an H plasma tube, and the driving current is based on the pressure of the H gas.
So once we have enough H gas in the tube, a tube will do nuclear fusion with no applied current. No CO2, so no Global Warming. And no toxic waste as from present nuclear power.[72]
This is the idea in put on the Internet, for a heating tube in a power plant. It produces no CO2, and none of the toxic death of nuclear fission. The only peer review I got was four messages asking for more details of my ideas.
It is clean, safe, cheap, clean nuclear fusion. Once we have the plant running, we top up the H of the tubes, and have no other fueling costs.[73]
The places where biology does molecular nuclear fusion is essential to life on this planet, and this area needs a lot of research. It is the single biggest energy source for life, but science does not yet know about it.
In the course of writing this document, it has been found that Lupus, another disease of age, gives out He: The only possible source is by doing biological molecular nuclear fusion.
It is known that cancer is desperate for access to blood, and so water. So it seems probable that all the diseases of age do biological molecular nuclear fusion.
Plasma stuff
At this point it is worth considering the nature of plasmas. They consist of the atomic nuclei, surrounded by some orbiting electrons, in a sea of electrons. The frequent interactions of the free and orbiting electrons turn some of their energy into heat. This is why we need an applied current.
With plasmas of Hydrogen, we have protons and neutrons occasionally interacting with electrons. The atom is mostly space, so the few interactions usually end as heat. It is different if we have a direct proton on electron collision. Then we form a new neutron.
These neutrons now go on to form heavy hydrogen nuclei. And these fission into heat, and electro magnetic radiation of various frequencies. For brevity above I have talked about only gamma radiation. Really we get all frequencies, from low infra red, up to gamma waves.
We are not bothered about light or even high ultraviolet. X-rays are more problematic though. All of the matter would end up as neutrons at significant pressure. But at low pressure, our fission of Hydrogen into free radiation means that we burn the matter into light, and the rest.
One area I am very curious about is steam plasmas. The O nucleus is still protected by some of the valiancy electrons, but over time, the influx of neutrons causes the atom to fission.
As we do a mass burn, we convert some of the matter into heat and radiation, until we end up with H, and the rational above applies.
It is this matter burn, which his slightly exothermic, and with the energy release by the fission of H, maintains the plasma. Will we still need a small driving current? This will be pressure linked, and the experiments have not yet been done.
So a plasma can burn matter into light. This is why a fluorescent tube loses weight over its life, and then stops working.
So for many. many years, the light in your kitchen has shown how to do nuclear fusion. As has your grill, oven, cooker rings, central heating boiler, plus your beating heart of course.[74]
Physics
Physics can stop funding CERN[75], and investigate how the turbulent flow of steam or high pressure water does nuclear fusion. They are such cleaver people, but have missed the idea that was so obvious to Prof Zimmerman.
He told me in 2001 (sic) that H gas in turbulent flow does nuclear fusion. A process which goes on through the universe. Linear flow, no matter how cool, will never do nuclear fusion.
All man’s chemical engines do molecular nuclear fusion. Burning fossil fuels would take in heat if it was not for the molecular nuclear fusion their flames set off in the steam the burning produces.[76]
A rocket motor does molecular nuclear fusion as the fuel is burnt. This tells us why high pressure rockets give more thrust, as the fuel is burnt.[77]
Using these ideas it is totally possible to design a jet airplane, which flies into space at hypersonic speed, using water as its only fuel.
The industrial revolution was powered by molecular nuclear fusion, as is technology today. What is lacking is an understanding of how it works.
More biology
Back to stuff I learned in 1984. When you feed an animal a meal of carbohydrates[78], their stomach gives off radiation!
This is why people breathe out He and CH4 – along with the output from the molecular nuclear fusion going on in the blood system.
This also means that you will make Lithium. Of which there is no other major source in our diets. The stuff is too reactive.
However analysis of animal excrement will show up high levels of Li. Biology is full of molecular nuclear fusion: Wherever we look, we see He and gamma radiation.
With compost heaps we get the production of CH4 and He, as just mentioned. If we infuse the compost with air and He gas, we will get more molecular nuclear fusion. But we will also be making Li, which is an alkali metal. This will come out in the fluid running from the compost.
