But Holmlid get a high energy reaction from excitation from a very low powered laser. A petawatt laser is extreme overkill.
On Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 10:30 AM, JonesBeene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote: > > > Here is Holmlid’s patent application -- which is easily amenable to > hydrogen boron fusion > > > > https://www.google.com/patents/EP2680271A1?cl=en > > > > Imagine collecting the dense hydrogen on a substrate of boron, which then > becomes the target for a laser pulse – or double pulse. > > > > Holmlid suggests the dense state can be manufactured and collected as an > independent step. The ideal way to convert it in a second step would seem > to be boron fusion. > > > > Holmlid would be wise to specifically add boron fusion to his application. > > > > Obviously if the new kind of “ponderomotive fusion” can be made to work > with normal hydrogen, the dense state should even be better as a starting > point… > > > > …unless of course the Hora suggestion is indeed making the dense hydrogen > in the first pulse and reacting it in the second pulse. > > > > In that case, he should have credited Holmlid. > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > A Billion Times Improvement In yield is indeed a game changer. A back door > to boron-hydrogen fusion is found ! > > > > This could be huge - really HUGE - in that it opens up a non-thermal > compression route and a low loss method for fusion using fast laser pulses > - which does not produce many neutrons. > > > > Hora is the lead author. Miley is included -- but Holmlid is not. That is > curious. > > > > Hora and Holmlid have published jointly before, and this result explains > some of Holmlid’s success. But it is of course not LENR but not > thermonuclear either. > > > > Thanks to Brian Wang for finding this and also to Revolution Green. The > comment by Simon is right-on but he is not as excited as I am. > > > > This could be the biggest thing in fusion since LENR yet they seem to be > keeping their distance… probably wise. > > > > http://revolution-green.com/breakthroughs-make-commercial- > laser-nuclear-fusion-billion-times-improvements-yield/ > > > > >