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Google has at Least 2 Patents for Fusion Devices. They call it Enhanced Coulomb Repulsion

Google is spending $10M/year on this program. They have assembled a group of experts on electrochemistry and calorimetry. They have published an article on this project in the prestigious peer reviewed magazine, Nature.

Enhanced Coulomb repulsion screening around light element nuclei is achieved by way of utilizing electromagnetic (EM) radiation to induce plasmon oscillations in target structures (e.g., nanoparticles) in a way that produces high density electron clouds in localized regions of the target structures, thereby generating charge density variations around light element atoms located in the localized regions. Each target structure includes an electrically conductive body including light elements (e.g., a metal hydride/deuteride/tritide) that is configured to undergo plasmon oscillations in response to the applied EM radiation. The induced oscillations causes free electrons to converge in the localized region, thereby producing transient high electron charge density levels that enhance Coulomb repulsion screening around light element (e.g., deuterium) atoms located in the localized regions. Various systems capable of implementing enhanced Coulomb repulsion screening are described, and various nanostructure compositions and configurations are disclosed that serve to further enhance fusion reaction rates.

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The term ‘high density electron clouds’ is familiar in connection with the E-Cat. Rossi’s recent paper “E-Cat SK and long range particle interactions” starts with this sentence in the abstract: “Some theoretical frameworks that explore the possible formation of dense exotic electron clusters in E-Cat SK are presented.”

The Google/U of Maryland Patent talks about ‘low energy fission’ in the ‘Field of Invention’ section:

The present invention relates specifically to the generation of the light-Nuclei elements (LNEs) Lithium, Beryllium and Boron by the process of low energy fission, breaking down, Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen (CNOs) with the introduction of instability to the CNOs heavy stable isotopes through the application high-frequency radio waves at the NMR frequency, in the presence of a strong magnetic field, of the targeted source material.

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  1. Nah there’s a better form of free energy right in front of our eyes, seriously all we gotta do is get some of NZs top electro engineering experts to rig up a system to connect Cindy’s arms ,head and shoulders to a Mega generator and get her to start yapping about how she’s personally going to save the World .
    We could retire all the other forms of generation in the Country and even start exporting energy overseas.

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