Technology Development Projects

Nuclear Fusion Reactor

This technology pertains to a form of nuclear power that is quite different than the fission process that is used in most nuclear power plants, today. Nuclear fusion is the process in which nuclear weapons work, and the process in which the sun burns. If it can be controlled, it offers potentially unlimited amounts of electrical power. This technology is currently being researched at the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER). It is the second-largest cooperative scientific research project in the entire world, the first being the International Space Station (ISS). There is also research into cold fusion at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in California, just outside Silicon Valley. ITER uses a donut-shaped reactor that uses powerful electromagnetism to control the reaction, while LLNL uses a set of over 100 high-powered lasers to start a chain reaction from a small amount of nuclear material as it collapses in on its self. Essentially, it’s like trying to make a mini black hole. The research has also led to knowledge being discovered in the realms of the existence of dark matter and anti-matter.

De-Nuclearization Laser Technology

There could be a type of laser produced that causes radioactive materials to de-nuclearize themselves, such as for cleaning up radioactive waste, or disarming nuclear weapons. This technology could act on a subatomic level, such as by binding materials together, such as combining particles with excess protons with materials that have excess neutrons. Additionally, the technology could shed valence electrons.

Deuterium & Tritium Reactions

This diagram shows the release of energy from an implosion of Deuterium and Tritium, the effects of super-magnetism that create the environment for the implosion to occur, and the ionize particles that are released from the nuclear fusion process, with a high rate of decay.

Another view of the diagram on the white board of the MCE123 Company Founder’s office in 2010, seen to the left.

Ion Clock Computer

The speed that the photons travel increases approaching the ionized particle. When the speed of the light reaches negative infinity, the photons no longer have light.


This is another view of the Ion Clock Computer to the left.


Nuclear Lasers

This technology could be used to cut materials such as metal during manufacturing. The laser would use nuclear materials to convert the laser light into a spectrum of anti-matter that would cut through the materials.

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