Aureon Energy Video: SAFIRE 3 Reactor “Nuclear Rearrangement” for Transmuting Elements

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.

They write:

“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.”

They state they have partnered with with GEL Laboratories and Radpro Laboratories to establish radiation safety protocols.

The video is available on Vimeo at the link below:

And it can be seen on the Aureon Energy website at: