Alights Upon – Cold Fusion Research and LENR Energy – SPAWAR


The nest instinct through

True imaginings delight

Leads to what’s right


Color the lining new

Tufts soft and light

Bits shiny bright


Into completion it grew

Winged creatures alight

Home for the night


1. To come down and settle, as after flight.

2. To come by chance: alight on a happy solution.

3. To dismount from a horse or vehicle.

Word Origin & History


“On Fire” Early 15c., apparently from M.E. aliht , pp. of alihton O.E. on-lihtan

“To Light Up” also “To Shine Upon”

From Old English

ālīhtan : ā- , intensive pref. + līhtan , to relieve of a burden, from līht , light

“To relieve an animal mount of weight” or to “Relieve a burden from another”

Hey O.G.

Yes yo!

Yo! Yo! Yo!

Yes You! We really do mean each of you!

To those Old Guys and Gals who earned the right to be called Early Cold Fusioneers.

We Honor the Elders of Cold Fusion Research with this oft repeated bit of prose.

Not so far in the near distant future the next generation will look back on our generation as the last of the Fire Era and know in fact that Energy Shortage was a term for unenlightened minds.

Thank you for bringing us the 18th International Conference of Cold Fusion Research.

As pointed out at the conference.

You have all now turned eighteen and the field is stepping into it’s power.

Thanks Pamela Bose!

Your award was aptly awarded and you are absolutely correct.

Quote Pamela: “We need to work together.”

Pamela, We hope you get to publish all of your research soon.

Then we can finally and truthfully begin to “work together”.

We hear you Pamela… Truly We do.

It must be really hard to still function while you are sequestered.

You and your wonderful works deserve a big round of applause.

We hope your colleagues will allow you to publish the really juicy stuff soon.

Ask them if you can and let us know what they say.

Encourage them to be truthful

Then you will surely earn

All the childrens’ respect

David Kidwell,

Pamela might talk to you about the transmutation of elements through the application of different forms of LENR Energy. Study up on the value of controlled neutron and proton (X-Ray) creation. This is the key to fine tuning the elimination of different types of radioactive elements. Remember that the really slow (or sometimes fast) moving LENR subatomic particles are very effective on the nano scale yet are often very difficult to detect from a distance outside the cold fusion low energy nuclear reactive environment. The neutron and proton emissions can be tailored for specific effects by control of frequency pulses within the lattice.

Look closely David

  • The actual transmutation of many different elements has been observed at a U.S. National Research Laboratory

  • SPAWAR A United States of America National Research Laboratory

  • David. Wait a minute.  

  • Yes we know and understand what you’re saying.

  • Yes indeed.

  • Few people get to know what’s actually going on in there.

  • While everyone can easily see what Quantum Rabbit Labs is all about.

  • Do to their work and the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project and other efforts.

  • New young researchers are entering the field of LENR Energy.

SPAWAR – DOE and the DOD

You are stifling this important science and young U.S. researchers interest in it.

It’s time to release your LENR Energy Transmutation of Nuclear Waste Research to the international scientific community at large.

It’s now time to get everyone on board and up to date.

Hey DoD and DoE. It’s time to stop spoon feeding us. We can feed ourselves.

You have the Rossi device and the GeNie in your hands. It’s now time to share.

Or suffer from totally unnecessary humiliation and disgrace.

Meaning your children will have less reasons to like you.

Remember we love you and understand. It’s stupid to lose love and respect.

Seek and give fellowship, appreciation, and love within your community.

Love and Honesty are always healthier than Hate and Fear.

Controlling Strength pales in comparison to Trust and Love.

Believe in the Peoples of the Earth.

Cold Fusion Now!

Navy LENR SPAWAR Series Transmute Radioactive Waste

ASME International Conference Radioactive Waste Management – LENR

Google radioactive waste transmutation. See that the Quantum Rabbit Labs “LENR-Induced Transmutation of Nuclear Waste” Infinite Energy publication is the top on the list of 182,000! According to Google, more people are taking a look at the Quantum Rabbit Labs (pdf) than any other source for promising information on this important subject. Many of the people reviewing Quantum Rabbit are about to convene in Belgium.

The science of LENR induced transmutation of nuclear waste is entering the engineering phase. Mechanical engineers with knowledge of handling uranium wastes are needed in the LENR field. The meeting in Belgium is where they are found. You will also find leaders in the nuclear industry and their watchdog agencies in attendance.

The conference is organized by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

The ASME has 130,000 members in 150 countries and 147 Student Chapters. ASME has 30,000 student members.

ASME Strategic Priorities

Global Impact

  • ASME seeks to deliver locally relevant engineering resources to advance public safety and quality of life throughout the world.

  • ASME seeks to have a positive impact on the quality of life throughout the world by providing locally relevant standards, certification, technical information, networking, and advocacy for business, government, academia and practicing engineers.


  • ASME serves as an essential energy technology resource for business, government, academia, practicing engineers and the general public and as a leading energy policy advocate for balanced energy policies in the U.S. and other areas of the world.

Workforce Development

  • ASME is committed to fostering a broader, more competent, and more diverse engineering workforce to improve retention in the profession over all career stages.

  • ASME aims to expand the capacity and effectiveness of the engineering workforce, promote the public good and increase public awareness of the value of the engineering profession.



  • ICEM  Promotes a broad global exchange of information on technologies, operations, management approaches, economics and public policies in the critical areas of environmental remediation and radioactive waste management. The conference provides a unique opportunity to foster cooperation among specialists from countries with mature environmental management programs and those from countries with emerging programs. Attendees include scientists, engineers, technology developers, equipment suppliers, government officials, utility representatives and owners of environmental problems.

  • ICEM2013  Is the fifteenth in a series of international conferences on environmental remediation and radioactive waste management organized by the ASME in cooperation with others. The first conference was held in Hong Kong in 1987, followed by Kyoto, Japan in 1989; Seoul, Korea, in 1991; Prague, Czech Republic, in 1993; Berlin, Germany, in 1995; Singapore in 1997; Nagoya, Japan in 1999; Bruges, Belgium in 2001 and 2007; Oxford, England in 2003; Glasgow, Scotland in 2005; Liverpool, UK in 2009; Tsukuba, Japan in 2010; and Reims, France in 2011. Over 30 countries generally participate.

