The SAFIRE project (Stellar Atmospheric Function In Regulation Experiment) is exploring the “electric sun” hypothesis. Recently Montgomery Childs reported that SAFIRE Project is finding nuclear products and massive energy spikes with a device designed to simulate the electric sun
The following post was submitted by Axil Axil
There is a layer of dark mode hydrogen that accuculates near the surface of the hydrogen plasma ball in the SAFIRE experiment. It absorbs energy until it reaches a limit where it erupts. The input power is 1800 watts of DC power and the power produced during an eruption is between 2,000,000 to a maximum of 10,000,000 watts. There is also signs of a material with a nucleon count of 3 being produced in the experiment.
A theory that could explain the development of the dark layer is the “Dark mode” polariton soliton theory. The polariton “Black Hole” absorbs energy until it reaches a limit whereupon it explodes in a bosenova. This is a behavior that is also seen in the experiments of Holmlid and defkalion among other LENR experiments.
This theory can be verified by the appearance of K-mesons and its decay products such as muons and electrons. A particle detector that follows Holmlid’s design might work well in the Safire experiment it show that a tachyon based nuclear process is happening in SAFIRE.
This SAFIRE experiment looks a lot like the plasmatron, an overunity power device produced in the 1980’s using hydrogen based plasma.
Experimenters in overunity could duplicate the SAFIRE and/or the plasmatron experiment and test for emissions of sub-atomic particles.