Climate Change: Saving the Earth
This common Hydrogen nuclear fusion process can produce up to 58 times more thermal energy than by any heavy Hydrogen Isotope magnetic confinement process, or inertial LASER process and more than any nuclear fission process or any other energy producing process imagined or dreamed. This process is so powerful at generating excess energy because it alone in the world of physical forces can cause continual fusions leading from common Hydrogen to Helium and then beyond up to elements atomic number 118 and even beyond to heavier elements that have never before been detected or seen. As the world slowly converts to changing over its electrical power generation from using hydrocarbons and raw carbon as the economic energy source, the common Hydrogen nuclear fusion energy source will not add any polluting carbon dioxide or other contaminating gases to the atmosphere, thus slowly diminishing this primary cause of worldwide climate change where the earth's climate is ever warming and threatens to destroy the economic livelihood of all peoples. This ever increasing warming of the world's climate has already contributed to enhancing disastrously powerful storms, droughts and flooding. We must necessarily, as soon as possible, begin changing our vast energy generating systems from hydrocarbons and natural carbon (Coal) to the safe, exceptionally clean, and the most powerful system of energy generation from the fusion of common Hydrogen.
Sacred Pure Water
So very much thermal energy is available from this common Hydrogen nuclear fusion process that energy is available to desalinate sea water by the simple and straight forward process of boiling the sea water and then condensing the steam to yield large volumes of pure potable water for animal consumption or for irrigating crops located at inland deserts. To facilitate these desalination plants it would be necessary to construct huge electric power generating plants at sea coast locations where there are vast quantities of salt water to be processed and huge amounts of water for cooling of the generated steam. The heavy salt concentrated waste water could be processed at the site to remove valuable chemicals and minerals that are only economically available from a brine concentrate. Some of the produced electrical power could be used to supply energy to giant pumps that would pump the pure fresh water to distant inland sites. Agricultural farming of all kinds could be established at those inland sites and this would offer a second means of combating climate warming by means of the plants absorbing greenhouse gases. These inland farms would also contribute to the worlds food supply. Such newly opened productive land would allow populations to migrate from over crowded cities to these valuable new lands that before were forbidding desert lands.
Space Travel and Permanent Planetary Settlements
The common Hydrogen Nuclear fusion process is the only dense energy producing process that can make space flight to distant planets and their moons economically feasible. It is the only process that will allow for the establishment of permanent settlement sites on distant planets and their moons as long as there is a natural source of hydrogen contained in water as ice, or compounds such as ammonia or methane. Many solar system planets and moons have vast stores of those hydrogen rich compounds.
In the United States about 4,151 Billion KWHr of electricty are consumed each year, if this energy was generated from our common Hydrogen fusion reaction, it would produce approximately 3,327.2 short tons of ash per year. This valuable ash would contain all of nature's chemical elements. The ash could be shipped from the electrical power generating facilities where it was produced to special refining facilities that were set up to extract specfic elements from the ash. Although the monetary value of the ash would be millions of times less valuable than the electric power produced by the electric generating plants, the ashe's value would most likely be great enough to finance the operation and maintanance of the primary electric generating plants.