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Thorium Plasma Battery Can Power Most Any Car, Truck, Train, Or Boat For 10+ Years Without A Recharge
Written on: 03 April 2012 [07:02]
registered since: 28.03.2012
I know this sounds crazy. But do your own homework since we are not allowed to post links here (dumb rule) and Google the key words of "thorium", "plasma battery", "technology" and you will be shocked at what you find. The Navy, Air Force, and NASA have been using these super batteries since 2004 or 2006 (depending on who you want to believe). Even though the compact batteries are nuclear, they give off the same radiation level as a cell phone and live longer than most cars!
The first plasma batteries were invented by two Americans, Aries M. DeGeus, and MIT Professor Eugene Mallove. Then a Russian named Dimitri Petronov invented one that supplied enough juice to power his whole house. The last version of the battery that suitable for automobiles and truck was invented by a guy in the Air Force reserves.
Anyway, you'll also see that the U.S. Department of Energy, won't admit any of this, yet they gave $500,000,000 in grant monies to Princeton Plasma Laboratory, Stanford, Purdue, MIT, NASA's Glenn Research Center, and Sandia National Laboratory to research what they official said does not exist - Plasma Cold Fusion!!! Go figure.
To the mods and admin folks here... you should allow links that do not advertise so people can share info with each other directly with links. I attached a list of related links for those who think I fell of the wagon!
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