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 has spent years researching about the nature of stable elemental synthesis. In the 80s, with the support of the Department of Energy (DOE), the then-Department of Mathematics member of Harvard
Nobel Prize Nominee Dr. Ruggero Santilli presents a fascinating, important, passionate full spectrum packed show explaining all about nukes, neutrons
“The current, conventional combustion of fossil fuels is the same as it was fifty thousand years ago because we merely strike a spark and ignite the fuel, resulting in known environmental problems.”
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…”
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The importance of Dr. Santilli’s discovery is that being negatively charged, pseudoprotons and pseudonuclei are attracted by nuclei, thus resolving the historical Coulomb barrier.
“Following decades of mathematical, theoretical, and experimental research on antimatter, recent results have announced the apparent…
By using the novel iso-, geno- and hyper-mathematics and their isoduals the Hadronic mechanics is divided into isomechanics, genomechanics and hypermechanics for the representation of single-valued, reversible, single-valued irreversible and multi-valued irreversible matter-system or reactions, respectively, with corresponding isodual for antimatter composite systems or reactions.