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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 9:05 am 
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Energy in the near future.

Hi,
Because I don't have (use) any other social media streams then a few forums, I find this still too important to not being announced. It gave me quit a bit hope, maybe for you too.
So I use this forum once for such important thing for all of us : "Energy in the near future."
Before stupid decisions would be made (by...) on how to provide people energy in the future they should take a look at these wonderboy products.

https://www.ted.com/talks/taylor_wilson ... anguage=nl

It is translated in 22 languages, so that guy is not a stupid kid...

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 10:07 am 
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Hi Joris This is the young man whom was studying Nuclear Energy & Reactors as a young teenager. As soon as I had seen a 5 second clip I recogninized him, maybe a lot of the young teens around the world know whom he is,this could be a start of something and maybe the right person to push Thorium Reactors as the future to the next generation. :)

I dont like the fact his Reactor would burn the huge stockpile of buired Uranium ect. Only because WOW what an excuse for the M.I.C warmongers :(

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Currently I don't have time to discuss about this in depth. Anyway, I want to write a short comment on this.

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Energy in the near future.

Hi,
Because I don't have (use) any other social media streams then a few forums, I find this still too important to not being announced. It gave me quit a bit hope, maybe for you too.
So I use this forum once for such important thing for all of us : "Energy in the near future."
Before stupid decisions would be made (by...) on how to provide people energy in the future they should take a look at these wonderboy products.

https://www.ted.com/talks/taylor_wilson ... anguage=nl


I read the German translation and must say, it's written like a mediocre essay by a pupil who, in his youthful recklessness, believes he has understood the whole world.
Any kind of nuclear fission is certainly not an environmentally friendly solution of energy problems.

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It is translated in 22 languages, so that guy is not a stupid kid...

So what? You obviously have no idea how much nonsense has been translated into even more languages. :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 4:15 pm 
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Little John wrote:
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It is translated in 22 languages, so that guy is not a stupid kid...

So what? You obviously have no idea how much nonsense has been translated into even more languages. :mrgreen:
What's your problem man ?
There is no translation in PureBasic, not my fault !

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Joris wrote:
Little John wrote:
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It is translated in 22 languages, so that guy is not a stupid kid...

So what? You obviously have no idea how much nonsense has been translated into even more languages. :mrgreen:
What's your problem man ?

Are you standing in front of a mirror, asking this yourself?
I was just trying to explain to you that the number of languages a text has been translated into does not necessarily depend on its quality.

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There is no translation in PureBasic, not my fault !

What has this got to do with PureBasic? Nothing.

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 5:03 pm 
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Zebuddi123 wrote:
...I dont like the fact his Reactor would burn the huge stockpile of buired Uranium ect.
"He temporarily left his research on the fusion reactor and designed a variation of a compact molten salt reactor that
he says would supply about 50 MW and would need refueling only once every 30 years.
According to Wilson, because much of the reactor would be buried and its uranium would not be weapons-grade, it is less vulnerable either to terrorist attack or misuse."

More here too :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taylor_Wilson

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 7:54 pm 
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Friends !


I use 0.6KWh per day.
I use 3 liters of water per day.
I am testing stand-alone eco-system in a big bubble.
My distance job is 25 kilometers. No oil, just my legs. Excepted when I am physically hurt : no animals food. Just indian soja to protein ratio, milk and eggs for B12 vitamin.

I use 200ml of butan per months. But if I had a garden or a field : zero. I tested auto cigarette starter with the energy of my legs converted to electricity : why such a simple tool is not just sold in supermarket ???

In this world, less you do of problems, more you are forgotten and neglected. You don't hear birds anymore just some hahahas...

For nuclear future, just Lithium and Bore are required. It is the most lightable and ecologic atom merging.

These two elements are everywhere. Bore, more rare is on Turkey (1/3 of the earth stock). I wrote this ten years ago on the french forum. And did not imagine Russia took again a neighbour area !!! (which belonged to it in the past, i.e. Yalta conference)

Just make a blend of two effective tools : particle accelerator and z-machine.

Do not worry when we will need of an exaton bomb to destroy an asteroïd, we will have less than one week to make it !!!

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PostPosted: Wed May 22, 2019 4:49 pm 
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I just heard in the sun, a one centimeter cube produces less than 0,000 3 Watts !!

Certainly a mean which hides minimum producing in the surface, and maximum producing in the center of the sun.

Edit : 0.0003 W is the value that the sun produces meanly only for thermonuclear fusion in every centimeter cube.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 03, 2019 11:28 pm 
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Maybe this link is already given on this forum : https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_fusionHere is a priori an example for (H)+(H)+(H)+(H) fusion.

Note that is different from my previous message.


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If we take a focus on this equation : (H) + (H) + (H) + (H) => fusion => (He)

We can see this fusion is produced in two steps :
(H) + (H) => (D)
(D) + (D) => (He)

H is hydrogen
D is deuterium
He is helium

It seems that deuterium fusion to helium could be done "easily".

But the first step : (H) + (H) to (D) fusion is an other affair.
This fusion requires lots of energy, more than others complete fusions as the one between Lithium and Bore.

If anybody has datas or details, it could be cool to share. We have 3D lib which can illustrate very easily this physical event.

I do not know what this young student did exactly, which resulting matter (deuterium or helium?) from what (hydrogen or deuterium?). But I do not think this is a mistake for long time preview.


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Olliv wrote:
It seems that deuterium fusion to helium could be done "easily".

But the first step : (H) + (H) to (D) fusion is an other affair.
This fusion requires lots of energy, more than others complete fusions as the one between Lithium and Bore.

If anybody has datas or details, it could be cool to share. We have 3D lib which can illustrate very easily this physical event.

I do not know what this young student did exactly, which resulting matter (deuterium or helium?) from what (hydrogen or deuterium?).

This guy was talking about nuclear fission, not nuclear fusion!

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You can be sure there will be a big problem : I cannot find a good web page about him...


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Ok... I thank then it was the fusion effect... Excuse me.

I imagine the problem is which matter could be do the affair.

Fission is "dirty". You break a nuclear core : energies created by this breaking has not focus : all directions.

To find an atom which has a clean transition and clean "reactives" (final products), and to find a geographical source, it will be harder than fusion

Fusion is just the result of the precision of a LASER which opens the way of a proton which will kiss an other proton.

Mass scale and the thermo-mecanic converter are forgotten here, I am sorry. But, fusion is "normally" clean.
Fission is normally breaking. A broken atom is generally not clean, however there is exceptions : good fission and bad fusions.

But when we have a problem with fission : it is very dirty.
If we have a problem with fusion, no problem of toxic dust : the alone problem created by fusion is an unmanageable black hole which attracts everything.


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