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  1. #1 Cold Fission 
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    Cold Fission:

    Helium does not decay into alpha and beta particles like many other atoms such as Uranium 238. Theses alpha particles consist of two protons and two neutrons bound together into a particle identical to the Helium nucleus. Whereas, beta particles are high energy, high speed electrons or positrons. In this study we are utilizing beta particles that are high speed electrons. What would the effect be if Helium is synthetically ionized into alpha and beta particles? The beta particles will leave the containment and in the containment, alpha particles will bounce around with Helium atoms possibly generating perpetual static electricity on the outside of the containment which should be made of aluminum, that can be taped into AC and DC electricity.

    First, we also need to look at the pressure inside the containment during the Helium synthetic ionization. With an increase in pressure there would be a risk of the containment leaking. With a decrease in pressure the atoms and alpha particles will be further away from one another, limiting contact and decreasing the static electricity it produces. In this experiment, the pressure should be stable for a long time as the alpha particles will be attracted to the electrons of the Helium atoms. However, after a while if too many helium atoms are ionized, the pressure will eventually decrease as there are fewer atoms contained and subsequently less electrons for the alpha particles to attract and bounce off of.

    Alpha particles are bipolar. One side has a positive and the other positive separated by a neutral middle. The positive sides have a maximum attraction to electrons at where the orbital levels are in Helium. Therefore, the bipolar alpha particle will attract the electrons in the surviving Helium atoms and they will(alpha particles) simulate the Helium atom. However, if too many Helium atoms are ionized, there will not be enough electrons to attract and the alpha particles will float to the bottom as it is subject to gravity. Nevertheless, if not too many Helium atoms are ionized, alpha particles will simulate Helium atoms. Like Helium, the alpha particles will not be subject to gravity as Helium atoms are not as long as there are enough Helium atoms for the alpha particles to simulate.

    What we are trying to generate is positive static electricity, which is the collection of electrically charged particles on the surface of a material. Some materials such as aluminum and lead are great at creating positive static electricity, whereas steel is neutral and gold is great for creating negative static electricity[4]. Lead is better at generating static electricity than aluminum, but it has a low melting point of 621.5 degrees F[5] compared to aluminum which is 1,220.666 degrees F[6]. Therefore due to aluminum being a great positive static electricity generator and a relatively high melting point, it is what should be chosen as the skin of the containment. With an aluminum containment shell, the Helium atoms and alpha particles inside will bounce around each other and the skin of the containment, generating positive static electricity on the aluminum.

    This experiment involves the containment of pure Helium with a field of 2.5727 Me V of electricity entering inside an aluminum shell. This will ionize some of the Helium atoms into alpha and beta particles. This may produce perpetual static electricity instead of looking for heat which is what happens in uranium power.

    I theorized that there needs to be an amount of Helium always in the containment to keep the spinning of the Helium and alpha particles in the containment. Therefore, the may be a maximum percentage of Helium ionization compared to non-Helium ionization that produces the most perpetual static electricity. This point of maximum static electricity will occur when the pressure of the containment start decreasing during ionization. This means there are more alpha particles and less Helium to have the alpha particles behaving similar to Helium atoms.

    Last, it is understood that energy can not be created nor destroyed. So how does the perpetual static electricity occur. The static electricity occurs because free electrons are redirected into static electricity and static electricity is redirected into AC or DC electricity. Therefore, there is no energy created nor destroyed; just redirection of electrons.

    With Helium and alpha particles spinning around inside the containment skin of aluminum, static electricity may build up on the outside of the containment(Please note that a skin for the containment can not be steel as it is neutral to static electricity.) The alpha particles and Helium will perpetually spin in the containment, causing the creation of static electricity. This static electricity can be taped into AC and DC electricity to provide new nuclear power that is perpetual with no radio active waste.

    [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_particle
    [2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beta_particle
    [3] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helium
    [4] http://www.school-for-champions.com/..._materials.htm
    [5] http://www.chemicalelements.com/elements/pb.html
    [6] http://www.chemicalelements.com/elements/al.html


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    Does anyone know where I would go to get an experimental cold fission reactor built?


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