Conference Schedule (link) or The Preliminary Program (pdf)

These folks are the fission nuclear reaction waste experts.

These are the engineers trying to figure out how to make U238 nuclear energy safe.

They are burdened with these troublesome, complex, and virtually impossible tasks: 

  • We need to deal with fuel rod production facilities, from mining to processing.

  • We need to plan to handle more and more spent radioactive fuel rods DAILY.

  • We need to make sure that elements within these rods or processing facilities are not stolen.

  • We need to engineer methods to store extremely reactive wastes in ways that contain it: dry cask, glass, Yucca Mt, salt caverns… etc.

  • We are responsible for this containment for hundreds and hundreds of generations.

  • We need to design safe methods for decomissioning reactors and facilities.

  • We need engineer methods to clean up catastrophic nuclear events.

  • Fukushima

  • Three Mile Island

  • Chernobyl

  • Navajo Nation

  • Hanover

  • etc. etc. etc.

LENR Transmutation of Nuclear Waste

A technology that transmutes problematic radioactive elements to benign elements is a blessing for these folks. A technology that transmutes radioactive waste while making energy is the breakthrough we have been waiting for. LENR transmutation of nuclear waste is that breakthrough technology. As these engineers enter the clean energy cold fusion LENR field, designing reactors similar to the Global Energy Corporation GeNie, the problems of the U238 industry will be remedied. The legacy of dirty nuclear power will begin to fade.

  • Their burden will be lifted.

  • My burden. Your burden as well.

  • Thank you Quantum Rabbit Labs for a solution openly shared.

  • LENR researchers are encouraged to attend the conference in Belgium.

  • I hope their next conference will be held in the U.S.A.


  • The transmutation of nuclear wastes through LENR.

  • The work of Quantum Rabbit Labs.

  • Advanced LENR Cold Fusion engineering.

  • SPAWAR LENR offering transmutation technology.

  • The inexpensive popularly known cold fusion LENR GeNie Reactor.

  • The end of dirty U238 nuclear energy.

Related Posts See Navy LENR Patent Granted – Transmutes Nuclear Waste

International and National lobby groups

Promoting this solution are encouraged


The nest instinct through

True imaginings delight

Leads to what’s right


Color the lining new

Tufts soft and light

Bits shiny bright


Into completion it grew

Winged creatures alight

Home for the night


1. To come down and settle, as after flight.

2. To come by chance: alight on a happy solution.

3. To dismount from a horse or vehicle.

Word Origin & History


“On Fire” Early 15c., apparently from M.E. aliht , pp. of alihton O.E. on-lihtan

“To Light Up” also “To Shine Upon”

From Old English

ālīhtan : ā- , intensive pref. + līhtan , to relieve of a burden, from līht , light

“To relieve an animal mount of weight” or to “Relieve a burden from another”

Transmutation of Nuclear Waste – LENR SPAWAR Navy Patent


The nuclear waste problem is totally unresolved. There are no sites, no containers and no places on earth which can safely contain radioactive waste materials. No container will outlive the radioactivity of its contents. Areas contaminated with radioactive waste are uninhabitable for the lifetime of their radioactive contents, which can amount to half a million years. Unless a process for transmuting radioactive wastes is developed, the best that we can hope for is above ground disposal sites managed by responsible people with valid monitoring systems. It is impossible to monitor radioactive waste that has been dumped into our rivers or the ocean, buried in the ground or shot into space.

What kind of legacy are we leaving our children and their children?

Is their hope?


This article addresses nuclear waste contamination from ionizing radiation, the kind produced by nuclear plants, nuclear tests, medical procedures, food irradiators, facilities that sterilize via the use of radiation, and research facilities using radioactive isotopes.

There are at least 110 nuclear reactors in the United States. Currently, they generate 3,000 tons of nuclear waste each year. Well over 22,000 tons have already accumulated, according to a May 11, 1993 USA Today article on the nuclear waste crisis. Today (1997), this has increased to 34,000 tons. This waste would fill a football field nine feet deep.

This tonnage does not include low-level wastes – materials that come in contact with radioactive substances. These wastes, such as gloves, filters, tools and clothing, come from nuclear power plants, hospitals and research centers that use radioactive substances. There are 100,000 U.S. facilities that use these materials. They produce 1.6 million cubic feet of low-level wastes each year.

Describing the contamination of earth by radiation as “low-level ionizing radiation” is misleading and implies that it is insignificant. It’s not.

Low-level ionizing radiation means 5-15 rems (similar to a red) or about what we all get each year if we don’t work in a nuclear plant. Dr. John Gofman, a pioneer on the health effects of ionizing radiation, calls this the doubling dose, the dose required to double the cancer rate.

More worrisome is Dr. Abram Petkau’s observation that it takes only 700 millirads of protracted radiation (from external or internal sources) to Iyse (break) the cell membrane. By protracted, I mean over a period of time, instead of all at once. In the absence of antioxidant enzyme protection, such as superoxide dismutase and catalase, a mere 10-20 millirads were required to destroy the cell membrane. P.S., we’re all deficient in antioxidant enzymes because there’s much more radiation-induced free radical damage than nature intended, thanks to the nuclear industry.

There has been no viable solution to the nuclear waste disposal problem. It is the greatest of all disposal problems, and not just because of clean-up costs. Radioactive waste sites are virtually uninhabitable for the lifetime of the radioactive materials contained, which can amount to thousands of years. There are no containers which will last as long as the radioactive materials stored in them, thereby promising leakage of the radioactivity into the water, soil and air.

The U.S. government and the Department of Energy (DOE) are faced with enormous volumes of radioactive waste, with no solution of how to store them.

