6 kW Personal Fusion Reactor for $1799 or How to end World’s energy crisis
What’s wrong with today’s sources of energy? Well, recent protests in Paris where thousands of people gathered together in the center of the city due to the high fuel price. Endless wars for oil fields and political pressure from natural gas exporters. Oil spills into oceans. High CO2 emissions into the atmosphere from our vehicles, even if you don’t believe in global warming theory, you can’t ignore these facts on high air pollution in cities like Delhi or Beijing.
The problem is clear, but to get a full understanding of the solution we have to break the problem down into molecules. In the literal and figurative sense.
2. Who owns your energy?
There is a lot of energy sources in modern days: oil, coal, natural gas, solar, wind, nuclear, geothermal etc. But we, end users, do not store mountains of coal and nuclear waste in our homes or oil barrels in our cars. I assume that 99% of people reading this have never touched crude oil.
In our homes or offices, we plug in laptops and smartphones into walls and refueling cars on gas stations.
So the real sources of energy, without which we can not imagine our daily life with our products such as electronics (laptops, smartphones etc) and vehicles (cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles), are Electricity and Gas.
The fact is you own your smartphone, a laptop, a car, but the energy required to run your devices (electricity and gas) produced and controlled by governments one way or another.
To put it simply: we own energy-consuming products but do not own products that produce energy.
Don’t get me wrong — the government is good when you need a breakthrough technologies, like sending a human into space, building roads, infrastructure or developing the Internet. But when you need a beautiful iPhone in your hand or Tesla Model X — private companies make products better than the state owns.
Of course, there is always BUT: Solar panels.
BUT, let’s be honest, for the average U.S household system size of 6 kilowatts (6,000 watts), the average gross solar panel cost is $18,840. Which is huge for the most part of the population. This is a good temporary system on the road to transition from fossil fuels era to the renewable energy era, but that’s not a solution. Main problems of the solar: cost, days without sun. Cloudy days and night can be resolved with battery packs, but this only increases the first problem — the cost.
$18,840 per household for an off-grid source of energy is as absurd as having a laptop for $18,840 instead of $1799
Portable Nuclear Fusion Reactor.
To date, Fusion Power is the cleanest (non-toxic waste), reliable (simple to control nuclear power), cheap (about 3 cents per kilowatt-hour), safe with unlimited fuel (energy supply using no other energy sources in the process) source of energy known to humans.
The main problem with Nuclear Fusion is not the technology itself, like major public including scientists may think but the size.
Different private companies and governments working on Nuclear Fusion reactors:
a) ITER or International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor. The biggest one in the World.
b) Tokamak Energy’s ST40 reactor. Room size
c) Applied Fusion. Room size
4. Why the size matter?
A few reasons:
- lower cost for Research & Development. $20,160,000 estimated investments compare to the claimed $22 b for ITER;
- easy and rapid prototyping. Using fewer materials, especially new ones, like Graphene;
- in case of success 2–3 years to mass production deployment. 1,5–2 million units annually;
- lower cost for the end user. 6 kW system for $1799
5. How is it possible to put The Sun (yes, we see Organic Fusion Reactor every day) into the Box?
The underlying principle of every single object in the universe, including such simple thing as a metal fork on the table, is a force which attracts and holds atoms of metal together.
In a recent research of Graphene properties, Ph.D. Nai-Chang Yeh from CALTECH discovered next “The magnetic fields are so strong, as you can see here, the picture shows — the blue color indicates negative magnetic fields, red color indicates positive magnetic fields, and they are as high as several hundred teslas, much higher than most fields you can produce in any laboratory on earth.”
So. The only thing we have to do next is to follow the instruction “How step by step.
Quote #2 “A localized magnetic field exerts a force on the plasma, effectively increasing the pressure without a comparable gain in density.”
In English: Magnetic field -> Motion -> Heat -> Pressure-> Repeat
(“->” meaning “creates”)
The fuel? Even bananas or soda drink.
Once you have a strong organic magnetic field, the rest is the history.
6. What to do next:
If you a scientist in nano-materials, physicist or genius in any related field who want to participate in the project— drop me a line. I have resources. If there is something I don’t have — I’ll find it. We starting in 2019.
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