Nuclear Reactor

The Nuclear Reactor Concept is based on testing of Americium 241.  Please see the videos below.  Also read the article "The Greatest Energy Discovery of the 21st Century".  In this article we mention being able to excite the nitrogen atoms which are semi-inert as well as helium and argon which are both noble and inert gases.

This is done, not by normal combustion, but by exciting the atoms.  In turn, the atoms give off energy.  When a material is placed into the Atom Exciter Energy Field it also turns into energy.  This is why the Atom Exciter Energy Field has so much energy in a little spot.  However, when we put in a small amount of Americium 241 we discovered the Atom Exciter Energy Field became much larger and created an energy cloud, a controlled release of nuclear energy.  This could be done in a chamber as shown in the Concept Drawing Number 1.  Concept Drawing Number 2 shows using a manifold and other types of energy.

Present day nuclear reactors control the energy release largely in part by embedding nuclear material into ceramic or graphite pellets and, in turn, into longer rods called fuel rods.  This is very effective.  However, once energized, it has to be maintained by water cooling.  If something happens and can't be cooled, it could start a melt-down.  Plus, after the rods lose their strength after years of service, the spent rods get too weak and have to be replaced by new ones.  The old rods need to be stored.  This is also a problem.

Our Electron Exciter and Atom Exciter Energy Field can take care of both problems.

Nuclear material could be made into a wire or rods, crushed, or granulated and be fed into or along with our Atom Exciter Energy Field at controlled speeds to give off energy as needed.  The nuclear material would be used up as needed so there wouldn't be left over material to store.  Nuclear material that is stored now could be handled the same way to release its radioactive energy.  This could be turned into some other source of energy.  It could also be used for energy without processing it through nuclear fission or less power and less dangerous material.

Nuclear reactors can be very dangerous and should eventually be replaced with a combustion engine running on air. (See part IV)

Some power plants that generate electricity use diesel, gasoline, or natural gas engines.  These engines use fuel for power that exhaust carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.  These engines could be fueled by air (oxygen and nitrogen) just like gasoline engines.

Our Electron Exciter could be powered by a battery, wind, water, solar power, or a smaller engine to produce the Atom Exciter Energy Field for combustion to start it.  Once running, the motor could supply power for the Electron Exciter.

Nuclear reactors should continue to be used until all stored radioactive material is depleted.  This would give power companies time to switch over to pollution free engines that run on air.  Coal fired power could do the same thing.

Galaxy, LLC is looking for large companies or our government to bring their scientists and engineers to witness this new discovery and phenomenon of igniting 100% air to help us expand on what could be part of the Greatest Discovery of this 21st Century.

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This video shows the Energy Field ignited nitrogen fed in through the electrodes.  Notice the yellow flame it creates.

This video show tungsten and graphite being put into the Energy Field.  They vaporize almost immediately.  Placing a hand next to the Energy Field shows it is not hot.

Nuclear material, such as Americium 241 is inserted into the Energy Field.  The bright flashes of light show the energy coming from the material.