An April 8, 1992 article in The Arizona Republic reported the results of an eight-month study by the Environmental Protection Agency on radioactive sites in the United States. The EPA designated 45,361 locations, including factories and hospitals, with nuclear waste contamination ranging from slight to severe.


Despite a one-half-trillion dollar subsidy to the nuclear power and weapons industry over the last 40 years, nuclear power is a dismal economic failure and a safety nightmare. Here are some examples to illustrate the severity of these problems, both financial and safety.

On July 4, 1990, the DOE estimated costs for nuclear cleanup to be $31 billion over the following five years. This figure represents a 50% increase over 1989 projections. In 1991, DOE revised this estimate to $100 billion.

During the last 10 years the nuclear industry and the federal government have spent $6 billion on a plan to store 77,000 metric tons of radioactive waste in tunnels bored into the granite bedrock of Yucca Mountain, Nevada. The San Jose Mercury News reported on July 14, 1992 that a June earthquake caused $ 1 million in damage to a Department of Energy building six miles from the proposed Yucca Mountain, Nevada Site. (The San Jose Mercury News reported on July 14, 1992 that a June earthquake caused $1 million in damage to a Department of Energy building six miles from the proposed Yucca Mountain site). DOE scientists were rattled to discover that the epicenter of the quake was 12 miles from the proposed dump site.

In 1991, mining experts reported that a deep underground salt chamber in the New Mexico desert designated for the first U.S. tests of permanent radioactive waste disposal would probably collapse years before the tests could be completed. The $800 million DOE nuclear- waste disposal project was already years behind schedule when this ominous proection was made (June 14, 1991, The Arizona Republic).


Nuclear waste has been dumped into oceans, rivers and lakes, and into the ground. Leaking containers of radioactive wastes add to this on a daily basis, endangering the earth’s groundwater. There is no permanent storage site that is free from the hazards of radioactive waste.

The following examples are given to indicate the serious and unsolved nature of the nuclear waste crisis.

Port Granby, Canada dump site: Port Granby, east of Oshawa, Canada, is one of three landfills in the Port Hope area storing radioactive waste from a nearby uranium processing plant. Over 40 years, more than half-a-million tons of radioactive waste was buried in 122 14- foot pits in the Port Granby dump. Years of public outcry forced the closing of the dump in 1988. Despite efforts to capture the seepage, radioactive groundwater from this site makes its way down the bluffs, where the current carries it towards Toronto. A greater fear is the cliff sides that are eroding. One day, the bluffs will send chunks of the dump site crashing into the water. Currendy, anti-dump activists debate with nuclear officials over the perilous dump site, with no solution at hand. (New Magazine, Toronto, March 1993).

Russian Dumping: On September 2, 3, and 4, 1992, the Los Angeles Times reported on “The Soviets’ Deadly Nuclear Legacy”. From 1966 to 1991, the Russians dumped nuclear wastes into rivers, lakes and into the ocean. Russia’s deadly atomic legacy is just now coming to light in a report issued in March 1993 by Russian President Boris Yeltsin. From 1949 to 1956, nuclear waste from plutonium refining was dumped into the Techa River, even though radioactivity began showing up 1000 miles downstream in 1953. Today, gamma radiation on the river bank measures 100-times normal levels. Aware of the radioactivity in the Techa, Russian workers began dumping into Lake Karachai. Today, “to stand on its bank, even for a short time, would be deadly,” according to Mira Kosenko, M.D., of the Chelyabinsk Institute of Physics and Biology.

The Russians dumped at least 15 used nuclear reactors including six submarine units containing uranium fuel into the Kara Sea. According to Andrei Zolotkov, a radiation safety engineer, the entire hull section of the obsolete nuclear powered icebreaker V.1. was cut out with blowtorches and sunk. The irradiated mass measured 65 by 65 by 35 feet, or as high as a five-story building. The results of this are now evident. Officials at the Northern Division of the Polar Institute of Fish and Oceanography in Arkhangelsk report that thousands of seals are dying of cancer. This was caused by radioactive pollution of the seabed plus fallout from Russian nuclear tests on Novaya Zemyla, the archipelago where the seals live.

Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant, Colorado: On March 26,1992, Rockwell Intemational Corporation, operator of the Rocky Flats plant pleaded guilty to criminal violations of hazardous-waste laws and the illegal discharging of radioactive wastes into two streams that feed water supplies serving four Colorado Cities. The government fined Rockwell $20 million and selected EG&G Inc. as the new plant operator (Thursday, March 26, 1992, The Arizona Republic).

The Hanford crisis: A new EPA analysis revealed that Hanford workers dumped millions of gallons of radioactive waste into the ground. Some of the wastes were injected deep into the earth, while others were dumped into open trenches or ponds which were later covered with dirt. These wastes contain two long lived carcinogens, technetium 99 and iodine 129. Technetium 99 has a half-life of 212,000 years and iodine 129 a half-life of 16 million years. Because Hanford is located close to the Columbia River, radioactive isotopes continue to flow into the river.

In addition, storage tanks at Hanford are in danger of exploding due to continuous production of extremely reactive, labile products. This serious situation is described below.


There are two storage methods.

The most common is to store the radioactive waste in wafer pools made of reinforced concrete six feet thick lined with stainless steel. The second method is to store the material in dry casks which are transported by rail, ,truck or barge to outdoor storage sites where they are placed on 3-foot reinforced concrete pads.


The 1980 plan for waste storage has unraveled. In this plan, the federal government would be responsible for high-level waste and states would take responsibility for low-level wastes. States could build their own waste sites or form compacts with other states to share common repositories. However, states encountered massive opposition when possible locations were chosen. The problem is unsolved.

The only two current disposal sites, in Richland, Washington and Barnwell, South Carolina, are nearing capacity and will have to shut down. Wastes not allowed to go there are piling up in makeshift storage facilities across the United States. Currently, there are more than 100 makeshift sites in 41 states where nuclear waste is being stored in cooling pools. Many of these sites are in developing areas and some are near businesses, residential areas and schools.

