Hans Lehner

President & CEO, ISQP/ISQR Institute
Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland

About Hans

Bio

See: supernovae-energy (dot) com

Languages

English, German

Areas of Expertise

Space Quantum Physics, Dark matter Physics, Discovery of Supernovae Energy 2005, Discovery of dark matter in magnetism 1992, Discovery of Space Quantum Medium 1992, Discovery dark energy = Supernovae Energy

An idea worth spreading

Discovery: An "average" of 1 Supernova per second in the observable Universe (Baron, Eddie, NATURE 395, 1998) = "average" of 86'400 Supernovae Explosions per day = dark energy = Supernovae Energy = new cosmic "mechanical" PRIMARY ENERGY SOURCE for GRAVITATION and the ACCELERATED EXPANSION of the UNIVERSE. Discovery of "dark matter" in magnetism / magnetic field. Dark matter in the Universe is only the transport medium for dark energy = Supernovae Energy. Dark matter alone is not capable to hold galaxies together. See: ISQP/ISQR Institute for Space Quantum Physics, Switzerland. supernovae-energy (dot) com / rqm (dot) ch / Regards, Hans Lehner, President & CEO

I'm passionate about

New findings and discoveries in Physics by genius Oliver Crane: "Central Oscillator and Space Quantum Medium", 2000, = "dark matter". free Download see Google.

Talk to me about

Discovery: There is not only a planetary influence on Solar Activity - but also a planetary influence on tectonic plates = major earthquakes. See EXTREME JUPITER-SUN-EARTH Position on 19 JUNE 2013.

My TED story

New Supernovae Energy Technology: Discovery: The "average" of 86'400 Supernovae Explosions per day = dark energy = Supernovae Energy = new cosmic "mechanical" PRIMARY ENERGY SOURCE is not only reponsible for GRAVITATION and the ACCELERATED EXPANSION of the UNIVERSE - but is also a primary energy source for a new Supernovae Energy Technology with 24h Supenovae non-stop Power plants. The Supernovae Energy is already in all atomic structures on Earth as very strong "mechanical" vibrations. Research & Developpement at ISQP/ISQR Institute for Space Quantum Physics & Research, Switzerland.