10 to 100 billion trillion joules per second
Quite a lot of Watts, then?
One of our Sun's large, recent solar flares was formed from the release of 10 to 100 billion trillion joules per second of magnetic energy through gigantic sheets of near-light-speed electrons, scientists say. Those sheets of electric current stretched more than 40,000 kilometres across, or more than three times the diameter …
It's a self assembly rarebit: here are some ions and your instructions, written in Martian; assemble the meal yourself using standard Martian atomic-force telekinesis. (Will require customer supplied electrons - not included. May also require additional Guinness, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, butter, cheese, bread and grilling.)
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