Fusion Battery

Using the phenomena of excess heat from the presence of D2O in carbon nanotubes I aim to make a forever battery.

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If the excess heat from the fusion of D2O in carbon nanotubes turns out to be real I plan to make a battery utilizing peltiers and a temperature differential or monotherms.

A piezo driven with an ultrasonic frequency should increase the rate of reactions. I will be testing this on the other build as well.

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Based on this patent I intend to increase the amount of heat generated in the energetic particle synthesis by using nitrogen doped nano-nickel decorated multiwalled carbon nanotubes.

Utilizing piezoelectric discs to pump vibrational energy into the cell in intervals I hope to achieve latent heat that can be converted to current utilizing monotherms or peltier devices.

Monotherms can be seen here, I am not sure if they are just galvanic cells that are running off of latent moisture in the atmosphere or what but I will try anyway.

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  • A plausibility

    MECHANICUS04/26/2016 at 03:19 0 comments

    A new study on super confined water may mean deuterium is not required. My original thoughts on the subject matter was nearly this. If two hydrogen atoms condense at the same spot as the quantum waveform collapses a fusion event may occur.

    This occurs as water trapped between layers of the crystalline lattice of graphite behaves in a completely non Newtonian manner. This could become a legitimate explanation for the observed phenomenon of evolution of helium in these systems.

    The question remains if five membered rings including nitrogen will cause an increase in this type of behavior.

    Or I could just be a complete idiot and not understand anything, let me know in the comments below.

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Dr. Cockroach wrote 01/03/2017 at 12:03 point

All options need to be looked into. I have a small Bedini energizer that outputs more jewels than I put in so never say never. The energy is out there, it's just taping into it that takes time to figure out.

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MECHANICUS wrote 04/25/2016 at 07:00 point

In b4 someone else flames me, yes I know I am an idiot cold fusion is a lie, and monotherms violate the second law.

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