Little life on Earth uses the sulphur circuit – as H2S and sulphuric acid are difficult to manage.
So we convert H2O into He, O,X-rays and E Then life found the carbon circuit was a better way to do Molecular Nuclear Fusion
3 CO2+H2O ->H2CO3 carbolic acid
So all CO2 is dissolved into water, down to 2 parts per million. This limit is imposed by photosynthesis. In the Jurassic it was 4ppm, and there was 65% more life on Earth. And there were 3 natural ice-ages, when free CO2 in the global air spiked at 8ppm. Data from Sheffield university – using mineral analysis and radioactive phosphorus dating. As carbon dating is only good for 5,000 years.
4 mH2CO3+(n-r-m)H2O+Tu+UV->Cm(H2O)n+r(He+O+E2+X-ray+L) n=m+2
So every plant on Earth does biological Molecular Nuclear Fusion – down to -20oC. And biologists have written papers about the X-ray emission of photosynthesis in the light. Plants emit faint blue light.
Oblivious to the fact that X-ray can only be emitted by nuclear fusion and fission: and biology does not do nuclear fission – as it is toxic to life.
And physics has persuaded people that there is a build up of CO2 in the air. Not on Earth. As within 5 minutes, algae and plants convert it back into biomass – excreting the O gas. The biggest pollutant in Earth history.
As physics realises this is its big chance. So has got 100 billion a year for the Great Hadron Collider – that will not do nuclear fusion – as Dr Z told me 2001.
A 50x1cm steam plasma tube will generate a constant 1.2 MW.
5 H++e- ->n0 hydrogen ions are converted into neutrons
6 16O2-+4n0 ->8H++6e- fission the O ions into Hs
7 1H++r n0 ->Er3+L+X-ray effectively limitless safe, free carbon neutral power.
We generate no radioactive waste. Totally clean power.
Jet engines do Molecular Nuclear Fusion
8 CmHn+pO2 ->mCO2+r(He+O+En3)
This is why they generate so much heat and thrust. If we have a circle of venturi novels on the jet exhaust, we can increase the thrust by a factor of 10. No other modifications. 30 minutes during regular maintenance.
I experienced the release of X-rays from a steam turbine, on a works visit to NEI Parson, with Sheffield University in 1983.