Thunder Energies Announces Initiation of Construction of Its Precious Metal Detector
Thunder Energies has initiated the construction of a full-size power unit suitable to synthesize neutrons in number, direction, and energy sufficient to scan soil in mining operations to detect the possible presence of precious metals. They are currently completing the design of the Directional Neutron Source needed in mining operations and look forward with great confidence to the successful completion of the project.
Dr. Ruggero M. Santilli, Corporate Chief Scientist, states: "I am pleased to report the initiation of construction of the prototype Thunder Energies Precious Metal Detector following completion of all background research. The biggest technical difficulty for the synthesis on demand of a neutron flux from a hydrogen gas is its power unit because of the need of delivering a rapid DC discharge with a very special configuration in which absence neutrons are not synthesized. Due to the lack of availability of this power unit from the industry, and following failed attempt at training external companies to build such a unit, I am pleased to report that our team of technicians has achieved the necessary maturity to build such a power unit in house, with the needed rapid DC discharge; has built a prototype power unit and proved its capability to synthesize neutrons via the use of available Directional Neutron Sources; and has initiated the construction of a full size power unit suitable to synthesize neutrons in number, direction and energy sufficient to scan soil in mining operations to detect the possible presence of precious metals. We are currently completing the design of the Directional Neutron Source needed in mining operations and look forward with great confidence to the successful completion of the project."
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