Transmutation of hydrogen to helium





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Published on Jul 29, 2009

Demonstration of a thermonuclear fusion reactor that transmutes hydrogen to helium with the release of energy. http://www.thermonuclearfusionreactor...

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As a physics student I feel obligated to call bs!
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Bob Marly
Cool reaction, but it is probably not fusion to form helium. That process requires an extraordinary amount of energy, the emf fields alone would be dangerous, let alone the gamma, x-Rays, beta an alpha decay goin on. Likely what you have done is cause instabilities in the nucleus of hydrogen, accelerating the electron and emitting them resulting in the radiation of light- this however would only produce small amounts of x-Rays and not much else that would be of a significant danger. What voltages and amperage are you using? If you tried swapping the hydrogen for deuterium (hard to get I know, but worth it) the critical point would be easier obtained since the nucleus is already unstable and significantly heavier. If you did produce helium with such a small contraption, I'd be intrigued to so your methods. Good job on the build anyhow, Cheers
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Vallen Larsen
A HAM radio? REALLY??? Pfft. HAHAHAHA!!!!
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listen to that lady in the background so mean...
Tony M
Not a chance. Cool little fluorescent light show, but not even close. If you want to see what hydrogen fusing into helium looks like, look at the sun.
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Chiral Dude
Buy a Geiger counter if you claim this is true.
Oliver Johansson
I thought you needed a vaccum for this
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This nigga an alchemist
Joshua Soanes
light bulb ?
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yes, absolutely, no atoms were harmed in the making of this "piece of crap" film...looks like he's been dumpster diving, got himself a big vacuum tube, a couple of old toasters and some "l" brackets, a tutorial from "old Doc Brown from back to the future" and tadaa! then he says " I don't know what it is, but I built it!" = FAIL
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