Sunday, 20 July 2014

The climate is nature

20 July 2014
Nature does nuclear fusion from the flow of high pressure water or steam
Water will drive a diesel engine Power with no carbon!
                Since nuclear power first though of man made global warming, he was so proud of itself it never asked ‘is is biologically possible?’.
                Every day photosynthesis around the world scavenges carbon dioxide from the air down to only two parts per million.  Its preindustrial level!
                So burning the fossil fuels has increased more life on earth!  It is so no affect on the global average trace of carbon dioxide left in the air by photosynthesis: the major life support system there goes on over 99.8% of the earth’s land and sea surfaces.
                The only time natural carbon dioxide levels can rise, is during an ice age!  During a warm interglacial periods photosynthesis free carbon dioxide in the air.
                Every biological organism on earth does nuclear fusion!  Which is why they produce helium, free radical oxygen and X rays!
1              H2O+T->He2++O2-+E2+gwr
                Down to -20° C in arctic fish!  Heavy rain also does it.  Which is why heavy rain warms the air, produces ozone (and helium) and emits X rays.  gwr= high frequency X rays.
                Well we get a potential charge of 5000 volts we get a lightening down strike!  As the partial steam plasma links up electron holes from the cloud tops (where the charged Alpha particles collect) and the ground-the clouds the negative charge.
                This releases 2.5x1030 Watts of energy.  It fixes the organic nitrogen which fertilise is plant life.  The plant life the Carbon dioxide levels.  The air your breathing out contains 5.125 parts per million helium gas.  Which is lost to space within 24 hours.
                This tells us that the nuclear fusion on earth produces 1040 Watts of clean, safe, free power every year.  We can years a steam plasma tube to replace or eight rows of gas burners.
                Or oil and gas burning is stratospherically overpriced.  Nuclear fission from uranium is dearer and uses toxic waste which remains lethal for 100,000 years.  The cost of storing that waste is going to need 20 times as large as generating electricity.

Jonathan Thomason

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