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Hot Nuclear Fusion
By Florian Ion Petrescu
Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 2,800. Language: English. Published: July 10, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
Since 1989 there are all sorts of scientists with all kinds of crafted devices, which declare that they can produce nuclear power obtained by cold fusion (using cold plasma). May be that these devices works, but their yield is probably too small, or at an enlarged scale these give not the expected results. This is the real reason why we can't use yet the survival fuel (the deuterium).
Cold Nuclear Fusion
By Florian Ion Petrescu
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 2,930. Language: English. Published: July 11, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
Because obtaining the necessary huge temperature for hot fusion is still difficult, it is time to focus us on cold nuclear fusion. We need to bomb the fuel with accelerated deuterium nuclei. The fuel will be made from heavy water and lithium. The deuterium nuclei which will bomb the nuclear fuel, will be accelerated with the (least) energy which reject the two neighboring deuterium nuclei.
Tomorrow, the Stars
By William Walling
Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 100,740. Language: American English. Published: July 29, 2012. Category: Fiction
Perplexed by an unearthly stranger's inexplicable presence, Cosmologist Roger Shore and associates, involved in a program to develop FTL interstellar flight, become vulnerable to hindrance and near-lethal interference from a malicious, dedicated alien entity warning that FTL is a maturation benchmark for all "juvenile" species qualifying humanity's inclusion in a forum of galactic intelligences.
Fusion Reactor (The Con)
By Mickey Scantlebury
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 56,200. Language: English. Published: January 10, 2013. Category: Fiction
If somebody was to tell you that they had a clever way to make free power, all through the application of nuclear fusion; that it was safe, cheap and reliable; that it could be shown to work, here, now, in this suitcase; then anyone, even a suspicious British investigator like Amelia Hartliss would welcome the news. Surely. It can't be too good to be true, can it? Above all, it can't be a con!