Posted on April 9th, 2011 No comments
Coming to the 2011 ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference
In Albuquerque New Mexico… July 28-July 31???
Speakers have all been finalized; final program guide has been posted, printed, and prepped for snail mail! To get a .pdf version now, go to:
More 2011 Conference information at… click on “program” on the left side of:
EMAIL SPECIAL: Preregister by March 31, 2011 and get a bonus 5% off! That’s right… instead of 25%, get 30% off by preregistering extra early!… and bring a friend to get an additional 5% (which means a whopping 35% discount!). This discount is only being offered via email… so act today!
Michael Leas - Nikola Tesla: The Once Forgotten Genius
Warren Starnes - Photon Genius Revolution
David Schmidt - Aeon: Radical New Approach To Anti-Aging
Dr. Robyn Benson - Magnetic Resonance Stimulation
Paul Pantone - Low Temp Plasma… Basis of GEET Tech
John Rohner - Understanding Plasmic Transition Process TM
Clayton Nolte - Make Your Own Structured Water
Leah Davis - Holodynamics: The Science of Consciousness
Dale Pond - Mind Force: the Hidden Scalar Potential
Thorsten Ludwig - Coler Magnetic Current Apparatus and ZPE
James Schmidt - The Bedini Motor and a Future with Aetheric Science
Vendor Showcase – The ‘Hot’ Stuff in the expo area
Bruce Perreault - Radiant Energy Technology
Reginald Miller - Dielectric Mass Motor
Marko Rodin - Update of the Rodin Solution
Dr John V. Milewski - Growing Gold/Microwave Extraction of Precious Metals
David Garroway - Implosion Vortex Dynamics
David Talbott - The Cosmic Thunderbolt
In the evenings there will be Karaoke, dancing, and the beautiful voice of Leah Davis! (who knows? I might join in so bring your earplugs!) Let us know if there are any special requests for songs so we can try to have it available. It will be a great time to relax, get to know the inventors better, and meet new people!
Easily Accessible! Albuquerque is a major transportation center! With interstates from all four directions, an interstate bus terminal, AmTrak, and an international airport, it is easy (and relatively inexpensive) to get there from anywhere! Register today!!!!
Hotel Rates! The Marriott Pyramid in Albuquerque has made rooms available for ~$79! These extremely favorable rates include breakfast AND free internet in your rooms! This alone makes it the most affordable conference you can go to this year! Register today!!!!
Bring the whole family! Everyone is sure to have a great time! Albuquerque is a very entertaining and educational place. Come to the conference, have a great time… and then linger and capture the flavor of a town where the old Southwest has merged with the dynamic 21st Century! Register today!!!!
More 2011 Conference information at…
Steve Elswick — firstname.lastname@example.org
Publisher/Editor – ExtraOrdinary Technology
520-463-1904 – http://www.teslatech.info
2010 Conference DVDs are available here:
Posted on November 26th, 2008 2 comments
I first floated the Green Car Project over a year ago as a result of reading the Bob Boyce D9 document where Patrick Kelly suggested that it is easier to use the Bob Boyce cell to run a constant rev engine which would lend itself to an electric vehicle were an engine is used to charge the batteries much like a diesel electric train concept. The aim is to minimise the battery storage and maximise the range of the vehicle.
We are now very close to testing the complete Bob Boyce cell to determine if the 3 frequencies will in fact dramatically increase the gas production to something in the claimed order of 50 litres per min. So far we have achieved 12 Litres per min using the cell as a straight series electrolysis cell. This is not practical to run for prolonged times as it would cook it self. We have had to rebuild the the cell and seal it to prevent a corona effect between the outside perspex casing and the inner plastic slabs holding the 101 plates.
Although there is some new deterioration we hope to at least get a good test done when the coil is complete.
We also have a GEET system in the making and several other bits of technology that can be used in the GREEN CAR Project. At least we have the foundations emerging and in place for a good start next year.
Time will fly fast as it has done this year but it is hoped we can enter something in the Green Fleet Race such as a standard car running clean on HOH but with some fuel. That is in our reach without funding so we will continue to strive for practical and reliable Green Technologies.
Posted on October 16th, 2008 No comments
Please register for the trip by the Nov Meeting this Tuesday.
We hope you received the email regarding the bus trip to the Green Diesel manufacturer here in Melbourne and then a trip to Geelong to see the development plant. The proposed date is Nov 8 and meeting at the Mount Waverley Community Centre and ready to leave at 11.00 am.
Please contact Ian on 03 94572814 or preferably email to email@example.com and let me know if you intend to go. We need about 14 and it maybe family members can come as well if numbers are low.
We had a great meeting and I know many folk were excited about this great new technology.
Posted on October 8th, 2008 No comments
When: 17th-19th October
Where: Melbourne Exhibition Centre
Costs: $10 online or $16 adults, $13 concession.
Want to build green? Renovate sustainably? Make your home more energy efficient? Save your garden from the long hot summer? Protect the environment?
The Save Water Save Energy Expo focuses on green building solutions, water and energy saving products and recycling and waste management.
So whether you are building, renovating, in a trade or just wanting to know what your sustainable living options are, you will find it all at the Expo.
For more information on the Expo see www.savewatersaveenergyexpo.com.au/melbourne
ATA Melbourne branch meeting
When: Wednesday 15th October
Time: 5.45pm. Please arrive at 5.45pm as the security doors are locked at 6pm, however, if you can’t avoid being late, we can get someone to come down let you in if you phone 0433 187 702.
Where: The offices of URS, level 6, 1 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank (for a map go to www.ata.org.au/branches/melbourne)
The AGM will precede the monthly meeting. The agenda for this is very short (it is essentially electing the committee for 2008-2009) so, hopefully, it will not take too long.
The topic for the night is: Geothermal Energy
Geothermal energy is the energy contained as heat within the Earth’s interior and, as such, it holds the promise of unlimited “free” and clean energy.
The Victorian government has recently allocated further blocks of land for this technology.
Terry Teoh, from Pacific Hydro, will describe the benefits
- What the technology is all about
- What is the future
- What are the political ramifications
Convenor ATA Melbourne Branch
Mob: 0433 187 702, firstname.lastname@example.org