Every 3 minutes around the Earth there is a lightening strike. A lightening down strike is a 1.5 km partial steam plasma. Heavy rain uses rain drop truculence to do Molecular Nuclear Fusion
1 H2O+TU ->He2++O2-+E2+X-ray
The positive charge collects above the cloud layers, and the negative charge falls to the ground. When we have a potential of 5,000 V, we get out lightening down strike. When it touches down, we get the up rush of 100 amps of electrical charge.
This makes 5 tonne of helium.
2 H2O+TU+e- ->He2++O-+E2+X-ray
There is no chemical source of X-rays, and no source of nuclear fission. So we are doing nuclear fusion.
Scalig this down a 25x1cm steam plasma will do in excess of 300 kW of heat generation from Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
We immerse this is a water bath, and drive a small turbine. And generate is excess of 30 kW – a small helicopter only requires 25 kW. So when not driving, we connect up to the mains, and meter the power we give the grid.
At the end of the month we utility company sends us a cheque. We should be selling 1.7 Mwhrs to the grid. So we should get around 8,400 UK pounds a month.
We burn no Fossil Fuels, and release no CO2. We buy no petrol or diesel.
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