In a feasibility study of 16 March 2005, a reputable scientist from a top university in Belgium wrote regarding the discovery of this new technology: “The principle described processes similar to the energy production in stars,” and he goes on to say, “The concept behind this method of energy production is feasible.”
This technology is under continuous development and recent results from several static and dynamic working prototypes confirm the new insights. For example, for the first time we have managed to create atomic hydrogen and carbon as gas and as solid matter at room temperature and in atmospheric conditions. At present the conventional production of graphene needs temperatures of 700° to 800°C and the production CO2 as solid matter takes place at tens of degrees below zero. The production of atomic and wall/layer and multi-layered graphite through use of this new method has been confirmed by Raman spectroscopy carried out by leading institutes and universities in Europe. Through development of these technologies several international patents with over 300 potential uses have been filed in past years.
The ultimate goal of this technology is to produce energy and gravity in an integrated system, where the “system” is a power source that does not require solid or fossil fuel to operate. These new systems use mainly hydrogen to generate energy and gravity for the purpose of motion and life support.
In the universe we do not see any engine room or flight control panel that the planets need to make them move, nor do we see any system that generates a shielding atmosphere either. Planets work as a fully integrated system because of their inner Matters. Each planet is a kind of closed system with its own rules and with specific interactions of its own magnetic fields, which vary according to the materials that it consists of. The interaction of the materials and the magnetic fields that they create results in various types of motion and local unbalances, within the framework of their overall magnetic and gravitational balance. (In our terminology ‘magnetic + gravitational field’ = ‘Magravs’.)
The image below compares Mars and Earth. Both planets - acting as a closed system - have reached their proper balance, but due to their sub-set conditions a totally different dynamic ecology is present. Mars no longer has the sub-set conditions for complex life on its surface, whereas Earth is very dynamic, has a lot of surface activities and contains a very complex diversity of land surface and oceans, as well as surface and sub-surface forms of life.
Mirroring the complex dynamics on Earth, we are able to create programmable dynamic reactors and systems, first through the design of the reactor itself and secondly by the composition of the materials it contains.
The design and technology of our reactor systems are based on the principles and methods seen in the physics of the universe, and they produce similar effects. The significant difference is that up to now, no system that can achieve all this in one integrated whole has ever been developed.
The technology offered by our new system is not radically new in technical terms, since it is not very complicated to build certain static reactors, but the methods we have used to achieve these results have never been tried before, nor even described by science or industry. On the other hand the building of our dynamic reactors makes use of totally new technical concepts to achieve the desired internal interactions.
Static reactors like the cola bottle above equipped with five electrodes can accumulate over 10 V, but by adding electrodes and/or changing the properties of the Kt liquid, higher output can be reached. Evidently dynamic reactors have a much larger output than static reactors. In our systems, the method of producing and maintaining energy, motion and every other aspect of full self-sufficiency is based on the principles of the universal order.
Through this system one can achieve the wonderful properties and effects that one sees in everyday life on Earth and in the universe.
The development of this new technology has become possible through a new understanding of the creation of gravity and the ability to replicate it in a simple system.
Newton managed to measure the force of gravity, and Einstein spent his life trying to explain its hold over matter. For the first time, not only is the method by which gravity is created fully understood, it is also replicated within the center of a hydrogen based reactor.
The world of technology has always worked hard to overcome gravity through propulsion with combustion engines and rocket fuel. Our system achieves this result by simply manipulating the forces of magnetic fields instead of trying to overcome them by using the brute force of propulsion.