The fight over dump sites continues. As of Tuesday, April 1997, the Senate voted (65-34) to establish a temporary central storage facility for the nation’s 33,000 tons of nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain, northwest of Las Vegas. President Clinton is expected to veto it. If he does, the question of what to do with nuclear garbage will remain unanswered.

Opponents emphasize the danger of transporting hazardous nuclear waste through populated areas by rail or highways and believe that a temporary site in Nevada will lead to a permanent facility there.

This temporary site would be above ground but there is a proposed permanent storage location underground in the same area. This proposal is fraught with controversy. The DOE says that four more years of study are needed before making a final decision. Why? An earthquake of 5.9 magnitude on the Richter scale occurred on June 29, 1992 just six miles from the proposed burial site. Since then, federal officials have had major problems convincing people that nothing can go wrong at their proposed nuclear dump sight. Senator Richard Bryan (Democrat Nevada) said of this quake, “Mother Nature delivered a wake-up call to America’s policy-makers. Placing … high-level radioactive nuclear waste in an active earthquake zone defies common sense.” (San Jose Mercury News, Tuesday, July 14, 1992).

Most people are unaware of how grim it is to have 33,000 tons of radioactive garbage which will take from 30 to 480,000 years to decay to a harmless substance. However, the government knows.

That’s why their policy says that radioactive waste must be stored at least 10,000 years, even though this is hardly realistic. Let me explain. The range of half-lives of these materials varies from 24 seconds to nearly 15.9 million years.

The half-life of a radioactive element is the time it takes it to decay to one-half of its mass. The whole lifetime of a radioactive element is its half-life times 20 years. This makes the situation grim. For example, the half-life of Strontium 90 is 28 years. Multiplying this by 20 gives you a life time of 560 years. For Plutonium 239 with its half-life of 24,000 years, has a whole-life of 20 X 24,000 or 480,000 years. Cesium 137 with its half-life of 30 years will hang around for 600 years.

“Do not be surprised if you learn that the nuclear industry makes billions of dollars by being a part of government’s policy of burial of nuclear wastes. It is not in their financial interest to try any other process. They are not idealists. ” Radha R. Roy, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus


Although above-ground storage has the advantage of access to being monitored, it is still not without unsolved dangers. Nuclear waste is highly unstable and reactive. For exarnple, at Hanford, Washington, radioactive wastes were stored in million-gallon tanks while awaiting a permanent (?) storage site (lots of Luck!). These tanks contain plutonium wastes and organic materials. Chemicals in the tanks break down, producing hydrogen gas, increasing pressure inside the tanks. This lays the conditions for an explosion, which would spread contaminants into the atmosphere, the land and the water, not to mention the people and the animals.

In 1957, similar waste storage tanks exploded at the Russian Mayak plutonium plant and contaminated hundreds of square miles in the southern Ural mountains. According to a Thursday, January 28, 1993 Washington Post article, this explosion released two million curies over a huge territory, leading to the resettlement of 10,700 people. This disaster caused thousands of casualties.

Now it is 1993. In April, several newspapers reported that yet another tank of radioactive waste exploded at a weapons plant in the secret Siberian city of Tomsk-7. This explosion contaminated 2,500 acres and exposed firefighters to dangerous levels of radiation. Tomsk-7 is believed to be about 12 miles outside Tomsk, a city of half-million people. Since Tomsk-7 is secret, it is not on ordinary maps (The Arizona Republic, April 7; The Washington Post, April 8, 14; The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, April 7, 8, 1993).


Only two problems: #1, there is no material that will outlast its radioactive contents; #2, radioactive wastes are so active that their contents continuously produce heat, hydrogen gas and other labile products. Who will monitor this for 10,000 years? How will the contents be stabilized to prevent explosions and leakage of radioactive waste into the groundwater? Who will pay the astronomical costs?

However, during the 1980’s burial became the official government policy, despite the objections of many scientists, and national organizations concerned about dangers to the environment.


The information in this article is plagarized from a dear and respected friend of mine. It was written a number of years ago. LightParty About the Roy Process (unrelated) the nuclear waste information is still pertinent here.

He is one of a concerned group of millionaires in Marin County, California who love and care about me.

I sent him this.

Hi Da Vid,

Sprout Amir from the Gorilla Choir here.

Yes there is hope.

Here is my recent series.

NAVY LENR Patent Granted – Transmutes Radioactive Waste

This U.S. Navy patent transmutes radioactive elements into less harmful elements through a benign “cold fusion” low energy nuclear reaction process. The patent was granted April 16, 2013 for a device and method that shortens the half-life of radioactive materials by increasing their rate of emissions. The process creates high pressure steam for the turbines eliminating the need for any refueling of existing nuclear reactors.

I noticed your earlier interest in this subject. It seems you follow everything. Energy Transmutation Nuclear Waste

Your article was about the Roy Process. This is new, different, and more promising.


You could fly to Missouri now and attend the last few days, it ends July 27th. Talk to some of these cold fusion scientists. Form a company together. Buy a licence from the SPAWAR technology gateway. Together, (with this new info they have the know how and capability) you and the scientists could build a small “GeNie” type modular reactor that works (10 to 20 spent fuel rods transmuted in each).

Fits in a 40 foot shipping container. Send 50 or a 100 of them to every nuclear power plant in the world. Charge them for the steam. Charge them a fee for each fuel rod transmuted. Retain ownership of each “GeNie” type reactor.

Ruby Carat, my editor is covering the ICCF conference now. Please develop a Light Party funding group and send Cold Fusion Now a chunk. She needs a $10K infusion into the coffers of CFN.Org after utilizing her savings, leaving a high pay field (she holds many degrees), and traveling extensively to produce alot of quality videos and articles advocating this technology.

You know love, love, love, and more love. Sent your way… Always we pray.

Thank you for the loving works you do…. We love you!

Sprout Amir aka Greg Goble

I was in the presidents’ office of the Media Writers Guild Union last week, in San Francisco, showing my recent Navy LENR Patent Series and asking help with getting this news published in mainstream print.

