wealth of info at Energy Science & Technology 2016

Aaron demoIf you want to learn principles of how to tap into a previously-unknown source of energy, a prime place to look for info is the videos from the Energy Science & Technology Conferences.

Aaron Murakami, pictured here, organizes the yearly conferences in Hayden, Idaho. This year his own presentation was titled Negative Resistance Decreases Capacitor Discharge Time: SECRET OF THE GRAY MOTOR?

Aaron and colleagues also help the hands-on makers and other researchers via discussions on his Energetic Forum.

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Energy Science & Tech conference attendees are interesting also

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You meet the most interesting people at the Energy Science & Technology conferences in Hayden, Idaho. The speakers are pioneers on the frontier of energy science and you feel like you’re watching human history being changed. Pictured are a couple of the conference attendees. Ben Smith of Texas is using magnets to show Katlin Dahn […]

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Wild West new-energy scene is just a stage

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Chaos is OK; it’s half of nature’s perpetual cycles between order and disorder. That was one of today’s messages from speakers at the 2016 Global BEM conference. The comment was in response to concern about what New Energy Movement executive director Susan Kornacki has termed the “Wild West” state of disorder– a lack of agreed-on […]

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Global BEM conference is Livestreamed too

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If you’re like me and can’t travel to Texas for the Global Breakthrough Energy Movement conference this coming weekend, you can watch and listen via Livestream.  If you buy a Livestream ticket you can join the conference from the comfort of your home. Or your car. Or your office.  AND watch the lectures on-demand at […]

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SolarPuff light arrived

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Thanks to John Coelho from Seattle, i get to take the coolest little inflatable solar-powered light with me next time I camp out in the forest. Or in the backyard. It folds flat into a few square inches for backpacking and weight less than a puff of cotton. He’s pitching it to everyone because it […]

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