Sunday, 20 December 2015

DOING nuclear fusion on Earth

You already do it! A flourescent light gives off X-rays and visible light. There are onyl two sources, nuclear fission and fusion. There is no source of fission – we are doing nuclear fusion
1 23Na1++n0>23Ne0 half life - 40s
2 23Ne0+n0 ->23F-1
At this stage we start getting nuclear fission, into Be and B. We go down to He, where the nuclear fission releases 50% of its mass as energy.
Just think, this goes on in your kitchen. Now we are at the end game
3 xH++e- ->(1+n)n0 this is where all those neutrons came from.
4 xH++TU+r n0 ->Er3+(r+1)n0+L+Xray
So our fourescent tube releases visible light – only possible with high energy reactions. We do produce heat, nut only about 250oC, which generate infrared light: not visible.
Over time the tube loses weight, until it stops shining. If we topped it up with regular water, it would display run-on, while we augments the water with a miniscule amuont of regular water.
This is actually a neat way to do Molecular Nuclear Fusion. Using no special equip,emt.
5 H++e- ->n0 neutron formation
6 O2-+4 n0 ->H++6e-
7 H++r n0 ->Er3+L+X-ray
There is a limitless pot of research money, to give the world nuclear fusion on Earth. Safe, free, carbon neutral power. Which University is going to do this science first?
A 50x1cm steam plasma tube does Molecular Nuclear Fusion – generating 1.2 MW of heat. Allowing us to generate 3.6 million pounds of electrcity a year.
The natural wordl started cooling in 1995. Phototsynthesis convert the additional 0.0004% of CO2 BACK into active biology. CO2 is a static tracegas in the air, which obviously affects nothing.

The turbulence in a tornado does Molecular Nuclear Fusion – which si why they are so energetic. And give off X-rays.

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Nature does massive amounts of nuclear fusion every day using the turbulent flow of high pressure water or steam! Hence the massive amount of helium gas in the global air.

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