I was told that this Navy patent granted transmuting radioactive waste is the scoop of the decade… It’s probably the scoop of the Century! Now the Guild is contacting writers, helping to fullfill my request.

Mineta, Davis, Carlucci, Global Energy Corporation, LENR, Navy, Guam


Connections JAY WOOK KHIM

Find the Company .com


  • Company type: Private Limited Company
  • Company number: 05342937
  • Company status: Dissolved
  • Country of origin: United Kingdom
  • Incorporation date: 2005.01.26
  • Dissolution date: 2006.10.31

Company directors and board members:

  • SANDRINGHAM COMPANY SECRETARIES LTD – Secretary, 2005.01.26 thru 2006.10.31



Jwk International Corporation

 7617 Little River Tpke # 1000 Annandale, Virginia 22003-2689

United States (703) 750-0500


  • Jay W. Khim – Chairman of the Board – Chief Executive Officer

  • Lawerence Forcley – Human Resources Manager

  • Lawrence M. Forsley – President

  • Christopher E. Leach – President

This listing is for Jwk International Corporation’s Headquarters Location in Annandale, VA. The company primarily operates in the Engineering Services Companies industry.

  • Jwk International Corporation was founded in 1973, and is Privately held.

  • Jwk International Corporation had $1.5 Million in estimated annual revenue.

  •  Jwk International Corporation employs 14 people (Actual data).

  •  Of the 14 total Jwk International Corporation employees, 5 are located here at the Headquarters Location.

Afghanistan Resources Corporation

J. Wook Khim President

 7617 Little River Turnpik Ste 1000 – Annandale, Virginia 22003

United States (703) 750-0504

This listing is for Afghanistan Resources Corporation’s Single Location in Annandale, VA. The company primarily operates in the Vocational Rehabilitation Services Companies industry.

  • Afghanistan Resources Corporation was founded in 2004, and is Privately held.

  • Afghanistan Resources Corporation had $999,999 in estimated annual revenue

  • Of the 1 total Afghanistan Resources Corporation employees, 1 are located here at the Single Location.

International Trade & Inventory Corp

7617 Little River Tpke Annandale, Virginia 22003-2603

United States (703) 750-0500

Jay W Khim – President

This listing is for International Trade & Inventory Corp’s Single Location in Annandale, VA. The company primarily operates in the Securities Brokerage Companies industry.

  • International Trade & Inventory Corp was founded in 1977, and is Privately held.

  • International Trade & Inventory Corp had $170,000 in estimated annual revenue

  • International Trade & Inventory Corp employs 2 people.

  •  Of the 2 total International Trade & Inventory Corp employees, 2 are located here at the Single Location.

Global Energy Corporation

7617 Little River Turnpike Suite #1000 – Annanadale, VA 22003 – Corporate

7580 Metropolitan Drive – Suite #206 San Diego, CA 92108 – San Diego Laboratories

Jay Wook Khim – President


Jay Wook Khim

  • “The GEC board of directors, Khim says, includes some well-known Washington D.C. Players, including former Secretary of Defense Frank Carlucci, former Congressman and Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta, and former U.S. Congressman Tom Davis, among others.” 

Resolution Honors Norman Mineta


  • Guam Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo, CAPAC Secretary, commended Mineta for his years of public service and dedication to promoting civil rights and liberty for all Americans.

  • “As the founder and former chairman of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, Norm worked to inform Members of Congress of the unique challenges facing Asian Pacific Americans in our nation,” said Bordallo. “I further appreciated Norm’s work to modernize and improve our infrastructure system in America as the longest serving Secretary of Transportation. I join the CAPAC in honoring Norm’s service and accomplishments, and on behalf of the people of Guam, I wish him a sincere Un dangkulo na Si Yu’os Ma’ase.”

Thomas Milburn “Tom” Davis III

  • Thomas Milburn “Tom” Davis III – Virginia’s 11th congressional district Congressman Davis was in office January 3, 1995 thru November 24, 2008. Davis won election to the House in 1994, the year of the Republican Contract with America. Although the 11th was considered a swing district, Davis was reelected five more times without substantive opposition in part due to his popularity in Fairfax County. He even ran unopposed in 1998 and 2002.

  • In 2006, however, Davis faced an unexpectedly strong challenge from Democrat Andrew Hurst, but was reelected with 55 percent of the vote—his lowest total since his initial bid against Byrne. Nonetheless, he began fundraising for a Senate bid in 2007, shortly afterward he decided to pull out of the race.

ICG Government Influence

  • Davis’s second wife, Jeannemarie Devolites-Davis, was one of the first hires (as a part-time consultant) for ICG Government, a firm that assists businesses in obtaining government contracts. Their financial relationship, along with financial ties that benefit family members of 64 of the 435 voting members of Congress, was highlighted in the June 2007 ethics report, “Family Affair” by the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.

  • At the time of her hire at ICG, Davis was her mentor and campaign manager. After being hired, Devolites married Davis. On July 28, 2006, the Washington Post reported that the Defense Information Systems Agency had reviewed its satellite contract with Artel, Inc., and the agency had preliminarily determined that the contract was ineffective and expensive. Artel then hired ICG for lobbying services. ICG drafted a letter Davis signed to the agency threatening an investigation by his committee if the contract was not awarded. After the Post articles appeared, Davis sought an opinion from the House Ethics Committee. They advised him to be careful to avoid the appearance of any conflict in this matter. The Post published an extensive article on the issue, the company had to register as a lobbyist, and ICG removed a picture from the front page of its website of Davis speaking to ICG clients.

  • His wife continued to work for ICG, which paid her $78,000 in 2005 for working 10 to 20 hours a week, primarily at home on her cell phone. She makes $18,000 a year as a Virginia legislator. Her bio continues as the only one on the ICG site to name her spouse. The same Post writers continued the investigation of oversight of contractual influence by the committee and its chair in November and December 2006.

Global Energy Corporation – Tom Davis

  • Now on the board of directors, Tom has been a close neighbor, a friend, and an influential Congressman for the folks behind the Global Energy Corporation. The Global Energy Corp and JWK et. al. are located in his congressional district. His wife continues to assist him, and other parties, in behind the scenes political strategies and endeavors. 

