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The Real Chris
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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2006 3:00 am    Post subject: Re: electromagnetic gas-particle fusion at low temprature Reply with quote

Harry, a method similar to this has been used to start a thermonuclear
explosion. (The electrically ignighted hydrogen bomb that only costs $10 to
destroy a city) It has always been known. The method I used is similar
except the reaction is sustained by the use of a tuned circuit.

In mine the current of the spark is driven by induction.

I worked on just that at "Aldermanston" UK the Atomic Weapons research
place, somewhere near Reading UK. I might not be able to find it now, like
GCHQ.

Sounds as though Zeno might do well by looking at my web page where my
primitive experiments are descibed, I remember ignition required about the
current you mention, but my first test used a 12 V car battery at 300 A.

http://www.newelectricity.co.uk

At Aldermanston I used a Fluke HT power supply and a loop of wire round a
little tube of gas (neon) and used a photocell to estimate the temperature.

As a joke I say my nuclear hand grenade that required a pp9 was rejected
because the battery went flat in storage, the modern lithium cell has a 6
year shelf life so is acceptable.

I have been informed that the Pakistani Army has them deployed. The use of
large weapon carrying machines such as tanks, big ships like destroyers, is
coming to an end because of there ease of destruction by hand held nuclear
weapons.

These nuclear explosives are not radioactive.

However the most useful outcome would be a domestic power unit for each one
of us and the nuclear fusion powered car.

The last one I made was stable but generated milliwatts. The latest unit
sits on the shelf awaiting fuel.

A major power unit requires a very powerful stabilising circuit, I used a
shunt controlled by the voltage of the oscillations so that the peak was
limited to a safe level.

It is not fail safe and since failure of the limiter may cause a small
explosion (small because of the limited quantity of fuel) but there is an
intense radiation (neutron) release if the containment fails, this is
lethal, it is also very hot.

I repeat that several people have been killed by the two fatal explosions we
had.

I think I was given medication to keep me quiet since I wanted to sell the
engine commercially, it was going up for sale in 1967 as a small domestic
unit. The dangerous nature of the prospect of every home with its own
atomic bomb cause such a scare that I was eliminated. In fact the danger is
exaggerated because a simple shield to contain the mini atomic exposion is
all that is needed.

My friend Maia Beloscar was researching these plasma engines in a unit known
as a "Thermonuclear research unit" of which she was the director. The police
quickly recognised it as a bomb factory (correctly) and she was
institutionalised. Her intention was to make power units but thought bombs
might make more profit. However Maia was ignorant of the fuel of the
hydrogen bomb and was successfully decieved into ordering the completely
wrong materials and her ignorance of chemistry made it possible to get her a
ton of "high explosive" that was actually completely harmless aluminium
sulphate. The police and the psychiatric service seemed equally ignorant.

Another friend was much more succesful, he was a business man whom I
approached regarding the engine but he turned out to be an el-quadar member
as were many of the students I talked to at the university where I worked,
and turned his knowlege into a bomb factory in his computer shop, locally
with his main assembly factory as an industrial unit on a local industrial
estate. Not far from the unit that Maia set up. His knowlege was limited to
grade 5 chemistry and instead of lithium hydride he used lithium hydroxide
that did in fact do just as well and lithium metal was used as the main
fuel. I was a little surprised that it even slightly worked but like all
amateur bomb makers his first test was on an empty british tank at an army
base with the brass watching. It was amazing to see how this acorn sized
granade completely vapourised a tank with just a white flash with an red
neon after glow, I think.

I found out when I went to his computer shop in the next town to fix the
computer he made for me and arrived in the middle of a conference of moslem
terrorists sprouting hand guns, one was just back from his london bus bomb
that failed to explode, he fixed my computer.

I was introduced to the mini atomic production unit which he did part time
and put a little dab of lithium hydroxide in his fused sized glass tube
detonators containing hydrogen with the little 5 turn coil to take the
current to generate the induced spark in the hydrrogen. This ignition lit
the lithium hydroxide that ignited the lithium pellet that had a hole to
take the detonator. He just showed me. I think the design came from
scientists in pakistan. The shell was brightly coloured plastic, blue or
red, and there was a magnetic stripe around them to stick thething to a
tank.

