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Quantum Fusion   2/28/2008 7:24:03 PM
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BTW the home page is www.profusionenergy.com

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Quantum Fusion   2/28/2008 7:21:39 PM
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Profusion Energy probably has a solution to the fusion problem. The work at Profusion Energy has produced a method of driving weak nuclear interactions. That?s nice, who cares? You do. By driving a weak nuclear interaction it is possible to fuse simple hydrogen into helium. The weak interaction allows a proton to be converted to a neutron bypassing the need to overcome the Coulombic repulsion. By taking this approach in a solid, the energy from the reaction can be transferred to the solid as heat. It produces no dangerous radiation. If the reaction is not run in a solid the energy can only leave as a gamma ray, which is deadly. I have been review by multiple Ph.D?s who recommend further support of my work. Those recommendations are based on phase one verification data supporting the hypothesis. You can see there quotes in the power point on the website. Use your mouse to highlight PhaseIVerificationData and copy it. If you would like more information than what is on the home page then past it to the end of the web page address after you click on my name above. This is the only way humanity will survive global warming.

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Cap'n Steve   2/28/2008 8:37:27 AM
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Hi Max, then again - if they nudge the Earths orbit too far from the Sun, we will probably enter another ice age. Still, we should have nuclear fusion perfected by then which will allow us all to heat our homes efficiently.



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