SAFIRE Reactor

SAFIRE Reactor

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WHAT THE CURRENT REACTOR IS CAPABLE OF:

  • Stable self-organizing plasma double layer shells
  • Stable plasma tufts analogous to stellar plasma tufting in the photosphere
  • Trapping of ions, electrons and molecules within Double Layers
  • Energy densities analogous to the Sun
  • Electromagnetic confinement of matter
  • Steep voltage drop just off the surface of the anode
  • Acceleration of ions from the SAFIRE core 
  • Spectral line broadening showing higher energies in plasma corona
  • Uniform thermal radiation emission – low thermal buoyancy
  • Creation of concurrent collisional and non-collisional plasma
  • Eruptive discharges analogous to Solar CME’s
  • Chemistry as a catalyst to Double Layer formation
  • Slowing the speed of UV light by 5,000x
  • Analogous transformer / capacitor behavior
  • Continuous spectrum from plasma double layers

 

NEWEST DISCOVERIES

  • Dark mode plasma electromagnetic structures
  • Sequestering of heavy elements to the SAFIRE core
  • New elements confirmed by Mass & Optical spectra, SEM & EDAX
  • Extreme atmospheric pressure changes – response to high energy plasma discharges (may be analogous to the changes in the velocity of the Solar wind due to CME’s)