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.
2019 Energy Science & Technology Conference – 92% of seats are already sold out! Only 12 seats remaining – register and get your tickets here: Energy Conference Hyperdimensional Machines … And Continue Reading
Learn 11 mind-boggling facts about Croatian-born Nikola Tesla – a genius inventor who discovered the electric alternating current and much, much more. The life of Nikola Tesla is yet another Continue Reading
PACKAGE INCLUDES: 20 Live Calls: QEG Academy Live Calls 1-20 Description: The Academy has live calls every 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month which are attended by builders from around Continue Reading
SURGE is a documentary featurette film that highlights the story of an American family of inventors building a Tesla inspired clean energy device while living in Morocco. In this Continue Reading
Go along for an adventure that is highly entertaining, educational and fun, with breathtaking as well as heartbreaking scenes of Morocco, and what it’s like doing business in Morocco (paperwork, paperwork, paperwork) in part 1. In Part 2, as in all the QEG Real World episodes, is the technical stuff for the engineers showing the equipment, the device and the process of building from scratch.
Battery sequencing boards that distribute charge automatically across a group of batteries, devices that combine physical and electrical resonance to release power from the quantum field, high efficiency (due to unique shape) wind turbines, pulsed power systems that accumulate energy over time and release it rapidly (Bedini), wireless Tesla technology that in Tesla’s own words “involve keen and exhausting discernment,” all these are in Geoffrey Miller’s Energy Bat Labs.
Nikola Tesla revolutionized the world with electrical generators and motors. Generators are driven by mechanical force to provide electricity. Motors do the reverse, using electricity to spur mechanical action, as Continue Reading