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phase three

•     DOX – Design of Experiments Methodology

•     Optical Spectroscopy

•     Mass Spectroscopy

•     Langmuir Probe Measurements

•     Plasma voltage control

•     Plasma current control

•     Infrared plasma measurements

•     Ultra Violet light measurements

•     RF measurement and data acquisition

•     EMI / EMF / EM measurement and data acquisition

•     Scanning Electron Microscopy

•     Materials testing.

•     Material deposition and erosion tests

•     Optical Microscopy

•     Polarimetry

•     High resolution video and still capture

•     Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition – all control systems

•     Dissociation of pressure / distance (Pd) – Paschen’s Law – Cathode telemetry control

•     Real time multi gas pressure and vacuum control

•     High resolution 3D probe telemetry control

•     Real time multi stream data synchronization and data transformation


technology capabilities

•     Production of low energy quiescent plasmas

•     Stabilization of low energy quiescent plasmas

•     Production of plasma tufts

•     Stabilization of plasma tufts

•     Production of multi spherical plasma double layer shells

•     Stabilization of multi spherical plasma double layer shells

•     Production of high energy exothermic plasma reactions

•     Stabilization of high energy exothermic plasma reactions

•     Containment of high energy dense plasmas

•     Stabilizing of high energy plasma dense plasmas

•     Creation of high energy exothermic plasma reactions.

•     Stabilization of high energy exothermic plasma reactions

•     Slowing the speed of light

•     Production of 10.2eV vacuum ultra violet light

•     Production of copious amounts of atomic hydrogen

•     Production of free protons

•     Production of virtual cathode

•     Potential of Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR)

•     Confinement of high-energy photons (photon trapping).

•     Producing in electron density comparable to the photosphere, heliosphere, and nuclear bombs.

•     Acceleration of ions through the spherical plasma double layers to ballistic velocities.

•     Confinement of ions and electrons – (plasma wells)

•     Limiting of electron impingement on anode – cool anode

•     Limiting of ion / proton impingement on cathode – virtual cathode



production capabilities

This is the 12 centimeter anode prior to the firing-up of the chamber.

SAFIRE can create, control and contain stabilized high energy dense plasmas.


Chemistry changes


Slowing the speed of light


SAFIRE is generating variations in electron density comparable to the photoshpere, heliosphere and nuclear bombs.


Electrical confinement of high energy photos (photon trapping)


The core of SAFIRE is cooler than its surrounding atmoshere

CLICK to open PDF in new browser window for the full PDF of the SAFIRE PROJECT REPORT. Use back arrow or tab to return to this page.

The SAFIRE laboratory has been completed and fully commissioned.  Through 2017 the SAFIRE team performed numerous experiments.  Many discoveries were made.  Some of these discoveries were startling.


Attempting to synopsize these experiments and discoveries might too easily lead to an incomplete understanding, they must be studied in their full context.  Thus we suggest viewing the downloadable PDF of SAFIRE – Experiments / Discoveries.


And for a more detailed report on the whole project we recommend the film of the 2017 SAFIRE Presentation, and also the downloadable PDF of the SAFIRE PROJECT REPORT – both included below.

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