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Nuclear Fission But with Sparks
  • Usama Thakur
Usama Thakur
Independent Researcher

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This abstract encapsulates an exploration into the innovative potential of harnessing sparks and tungsten electrodes to generate energy akin to nuclear fission. Utilizing a mere 100,000 sparks, powered by just 2 tungsten electrodes and a 500,000-watt supply, this approach yields an impressive 3,121 MeV, signaling a substantial reduction in energy consumption compared to traditional methods. Furthermore, this research proposal reveals the ingenious workings of a machine that employs alternating current (AC) waveforms and an electromagnetic cavity chamber to create a focused electron beam, promising the controlled initiation of nuclear fission reactions with remarkable efficiency. This innovative approach presents an alluring solution to the worldâ\euro™s escalating energy needs, underpinned by a profound understanding of the machineâ\euro™s unique capabilities.