“This report deals with a application of hadronic mechanics for the achievement of truly new and clean energies known as the Intermediate Controlled Nuclear Fusions. The ongoing research is based on the laboratory synthesis of the neutron as occurring in stars from a proton and an electron, which synthesis has already been achieved in a preliminary form. The research then deals with the synthesis of the nitrogen from carbon and deuterium via the intermediate synthesis of the neutron because the nitrogen synthesis is: very esoenergetic; the easiest among all possible nuclear syntheses; and the cleanest possible because, under threshold energies, it does not release harmful radiation and does not leave radioactive waste.”
“following theoretical studies that I initiated in the 1980s at Harvard University under DOE support, Thunder Energies Corporation has completed the construction of a Directional Neutron Source”
“we have succeeded in producing neutrons in a given direction, resulting in the novel Directional Neutron Source!”
“Thanks to the above experimental confirmation, the company is now engaged in the production and sale of Directional Neutron Sources for the detection of smuggled nuclear materials.”
We are pleased to have completed the construction of a Directional Neutron Source according to specific requirements by our European customers
we have achieved an operational equipment producing on demand a directional beam of neutrons synthesized from the hydrogen gas in the desired flux and energy
TEC-‐DNS-‐3Z is specifically designed to scan suitcases in airports for concealed nuclear materials thus using a flux of neutrons with the minimum possible neutron CPS & energy for evident safety reasons. TEC-‐DNS producing a high neutron flux can be designed and manufactured on demand.
Dr. Santilli states: “I am pleased to report that the development in collaboration with our European partners of a basically new Directional Neutron Source, namely, an equipment capable of producing on demand a flux of low energy neutrons synthesized from a hydrogen gas predominantly in a selected direction.