Tag Archives: Fusion

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Dennis Bushnell on Space Exploration

Dr. Dennis Bushnell, Chief Scientist at NASA Langley Research Center, joins us to discuss the scientific and technical challenges faced by NASA in planning future manned missions to Mars and beyond. He describes the National Space Exploration Vision, which cites…

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It’s Not HHO: Cold Fusion & The Papp Engine

Mark Hugo demonstrates how HHO may be a nuclear process involving cold fusion, and what it means for the Papp Engine. After modifying a Buick Park Avenue sedan to run on an HHO (Brown’s Gas) and gasoline mixture, he found…

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Mark Hugo on Cold Fusion

Nuclear engineer Mark Hugo describes the work of Dr. Richard A. Oriani in providing validation for cold fusion experiments through the use of CR-39 radiation detectors, which Oriani utilized to measure alpha particle generation inside a cold fusion electrolytic cell….

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Moray King on Water Fuel Zero-Point Energy

Moray King proposes zero-point energy as an explanation for anomalous events in Joe-Cell water fuel electrolyzers and potentially LENR “Bubble Fusion” cells. According to King, collapsing bubbles on the nanometer scale create pressures in excess of 300,000 PSI, and the…

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Ruggero Santilli on Fusion and Nucleosynthesis

Physicist Dr. Ruggero Santilli joins us to discuss Neutron Synthesis in the lab – a validation of Rutherford’s model of the Neutron as a “compressed hydrogen atom”. Santilli discusses a derivative model of physics in which the neutron that leads…

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Pharis Williams on Gravity Control & Clean Fusion

Professor Pharis Williams explores gravity-control, scalar-mechanics, and a novel form of fusion generator capable of revolutionizing micro-nuclear power-generation. Ever wish that you had your own personal fusion reactor? Williams’ proposes a novel type of aneutronic fusion, making it safe, clean, and potentially a…

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Robert Baker on HFGW Fusion Energy

Dr. Robert Baker, Jr. presents a new concept for generating nuclear fusion through the application of focused High-Frequency Gravitational Waves in liquids, gases, and solids. Baker postulates that if the efficient generation of HFGW can be technically achieved, the proposed…

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Arie DeGeus on Fusion & Zero-Point Energy

We’re joined by Arie DeGues, an independent inventor, scientist, and theoretician who’s not only rewritten the book on nuclear & particle physics, but has also used his theory’s predictive powers to build a startling array of breakthrough energy technologies, including…

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Space Nuclear RTS Stirling Generator

We examine a space nuclear Radioisotope Thermoelectric Stirling (RTS) generator on display at the STAIF Conference. RTS generators are a new breed of space nuclear power supply that use radioactive decay to heat water, which in turn powers a free-piston…

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Space Nuclear RTG Generator

A Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator (RTG) is a display model by Lockheed Martin at the STAIF Conference. This model device was employed on a number of unmanned space missions, including the Cassini and Huygens probes, Space nuclear RTG generators are commonly…

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