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Cavitation Bubble Fusion Reactor
Dr. Max Fomitchev-Zamilov
Dr. Max Fomitchev-Zamilov joins me to review his journey that lead him to have potentially discovered an effective way to produce cavitation driven bubble fusion. After his story so far, plans for future work are discussed.
“Exactly one year ago I decided to make [cavitation] bubble fusion work. I wrote a technical and business plan, which called for $2M in funding for a team of 5 people to work for a year to demonstrate the proof of concept. Then I began my work in earnest, just by myself. Much to my astonishment in exactly six months since I started I have succeeded. Alone. On a shoestring budget. This means it is time for milestone #2: demonstration of control. Working on it right now. Alone. On a shoestring budget :)” - Dr. Max Fomitchev-Zamilov, 1st Feb 2022
You can read more about the setup at Max’s website and read his preliminary review paper here.
Some things in the discussion
In the presentation, Max talks about adding Ti and saw a neutron fall-off “of the order of 10 mins”.
Potential neutron production from 50V + p and by proxy via production of 50V from 48Ti and D.
Simple cavitation transmutation
Alexander Shishkin's Strange Radiation detector described by Anatoly Klimov
Bubble size / pressure of collapse relationship
Indium & Neutrons
Making a potential EVO+SR Shield
Justification for adding a negative potential to the Al layers of the shield above (instead of grounding it) is because of this observation by Klimov et. al.
Resonant and brute force Black EVO / String Vortex Soliton production