Mehran Keshe - International Space Institute & Plasma Magnetic Fields
June 9, 2011
We continue to discuss plasma reactor technology and Iran's flying saucer with Mehran Keshe in the second hour. We'll proceed to discuss the plasma reactor technology and the energy generating device that will be made available next year. If Mehran's claims are true it will have massive impact on travel, space exploration, the global energy, medicine and more. We proceed to talk about plasma magnetic fields, nanotechnology, medicinal advantages, the International Space Foundation and more. Mehran Keshe was born In Iran in 1958, he is the son to an X-ray engineer, he moved to Europe in the mid-seventies for further education in the field of nuclear physics. In 81 he graduated from Queen Mary College, University of London, as a nuclear engineer specialized in reactor technology system control. Since 2002 he has concentrated his effort to finish the full design of his technology for launch into the scientific world and industry. He also claims that at the end of 2005 and beginning of 2006 several static plasma reactors have been built. Since the beginning of 2006 several prototypes of dynamic reactors have been built, some specifically designed to create hovering effects.