SAFIRE PROJECT

team

SAFIRE film

SILVER WOLF PRODUCTIONS INC.

5886 Sandy Hook Road

Sechelt, BC, V0N3A4

SAFIRE project

Montgomery Childs is the author of three college engineering text books and holds eight international technical patents. He was lead design engineer of the Canadian National Research Council for Rocket Design to measure for oxygen in the upper atmosphere. He is an expert in mechanical engineering and design, and is now the Lead Scientist and Program Manager for the SAFIRE Project.

Dr. Michael Clarage received his PhD in physics from Brandeis University, studying the biological and statistical behavior of proteins. He spent several years studying binary pulsars at the Arecibo radio telescope. He has lectured on discoveries in the areas of fractional calculus, fractals, and chaotic systems. His lectures have shown many news ways to understand relativity and dimensions, metaphysics in biology, and transformation in supernova. Dr. Clarage is currently a lead scientist with the SAFIRE Project.

Paul Anderson Paul works as a chemist for the US Army and is leading efforts in the SAFIRE Project to implement statistical design of experiments (DOE) approach to experimentation. By properly utilizing modern designs, the efficiency and statistical rigor in experimentation is greatly increased. He is also involved with exploring methods to quantify the effects of possible planetary scale discharges on the geologic landscape.

Dr. Lowell Morgan has lead plasma physics in the University of Windsor, Ontario, the University of Colorado’s Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics Theoretical Atomic & Molecular Physics Group in the laser & weapons programs at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. He brings a deep understanding of plasma physics to the SAFIRE team.  He has published over 80 research articles in the fields of plasma chemistry, laser physics, plasma spectroscopy, atmospheric chemistry, artificial neural networks, and astrophysics.

Jano Onderco graduated from the Slovak Technical University in 1992, with a master’s degree in Technical Cybernetics. His interests in Special Relativity has led him to his most recent research, both conducting experiments, and publishing work about the Frist Postulate of the Special Relativity. He is an experienced software consultant with extended experience in analysis and design. Jan has over 21 years’ experience working with companies such as Tarion Warranty Corporation, Solectron Canada, and Magic Software. He led teams working on multimillion dollar projects such as Microsoft Xbox Touch Point System.