In lightening nature provides a massive free energy system! It gives out light – just like the sun
1 H2O+T ->He2++O2-+L+E2+X-ray
There is no chemical source of visible light, X-rays or helium. Heavy rain does 1 – which is why rain warms the air, and sets up the electricity necessary for lightening strikes.
The positive charge collects above the clouds, the negative falls to the ground. And we have all felt the heat, electricity and pay even have seen the light flashes that go with heavy rain! That gives they ghostly unreal atmosphere that goes with heavy rain.
At 5,000 V, a partial steam plasma links up electron holes, and it arcs across the sky. When it touches down, we get the up rush of 100 amps of charge electrons. That produces 5 tonnes of helium nuclei – as it does molecular nuclear fusion. The free energy system of nature.
In a glass tube we get different reactions!
2 H++e- ->n0 first the hydrogen nuclei link up with free electrons in the steam plasma. To form neutrons
3 H++r n0 ->Er3+L+Xray neutrons unwind the matter into massive energy, with some visible light and X-rays
4 16O2-+s n0 ->161H++4e- the neutrons interact with the oxygen ions, to cause repeated nuclear fission, ending up in hydrogens. The neutrons make each of the fission actions exothermic.
I told Sheffield University this in 2001, and they ended my PhD in blind panic. The department now does journalism, and the 8 professors have vanished!
So never got to fire up a steam plasma. The relativistic energy conversions suggest we will get 11.6 MW/m. This is maybe too much energy! So we may introduce some N gas to damp it down to a more manageable 5.8 MW/m.
So if we fire up a steam plasma tube as it sits in the water, it will replace missing sunlight. We will get some light, but more importantly, massive heat. A steam plasma tube will only need to consume 0.84cc of regular water a year.
We site these on holes we have mild into the surface of the permafrost in Siberia. The plasma tube is weighted down, but connected to floats. So it melts its way down, until it sits on the river bottom!
But we can easily fish the tube out, if any maintenance work is required! Can't see why. It sits there warming the rivers. Rather than permafrost, we will get bubbles of steam rising! The whole of Siberia will be covered by warm mist.
Moe importantly, the rivers will never freeze over. We do not need ice breakers, he ship will be able to travel the length of Siberia all year.
Over the land we erect grids of 50x1cm steam plasma bites: That only release 1.2 MW on heat. Into the air. Along with UV light.
Plants will love it! They can grow all year. The great global shortage will be available CO2 to support plant growth. We no longer have 6 months of dark! During those periods, our steam plasma tubes will replace direct sun light.