Tuesday, 28 November 2017

No petrol ever

We use the power of lightening. Every 3 minutes arounf the world havvy rain or snow sets up for a lightening strike
1 H2O+O2+TU+E->He2++O3++3e-
The positive charge collects above the clouds, the negatice charge falls to the ground. A 5,000V, we get a 1.5kn x 2cm lightening bolt. The makes 5 tonnes of He gas, as it releases 2,5x1030W of heat and light. No toxic radioactive waste. The 3He+ is lost to space the same day – from the cloud tops, as the world spins.
So heavy rain or snow does Nuclear Fusion, adding 1040W of power t othe Earth every year. Direct sun light adds 1060.
Plants doing photosynthesis do Molecular Nuclear Fusion
2 mCO2+(n+r)H2O+rO2+UV+TU->(Cm(H2O)n-E)+r(He+O3+E3)
Which makes biology, and not physics, the experts on Nuclear Fusion on Earth. Growing grass does Nuclear Fusion – studying 'fusion' toroses is spurious science.
So we can calculate a 20x1cm steam plasma tube, at 4 atmospheres releases 28.8MW of heat. An automotive thermoelectric generator will produce280kW of DC - we use power electronics to turn into speed linked AC.
The devices to do this are on the internet for $1000. No engine, gear box …, and no petrol. The system uses 3x10-18cc of regular water a year.
So we do nuclear fission:
3 H++e- ->n0 our own strand of neutron star.
4 H++ >2n0 ->E3+L+X-ray X-rays same power as from photosynthesis.
So E3=56kW (Maybe x2)
So we have a little spring filled water reservoir, that is basically still full when we stcrap the car.
A semi truck needs 2x 50x1cm steam plasma tubes – to drive at 100km per hour between cities.
So motoring with no petrol or diesel burn. But photosynthesis on land and seas caps free average CO2 at just 2 parts per million – its pre-industrial level. Static trace gases affect nothing.
SO2 and NOx all capped by photosynthesis: as 20 and 4 parts PER BILLION. Petrol ars produce as much NO/NO2 as diesels – plant fertilizer.

Any person who thinks diesels pollute, so science stupid!   Ford and BMW are looking into thermoelectric generators, to replace an engine.

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