Dr. Ruggero M. Santilli, Chief Scientist of Thunder Energies Corporation recently delivered a highly successful, invited plenary presentation entitled “New Sciences for a New Era” at Sips 2015, a world summit of Sustainable Industrial Processing. held in Antalya, Turkey on October 6 to 8 on the cutting edge new energies being developed by Thunder Energy Corporation and (http://www.world-lecture-series.org/the-mystery-of-antimatter).
Dr .William G. Gaines, President and Chief Operating Officer of Thunder Energies Corporation, a company publicly traded OTCQB with stock symbol TNRG announces that Dr. Ruggero M. Santilli, Chief Scientist, presented the first public viewing of the revolutionary Santilli Telescope with concave lenses to members and guests of the St. Petersburg Astronomy Club at the Pinellas Science Center with a talk entitled “The Mystery of Antimatter”
“…Hadronic Chemistry, which is a broadening of the Quantum Chemistry that is at the foundation of the MagneGas™ technology.”
“Our goal is to introduce a groundbreaking, ultra-efficient combustion technology that is capable of removing greenhouse gas off the face of the Earth.”
“Santilli isodual theory is applicable for the antimatter with the consideration of negative values of energy, time, gravity, refractive index, momenta etc. with negative unit.”
Pamela Fleming, Executive Vice President of Thunder Energies Corporation, a Florida based company whose stock has recently initiated trading Over the Counter with symbol TNRG, announces that three astrophysicists, S. Beghella-Bartoli from Italy, P. M. Bhujbal from India, and A. Nas from the U.S.A., have independently confirmed the first detection in history of antimatter galaxies, antimatter cosmic rays and antimatter asteroids achieved by the Italian-0American scientist Dr. Ruggero Maria Santilli following half a century of research via the use of a revolutionary telescope with concave lenses specifically designed and patented for the detection of light emitted by antimatter (http://www.santilli-foundation.org/docs/antimatter-detect-2014.pdf).
He was invited by the University of Miami to conduct research for NASA. He subsequently joined the faculty of Boston University, under support from the U.S. Air Force.
Dr. Santilli states: “As indicated in preceding releases, precious metals can be identified in real time via the detection of photons they emit when irradiated with neutrons…”
The company markets its technologies through three divisions: Optical Instruments, Nuclear Instruments, and Fuel Combustion.