This can be confirmed by a simple chemical analysis! With people, though the bile animal digestion systems make hides the Li. They can’t hide their production of radiation though. Or the presence of high levels of Li salts.
However analysis of animal excrement will show up high levels of Li[79]. And the exhalation of He and CH4 is referenced above.
Gas plasmas
An H plasma does atomic nuclear fusion, and is well suited to large energy users. A tiny fraction of the power can be used to do electrolysis of water to give new H gas[80]. So once stated, no external power is used, and there is no CO2 of toxic death produced.
As mentioned above, life on Earth is supported by plants and bacteria taking in CO2, and excreting O2. Nuclear Power tried top say is green, as it does not produce CO2[81]. It doesn’t. It just produces toxic death. It is so not nice to life!
For personal use a steam plasma may yield only 1,000th of the heat of an H plasma. This is a good match to personal use! It takes in a trickle of water, and produces all the heat and power for a house.
Rather than using a mains tap, we are better off using bottles of distilled water. They are very cheap, and our use of the water will mean we need a new bottle every ten years.
We will have no utility bills. A small plasma fusion plant is best sited in a garage our out building due to the radiation out put. But this will be far lower than the low power gamma waves we get from a kitchen today.
As expected, there has been no work published in this area – though I did give one reference to this area above.
A steam plasma will result in loads of neutron formation, and heavy hydrogen. The oxygen will also become heavy due to the neutrons, and fission down into Hs.[82]
A steam plasma is easy to set up, and the driving current we need to maintain the plasma should be a function of the steam pressure. In use we could run a small steam process using steam plasma tubes, and generate a massive excess of current, enough to power a street.
There are no references here, as this is novel work to the world: Work the engineering material department of Sheffield University is well placed TO DO! It is also where I though of molecular nuclear fusion!
Taking personal energy use out of the grid will make such a difference to power generation. Using H plasma[83] tubes should produce clean, and CO2 free, power generation.[84]
So safe, clean, cheap power with no toxic death!
The reference on H plasmas above is for the IAEA Nuclear Power body[85]. So they were aware of H plasmas, but did not think they were important. Or more likely, they were too simple and cheap to warrant further work.
In an H plasma, we get
p+ + e- -> n0
where p = proton, e=electron and n- neutron.
In a steam plasma we also have a O plasma. Here we see
16O + 2n -> 18O
& 18O -> 28Be + E1 Where E1 = energy equivalent of 2 n.
We then do
n + 4Be -> 23He + E2
and
22H + E3 -> E4
E1 + E2 + E3 + E4 are the energy equivalent of O, expressed as heat, raw energy and electro magnetic radiation. Basically we do O -> E∑
Both 17O and 18O are secondary isotopes, meaning that their nucleosynthesis requires seed nuclei. 17O is primarily made by the burning of hydrogen into helium during the CNO cycle, making it a common isotope in the hydrogen burning zones of stars.
We should note at this stage that burning fossil fuels does molecular nuclear fusion. This is why a chemical process causes nuclear alteration: That according to the text books[86] can’t occur! Thus molecular nuclear fusion explains stuff about the real world that is a mystery otherwise.
Most 18O is produced when14N (made abundant from CNO burning) captures a 4He nucleus, making 18O common in the helium-rich zones of stars. Approximately a billion degrees Celsius is required for two oxygen nuclei to undergo nuclear fusion to form the heavier nucleus of sulfur.
In photosynthesis we turn 16O into 17O[87]. But physics does not consider molecular nuclear fusion as a process, so it has not been written up yet.
Returning to the fissioning of Oxygen: Is it was not for all the neutrons, these fission are endothermic. As it is, they are very exothermic.[88]
Every fission process here, converts the neutron equivalent of 2 Hs into energy. It is the H plasma which generates all the neutrons[89], that makes all this work.
So I was wrong, a steam plasma[90] is as exothermic as a H one. And it is the sort of stuff chemical engineering should be studying. As it is, today all the research is being done by the medics!
Who have found that a steam plasma generates many gamma[91] waves: Which can only be produced by nuclear stuff! They do not realize they have found molecular nuclear fusion.
None of the work is published on the web, yet. IT HAS COME OUT OF MY IMMAGINATION. How interesting that IAEA has published stuff on an H plasma doing nuclear fusion.
