Why does the sun shine?

Dr. James Ryder, Managing Director IBEX Mission, NASA
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PHD in physics , Astrophysicist

Michael Clarage

Dr Clarage gained his PhD in physics from Brandeis University, studying the biological and statistical behavior of proteins.

Dr. Michael Clarage – He has researched binary pulsars at the Arecibo radio telescope, and made discoveries in the areas of fractional calculus and chaotic systems. He designed and managed the production of one of the first secure phone messaging apps for physician communication. His public lectures have shown many new ways to understand relativity and dimensions, metaphysics in biology, and how to include the idea of “function” in astronomical phenomena.

Dr Clarage bridges the gap between astrophysics and the SAFIRE laboratory. A tremendous amount of astronomical data needs to be reinterpreted to take into account the influence of electric fields and currents, which have been largely ignored in astronomy. Plasma physics and key astronomical data from NASA & ESA then need to be coordinated in laboratory experiments.


The SAFIRE Project: Transformative Technology

The SAFIRE Project has successfully reverse-engineered the atmosphere of the sun in a laboratory on Earth. Montgomery Childs and Dr. Michael Clarage will compare two theoretical models of the sun – gravitational and electrical – and present evidence from the most recent SAFIRE experiments relating to energy production, transmutation of elements, and remediation of radioactive materials.