Scientists Discover New Lenses That Can See Invisible Entities


A new incredible lens has been discovered by scientists who say through its use, we can observe “entities” or “anomalies,” on our terrestrial plane as well as in space.


Thunder Energies Corp says these entities are being detected specifically around major industrial sites and military bases and installations. 

According to

Thunder Energies Corp (TNRG:OTC) has recently detected invisible
entities in our terrestrial environment with the revolutionary Santilli
telescope with concave lenses (Trade Mark and patent pending by Thunder
Thunder Energies Corporation has previously presented confirmations
of the apparent existence of antimatter galaxies, antimatter asteroids
and antimatter cosmic rays detected in preceding tests. In this breaking
news, Thunder Energies presents evidence for the existence of Invisible
Terrestrial Entities (ITE) of the dark and bright type.

“This is
an exciting discovery. We do not know what these entities are; they’re
completely invisible to our eyes, our binoculars, or traditional Galileo
telescopes, but these objects are fully visible in cameras attached to
our Santilli telescope,” stated Dr. Ruggero Santilli, CEO Thunder
Energies Corp.

Technical information can be obtained from the
scientific paper R. M. Santilli, “Apparent Detection via New Telescopes
with Concave Lenses of Otherwise Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ITE),”
American Journal of Modern Physics (in press), or from the
scientific archives of the R. M. Santilli Foundation.

ABOUT Thunder Energies Corp:

Energies Corporation is a breakthrough technology company featuring
three cutting edge technologies in the fields of optics, nuclear physics
and fuel combustion. Thunder Energies is led by Dr. Ruggero Santilli,
CEO and Chief Science Officer and Dr. George Gaines, President &
COO. Dr. Santilli is a former faculty at MIT, Harvard and other leading
institutions around the world. For details, please visit Dr. Santilli’s

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