I was surfing about steam plasmas, and I found there was a whole body of work out there on the sterilizing effect of a steam plasma[92], due to the high levels of gamma radiation we get.
H plasma
Oxford University is talking about firing an H plasma every three hours[93]. They are going to catch the neutrons with concrete: This is not the way the sun works!
We want continuous H plasma in a tube[94]. At a certain diving pressure, we will require no current top maintain the plasma: It will be self powering.
My reference here is for ‘Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 1550 - 1553 (1995) ‘Stopping of Heavy Ions in a Hydrogen Plasma’. So some work is being done by physics on H plasmas.
We want a cylinder of H gas to maintain the pressure, and a vent valve to shut the plasma down. They are right about the neutrons though.
Here a concrete made with FeO as the filler, rather than sand will be more effective[95]. Nature does spray out neutrons in to the environment, as it does molecular nuclear fusion from water.
In the chaotic flow, we get some proton on proton events, which form He. But we get as many protons on electron events. So we get
p+ + p+ -> He2+
p+ + e- -> n0[96]
all those neutrons are going to give us loads of nuclear reactions:
2He2++ 1/2n0 -> 3/4HE2+
Now that decays
3/4He -> 2/3H + E1/2[97]
Where E1/2 is the energy equivalent of 1 or 2 neutrons. Which we get out as heat and electro magnetic radiation. This can be up to gamma frequencies.
When we fuse Hs, we give out E1, but when it decays, E1 is taken in, from our E1/.2. So we gain the energy equivalent of 1 neutron.
Those neutrons are causing matter to fission, down to light. And the plasma is turning H into neutrons.
If we put toxic fuel rods next to H plasma tubes, the neutrons cause the toxic isotopes to fission into shorter lasting, and less toxic isotopes.[98]
During this, they do a matter burn, and convert some of their mass into heat and electro magnetic radiation.
Obviously we do
2/3H -> E1/2 again as heat and electro magnetic radiation.
So an H plasma tube converts matter into neutrons, and so energy. Basically we form our own little neutron star. But at moderate pressures. If we then use these tubes to generate power, we can take off some of this power, to maintain the plasma.
We also do electrolysis of water. So no CO2 or toxic death.[99]
Nuclear power is obsessed with CO2[100]: The forget that plants take it in, to support life[101]. There is only 0.00037% of it in the air.
A figure that has remained static since the industrial revolution. The 4 trillion plants on the Earth sink CO2, with today’s climate, down to 0.00037%.[102]
In the 18th century, man started releasing CO2, and we had the little ice age[103]. And ice ages are the only way to increase CO2 levels in the air. Thank goodness I studied physics at school.
Steam plasma
The chaotic flow of the plasma gives us loads of electron on proton events, which forms neutrons. We also form positrons and duo neutrons, but they decay fast.
So we get loads of[104] 1H + 1/2n0 -> 2/3H
We also see[105] 16O + 1/2n0 -> 17/18O
This decays,
interestingly to[106] -> 4/5Be + E1/2 +1/2n0
And thus 5Be -> 2/3He + E1/2+1/2n0
And then 3He -> 2 x 2/3H + E1/2+1/2n0
And[107] 2/3H -> E1/2+1/2n0
So steam plasmas look so interesting! This is all known to Physics, as my references show. But physics has no knowledge of how molecular hydrogen decays into heat and electro magnetic radiation.
Nuclear processes involving molecular hydrogen are the source of much He2+, they think is due to radioactive fission in the deep Earth.[108] They also ascribe the natural production of tritium to the same reason. Really it comes from molecular nuclear fusion occurring at the Earth’s mantel.[109]
The Ozone story
He is hard to detect: You need to sample the air, and tae it back to the lab. for gas analysis. However with molecular nuclear fusion, the human nose can detect O3 – ozone.
It is formed as molecular nuclear fusion turns water into He and O. The free radical O bonds with molecular oxygen, to form O3 – ozone.[110]
We get O3 at the sea shore, above the deep shore, above peat bogs, and at water falls[111]. We even get it over fields of green crops in the light: All areas where molecular nuclear fusion is occurring.
Electrical switch gear[112] and chemical engines also form O3, as they do molecular nuclear fusion.
