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  1. #1 cno cycle dense plasma focus fusion 
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    hello, new to site. This is my first post. I just was wondering what any ones thoughts were on using the carbon, nitrogen, oxygen cycle in a dense plasma focus device to produce aneutronic fusion power.
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    Greetings sustainability,
    Quote Originally Posted by sustainability View Post
    hello, new to site. This is my first post. I just was wondering what any ones thoughts were on using the carbon, nitrogen, oxygen cycle in a dense plasma focus device to produce aneutronic fusion power.
    I think that the problem here is the neutron production by the CNO as well as the extreme pressures needed - more than for the PP reaction and especially more than for the Boron-Hydrogen decay reaction being pioneered by Eric Lerner and Co. You will remember that the Sun is, theoretically, only just large enough to be able to generate the CNO reaction, whereas Lerner & Co. are hoping to avoid this extreme situation!

    Lerner's work is admirable but I suspect he is going to have great difficulties in catalysing the reaction. I am working on an answer for this based on my own new theory for atomic nuclei which I had been working on for 14 years. At last I can now explain asymmetric nuclei and am preparing to submit a manuscript on it. The result will be various suggestions for catalysts that he can use in the plasma focus device.

    Note too that since I don't hold to the "Einstein consensus" here my work is put aside in the "Personal Theories and Alternatives" box. So I just have to tough it out until the SR-BS comes crashing down - at least for the more perceptive on this site, (though for many, they will cling to Einstein to their dying day, despite seeing the refutations everywhere)!

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