Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, nuclear engineer
Born In Iran in 1958, son to an X-ray engineer, he was introduced to the world of radiation and nuclear at a very young age.
In the mid-seventies he
moved to Europe for further education in the field of nuclear physics.
In 1981 he graduated from Queen Mary College, University of London, as a nuclear engineer specialized in reactor technology system control.
has spent the past years completing this system for production of gravity and energy using a radioactive, clean and safe, hydrogen fueled reactor.
has covered all aspects of the design of a new system, from zero base to it's final present state.
These being in design, fuel, control and applications.
So it is designed and developed solely by him.
Since 2002 he
has concentrated his
effort to finish the full design of his
technology for launch into the scientific world.
was invited by one of leading western country's, through its government office organizations in September of 2004 for evaluation of his
technology was considered by scientists at University level from November of 2004 until March 2005.
In March 2005, the report from the university has identified that energy production through this new technology is feasible.
Since release of this report efforts were made through authorities to facilitate the development of this system in the host country.
In April 2005 a highly reputable developing company partner was found for the study of the practicality of developing this system, through the government organizations.
As of April 2005 there has been a close collaboration between Mr. Keshe
and the development company for a full practical study of the first prototype.
Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, the founder.
, Keshe Technologies
or Mr. Mehran Keshe
are not responsible for the actions of Mr. Van Den Elshout and disclaim any agreement signed by him.
This person is not allowed to present, promote, offer or represent the Keshe Foundation, Keshe Technologies or Mr. Mehran Keshe in any way.