The current was gererated by a flash gun mechanism with a current
transformer to convert the high impedance electrical power to the low
impendace required for the spark.

I believe the current was 1000 amps for a very short time like 1/1000 sec.
That was sufficient.

I was only intersted in making a power unit to generate electrical energy
for domestic and commercial purposes for personal profit.

Sorry.

The MOD knew first.

I believe the French had all this technology in around 1970.

Chris.

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I think your answers would be better received had you ever demonstrated
your reults.

Harry C.
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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2006 7:55 pm    Post subject: Re: electromagnetic gas-particle fusion at low temprature Reply with quote

I think your answers would be better received had you ever demonstrated
your reults.

Harry C.
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Zeno
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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2006 9:37 pm    Post subject: Re: electromagnetic gas-particle fusion at low temprature Reply with quote

Hi Chris,

Thanks for the grats, I didn't expect anyone to really cheer at my
descovery.

It's not difficult to capture the energy. All you need is a few copper
coils outside the exploding white light and you have a current running
through the wire and into capacitors and circuitry and into bateries to
store the energy for the next controlled explosion and the rest of the
energy you use by tapping the copper circuit and into some transformers
to take it down to something you can use. You can't do much with
1000volts on 600amps, you have to convert it down to something you can
use.

You asked "...how do you test your hypothesis that fusion has taken
place."...
My answer would be this; I take ionized gas, I push it into a metal
tube, I push X number of amps through an anode and cathode that causes
a spark (just like a spark plug) and the gas that gets hit by the spark
gets pulled to each other and they fuse, generating a very bright white
light. I have then copper coils around this tube that absorbs the
magnetic fields that get expelled because of the magnetized gas that
explodes and gets displaced inside the tube.

If that answers your question, I am happy to answer some more.

I was thinking of combining Hydrogen with Helium and test it that way
as those two gasses are much more obtainable and cheaper than combining
5 types of gasses.


Best Regards,
Zeno.


The Real Chris wrote:
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Looks as though you have done it! Congratulations now find a way to obtain
electrical power from the fusion reaction.

By the way how do you test your hypothesis that fusion has taken place.

If you start with hydrogen or deuterium and find some helium after the
reaction then that supports the hypothesis.

Chris
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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2006 8:13 pm    Post subject: Re: electromagnetic gas-particle fusion at low temprature Reply with quote

Looks as though you have done it! Congratulations now find a way to obtain
electrical power from the fusion reaction.

By the way how do you test your hypothesis that fusion has taken place.

If you start with hydrogen or deuterium and find some helium after the
reaction then that supports the hypothesis.

Chris

"Zeno" <greenrayder@gmail.com> wrote in message
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I hope there are some scientists on this board that can answer a few
questions I have.


1. Why is magnetized gas particles able to fuse under a high
amperage
spark between an anode and cathode under presure, and cause an
explosion
of energy ?

2. I'll have more questions on the way.... but please answer the
first one
with some mathimatical proof if you please.

Ohh, and btw, I'm using 5 types of gas in the fusion process, all of
which
are put through a magnetization process.

I'm not a mathematical expert; I only know about fusion through
research and experience. I need to know the "why?" question, for why
does a certain thing happen with "that" gas.


Best Regards,
Zeno.
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Zeno
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PostPosted: Thu May 11, 2006 11:54 am    Post subject: electromagnetic gas-particle fusion at low temprature Reply with quote

I hope there are some scientists on this board that can answer a few
questions I have.


1. Why is magnetized gas particles able to fuse under a high
amperage
spark between an anode and cathode under presure, and cause an
explosion
of energy ?

2. I'll have more questions on the way.... but please answer the
first one
with some mathimatical proof if you please.

Ohh, and btw, I'm using 5 types of gas in the fusion process, all of
which
are put through a magnetization process.

I'm not a mathematical expert; I only know about fusion through
research and experience. I need to know the "why?" question, for why
does a certain thing happen with "that" gas.


Best Regards,
Zeno.
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