After I read that five or six plasma battery inventors have been murdered recently, I was wondering what happened to the Harvard professor who was the one to write the first white paper on plasma batteries back in 1998. Dr. Khanna? He is a also a Cornell scholar but I cannot seem to locate the man anywhere or even a photo of him. The stuff that was posted about him and his work at www.osti.gov. is gone. Does anyone know where he is today? Here is his original theory that got the ball rolling over a decade ago http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/9803240 and here http://adsabs.harvard.edu/full/1998MNRAS.295L...6K
I sure hope he is alive and well and did not end up having weird accidents like these inventors who made his work a reality http://www.greenoptions.com/t/4212/6-nuclear-plasma-battery-technology-inventors-now-dead-or-missing But I guess in fairness I have to say that Nicolai Tesla is the grandfather of plasma energy technology and Dr. Khanna just perfected what Tesla could not before he died. Its strange that it took so long for someone to realize Tesla was on to something big - over 85 years before Dr. Khanna picked up the dropped ball and ran with it.
Edited by StrangeButTrue - 5/12/12 at 7:39pm