Funding of AIAS / UPITEC

The Institute is well funded, partly funded by industry through organizations associated with individual Fellows. For example the Alex Hill environment ( has been well funded for about thirty years and has recently expanded into a venture partnership with a U.S. company. Douglas Lindstrom and Russ Davies work with a company in Florida, Magnetic Miles Llc., to develop pulsed LENR. Doug has recently made a business tour of China. Steve Bannister works in the Department of Economics, University of Utah and is able to make carefully selected funding applications in the limited time available to him from his other duties. All the Fellows raise their own salaries in one way or another. In view of the successful development of energy from spacetime circuits (UFT313, 321, 364, 382 and 383) it would be optimal in my opinion to coordinate work on Energy from Spacetime (ES) and Pulsed LENR. I have successfully raised my own funding since 1995. We are doing radically new work, of acknowledged importance and impact, so should be liberally funded by State Agencies and industry. I never pressurize the staff into fund raising, they raise funds at their own initiative and in their own time. It would be optimal to persuade the State of Utah to reopen its LENR initiative, and expand it into an ES / LENR initiative. Such an initiative could also proceed in other localities, such as Florida and Muenich, and also in a locality in Wales. The best way forward in my opinion is to just develop the circuits in a company and put them on the market. This would cut through the bureaucratic red tape. Magnetic Miles is already up and running and could expand into ES circuits. The circuits have been proven to be reproducible and repeatable in UFT364, the next stage is certification and patenting, then manufacture.

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