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  1. #1 Fusion Energy Via X-rays 
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    If enough x-ray energy were packed into the relevant wave-length, (10^-8 meters lower end) nuclear fusion hypothetically becomes evident. The effective energy in focusing x-rays is the clue. The area of such small space reduces the amount of fuel being exposed to such energies, thus net output E is also reduced. It appears that when energy output reduces, containment needs appear to be reduced. My theory is to so reduce space volume containing fuel that output energy will be so small that one could shield it by using water as radiation shield. As should be well known, water is a very good radiation shield because of the closeness of water atoms. The water containing nuclear emissions at very low levels could directly serve as pulse damping media, and simultaniously serve as energy storage transfer media in the form of steam. When free energy becomes widely available, energy dictators will fall. The free in free energy says much!!! Directed x-ray energy as in beam emissions appear to be ideal for this application.


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    Water atoms?? they have those now!?
    sounds like an interesting concept accually, i think im going to look into it.


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    I don't think it will work but good luck anyway
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    This appears to be no more than a different method of initiating the Fusion process.

    Can't really say how efficient it would be.
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    I have actually tried this. it dosent work. and i have recieved very bad radiation poisining
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    Initiating fusion in a compact space via a concerntrated E-M beam yeah? This has been tried extensively already I believe
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