The Fusion Project  is our effort to further the progress of sustainable energy. A green energy that takes less resources to create more power - forever. Imagine a world where the earth stays clean and man can continue to innovate with technology. The situation today is becoming disastrous. 

The dream is a brighter future. Our goal is to find the secrets to science through Torah Innovation. Pure Global Light has reached the pinnacle of integration, we have found a way into the Torah that reveals an approach to solving the problems with our current understanding of Fusion.

We are in the process of bringing this project to fruition. All our data is based on sound scientific theories and Torah principals. The scientific theorems and and the Torah principals we are using are supported by the leading scientists and rabbis of the generation. Below is a list of current board members, we are expanding all the time.

We look forward to your assistance in helping us reach our goal of bringing Fusion energy to the world. Having your support means everything to us, we are looking for a group effort, each and every every dollar counts. Here's a link to our paypal account where your kind donation can be deposited. (Please comment in your deposit that you're supporting the "Torah Fusion Energy Project") Thank You!



 
 

Fusing the Worlds of Science and Torah





Science Board of Advisors


Dr. Alan Kerstein
 received his Ph.D. in Applied Statistics from Princeton in 1976. He then worked for Sandia National Laboratories, in Livermore, California, for thirty-five years in the Combustion Research Facility where he was a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff. Dr. Kerstein has been an author or co-author on over one hundred and twenty journal articles, and has personally contributed to the development of combustion-related computational models that are now widely used. In collaboration with University of Utah faculty and students, some of his research accomplishments include: models applying percolation theory to spray combustion, coal combustion, and solid propellant combustion, as well as the Linear Eddy Model and One-Dimensional Turbulence, used for turbulent combustion modeling. He is a fellow of the American Physics Society, and a past member of the editorial board of the Physical Review. Since the end of 2011, Dr. Kierstein serves as a consultant, presently in association with SINTEF Energy Research of Norway, Brandenburg University of Technology in Germany, and Chalmers University in Sweden.

Eliyahu Chaim Reiter, Founder and Band Member of Simply Tzfat lives in Tzfat where he practices music and being a good Jew. The groups aim is to spread the joy and inspiration of Breslev philosophy through their music. He graduated with degrees in Engineering from Tufts University in 1979 and Stanford University in 1982.




Charles Trachtenberg, Head Financial Advisor for Direct Light Corporation, leading Energy projects specially transforming waste into electricity in Guatemala, El Salvador and Venezuela. He is also the Entrepreneurial Telecommunications CEO for four different Cable Television companies. He graduated from Adolfo Hall in 1968, Earned a BS in Industrial Engineering from Louisiana State University in 1972 and graduated as Suma Cum Laude from Northeastern University in 1976 for his Masters degrees in Engineering Management and Systems Engineering. 
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