THE BASIC RULES of the CONCEPT. of NATURAL POWER
1. The processes of superfluous energy generation as a result of partial nuclear disintegration of substances to elementary particles are established.
2. At disintegration the atoms experience so insignificant deficiency of mass, that keep the chemical properties, recombine with formation of new or same (initial) substances, that causes the absence of radioactive radiation.
3. The deficiency of reaction products mass is restored naturally due to aspiration to an equilibrium condition, which excludes the consumption of initial substances.
4. Any substance can be subjected to partial disintegration, including naturally renewed air and water which are preferable.
5. The nuclear reactions of partial disintegration of air and water are carried out practically in heat generators and automobile internal combustion engines, as well, as some other power devices and installations.
6. Main advantages are: the absence of necessity in traditional fuel (organic and nuclear); universal availability of air and water, absence of traditional power problems: climate change, radiation, pollution, fuel production cost etc.; and generally – ecological and economic efficiency.
7. It is necessary to develop technological processes and power installations in industry instead of financing traditional ones.
8. The concept of natural power is considered to be the strategic way to solve a fuel problem on the Earth.