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Dr. Stoyan Sarg (Sargoytchev) is a Bulgarian-born Canadian. He holds an engineering diploma and a PhD in Physics in the field of space research. From 1976 to 1990 he was involved in space projects sponsored by the program Intercosmos coordinated by the former Soviet Union. He participated also in a collaborative project with the European Space Agency. For his pioneering work he was awarded medals from Intercosmos, Russia and Bulgaria. In 1990 he was invited as a visiting scientist by Cornel University and worked at the Arecibo Observatory, P.R. on a Lidar project funded by the NSF (USA). This was the place where the first SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) program was operated before 1985 using the world’s largest radiotelescope – radar. In 1991 he immigrated to Canada, where he worked on projects coordinated by the Canadian Space Agency. Since 2002 he has been with York University, Toronto, Canada. He has over 80 scientific publications and a few patents related to space research.

Cold Fusion Energy: What to Expect and How Close We Are

The expected advantages of the energy of cold fusion are obtaining cheaper and small nuclear energy reactors and avoiding the hazardous radioactive waste.…

Beyond the Boundary of Earth: From Science Fiction to Reality

Beyond the Boundary of Earth: From Science Fiction to Reality

The new theoretical understanding and experimental achievements indicate that field propulsion and cold fusion energy are feasible and realistic. …

Structural Physics of Nuclear Fusion

Structural Physics of Nuclear Fusion

Remarkable advances in cold fusion research have raised the hope for a safer and cheaper nuclear energy.…

Cold Fusion and the Energy Crisis: to be or not to be?

Cold Fusion and the Energy Crisis: to be or not to be?

The search for a solution to the energy crisis today remind us of the famous phrase in Shakespeare’s Hamlet: To be, or not to be: that is the question. …

Cold Winter after Progress in Cold Fusion

Today, government institutions that fund science consist of hierarchical bureaucracies whose main function is funds management. The bureaucracy is naturally against changes that challenge the status quo.…

Nuclear Safety and Hazardous Radioactive Waste

Nuclear Safety and Hazardous Radioactive Waste

For our expectations of an environment-safe planet, the outcome from the UN nuclear safety meeting in Vienna, 2011, is not a satisfactory solution. The proponents of nuclear power guarantee a…

Nuclear Catastrophe: How the lack of fundamental research on alternative energy led to a wrong energy policy

Nuclear Catastrophe: How the lack of fundamental research on alternative energy led to a wrong energy policy

The expansion of nuclear power during the past 60 years was dominated by the opinion that there is no alternative to nuclear energy. Presently it provides about 14% of the…