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Imagine that you have built an electrical circuit that could handle 8000 amperes at 980+ volts.
Imagine the kind of things that can happen when you switch it on.
Imagine the kind of readings on your instruments, even the so-called shielded elements like the 2 neutron detectors managed to pick up the primary waveform.
Thins nothing less than i expected. My fusion experiments will be duly reported, probably on this thread, since it is the most relevant.
originally posted by: playswithmachines
a reply to: highvein
It is close to the Hutchison effect, i still communicate with him via a 3rd party,
Well yes thats the way these things often work.
This means shutting the reactor down in around 80 nanoseconds.
Hence the title of this monologue / thread.
That is easily done.
And that means we can use fusion reactors, very safely. on this planet.
Certainly better than fossil fuels, nuclear, wind, solar, sea.
Puff forget it.
Imagine ONE BUCKET of seawater. It can power New York, or London, for a month.
I know this to be true, and i hope to present more info to you peeps shortly.
But yes, 80 nanoseconds is my fastest reaction time for a reactor shutdown, before it goes 'critical' as they say/
I work in very small reactions, even so, a mistake could wipe out the street, or even the town where i live.
So lets play it safe, report the experiments, and try to stay alive and not burn down my house.
yet i can still find no reason that my arguments are valid