The water molecule is not broken apart to form H and O, or we would see thermo nuclear explosions ever five minutes, as cosmic rays started H explosions[113]! Instead we lose the He to space, but keep the O3, until it is dissociated in the stratosphere.
My reference here tries to explain an H explosion using chemistry. You can’t! Hold a Geiger counter at a balloon of H, as you hold a lighted match to the balloon. When you hearing has returned, you have just experience a thermonuclear blast.[114]
We make O, but this is blamed on chemistry in our bodies. Where the CH4 and He come from, is not explained.[115]
But at water falls and breaking waves, there is no chemical process that could make O! Except if we accept we are doing molecular nuclear fusion, in a nuclear reaction.[116]
Double Helix
In 2001, I started a PhD under the then Dr Zimmerman. It ended when I started saying too loudly, that Global Warming was Public Relations by nuclear power. So I did the obvious, moved to Salford and went singing at the Lowry.[117]
In 2003 the then Prof Zimmerman started agreeing with me. Even though he was a chemical engineer, he did not tell the world, as there were other academics earning their living from that phantom science.[118]
He got my studying the improved heat flow from steam in turbulent flow[119]. A month ago, after two years nagging from me, he borrowed a Geiger counter, and will now have seen the release of radiation from MNF.
My reference above is for sun flowers in a field. How interesting! As we know green crops in the light, do biological molecular nuclear fusion[120]! They release He, 17O, 13CH4, gamma waves and heat.
The guy had found out how to do nuclear fusion on Earth, but was too focused on his work, to think about the area. He left that to me, as creative thinking is what I do. And singing. He is about getting students through exams[121].
So why am I not in Sheffield? Because if I was, I would strop thinking too. But now I have thought, so get will on w.zimmerman@sheffeild.ac.uk[122]
Carbon dates
Other people have published work on the emission of He, CH4, O, heat and gamma waves from green plants in the light[123]. So green plants do molecular nuclear fusion!
Growing bacteria and animal mitochondria[124] also do molecular nuclear fusion! So life is fusion driven. This is why Carbon dating works, and also why it falls down.
Plants take in CO2, and convert it to CH4, as do peat bogs[125]: Plus He, O and gamma waves. But as we have a see of neutrons, we get 13C, not 12C. This is nearly stable, so the ration of 12C to 13C tells us how long ago since the substance was alive.
Animals do molecular nuclear fusion in their mitochondria, so we see 13C in the carbohydrates they build into their body. So this decays at a fixed rate.[126]
In a neutron free environment, this is a fixed ration[127]. So in the air, a Carbon date is fairly correct: It needs to be adjusted fro the background count. So areas near water falls or breaking waves are going to be wrong.
So molecular nuclear fusion means we need to adjust our dates. This is OK usually, until we get to the deep sea or peat bogs[128].
With peat bogs, an item buried 50 years ago, comes up with a Carbon date of 500 years: This was anecdotal news from the radio a few years ago.
So the proof of molecular nuclear fusion comes from where we have datable stuff, which comes up with a wrong carbon date. It also suggests that to reprocess radioactive waste, we need to burry it in a peat bog.
But this environment is very hostile, and I doubt we could stop radioactive leakage. We might be able to set up units, where we pass corrosion resistant containers through boiling water.
We collect the steam, and keep bubbling it back through the water, and the boiling molecular nuclear fusion keeps the steam pressure up.
Radioactive life
Plants take in CO2[129], combine it with H2O, and produce CH4, He, O, head and gamma waves.
CO2 + 6 H2O -> CH4 + He + O +emr + heat
Where emr is electromagnetic radiation. In the gamma range here.
In the process it sprays out a neutron. These bond with 12C to form 13C[130]. So if we know the local background count, we can figure out the half life on 13C, and the ration of 12C to 13C will give us the date the plant matter was last alive.
But animals combine the carbohydrates, produced by bonding CH4 with H2O, with O2 from the air, to get at energy[131] – and on the way also do molecular nuclear fusion!
CH5OHn + (n-1)O2 -> 13CO2 + nH2O + He +emr + heat
So Animals also produce 13C[132].
Nature produces gamma waves plus He and O, wherever it is doing molecular nuclear fusion. This O bonds with O2, to give O3.
