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Offline antimony

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Artificial mini sun for energy generation
« on: December 20, 2017, 09:31:23 AM »
Hi, i was talking yesterday with a lady that is with the Safire Project, that is a project that is researching our sun and the universe out of a electric universe theory perspective.
I asked her if it was (in her opinion) that if it would be possible to create a small electric plasma sun and use it for energy generation, and she told me that i should "stay tuned for their new findings that they will publish shortly, and that the findings that they have recorded  "were along the lines"  of what i had asked for.

So, here is a link to the Safire  project page.
http://safireproject.com/

And here is another video with Monty Childs, that is the Project Director on the Safire project, and he is speaking about what they have found, and what they can share with the public.
The whole video is very interesting, but it gets the most interesting around after 7 minutes.
It is packed with good stuff so i don´t know at what moment to pick, so i would recommend listening to the whole thing. :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtDGpwq2MIs

He is saying in the video that they had 1800w at the input, and they recorded very short pulses (solar wind?) of around 2 000 000w, up to 10 000 000w that lasted around 50-150 nano seconds.
My thinking is that when this is further researched, and possibly made stable, we may be able to collect these high power pulses. Wouldn´t that be a viable alternative energy source, right?

Here is another video that is a little bit longer, by Monty Childs from 2016 where he is talking more about the project, and the hardware that they are using in more detail.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K_GBBspZjs&t=1659s

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So i wanted to ask you guys what are your thoughts on this subject that i have brought up, and i hope that it is going to maybe start a sort of discussion on it, if somebody is intrested.

So my question is: Do you think it is possible to create a small artificial sun, or solar system, here on earth, and using it as an alternative energy soure?

Ps. I am not a scientist, and i am not capable to claim that that the EU theory is 100% correct, but i am surely leaning towards it.

Thanks in advance.   /F.

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Offline e2matrix

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Re: Artificial mini sun for energy generation
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2017, 05:08:10 PM »
Isn't that what they are doing here:  https://brilliantlightpower.com/   formerly blacklightpower.com   The main scientist in this has been at it for many years.   Sounds very similar at least.

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Re: Artificial mini sun for energy generation
« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2017, 08:27:34 PM »
The light power folks are using high-temperature photonic emissions
They call it an “artificial sun”, however it’s not at all what they have.


A true artificial sun would initiate nuclear reactions, with electricity.
While this is not outside the realm of possibility, we are limited by the fuel.
Most fuels require more input to catalyze the reaction, than we would get out.


The process in general takes place in the 1-2Mv range
and is a function of the electrothermal impedance of the material.


The short description is that Resistance holds an inverse proportionality to  Voltage
And a direct proportionality to Temperature.
We can’t supercool our artificial sun, or we break down the reaction
and at some higher temperature, electrical resistance approaches the countably infinite.


There is a balance somewhere between the two extremes
When electricity is high enough for the reaction, and temperature is not so high that current stops.
In this Goldilocks zone, fusion can take place.


The simplest form is heavy hydrogen fusing to form helium.




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Re: Artificial mini sun for energy generation
« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2017, 11:36:11 PM »
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Re: Artificial mini sun for energy generation
« Reply #4 on: December 21, 2017, 01:00:57 AM »
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Re: Artificial mini sun for energy generation
« Reply #5 on: December 21, 2017, 07:16:23 AM »
snip...
The short description is that Resistance holds an inverse proportionality to  Voltage
And a direct proportionality to Temperature.
snip...
That's true for a solid conductor, but I'm unsure if the rules of engagement are as simply defined in a low pressure plasma, like the extra-solar environment within the galactic arm that our sun moves in. Or for that matter the intra-solar plasma environment that all the planets, including earth, move within.

Not being a plasma physicist myself, it's good to know what actual physicists might say on the subject.  :)

Cheers.

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Re: Artificial mini sun for energy generation
« Reply #6 on: December 21, 2017, 02:32:24 PM »
In the low-mass environment of space, thermal conduction is constrained.
Temperatures will remain low, and electrical conduction is defined by the
permittivity constant: 8.84 (x10^-12)m^-3kg^-1s^2A^2
The units can also be reduced to Ferads per meter
Which is a 1-dimensional aspect, that has to be taken from
every vector.




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Re: Artificial mini sun for energy generation
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