A state-of-the-world speech, no less, will be given by distinguished Canadian statesman the Hon. Paul Hellyer at the BEM conference on the November 9-11 weekend in Holland. He is that rarity –a former cabinet minister who has continued to learn about what’s really impeding the progress of humankind — and has the courage to speak out on topics such as the implications of new energy inventions.
That’s just one of many excellent presentations I’m looking forward to seeing at the conference, such as Moray King’s talk. Moray has pulled together the physics of zero-point energy — many years of the bits and pieces in the standard physics journals — with the down-to-earth results discovered by garage experimenters and more recently by accredited academics. In short, he gives a how-to presentation — steers the experimenters toward the goal of widely-duplicated experiments that will change our world for the better.
There will be speakers that I haven’t even met in person before, such as the visionary writer/broadcaster David Gibbons, and others whom I haven’t seen in a long time such as Nick Begich. He’s a statesman in his own way, and his straightforward, heartfelt eloquence and insight is always popular with audiences.