The Keshe Foundation is an independent non-profit and non-religious organization founded by nuclear engineer M.T. Keshe. He aims to develop new scientific knowledge, new technologies and new solutions to major global problems like famine, water shortage, lack of electrical power supply, climate change and disease, through the use and help of specially developed plasma reactors which will also give humankind the real freedom to travel in deep space.
This technology is under continuous development, and recent results from several static and dynamic working prototypes confirm the new insights. For example, for the first time, we have managed to create atomic hydrogen and carbon as gas and CO2 as the solid matter at room temperature and in atmospheric conditions. At present, the conventional production of graphene needs temperatures of 700° to 800°C and the generation of CO2 as solid matter takes place at tens of degrees below zero.
The production of atomic layered and multi-layered carbon, also known as graphene, through the use of this new method, has been confirmed by Raman spectroscopy, carried out by leading institutes and universities in Europe. Through the development of these technologies, several international patents with over 300 potential uses have been filed in the past years.
It clearly demonstrates the knowledge gained since the beginning of the Knowledge Seekers Workshops. With the introduction of the knowledge of GANS and the creation of NANO material, this is the same structure as nature provides it.
With the knowledge of GANS (Gas At Nano State) and the structure of the plasma, the knowledge has progressed to the point of making everyone able to participate in the process of creation and plasma manipulation for the good of humankind on this planet as well as in a deep space.