SAFIRE – “Stellar Atmoshperic Function in Regulation Experiment”

The role of the SAFIRE project is to replicate the atmosphere of sun in lab on earth and test electric sun model. It offers gamechanging applicability towards alternative energy production, nuclear remediation, elemental transmutation, and much more. They do not make claims of free energy whatsoever and do not have an official ties to the Thunderbolts Project.

Results from 2019 testing are exceeding expectations from previous years. In 2018 SAFIRE was capable of producing electrode temperatures around 1000 ̊K and temperature around 3,000,000 K within the layers of plasma.

SAFIRE Project 2019 UPDATE –

“See the Patterns” Reaction to SAFIRE Update:

SAFIRE Response to “See the Patterns” Response:

Summary Report:


SAFIRE Videos –

Basic summary of SAFIRE:


SAFIRE Major Discoveries

  • Dark Mode plasma electromagnetic structures
  • Sequestering of heavy elements to the SAFIRE core
  • New elements confirmed by Mass & Optical spectra, SEM, & EDAX
  • Extreme atmospheric pressure changes – response to high energy plasma discharges (may be analogous to the changes in the velocity of the Solar wind due to CME’s)

SAFIRE technological capabilities

SAFIRE controls the following variables in their experiments: pressure, voltage, gas, current, anode, cathode, time.

  • Stable self-organizing plasma double layers shells
  • Stable plasm tuffs analagous to stellar plasma tufting in the photosphere
  • Trapping of ions, electrons, and molecules with Double Layers
  • Energy densities analogous to the Sun
  • Electromagnetic confinement of matter
  • Steep voltage drop just off the surface of the anode
  • Acceleration of ions form the SAFIRE core
  • Spectral line broadening showing higher energies in plasma corona
  • Uniform thermal radiation emission – low thermal buoyancy
  • Creation of concurrent collisional and non-collisional plasma
  • High energy discharges with low power input (may be analagoys to Solar CMEs)
  • Chemistry as a catalyst to Double Layer Formation
  • Slowing the speed of light by 5x (as a response to dense plasma)
  • Analagous transformer/ capacitor behavior
  • Continuous Spectrum from plasma double layers
  • Production of 10.2eV vacuum ultra violet light
  • Production of copious amounts of atomic hydrogen
  • Production of free protons
  • Production of virtual cathode
  • Potential of Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR)
  • Confinement of high-energy photons (photon trapping).
  • Producing in electron density comparable to the photosphere, heliosphere, and nuclear bombs.
  • Acceleration of ions through the spherical plasma double layers to ballistic velocities.
  • Confinement of ions and electrons – (plasma wells)
  • Limiting of electron impingement on anode – cool anode
  • Limiting of ion / proton impingement on cathode – virtual cathode


Evidence of Transmutation


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  Design of Experiments Methodology

  • Optical Spectroscopy
  • Mass Spectroscopy
  • Langmuir Probe Measurements
  • Plasma voltage control
  • Plasma current control
  • Infrared plasma measurements
  • Ultra Violet light measurements
  • RF measurement and data acquisition
  • EMI / EMF / EM measurement and data acquisition
  • Scanning Electron Microscopy
  • Materials testing.
  • Material deposition and erosion tests
  • Optical Microscopy
  • Polarimetry
  • High resolution video and still capture
  • Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition – all control systems
  • Dissociation of pressure / distance (Pd) – Paschen’s Law – Cathode telemetry control
  • Real time multi gas pressure and vacuum control
  • High resolution 3D probe telemetry control
  • Real time multi stream data synchronization and data transformation