Dr. Paulo and Alexandra Correa

Dr. Paulo Correa’s (left side on image) academic background includes extensive interdisciplinary studies, in both Europe and North America, in Biophysics, Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Law, Political Science, Sociology, Languages and Music. He obtained a Master’s Degree in Biophysics in 1987 and a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology in 1991, both from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. In the fields of oncology and hematopoiesis, and together with Dr. A. Axelrad, Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, he has published extensively in scientific journals (Blood, International Journal of Cell Cloning) and holds two seminal patents on a novel serum-free-medium methodology. In the fields of alternative physics and power generation, and together with Alexandra Correa, he has published extensively in the Infinite Energy journal and at Akronos Publishing. The Correas currently hold 7 pioneering patents in advanced physics.

Alexandra Correa holds a degree in Psychology and Sociology, is an Associate Scientific Glassblower, musician, and consummate graphic artist. She has studied, researched and collaborated with Dr. Correa for 27 years and has worked as administrative director of their Plasma Physics Laboratory.

Since 1981, the Correas have operated, managed and funded their advanced Experimental Plasma Physics Laboratory in the Greater Toronto area. Over the past decade they have been granted, in various countries, numerous groundbreaking patents that pertain to their pioneering, non-polluting, clean energy conversion system developed to exploit their discovery of a novel regime of plasma discharge - the Pulsed Abnormal Glow Discharge or PAGD - which, amongst other things, permits the capture and conversion of energy in excess of breakeven. Further development of the PAGD technology has focused on inverter applications.

More recently, the Correas have been involved in theoretical and experimental research in biophysics as well as in thermoelectric and electrogravitic energy conversion. These ongoing investigations, conducted under the rubric of Aetherometry at the Aurora Biophysics Research Institute (ABRI) - also located in the greater Toronto area - have led to a proposed new structure of the electron, the identification of the radiation spectrum of ambipolar electric energy, the solution to Reich’s Orgone Motor mystery, and the development of entirely novel technologies, amongst which is an improved Aether Motor and an alternative solar-atmospheric power-generating technology developed together with Dr. Eugene Mallove (right side on image). Patents have also been filed for various ABRI technologies.



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