Frank Charles Carlucci III

  • He served as head of the DOD as the cold fusion announcement broke out in 1989. A course was set for a low level “Manhattan Project” A simple confinement and containment plan; through marginalizing the science, misinformation, and the misdirecting of funding. Hot fusion, expensive nuclear remediation projects, and third generation u238 plans were already under way. Millions could be channeled into cold fusion research in some of the best equipped labs in the world. National security demanded that we figure out LENR energy before anyone else. Much later, the hope was to pull off launching the Global Energy Corporation, far from the prying eyes of the cold fusion community, near the Bikini Islands, on Guam. The problem is the Governor of Guam was impeached and the people of Guam would rather have a Rossi Hot Cat than a GeNie filled with fresh U238 from JWK.

  • Frank Charles Carlucci III (born October 18, 1930) served as the United States Secretary of Defense from 1987 to 1989 (never elected) in the administration of President Ronald Reagan. Prior to that, Carlucci served in a variety of senior-level governmental positions, including Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity in the Richard Nixon administration, Deputy Director of the CIA in the Jimmy Carter administration, and Deputy Secretary of Defense and National Security Adviser in the Reagan administration.

Early Life and Career

  • Carlucci was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the son of Roxanne (née Bacon) and Frank Charles Carlucci, Jr., an insurance broker. His father was of Italian and Swiss descent. He graduated from Wyoming Seminary in 1948 and Princeton University in 1952, where he roomed with Donald Rumsfeld, and attended Harvard Business School for an MBA in 1954-55. He was a Naval officer from 1952-54. He joined the Foreign Service, working for the State Department from 1956 until 1969. In 1961 he participated in a CIA mission to Congo.

  • According to James Schlesinger, following the death of Patrice Lumumba, the new Prime Minister of the CongoCyrille Adoula, began a meeting with President John F. Kennedy with the question “Ou est Carlucci?” (Where is Carlucci?), who first responded “Who the hell is Carlucci?'” and then sent Dean Rusk to find him.[2]

  • In the year 2000, a film called Lumumba portrayed him as being involved during his service in Congo in the murder of Congolese independence leader Patrice Lumumba. Carlucci furiously denied the charges, and successfully went to court to prevent being named in the film when it was released in the United States.

It is the opinion of Cold Fusion Now that GeNie LENR hybrid reactors should be deployed to spent fuel rod sites around the world. Thereby generating electricity at nuclear sites by transmuting nuclear waste.


Not At Guam

None that I know

Except Memories

Of Nuclear Fallout

Appendix C
Radioactivity in Guam After Nuclear-Weapons Testing in the Pacific


Guam is about 1,200 miles west of the Marshall Islands at about 10° north of the equator. The trade winds are predominantly from east to west at that latitude. Atmospheric testing began in the Marshall Islands with Operation Crossroads in July 1946. Operation Ivy began in October 1952. On October 31, 1952, the first thermonuclear device, with the code name Mike, was detonated. It had a total yield of 10.4 Mt of which about half was fission energy.

A radiation-fallout monitoring program for Operation Ivy was established in 1952 and coordinated by the New York Operations Office of the Atomic Energy Commission. It consisted of a worldwide network of 111 monitoring stations with at least one in every continent, but it was concentrated in the Northern Hemisphere. One of those monitoring stations was located in Guam. In addition to stationary ground-based monitoring, aerial surveys using low flying aircraft were conducted from several Air Force bases.

Instrumentation during aerial surveys included a gamma-ray detector and a recording unit. It was calibrated at the Nevada Proving Ground to measure exposure rate at 1 meter from the ground. It was capable of measuring dose rates in air from external gamma radiation in the range of 0.0001-10 mGy/h.

An aerial survey over Guam began on November 1, 1952. The resulting data are shown inFigure C.1 (Eisenbud, 1953).

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Energy Shortage?

Not so far.. In the near distant future…

The next generation will look back on our generation as the last of the “Fire Era” and know in fact, that “Energy Shortage” was a term for un-enlightened minds. -‘gbgoble2009

I am a Knowledgable Poet. A sub-genius of the birth year 1958, I dropped out of school as did many bright minded individuals at the far end of the ‘Peace and Love’ generation (Woodstock), an in-between time. I became a Gypsy, experiencing “Retirement Living” long before retirement. I enjoyed travel and basking in creative relaxation from town to town. Tune In – Drop Out; which I did, gladly enough. Our company name was “The Beadniks” making many a beaded jewelry design that pleased folks wherever we went. We made our living, bartering our creative line of leather beaded pouches, crystals, and jewelry to live and travel nicely in the State and National Forests of the U.S.A. Lakes, Rivers, and Hot Springs Galore. YES!!!

Why do I break Cold Fusion stories? Guess why I am incensed with the study of exposure? I revel in it.

I for one, sorely miss a Global Energy Corporation presentation at both the annual Global Breakthrough Energy Movement symposium and the International Conference of Cold Fusion research. Why are their findings not presented?

The board of directors of the Global Energy Corporation include three U.S. politicians.

What do they say?



Cold Fusion Now Looks Into This…

Global Energy Corporation


PACIFIC ISLANDS REPORTPacific Islands Development Program/East-West Center
With Support From Center for Pacific Islands Studies/University of Hawai‘i

Wary commission weighs Global Energy’s approach


By Gaynor Dumat-ol Daleno

HAGÅTÑA, Guam (Pacific Daily News, April 12, 2012) – The Guam Power Authority management is seeking guidance from the Consolidated Commission on Utilities in light of interest expressed by at least two companies to open power plants using nuclear energy.

According to the minutes of the March 13 CCU meeting, one commissioner, Eloy Hara, told commission members that a Global Energy Corp. proposal “is worth a second look.”

The Global Energy Corp. proposal states it would offer “hybrid fusion technology,” but CCU had learned it has not been tried yet.

