Eric Dollard’s second presentation at the 2019 ESTC is on the advanced seismic warning system he engineered and built at Landers years ago, and he is now releasing a lot of details that have so far been kept confidential.
Not a how-to or DIY, but if you’re interested in water fuel technologies that are highly disruptive, you may want to get a copy of this.
John Bedini ran a pulsed motor/energizer type of machine that charged a capacitor and then dumped the capacitor to a very specially arranged battery bank on the back end and he could swap a battery from the back to the front and repeat that indefinitely.
* NEW RELEASE * Aether Weirdness – It’s about TIME!, Magic Batteries and Other Observations by Paul Babcock
Paul Babcock is starting to open source his life’s work in the electrical sciences – it took millions of dollars, 10’s of thousands of hours over the years and a lot Continue Reading
* NEW RELEASE * Longitudinal & Scalar Waves: The Biquaternion Generalization of Maxwell’s Equations by Robert Haralick, Ph.D. NEW RELEASE In the last few years, Prof. Haralick became interested in subtle energy Continue Reading
This is probably the most comprehensive analysis on where the free energy is in such machines, and it is done in a relatively eloquent manner with simple algebra and geometry.
Announcing New Guest Speaker Aaron Murakami will be presenting at the Tesla Extraordinary Technology Conference/Expo From Aaron: “Preparing to present at Steve Elswick’s TeslaTech Extraordinary Technology Conference – although I’ve Continue Reading
This presentation covers the historical ether-drift experiments, how even Michelson-Morley got positive results, as did others (ie, Dayton Miller), and how those findings were defeated politically, but never scientifically
From our friends at Emedia: (Energy Science & Technology Conference) We’re very excited and honored to be a part of history where Eric Dollard shows a working 20:1 scale model Continue Reading
2019 Energy Science & Technology Conference Schedule, Speaker Bios & Past Presentations (where available) THURSDAY JULY 11TH SCHEDULE 7:00am~8:00pm REGISTRATION & EARLY CHECK IN 7:50am~8:00am AARON MURAKAMI – WELCOME Continue Reading