An interview with the inventor of what could be the next generation of commercial space travel and clean energy generation, said to be ready for licensing. We’re talking super fast and cheap travel, and super cheap energy. 3 kW units are available for viewing or testing by qualified licensing parties.
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Copyright © 2009
While the world commemorates the Apollo astronauts‘ landing on the moon 40 years ago, I was privileged Monday, on the moon landing anniversary, to interview nuclear engineer, Mehran T. Keshe of the Keshe Foundation, who on that momentous day had sent out notice to government leaders around the world that he has a plasma technology in Belgium with anti-gravity (not his terminology) and energy-generating ramifications that could lead the way to commercially viable journeys into space and to the moon, along with generating affordable, renewable energy…
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