News Release 50
Chemical, Nuclear & Mirror Energy
December 20, 2007
been questions on how the different types of energy: Chemical, Nuclear, and
is produced when two elements or molecules combine to produce new molecules.
The energy is equal to the difference in the electron structure.
is produced by fission when one element is split into
two elements or fusion when two elements are combined to one element. The energy is equal to the difference in mass.
Mirror Energy is produced when
matter and antimatter are converted into energy. The energy, which is created according Einstein’s equation,
is the mass times the speed of
light squared or
E = mc2.
there are limited quantities of chemical and nuclear fuels, Mirror Energy
is the most efficient energy source and could supply the World’s energy
needs for billions of years.