A 50x1cm steam plasma tube at 4 atmospheres at 4 atmospheres generates a constant 1.2 MW of heat. We can use this as a heat source for a mains generator http://www.depco.com/generator-sets/atlascopco-johndeere4045hf285-72kw-generator-set-item-13372/.
We are going to get 72kW – enough for 9 houses – from regulator water.
1 H2O+TU->E2+L+X-ray TU=plasma turbulence. E2=3x1029W per H fission
The plasma crushes hydrogen ions and free electrons, into neutrons – our own strand of neutrons star. These cause oxygen ions to fission into 8 hydrogens, and 6 electrons.
And then these hydrogens end up as heat, light and X-rays. The fission heat of hydrogen gets soaked up, in the energy taken in to fission oxygen ions.
So lightening does Molecular Nuclear Fusion – half the energy of H fission
2 H2+TU->E22+L+X-ray E22=2.4MW from a 50x1cm H plasma tube
So if we do the electrolysis of water, we can vent the O, and just use the H gas, and get 142kW. An annual income of 1.26million a year. A lie time salary in 3 years.
Power that pays – with no CO2 or radioactive waste. From high school physics.
So a steam plasma doe Molecular Nuclear Fusion – what are university PhD students studying? My thanks to Sheffield University for telling me about H fusion in 2001.