Our New Venue – Alvie Hall – April meeting


Corner of High Street Road and Alvie Road
Mt Waverley, Victoria. 3149


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Association for Climate Technology Solutions

All members and Associates – please register your details on the CTS site to ensure that you receive the news and updates.The Web Site is for anyone, anywhere to use and share your insights.


Next Meeting – Tuesday – May 4th

Doors open at 7.00pm for a 7.30 commencement.

Start Time: 7:30 End Time: 10.45 pm (Hall vacated by 11:00pm)

Entry: $8:00 Members $5.00 Concession Members

$12.00 Non Members $10.00 Non Members Concession

New Member – $30 – $15 Concession – includes First Entry Free


Welcome to the May News Letter and agenda

Guest Speaker: Mr Tom Watson For many years Toms profession was as a draughtsman but somewhere in the 90’s he developed an interest in gravity effects, Magnetism and for many years has been involved in the prototype development of a very special Magnet Motor design. In more recent times he has taken on the Climate Change clergy with a different point of view that he claims explains the changes as not man made. Controversial ? Yes! but a view worth considering. Some of the main points of discussion are as follows:

1 – The Humans are not responsible for this Climate Change.

2 – Climate Change is a natural event that has been recycling since time began.

3 Why has Tom decided to speak out? Because he has found a new approach to the understanding of Magnetism.

4 – Has this changed his life? He says “Yes, because this has to be brought out
into the open and made public so that it can be seen to be true

5- Has the final analysis been applied to mechanical engineered appliances? Yes it has. Tom will give a general review on the board on this question.

6- What does the future hold in what Tom claims is a fundamental breakthrough? It will be up to you whether you apply these new principles or revert to the inferior practice that will again generate rocketry power to lift off from the Earth.

Questions are welcome and we hope to have plenty of time for robust discussion.

There will be other news and views items.

PETER CAMPBELL: We are sorry to be losing Peter Campbell to the Land way south, Tassie, and it appears June may be his last meeting. We will be sure to give him a suitable send off so please be here for that one. Peter will fill us in on his latest findings this Tuesday as well.


JUNE MEETING – We have invited Professor Ian Bates, retired from the RMIT. He is involved in the development of ultra efficient Solar Panels that can produce 2 kw in about 3.5 sq meters as against 12 to 14 sq meters and at about a quarter of the cost. Negotiations are now in train for manufacturing which should be concluded by the time of the June Meeting. Availability is expected by March 2011. We look forward to learning about more options on the cutting edge. These panels also heat the water.


Recommended DVD viewing – TITLES INCLUDE: The Medieval Warm Period, The Little Ice Age,Liberty or Sustainable Development , The Smart Growth Fraud, Doomsday Called off, Lord Monckton – Melbourne Highlights, Lord Monckton in Australia with Proff. Ian Plimmer, Global Warming or Global Governance.

We will include many of these in the DVD library available to members.


ALL are welcome to report on latest experiments. Please bring your hardware for display if you wish.

We now have a good range of test equipment at our disposal for members to use for their research projects. We welcome you so please come and join us.


If you have a DVD or video (on topic) that you would like to donate to the library then please see Dave at the door.


**Please bring your pet projects for display and enjoy the communion of other like minded experimenters.cell-projects1

Ian Hacon…Secretary nutech@tpg.com.au


If you would like to contribute to the meeting for a segment presentation please contact

Cameron 90388546 (Engin) or Ian on 90176123 (Engin) or 94572814

Guests Welcome!


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