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Re: Fusion energy
« Reply #8 on: November 03, 2019, 23:04:13 pm »
The quantum behavior of orbital electrons isn't the same as that of free electrons moving under the influence of electrical fields.  Two closely spaced protons might actually pull an electron into the cancellation region, if the plasma electron temperature isn't too high.  Trying to get fusion with ultra high temperature might be making the quest harder than it needs to be.  I remember reading in the Bible that when the Prophet Ezekiel saw a wheel within a wheel come down from the sky, he also saw a vision of a flame infolding on itself.  This is a good description of my plasmoid fusion experiment.

Still, there are Inventors who have claimed deuterium production from Hydrogen.  Even the production of Helium.  So, somehow, an electron is getting inside a proton at least some of the time, for neutron formation.

if the electron came close to the proton it would become a hydrogen atom or if it has enough force it can just collide and shoot photons or collide and destroy the proton but how would it suddendly enter the proton? The semiconductors electrons have a energy barrier that they can't pass but there is a possibility they will exist beyond this energy barrier so they paas the barrier without spending energy but this barrier means that the potential comes from a repulsive force , a proton and an electron have an attractive force

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Re: Fusion energy
« Reply #9 on: November 04, 2019, 01:09:16 am »
In my mind, this still seems like a possibly feasible approach to low energy fusion.  My own research in this area is ongoing, and there's no point in belaboring the concept until I can do another test, and get some spectroscopic output.

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Re: Fusion energy
« Reply #10 on: January 20, 2020, 23:16:31 pm »
 hi I do not think that the electron will or can ever get into the Proton of the hydrogen atom,   ie inside the proton is three Quarks held in place by glucon I think it is called.
 you can get the electron out of the orbit of the proton.
I make atomic hydrogen plasma . 

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Re: Fusion energy
« Reply #11 on: January 21, 2020, 04:55:32 am »
hi I do not think that the electron will or can ever get into the Proton of the hydrogen atom,   ie inside the proton is three Quarks held in place by glucon I think it is called.
 you can get the electron out of the orbit of the proton.
I make atomic hydrogen plasma .

I recently found out that there's something called a 'pseudo neutron' which is an electron sticking to a proton.  Apparently, the electron doesn't have to be inside the proton to neutralize the Coulomb Barrier and allow a fusion reaction which produces, for instance, deuterium.  The right conditions exist in a Plasmoid, which is a special type of plasma.  IF hydrogen CAN form a Plasmoid, all you need is the right kind of circuit to produce it, which is what I've shown.