astro-physics, Environment, Fusion, Global Warming, ITER, particle physics

‘Let There Be Light’ – 2017 documentary/comedy film on international fusion research. (ITER, fusion and the global energy crisis)

“A star is drawing on some vast reservoir of energy by means unknown to us. This reservoir can scarcely be other than the subatomic energy which, it is known exists abundantly in all matter; we sometimes dream that man will one day learn how to release it and use it for his service.” – Lord Arthur Stanley Eddington 1920

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Let There Be Light is an award winning 2017 documentary film investigating sciences century long endeavour in pursuit of ‘Fusion Energy’. The film focuses on the multi-billion dollar ITER project in France, telling the stories of a number of scientists involved.

Obviously to those of us familiar with the work of Dr Randell Mills, ‘hydrino’ energy and GUT-CP… we understand that the ITER project is a complete waste of time, 😀 and thus,  the documentary film is more of a tragic comedy!
(‘the greatest comedy of the century!’)

On a serious note, the film does highlight the necessity for our species to find a clean and abundant energy source, that will sustain our civilisation in the long term. As one scientist says “If we don’t crack fusion, we are doomed”, “I think we’re going hundred miles per hour towards a brick wall, and nobody seems to be paying much attention.”

Below is an excerpt from a 2009 BBC Horizon documentary entitled ‘Can We Make a Star On Earth?’ featuring Professor Brian Cox and Dr Saul Griffith (whom I will post about in the future). The clip shows a series of calculations made regarding providing energy to an increasing global population by 2035 by replacing fossil fuels. After watching, it soon becomes apparent that humankind has no other option expect to discover and utilise a brand new energy source. Dr Randell Mills and his team at Brilliant Light Power have discovered and harnessed that energy source in the form of ‘hydrino energy’, and the sooner both the worlds scientific community and the worlds Governments realise that it not only exists, but is ready to be distributed globally, the more likely we are in avoiding the eventual global energy crisis that looms over our civilisation.

Renewable energy and the Future (Some calculations)…

A number of experts and investigators have noted that the calculations regarding the energy input of ITER, the power amplifications stated and the deceptions involved, means that the project is the biggest waste of money and scientific minds in modern history. Essentially ITER is the biggest scientific scam in modern history, and will NOT lead to wither a breakthrough in scientific discovery or a new source of energy…
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Why Nuclear Fusion Is Always 30 Years Away
Why We Will Never Build a Nuclear Fusion Reactor As Good As The Sun
The Fusion Myth
ITER is a showcase … for the drawbacks of fusion energy
Fusion reactors: Not what they’re cracked up to be
Fusion energy: a useful myth to keep the model (1993)
Fusion Energy’s Dreamers, Hucksters, and Loons
The ITER Power Amplification Myth
“The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) is the largest and most expensive science experiment on Earth today. Public outreach for the experimental fusion reactor, under the direction of Laban Coblentz, the head of the ITER communications office, has led journalists and the public to believe that, when completed, the reactor will produce 10 times more power than goes into it.
It will do no such thing. The $22 billion reactor is designed to produce only 1.6 times more thermal power than it consumes in electric power. Using a more conservative calculation, the reactor will lose more power than it produces. The planned output power of the reactor has been reported correctly, but the input power for the reactor has been widely reported, incorrectly, as 50 megawatts. The actual input power value, rarely discussed publicly, will be significantly larger.”
ITERGATE: The New Energy Times ITER Fusion Investigation
Steven B. Krivit’s ITER Investigation Series

Anyway… the documentary I have been waiting to see (and ridicule!)… “Let There Be Light”…

 

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