GENEDYNE CORPORATION Announces SCIENTIFIC BREAKTHROUGH IN RENEWABLE NON-POLLUTING CLEAN ENERGY

GENEDYNE CORPORATION Announces SCIENTIFIC BREAKTHROUGH IN RENEWABLE NON-POLLUTING CLEAN ENERGY. The Orion Magnetic Electron Converter System Proof of safe electron particle decay.

Our team of electrical engineers, being fascinated with magnets as many of us are, and with some understanding of mass related energy sources, realized that the mode of energy extraction used to obtain energy from nuclear fission processes must be improved. Continued research and development work led the team to heights never before achieved.


After many prototypes, the anomalous behavior of some of our electromagnetic devices we designed and built needed clarification. This behavior which did not fit conventional motor design concepts and practice, led our technical team to relentlessly search to find out what exactly made our motors run. Test after test, along with independent testing laboratories, showed that there was a yet to be known hidden source of energy which moved these motors.

So after many, many years of unrelenting R&D effort and millions of dollars later, the team is proud to announce their disruptive innovation in their Patent Pending ORION MAGNETIC ELECTRON CONVERTER SYSTEM. We have in this system proved that electron particle decay is the fuel driving these new devices. This source is cost effective in any market, and is noiseless, produces no heat, is renewable and non-polluting. No fossil fuel is used, No carbon footprint, Can be scalable to any Kw or Mv level, Taking up space no larger than small car space, No storage requirement because it's consumption at point of production, Can be movable or rooftop mounted, Since it's solid state, it's inexpensive to mass produce.

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