Clean Fusion Energy

Unified Gravity Corporation's patent application entitled Hydrogen Lithium Fusion Device was published November 27, 2014 and reviews seven years of experimental proton-lithium fusion data and can be viewed by clicking the patent application title above.

The Gravity Theory Based on Mass-Energy Equivalence (MEE Gravity Theory) published in the physics journal Acta Physica Polonica B determines the proton energy for the Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) process that was pioneered by Unified Gravity Corporation.


The largest high-energy particle peak count rates achieved with the alpha particle detection system have exceeded 500,000 CPS with energies around 5 MeV after penetrating a 25 micron thick grounded aluminized mylar shield directly in front of a stainless steel disk with a 1 micron diameter aperture positioned at a distance of 4 cm from the proton-lithium plasma.

The proton-lithium fusion power output may be determined by measuring high-energy alpha particles with calibrated
ORTEC ruggedized particle detectors and performing standard solid angle calculations to determine total alpha particle production. There is no harmful radiation produced. Current research includes additional methods for measuring fusion power.