So wherever life is doing molecular nuclear fusion, we get He and O3[133]!
So locally, we can get increased background counts, which go along with higher levels of neutrons.
They bond with 13C, to form 14C[134], which is very unstable! So we see an increased rate of decay into 12C. In the deep, at peat bogs, at water falls, and in fields in the country.
So molecular nuclear fusion explains why radio carbon dating works, but also says why we need to amend the dates we have given to objects![135]
Conclusion
All around, and even within animal blood systems, nature is turning water into He, O, radiation and heat. We lose the He to space, and in time, free light in space forms H gas, and this our atmosphere gains.
It is not held by our weak gravity, but if we have a lightening strike, or naked flame, we turn O into H2O. This is kept around the Earth. So over time, biology does molecular nuclear fusion. It supports all life on Earth.
Plant photo blasts[136] do it, as do animal, bacterial or fungal mitochondria. Plants take in CO2 and excrete O2; the latter two eat plant matter, and combine the O to form CO2: The gas of life.
In warm periods there are more plants taking in CO2, so free CO2 in the air falls. In an ice age it rises.[137]
The industrial revolution was driven by steam: But steam in turbulent flow does molecular nuclear fusion. So the industrial revolution was driven by molecular nuclear fusion.
(I will except the compressive steam cycle, which was driven by chemical processes. It lost out to the expansive steam cycle, which liberates 4 times as much energy, as it does nuclear fusion.[138])
So biology is full of nuclear fusion! It even describes how molecular nuclear fusion goes on in the deep seas at 3 C. So physics insistence that you require millions of degrees C, and high pressures is just wrong.[139]
Which his why CERN can’t do nuclear fusion. A beating animal heart, like you does! This is why you breathe out CH4 and He.[140]
Google gave me a lot of hits for CH4, He and cancer – but I don’t have time to read the pieces. Certainly rump infections (Including cancer, heart disease, Lupus, Diabetes, MS …) should convert endogenous CO2 and H2O into H2 and CH4.
The work on Lupus shows that the raised levels of He are detectable (See later fro reference), if you have the condition. As rump infections use novel, and more exothermic biological molecular nuclear fusion than body cells, this is a whole new target for medicine.
If you give the antisense to the novel molecular nuclear fusion we see, the infected cells go necrotic, and the B cells make the active antibody to the condition, the antibody that is normally not made – and will cure the condition.
Usually you breathe out He and CH4. So does your compost heap![141] The deep sea makes 3He and 17O, from H2O: This is the source of O3[142] with breaking waves and waterfalls – more molecular nuclear fusion!
There is medical work out there on using a steam plasma to sterilize medical equipment. It says that steam plasma makes gamma rays.
But frequency is linked to energy, and no chemical reaction is of itself, energetic enough. So if we see gamma rays or X-rays from chemical equations, we are seeing molecular nuclear fusion from water. Going on alongside the reaction.
Certainly a steam plasma could no be doing nuclear fusion: Not without seriously heavy water being fissioned, and steam plasmas go on from regular water.
The IAEA noted that H plasmas do nuclear fusion. The process that is meant to require millions of degrees C, and here happen below 800 C!
Steam plasmas run at 280 C, so to see gamma rays, we have to be doing molecular nuclear fusion. Prof Zimmerman will confirm this.
Steam plasmas are doing nuclear processes, and here the only one available is molecular nuclear fusion.
In 2001 Prof Zimmerman got me studying the helical turbulence heat exchanger. This does molecular nuclear fusion, as steam flows through the unit. The guy has discovered how to do nuclear fusion on Earth.
In this document most of my references are via web pages. This is because most science documents are put on the web, and the web page reference is the simplest way to give it. Otherwise people would have to Google my references.
[a] In the Earth's atmosphere, there is one 3He atom for every million 4He atoms. However, helium is unusual in that its isotopic abundance varies greatly depending on its origin. In the interstellar medium, the proportion of 3He is around a hundred times higher.
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[b] http://www.climatecooling.org/ With the Sun's face nearly quiet, the monthly patterns over the last 12 months are most similar to those of 1797 preceding the Dalton Minimum of 1798-1823 during the little ice age (Timo Niroma).
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