The minutes of the meeting also indicate that Hara said GPA should keep the doors of communication with Global Energy Corp. open.

GPA and CCU have seen Global Energy Corp.’s presentation on its proposed power plant, but CCU Chairman Simon Sanchez has said neither the CCU nor GPA has requested proposals from nuclear power companies.

The power agency is instead launching energy projects that harness solar and wind technology.

According to the minutes of the meeting, Hara wanted CCU to send a letter to Global Energy Corp. that thanks the company for its presentation and at the same time mentions a possible memorandum of understanding.


Hara said in the meeting Global Energy Corp. invited GPA management and CCU to participate in further discussions in San Diego, but GPA needed to sign a memorandum of understanding before taking part in any further presentation by Global Energy Corp., according to the minutes.

Commissioner Joseph Duenas voiced concern, however, that a mention of an MOU would be construed as a request for proposal, according to the commission’s meeting record.

Hara did say at the meeting that a mention of a possible MOU for the trip to San Diego was cleared by a legal review, but the commission did not go for Hara’s proposal, according to the minutes.

Chairman Simon Sanchez and other commissioners were clear that they only want to send a letter that thanks Global Energy Corp. for its presentation, the meeting minutes state.

Global Energy Corp. made a presentation to CCU in February but the meeting was closed because it contained proprietary information, Sanchez has said.

Global Energy Corp.’s presentation to the CCU should not be viewed as an intention to bring this specific kind of nuclear power to Guam, Sanchez said before the meeting took place.


Before GPA could seriously pursue nuclear energy, it would need to study the feasibility of this technology — which can be expensive and dangerous on Guam, Sanchez has said.

“I think the most important question has to be if the community is comfortable with nuclear energy,” Sanchez has said.

According to its website, Global Energy Corp. is a Virginia company that promises a new kind of nuclear reactor that uses natural uranium and does not produce hazardous waste. Sanchez noted that the company has not actually built any of these reactors — so the proposal has a “guinea pig element.”

The other company that has contacted GPA, Q-Power Corp., also proposes a concept for a new kind of nuclear reactor, according to its website.


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‘Clean’ Nuclear Power Eyed


THE Consolidated Commission on Utilities and the Guam Power Authority are investigating a new type of “generation five” nuclear power generator – one that could potentially reduce power costs for Guam ratepayers by half or more.

The Variety has learned Dr. Jay W. Khim, CEO of Global Energy Corp. (GEC) based in Annandale, Va., made a presentation to the utilities commission, GPA officials and Navy engineers last month and will make another tomorrow afternoon.

CCU member Eloy Hara, who says he is “spearheading” the project on behalf of GEC, told Variety:  “After the presentation that Dr. Khim gave to the CCU and the Guam power management team, and almost an hour-long discussion afterward … we were all awed by the technology.

“And if it is for real, this technology really could be the answer to our program of One Green Guam; and also it fits right into the alternative energy that we are participating in right now.”

The company, in conjunction with the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Department of Energy, says it has developed a “hybrid fusion-fast-fission” reactor called GeNiE which, according to GEC, “is compatible with the decades-long development of very high temperature, helium cooled reactors.”

The reactors being built now, including the two licensed by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission last week for the State of Georgia – the first in the U.S. in more than 30 years – are based on generation three technology.

Generation five

“We’re generation five,” Dr. Khim told the Variety during an exclusive interview, “and first of all this is a brand new concept.”  He said safety is the first consideration, and that cannot be ensured by building higher walls around reactors, as Japan saw last year with Fukushima.

“You have to change the basic science of nuclear power,” Khim explained. “We’ve been working with the U.S. Navy for about 22 years and the basic science phase is now over. Now we’re going into commercial development, which the Navy is not going to do.”  But Khim says the science has been repeatedly duplicated by the Navy, and has been proven, recognized and published.

Officials of the Navy on Guam, including Capt. John V. Heckmann Jr., CO of Naval Facilities and a professional engineer, attended the GEC briefing.

The GEC board of directors, Khim says, includes some well-known Washington D.C. Players, including former Secretary of Defense Frank Carlucci, former Congressman and Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta, and former U.S. Congressman Tom Davis, among others.

“The biggest problem I see on Guam,” Dr. Khim told Variety, “is that power is too costly, way above average, and way too dependent on fossil fuel. Those costs have nowhere to go but up.”  He says the clean nuclear technology offered by GEC is the only solution for a place like Guam.

According to Dr. Khim, the GeNiE reactor burns natural uranium which doesn’t require enrichment. It creates no nuclear waste, he says, thus eliminating the need for nuclear waste storage – a major problem wherever nuclear generation using old technology is used.  In fact, the reactor can use spent fuel from current plants as a fuel source, although there is no plan to use such fuel for the Guam reactor, he points out. Since there is no nuclear chain reaction involved, no nuclear meltdown is possible and there is also no weapons proliferation risk. It is clean nuclear technology, Dr. Khim contends.

“The key to this technology,” Khim explains, “is that the GeNiE reactor actually burns uranium 238 in a hybrid fusion-fission process that is clean, utterly safe, and secure. The reactor is cooled by helium gas – rather than water – which cannot become radioactive. There is no need for a separate heat exchanger or secondary loop, which greatly simplifies the reactor, increasing safety and reducing costs.”

Global Energy Corp. is proposing to build a 50-megawatt plant as a pilot project on Guam, on a build, operate and transfer basis for which GEC would obtain its own financing. Guam ratepayers would pay only for the electric power generated. Khim says he will finance the estimated $250 million plant himself. “No initial money for Guam at all,” Khim assured. “I’ll pay all the money; I’ll run it; and give Guam cheap electricity.” He says once his company and the CCU enter into a memorandum of understanding, other issues, such as the location of the reactor, will be explored.

“Our plan is to fuel the generator only once, and the fuel would last for 50 years,” Khim said. The fuel will be natural, unenriched uranium ore, which is mined in various countries including the U.S. and Australia.

