Aureon Energy has produced a new video that chronicles a new phase in their work. They are moving from basic to applied science.
They have developed a process they call nuclear rearrangement (as opposed to fusion or fission)
The video explains that the Safire project is now a commercial project rather than a science experiment. By changing the nucleus of the atom to produce elemental transmutation in a liquid. Their goal is to remove radioactivity from fracking wastewater.
They have created a new laboratory and have miniaturized the Safire reactor. They are working on building a commercial prototype that is capable of running 24/7 for days at a time for processing wastewater.
“During November and December, the SAFIRE Project achieved another significant milestone.
“We introduced a liquid medium, instead of gas and turned the liquid into a dense ionizing plasma and have successfully transmuted thorium into many stable non-radioactive daughter elements.
The results have been validated by a third-party professional laboratory in the U.S. which specializes in this industry.”
The video is available on Vimeo at the link below:
And it can be seen on the Aureon Energy website at: https://aureon.ca