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Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Actually no, I am one of the last people to believe this sort of thing at first glance. What I do tend believe however, is the multiple scientists and other professionals who are verifying and backing this work, especially when a respectable source does a high quality report on it. I have never seen anything that looked so promising out of the near hundreds of threads like this.
Originally posted by TheRedneck
reply to post by boncho
Do you have a link to the patent? I'm assuming there is one, and if so, it will contain a complete description of the process.
Originally posted by zimbakin
IlumInati x bull# = water vapour x [x]-[y]
[x] = nuclear power
[y] = fossil fuels
X-y we still need fossil fuels to dig the uranium, with which to power the energy to boil the water to create the vapour.
Or in Aus, we simply burn the coal to vaporize the water. Check it out.
Nuclear power needed as a cover for nukes. Nuclear fusion research incuded which is why after 50 years we have still not got one watt of power onto the grid from fusion.
ironically enough if you replace "nuclear fusion" with any alternate energy theory and the story is identical. Lots of research, it does work, we have a pilot which works, we need more money for a full production run..........yawn yawn BS.
The ITER fusion reactor itself has been designed to produce 500 megawatts of output power for 50 megawatts of input power, or ten times the amount of energy put in. The machine is expected to demonstrate the principle of getting more energy out of the fusion process than is used to initiate it, something that has not been achieved with previous fusion reactors. Construction of the facility began in 2007, and the first plasma is expected in 2019.
The program is anticipated to last for 30 years – 10 for construction, and 20 of operation. ITER was originally expected to cost approximately €5billion, but the rising price of raw materials and changes to the initial design have seen that amount more than triple to €16billion. The reactor is expected to take 10 years to build with completion scheduled for 2019.[11
The process Lazar described for the alien craft is incredibly similar to the process Andrea Rossi described in a patent for cold fusion only replace the impossible to get element 115 with the ubiquitous nickel. Also note that Blacklight power had ex-milatary on their board early on. They also have scientists with ties to MIT, MIT was claimed to smear Pons and Fleischman when cold fusion went publi