TEC Combustion Enhancement Kit: Used to achieve full combustion of fossil fuels in electric generators. Aim:…
Dr. Santilli states: “I am pleased to announce that, having completed the initial planning phase, we have initiated the construction of the new generation of the Directional Neutron Source intended for the detection of precious metals in mining operations”
These results are due to a new mathematics necessary for the invariant treatment of nonlinear, nonlocal, and nonunitary theories, known as Santilli isomathematics
As the name suggests a hyperFurnace is intended for the clean burning of fossils, to extract some forms of energy it is essential for materials to undergo heat, and for this to be achieved energy companies such as Thunder Energy Corporation has introduced hyperCombustion where materials are subjected to high temperatures.
“Phoenix Minerals S.A. is a holding company for a group of mining companies including Picchu Rio Gold S.A., which is expanding its current operations to produce gold bullion, precious metals and rare earth elements…”
“Hadronic reactors designed by Prof. Santilli are sealed tanks that can withstand high pressure, vacuum and temperature. It is provided with electrodes capable of creating high voltage arc that acts as a trigger mechanism that facilitates nucleosynthesis.”
“Ruggero worked as a visiting professor at CERN, in Geneva Switzerland, during his time at CERN, Ruggero Santilli also researched on Bose-Einstein’s connection.
“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”
“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.”
“The main principle of the company’s new HyperCombustion is the development of a new ignition at a sufficiently high-temperature allowing a “complete combustion” of fossil fuels, namely, a combustion without combustible contaminants in the exhaust.”