Space Plasma Nanotechnology
The “Enhancement space unit” was introduced to the European public in a glorious ceremony that took place at the Keshe Foundation’s space research centre in Linz, Austria
Our team travels to Europe, somewhere in the distant, but very charming Linz, to meet the
Iranian Professor and Scientist of Nuclear Technology, Mehran Tavakoli Keshe with main area of expertise in the control of reactor technology systems.
Among his other such charismatic qualities, as an entrepreneur, researcher and author, in his book The Origin of the Universe he states that: “The creation of a new universe is as
simple as the creation of an atom resulting from its division by neutrons, so universes result from divisions of larger universal worlds, just as the same logic will be followed by the universal future of man.”
M.T. Keshe followed in the professional footsteps of his father, who as an X-ray Engineer passed on his love of science and the world of radiation and nuclear science. In 1981 he graduated from Queen Mary College, University of London. He completed a radioactive reactor system, using hydrogen as fuel, to produce gravity and energy, which proved to be extremely safe. Anti-protons and anti-hydrogens dominate the Universe and present extraterrestrial treatises. Electron-hole pairs have their place in a cosmic supercomputer that holds unknown aspects of space technology and presents it as the new future existential possibility.
As Heraclitus advocated, ‘nature loves to hide itself’, which, as you will see below, does not apply in the case of our guest today. So for the record, in 2016, Professor Keshe started accepting applications for astronaut training. The whole basis of his study goes back to using forms of matter called GANS that while modified in their core composition, still retain characteristics that help them to interactively change with the magnetic behavior of the plasma.
“The new technology enhances the body’s functions through plasma and allows
the body to regenerate and return to its natural balanced state, giving the body the opportunity
for each cell to find its natural balance and to develop the forces of its natural field.”
But what is a Plasma?
In both physics and chemistry, we call plasma the state of matter in which it does not take on a specific volume and shape due to itself (as is the case in gases), and in addition, its electrically charged atomic particles (ions and electrons) are free and not in molecular bonds. We will deal with the introduction of new space and plasma nanotechnology products based on the interaction of magnetic fields, both of the environment and of the human body. The name of these is GANS.
After the categorization of matter into liquid, gas, and solid forms, there is the sub-categorization of matter into nano GANS and other similar forms, with the role of plasma predominating.
These are “solid-gas” nanoparticles, such as zinc oxide or copper oxide, whose chemical composition is also perceived as solids. The nano state of a gas in its magnetic gravitational plasma state describes its rotation
Around by magnetic plasma energy fields, like the Sun. A GANS particle, to understand its essence, contains essentially millions of Suns in it. We now know that GANS is another state of matter at the atomic level. The new technology strengthens the functions of the body through the plasma and allows the body to regenerate and return to its natural balanced state, enabling each cell to find its natural balance and develop forces of its natural field.
Some time ago, it was officially announced that three organizations that make up the cooperation between Iran, China, and Austria are partnering to create an innovative technological product through nano-science, which is expected to bring a major breakthrough in many areas of the medical world. The “Enhancement space unit” came as a panacea to relieve humanity from the pain of physical as well as mental health and bring about the harmonization of the human body in full balance with the mechanism of human functioning in conjunction with the functioning of the mechanism of the environment.
Just 40 representatives, from the government, the scientific community, and the journalistic staff experienced the new space technology first hand. In the near future, we will have an exclusive interview with the Professor himself to explain the substantial benefits of the innovation that the plasma’s nano space technology has to offer humanity.
So according to years of scientific studies, the new revolutionary technology of the “Universal Enhancement Spaceship” is the integration of the new science and technology of GANS plasma substances, which enhances the cells of the human body in relation to the environment.
In addition, the Professor of Nuclear Science, Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, has an exological mind of unimaginable intelligence and is distinguished by his holistic beliefs for a more humane world with the equality and justice of collective consciousness. Two months ago, the first public exhibition was held in Lintz, Austria, where he premiered his work in the world of nanospace and intelligent design.
A brilliant exhibition, where powerful world leaders, business leaders, politicians, scientists, state investors, and powerful lobbies were productively involved in the successful event.
“The new evolutionary technology of the “Universal Enhancement Spaceship” is the integration of the new science and technology of GANS plasma substances, which enhances the cells of the human body in response to the environment”
High-end plasma-based space nanotechnology products are not at all cheap and their potential customers are expected to be governmental state agencies and, of course, tycoons around the world. I contacted the professor two days ago, as well as members of his team, and a giant deal with a medical giant in the Arab World is expected in the near future. One of the answers I got, following the 3-hour introductory webinar he hosted, was this:
“No, my dear Ms. Kyropoulos, we are not thinking competitively, but synergistically. We are offering a new technology and we are introducing the innovative medical proposal that will facilitate the work of many multinationals operating in the health sector to aim for a more human-centred perspective at the research and practical level.”
I have to admit, both the Professor and his colleagues pleasantly surprised me, but also made me wonder about what is to come in the future. Could it be that the future is already here?