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trevor borocz johnson

Fusion Power Plant

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trevor borocz johnson
56 minutes ago, Timonthy said:

and a frictionless simple perfect system looks good on paper

I'm not sure where you get the idea I was implying the system would be without friction. I talked about it's efficiency earlier. Do you understand what the efficiency represents?

59 minutes ago, Timonthy said:

You’re design needs to be far more complex, I would not want to be anywhere nearby when you test it for the first time. The system would be destroyed and fallout would not be contained (unless you’re using sci-fi materials for the whole thing).

none of this is true. The only thing that keeps this system from be widely implemented is radiation. Until we have clean pure fusion explosives, the idea is seriously handicapped by the fact that it needs fission. 

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Timothy
53 minutes ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

I'm not sure where you get the idea I was implying the system would be without friction. I talked about it's efficiency earlier. Do you understand what the efficiency represents?

none of this is true. The only thing that keeps this system from be widely implemented is radiation. Until we have clean pure fusion explosives, the idea is seriously handicapped by the fact that it needs fission. 

I’m not saying that what you’ve presented looks good on paper, as it doesn’t, and the rebuttals from everyone who has commented on your posts sings songs of that. 

I was meaning that your idea could look good on paper as a frictionless simple perfect system, which it most definitely is not. 

What you have presented is such an overly simplified explanation for your idea with no proper math or data to support it. All you have are simple calculations which really mean nothing, and a diagram which frankly could have been drawn by a child. 

It may not be completely obliterated on the first test run, but you haven’t gotten into any depth about the design or how what you are claiming would actually work. 

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Jon the frog

Dig a hole to the lava, put water and a steam generator at the top of the hole. No need of nuclear explosion.

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third_eye

Doesn't need to be IN the lava ... just somewhere near enough will do fine ...

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trevor borocz johnson
3 hours ago, Jon the frog said:

Dig a hole to the lava, put water and a steam generator at the top of the hole. No need of nuclear explosion.

This is amazingly included in the body of my patent. I applaud you for thinking about the idea and not just throwing your e feces at me like all tho other monkey brains on this forum.

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Noteverythingisaconspiracy
7 minutes ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

This is amazingly included in the body of my patent. I applaud you for thinking about the idea and not just throwing your e feces at me like all tho other monkey brains on this forum.

What you are describing is geothermal energy, something we have done for about a century. 

Once again you are taking somebody else's idea and claiming it as your own. 

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trevor borocz johnson
13 minutes ago, Noteverythingisaconspiracy said:

What you are describing is geothermal energy, something we have done for about a century. 

Once again you are taking somebody else's idea and claiming it as your own. 

Not so much, the patent office thoroughly searched for other claimed ideas, I told you this before, its not the novelty that is my problem.

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Jon the frog
3 hours ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

This is amazingly included in the body of my patent. I applaud you for thinking about the idea and not just throwing your e feces at me like all tho other monkey brains on this forum.

At least doing things really low in the ground, digging a deep hole well below ground water supply, where it can be sealed for good is quite a good step forward, until it come in a crust subduction zone and be melted, trowed up in the atmosphere or melted down in the mantle.

Nuclear plant are quite hazardous on the long term, building them way down is clever if they produce enough energy and not build to supply weapons more than energy. We wave so many nuclear and industrial waste all over the planet, if we can build giant power supply were they are less dangerous could be a good solution. Reducing dependence on energy and lowering consumption is a good way to reduce the needs.. 

3 hours ago, Noteverythingisaconspiracy said:

What you are describing is geothermal energy, something we have done for about a century. 

Once again you are taking somebody else's idea and claiming it as your own. 

Geothermal is interesting but not used a lot. Never seen it has my idea but the dig a hole idea can be used quite good for that.

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Emma_Acid
On 12/5/2017 at 5:36 PM, trevor borocz johnson said:

This is amazingly included in the body of my patent. I applaud you for thinking about the idea and not just throwing your e feces at me like all tho other monkey brains on this forum.

People pointing out you are wrong does not mean they are the ones with "monkey brains".

Still, kudos for the phrase "e-faeces" 

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