I have seen some explosions while doing cold fusion tests, and now I think the reason could be thermionic electron emission from the hot metal combined with some water vapor, that is coming from hydrogen electrolysis. So water -> oxygen -> explosion. Is this possible, i.e. how much energy is in the electrons emitted vs. H2O molecule splitting energy? If possible, what is the critical temperature for this to happen?
RE: Generator Tarasenko based on the model of the planet Earth
The hypotheses of Gennadi Tarasenko, Sergei Bychkov and Anatoly Shestopalov are quite plausible: Our planet is alive, it has a nuclear metabolism: