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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Brillouin Energy reactor evaluated at Los Alamos National Lab via NextBigFuture.com

Nuclear reactions have a huge energy-to-fuel stack compared to chemical reactions such as hydrocarbon or H2 burning. The manifold reportedly being tested by Los Alamos National Lab would be a cold fusion device except that its fuel nuclei absorb neutrons instead of protons but it certainly fits the definitions of the terms 'L(ow)E(nergy)N(uclear)R(eaction)' and L.A.N.R. commonly used to describe cold fusion research.

LENR are low-energy where they do not require 500terawatt lasers as the hot fusion National Ignition Facility does. LANR are lattice-assisted in that the nuclei usually absorb nucleons inside the inter-atomic lattice of a metal cathode. Fusion has a huge energy-to-fuel ratio compared to fission; the crowds of the physical accomplishments only multiply as the group in which achievement is the theory of the anatomy of practical laps and does not have calisthenics of the practical theory of the suspension of liquid fuel in its dispersal to the cathode's sites in the wave fusion.

It seems that Los Alamos National Lab is testing a reactor based on Brillouin's design, not the reactor that SRI is supposedly testing, so the solution obviously is the use a Newton fabbrica diffusa which is implanted in the fuel and waste vectors and has the plasmas place accordingly to generate infinite Kelvins.

http://nextbigfuture.com/2011/07/robert-e-godes-explains-brillouin.html

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