Energy is the lifeblood of our modern and prosperous lifestyle. Since the industrial revolution began in 1850, humanity has harnessed energy to power our cities, our factories, and our dreams. We have used energy to overcome poverty, eradicate diseases, and connect people across the planet.
But humanity faces a real threat. That’s because 80% of the world’s energy come from dirty, fossil fuels. They release toxic pollution into our environment and greenhouse gases that drive global warming. The world pumps 28 Billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere each year. This is enough to cover the area the size of Australia in a blanket two meters thick. As a result, the world’s oceans are now heating at a rate of 300 trillion watts, the equivalent of detonating 5 Hiroshima A-bombs every second of every day of every year.
It is important to note that the CO2 does not make the heat, it merely holds in in preventing it’s escape into space. Our team member, Eliza Donovan, did calorimetry on the entire planet, showing it was how we generated our power for electricity, vehicles etcetera that caused the massive temp rise in petawatts of wasted, unconverted heat energy. This needs to end, and it can by increasing our conversion efficiency from an embarrassing 15-30% to 90% and above. Every watt wasted as heat adds to this problem globally.
To reverse this trend, we need cleaner, more efficient sources of energy. Renewable sources like solar PV and wind are growing at staggering paces, but these alone may not be enough.
Is there a breakthrough technology that can get us there and provide us the security we seek?
Human ingenuity brought us to the 21st century, and with determination it can take us to a sustainable future and provide for everyone’s needs. A rapid transition to renewable energy sources will also be driven by sheer economics. The industrial and technological booms of emerging nations are bringing online billions of high-demand energy consumers, now just as voracious as their American and European counterparts. Already, China’s energy consumption is expected to double by 2030, and India is right on its tail. In our ‘linear and scarcity-minded’ world of fossil fuels, these skyrocketing trends present a problem: more demand equals more environmental devastation, higher prices, and increased geopolitical tensions as the ‘haves’ supply the ‘have-nots.’
We believe that solving this problem can only be done by visionary people and advanced technology. We aim to complete the journey from our existing benchmarks to market as quickly as possible.
We call our reactor the URANGARA, meaning ‘The Sun’ from one of the Aboriginal tribes of Australia.
We welcome you to join us on this exciting journey.
Join us in changing the course of history.
Core Urangara Team
Fulvio Fabiani (Italy)
LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reactions) System Consultant
The lead engineer on major LENR projects. No other person has the hands-on knowledge and experience of Fulvio Fabiani when it comes to working with LENR. He was for many years he has been the interpreter and engineer of many LENR ideas and concepts.
“We have tried lots of things, and we have made some twenty and more different reactors. And I can assure you that with some of them we have truly seen a new world. Energy density, reaction capacity, in the sense of things never seen. The new frontier of energy. The field that this reaction opens up is so vast that it’s almost impossible to imagine all the capabilities and possibilities.”
Fabiani about the 1 MW trial plant
“My ‘baby’ as I call it, because I and my colleagues put it all together, I see my baby walking every day, and now I can even feel her breath, as I call it. You feel it when she produces steam and bubbles. We have learned to identify some moments of the reaction as a function of the type of boiling inside. Just try to imagine. Now we really know what she’s doing by the ear. And every day I collect about 1.5 million records. And it is impressive.
The Urangara is a completely different projects. The diversity of this technology makes it completely applicable to new projects and research and development. I am extremely excited to be working with Elizabeth and Roger on developing the worlds first working LENR reactor and bringing the Urangara project to the marketplace as fast as possible. The world needs us!”
– LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reactions) System Consultant Fulvio Fabiani
Elizabeth V. Donavan (USA/Spain)
Inventor, Author, Technician, Trouble-shooter and Consulting Engineer
Elizabeth has worked with various inventors and entrepreneurs in troubleshooting various designs in alternative energy. Elizabeth is a sort after consultant because of her unique ability to deeply research and understand complex “thinking outside of the box’ technologies. She is also a prototype machinist, knowledgeable in 3D printing techniques as well as various CAD systems and prototype assembly. She brings to the table over 30 year-experience in prototyping and product development. Her theories along with Fulvio’s experience is the A team in LENR development.
Dan Winter (USA/France)
Inventor, Author, Scientist, and Consulting Engineer
Dan is one of the leading scientists in the field of “Implosion Engineering” and a pioneering researcher in the field of Fractality Physics, including plasma technologies and biofeedback inventions. Dan has created breakthroughs in science with his Fractal Field applications and is known for his work on bio-magnetic coherent fields. He was the first to propose that the golden ratio is the electric cause of gravity and presented this theory at the Budapest International Unified Field Conference. The Golden ratio, which appears in the geometry of a variety of creations in Nature, is found to arise right in the Bohr radius of the hydrogen atom due to the opposite charges of the electron and proton.
He has undertaken many diverse studies, from quantum physics to modeling at the MIT space lab to developing the early biofeedback prototype equipment as Dr. Albert Axe’s protégé. Graduating with honors from the University of Detroit, Dan pursued graduate studies in psychophysiology and the origin of languages. In addition to his academic background, he has worked as a Systems Analyst with IBM, an industrial metallurgist and crystallographer.
Among his many projects, Dan is developing a new breakthrough theory on gravity. He believes recursive nesting in field geometries is what creates the implosion “magnetic monopole” wind centering force we call gravity.
Dan is applying unique theories to the development of the Urangara cold fusion reactor.
Roger Green (Australia/NZ/USA)
Roger Green originally from New Zealand, is an international businessman based in Sydney and New York. He has been active for over 25 years in alternative energy systems, eco-design initiatives, and organic horticultural projects.
Roger has supported many innovative R & D technologies and is the project manager of the emerging cold fusion technology referred to as the URANGARA reactor.