“This concept is simple,” Khim added. “We’re tsunami-proof, earthquake-proof, and typhoon-proof. There is no chance of a major catastrophe because there can be no meltdown. This is clean, green nuclear energy. This is the future … where we are going. This is a dream come true for all humankind.

Impeached Governor Inked Secret Deal to Construct Fast Breeder Reactor

Enformable Nuclear News – By Lucas W. Hixson – March 25th 2013

Former governor of the Northern Mariana Islands, Benigno R. Fitial stands alone in history as the first governor of any U.S. territory to be the subject of impeachment, but only the ninth United States governor to be impeached and removed from office.  On August 28th, 2012, while Governor Fitial was in the United States for the Republican National Convention, an impeachment resolution was filed in the Northern Mariana Islands House of Representatives, which accused the governor of multiple felonies, multiple acts of public corruption, and neglecting official duties.  It was even included in the impeachment filed that the governor had allowed a federal prisoner released in order to bring him to the governor’s private mansion to give him a massage.

It is now being discovered that former governor Fitial and then Attorney General Edward Buckingham signed a deal in June of 2012, which would’ve constructed nuclear power plant in partnership with Global Energy Corporation.  The deal was only discovered last week by newly elected Governor Eloy S. Inois, who assumed his post on February 20th of this year, even though since August of last year the Saipan Tribune had been questioning the Fitial administration about rumors of a possible nuclear energy agreement, but had been stonewalled in response.

According to the dates on the document, Fitial and Buckingham signed off on the nuclear energy document around the time GEC scientists and officials, including CEO Dr. Jay W. Khim, visited Saipan during June of 2012.

The terms of the deal sound eerily similar to a deal which Global Energy Corporation offered to Guam in February of 2012, in which the location of the reactor was not even discussed until after a memorandum of understanding had been signed.  Later that month, the press reported that Global Energy Corp. was proposing to build a 50-megawatt plant as a pilot project on Guam, on a build, operate and transfer basis for which GEC would obtain its own financing. The reports argued that Guam ratepayers would pay only for the electric power generated. GEC CEO Dr. Khim even said that he would finance the estimated $250 million plant himself. “No initial money for Guam at all,” Khim assured the press. “I’ll pay all the money; I’ll run it; and give Guam cheap electricity.” He added that once his company and the CCU enter into a memorandum of understanding, other issues, such as the location of the reactor, will be explored.


The Global Energy Corporation is a nuclear industry corporation established in Virginia, with a mission to develop and commercialize proprietary fast-breeder reactor technology it dubbed “GeNiE”, which features a logo incorporating an atom atop of a Genie’s Bottle.  Although the document signed does infer the willingness of Fitial’s administration to invest in fast-breeder technology, it would be hard to hold the Marianas Commonwealth to the terms of the document, considering that the GeNiE reactor has not been licensed for commercial use and is still in the experimental research stage, despite 20 years of efforts by multiple industry organizations.

“From my initial review, it doesn’t look like it’s a firm contract. It was essentially memorialization of a desire of the Commonwealth government to avail of that technology but there are conditions precedent to entering into that contract like securing financing and studies, approval of the technology which has yet to be approved, and so forth. It’s long ways from being a contract that can be executed in terms of the provisions but it is interesting that we have that,” Inos said.

House Speaker Joseph Deleon Guerrero (IR-Saipan) also said in his view the document “does not bind the CNMI to anything.”

The Inos administration has expressed no interest in a nuclear power project and has instead issued orders to conduct a study on the integration of alternative or renewable energy into the existing Commonwealth Utilities Corp. power grid.  Governor Inos is going to send the document to the Office of the Attorney General to ensure that there is not any liability or obligation to fulfill under the document that the former governor and former AG signed.

Quantum Rabbit Labs and The New Energy Foundation

These groups developed a crowd funded research and radioactive elements experiment protocol that developed LENR Induced Transmutation of Nuclear Waste. If SPAWAR had published and shared their tax funded research in 2007, this group and many others would already be remediating the nuclear waste problems of the world through LENR energy science and engineering.

LENR-Induced Transmutation of Nuclear Waste


Edward Esko

Abstract —
Quantum Rabbit (QR) research on the low-energy fusion and fission (low-energy nuclear reactions, or LENR) of various elements indicates possible pathways for applying that process to reducing nuclear materials. In a New Energy Foundation (NEF)-funded test conducted at Quantum Rabbit lab in Owls Head, Maine, QR researchers initiated a possible low-energy fission reaction in which 204Pb fissioned into 7 Li and 197Au (204Pb → 7 Li + 197Au).1 This reaction may have been triggered by a low-energy fusion reaction in which 7 Li fused with 32S to form 39K (7 Li + 32S →19K). These results confirmed earlier findings showing apparent low-energy fusion and fission reactions.2 Moreover, subsequent research with boron indicates apparent low-energy fusion reactions in which boron fuses with oxygen to form aluminum and with sulfur to form scandium.3 At the same time, the QR group has achieved what appear to be low-energy transmutations of carbon using carbon-arc under vacuum and in open air.4 The research group at QR believes these processes can be adapted to accelerate the natural decay cycle of uranium-235, plutonium-239, radium-226 and the fission products cesium-137, iodine-129, technetium-99 and strontium-90 with the long-term potential of reducing the threat posed by radioactive isotopes to human health and the environment.

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Connect DOE Department of Energy LENR Cold Fusion

To the DOE Office of Information

This is the connection I have been looking for since I became interested in LENR.  The article is about DOE or so it says and it is correct, except it is really about the part of DOE called NNSA, National Nuclear Security Administration, which is nominally a part of DOE but it is not really the Energy part of DOE but the military/nuclear weapons part.
Is this a recent revelation to you or have you known about this for some time?  No one has ever mentioned to me that NNSA has funded research on LENR, possibly since the beginning in 1989.  I would really like to know why NNSA cancelled their LENR research a little over a year ago.
I am not quite sure why this seems like such a big deal to me, but it does.  I will have to take some time to think over this.
Paul Maher
Fusion Energy Sciences
Office of Science
Department of Energy