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  • RobotB904 commented on shadowslarter's instructable How to make a Deuterium Reactor7 months ago
    How to make a Deuterium Reactor

    Actually, an Average Volcanic Eruption puts more of these supposed "Greenhouse Gasses" into the air than man has in the entire history of the Earth. I know, we'll just plug up all of the Volcanoes around the world, and that ought to stop Global Warming! Then after about a decade or so, the Magma will ooze out of the tectonic plates, and then we won't have to worry about Earth because there would be none of us left once the Earth is a raging ball of Magma. Good Job, Green Team!

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  • RobotB904 commented on TheHomebrewGuru's instructable Fusion Jr. Home Energy Reactor7 months ago
    Fusion Jr. Home Energy Reactor

    (Robert Eckdale is my Grandfather's name, not mine. Just so we're clear. He deserves the Credit for that quote. Just so we're clear - just so we're clear.)

    I've also used this method to power a small coil of ferromagnetic material which just barely interfered with the reading on my magnetic compass around which the coil was wrapped. Pretty fascinating, especially since I was using my braces and an antique spoon to do so. Maybe I should put it onto YouTube...

    Awesome! This will definitely help me with my self-sufficient mobile home project! I am by no means a greenie, which makes me appreciate actual sciences such as this. (Don't get me wrong, I completely respect that livelihood, I just don't respect people that use pseudo sciences such as "Global Warming" and "Greenhouse Gas" as a way to make money (Ahem Al Gore). I do however believe in preserving the natural world through disposing of wastes efficiently and effectively; I am an Alaskan after all. But as you said that even some Plastics are useable with this Reactor along with other forms of garbage, I completely have to agree that this method of creating energy is the best I've heard of. Powering a Cabin with this science would/will solve a lot of problems plagu...see more »Awesome! This will definitely help me with my self-sufficient mobile home project! I am by no means a greenie, which makes me appreciate actual sciences such as this. (Don't get me wrong, I completely respect that livelihood, I just don't respect people that use pseudo sciences such as "Global Warming" and "Greenhouse Gas" as a way to make money (Ahem Al Gore). I do however believe in preserving the natural world through disposing of wastes efficiently and effectively; I am an Alaskan after all. But as you said that even some Plastics are useable with this Reactor along with other forms of garbage, I completely have to agree that this method of creating energy is the best I've heard of. Powering a Cabin with this science would/will solve a lot of problems plaguing us up here. No more Gasoline Generators, etc. Just chop down some firewood and throw that annoying brush into this Generator, I can power my essential electric components. You have brought Light into the Darkness my Friend. I mean that literally, too! Up North in Barrow, the sun doesn't rise for about 65 days! Sorry Einstein, Solar Power doesn't work well up there. (For those who don't know, Einstein theorized Photovoltaic Materials decades before anyone even thought of generating power with them. Don't worry, Einstein is laughing with me.) This science could be the next great step toward a perfectly efficient cycle of: Power to Manufacturer, Manufacturer to Household, Household to Garbage, Garbage to Power. Everything was very well researched, presented with great and almost perfect linguistic format, and overall a new revolution in the use of garbage and generation of power! Keep it up, and maybe someday, we'll see your name and face on every major power company of the future. I'd pay you, but I've only got fish. I don't think the Bank will put Fish onto my PayPal Account, so I'll just spread the word as best possible in order to make this a reality. It'll take a long time, but if more people know, then even if the percentage of people knowing such information remains the same, the Amount of people who know this is what is going to count. So hold onto it, never let it go. Continue to learn as much as you can. As my Grandfather told me, "We know nothing compared to the vast sea of Knowledge out there, but what little we can learn will count toward our future."-Robert Eckdale, Loved and Missed

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