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Often pure Deuterium and Deuterium-Tritium are presented as separate fuels for fusion reactors, with pure Deuterium clearly being more challenging to make work from a physics point of view, while Tritium is technically challenging to breed in a reactor if you want to make more than you consume.
So I'm wondering if there's good references on reactors that take a middle route and run deuterium plus a smaller amount of external tritium? How much more difficult is it to make a fusion reactor work if the beeding blanket can only supply, say two thirds of the tritium required for an optimal DT setup, so that the rest has to be produced via D-D side reactions?
Because I am looking at this Post that was mad seven months ago saying Fractionators are 4x more efficient and I am wondering if that is still true or has something changed.
The recently released Pentagon UFO / UAP report features military sightings of flying craft and large sections of unexplained, roiling whitewater in an otherwise calm ocean. Some of the sightings were off the coast of Florida, and others 100 miles south of San Diego.
In one of many San Diego incidents, 4 Navy pilots from the carrier USS Nimitz spotted craft flying above a large section of turbulent roiling ocean water. The craft were visually spotted, tracked by new infrared airplane-based targeting radar (ATFLIR) as well as ship-based tracking systems, and exhibited flying characteristics that are not possible with currently known human capabilities.
First tracked by ship-based systems, the objects descended 80,000 feet in a matter of seconds, then disappeared into the ocean, or stopped just above the surface. It seems highly unlikely that China or Russia have secretly developed new propulsion systems capable of this, as well as technology that would protect humans or electronic systems from extreme inertial forces created by the rapid changes in speed and direction exhibited. Also, the aerodynamic drag created by traveling 80,000 feet in a few seconds would rip apart or incinerate all materials known to humankind. (For reference, asteroids burn up and explode in Earth's atmosphere while traveling at an average 17 kilometers per second, or about 55,000 feet per second). Metal based structures built by humans would easily rip apart at much lower speeds.
My thoughts are, unknown craft spotted over / entering the ocean points to undersea alien installations designed to harvest deuterium and/or tritium for nuclear fusion. Deuterium / tritium fusion is considered by many to be the most plausible form of nuclear fusion for energy production. Humans don't regular... keep reading on reddit ➡
I am finding fuel for quantum reactor and I find out that Deuterium Rod have better max power(and usage time) than most other rod like Enriched Plutonium Rod which can be create by Deuterium Rod. shouldn't Deuterium Rod be the worst rod? or am I missing something?
I have 100 fractionators and I am still not getting enough deuterium, how do you guys get a lot of deuterium?
The author says we can form mixed states for S and D (even parity as l is even) or P ( odd parity ). He then goes into deriving the states with the spin part. Why is the author looking at the spatial parity only, as the states are anti symmetric by virtue of the exclusion principle, under isospin? Shouldn't it be possible to make different combinations among the states as we would still have definite parity? https://ibb.co/bFWHVn9
Context: 1. https://ibb.co/jZSDTqn 2. https://ibb.co/s9Gkvw5
Like... What is the proverbial litmus test?
Makes 3,000 / min in the range of 90ish Fractioners.
I now that in stars it is possible but I haven't heard anything about doing it on earth. I saw itthat condition are a bit harder to achieve than with the current fuel. I am not a physicist so if someone can explain me why there is such a big difference between the heavy hydrogen and the normal one I will be very happy. Thanks.
Hi! Recently dabbled in B&A deuterium powered reactors, and I realized that to get a deuterium fuel cell, you need one muon fusion catalyst. These are initially aquired from advanced reprocessing of thorium fuel cells, one at 13.33% chance per 10 spent cells. But then from re-processing spent deuterium fuel cells, where 5 spent cells give 4 + 95% of a fifth.
So am I correct in deducing that you will slowly lose muon catalysts running a deuterium reactor, and have to make up also running a thorium reactor?
Running some quick numbers make it seem like a single Thorium reactor gives about 0.00006665 muon-cats per second, while running a single deuterium reactor loses 0.00025 muon-cats per sec, or in other words that you need 3.75 thorium reactors for every deuterium reactor? That seems awful, and makes the deuterium reactor pretty unviable?
Is this correct or have I missed something here?
For those of you who backed this project and chose the hydrogen V2, the limited edition, and the gilded limited edition, have your rewards been deliver just yet?
"... after drinking Dd-water, the state of diabetes mellitus (DM) improved with these patients. This manifested itself by the fact that their blood sugar levels that had earlier been fluctuating became steady; or high blood sugar levels decreased, more or less to the normal range. We started to follow the level of blood sugar with patients suffering from DM and we were able to definitely state that Dd-water positively influenced the process of diabetes mellitus. On the basis of the results so far, the positive effect of Dd-water seems to have been demonstrated both with Type I and II diabetes mellitus."
Defeating Cancer! The Biological Effect of Deuterium Depletion
by Gabor Somlyai