Jonathan Thomason 117 Merchant’s Quay, Salford Quays, M50 3XQ
I like turbine fusion, as I experienced it at first hand in 1983: Though I did not think of molecular nuclear fusion until 2003.
Ti turbines do molecular nuclear fusion on Earth today! It is how we fly our planes or generate our power.
Using water to input steam into a jet engine, will increase its power by a factor of 4.
If we use ceramic blades with a layer of TiO on, we will increase our power production by a factor of 5! We can run the boiler room as a Windermere kettle, and use steam plasma tubes to super heat our steam to over 2,000C.
So massive power, with no CO2.
In the boiler room, the boiling molecular nuclear fusion produces slightly heavy steam. But in the turbine hall, the massive amounts of turbulence and FCC fusion we do, maens the radiation will go up by a factor of 200!
And this is so easy to confirm, then we spend the next century researching molecular nuclear fusion.
Simples. As I have outli9ned of late, molecular nuclear fusion goes on in magma chambers, and in lake Vostock. Which is why the latter has not freozen over.