Born in Iran in 1958, son to an X-ray engineer, he was introduced to the world of radiation and nuclear at a very young age.
In the mid-seventies he moved to Europe for further education in the field of nuclear physics.
In 1981 he graduated from Queen Mary College, University of London, as a nuclear engineer specialized in reactor technology system control.
He has spent the past years completing this system for production of gravity and energy using a radioactive, clean and safe, hydrogen fueled reactor.
He has covered all aspects of the design of a new plasma nuclear system from zero base to it’s final present stage. These being the design, fuel, control and applications.
Since 2002 he has concentrated his effort to finish the full design of his technology for launch into the scientific world and industry.
He was invited by one of leading western country’s, through its government office organizations in September of 2004 for evaluation of his technology.
His technology was considered by scientists at University level from November of 2004 until March 2005.
In March 2005, the report from the university has identified that energy production through this new technology is feasible.
In April 2005 developing company partner was found for the study of the practicality of developing this system, through the government organizations. It was accepted between both parties and the development company is satisfied that the system is practical and workable to produce as was reported in the feasibility study by the university scientist. As of the 17.8.2005 the systems’ preliminary evaluation was complete and the parties agreed that they are ready to proceed with the physical production of the first “Gravitational and Energy system
European and international patents for technology have been applied in early October of 2005for all aspects of possible use of the new technology, covering some hundreds of applications.
At the end of 2005 and the beginning of 2006 several static plasma reactors were built to confirm the theoretical insights stated before. These static reactors all work at room temperature and at normal atmospheric pressure. They provide voltage and current. Since the beginning of 2006 several prototypes of dynamic plasma reactors specifically designed to achieve lift and motion were built and successfully tested.
Through development of new systems, deposits of nano-carbon layers are generated, and Raman spectroscopy has confirmed that these to be in SP2 Sp3 form.
Tests of health use of plasma reactors, in cooperation with doctors have been achieved whichresults of some of trials can be seen on the health section of this web-site.
Publishing of a paperabout the direct capturing of CO2 and CH4 from the environment was completed, where the CO2 and CH4 in a liquid state at room temperature and room pressure was achieved. The CO2 and CH4 were proven by IR and XRD spectroscopy performed by a Belgian University.
In July 2009 the first book “The universal order of creation of Matter”was published.
In the first months of 2011 the second book “The structure of the light” book was published.
In October of 2011 the third book “The Origin of the universe” was published.
The intellectual properties related to this technology have been transferred in 2006 to “StichtingThe Keshe Foundation” in The Netherlands. The main objective of this Foundation is the repartition of licensing fees to over five different area’s related to mankind welfare and world education
The time will inevitably come when mechanistic and atomic thinking will be put out of the minds of all people of wisdom, and instead dynamics and chemistry will come to be seen in all phenomena. When that happens, the divinity of living Nature will unfold before our eyes all the more clearly.
Johann von Goethe, 1812