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Upcoming Cold Fusion/New Energy Conferences

 

ICCF17 — August 12-17, 2012
ICCF17 in Daejeon, Republic of Korea (August 12-17) is shaping up to be a great conference. Confirmed speakers from the U.S. include George Miley, Mike McKubre, Peter Hagelstein, Melvin Miles, Yeong Kim, Larry Forsley and Pam Boss. Additional confirmed speakers include Francesco Celani from Italy, Mahadeva Srinivasan from India, Xing Zhong Li from China, and Akito Takahashi and Tadahiko Mizuno from Japan. Over 65 abstracts have been received and they are being reviewed to fill out the poster and oral sessions.

Defkalion Green Technologies and Brillouin Energy have agreed to participate in ICCF17. Representatives from Defkalion will make two presentations: A technical presentation entitled “Technical Characteristics & Performance of the Defkalion Hyperion Model 0 Module” and a general presentation on “The Potential Contribution of LENR in Resolving the World’s Energy Problems.” Robert Godes, the President and Chief Technology Officer of Brillouin Energy, will make a presentation on their technical results and also participate in the theory panel.

Because of increased interest, the tutorial session has been expanded and moved to Friday, August 10. Speakers at the tutorial session include Dave Nagel, Mike Melich, Mike McKubre, Mahadeva Srinivasan, Peter Hagelstein, Jean-Paul Biberian and Yeong Kim. Also, a session on commercialization has been added on Friday morning, August 17.

The schedule is being frequently updated on the conference website at http://iccf17.org/. Online registration is available and special rates have been arranged at three hotels ranging in price from 60,000 Won/$53.00 to 131,000 Won/$115.00 per night including all taxes. Attendees are encouraged to make their travel reservations early to take advantage of lower fares.

 

ExtraOrdinary Technology — July 26-29, 2012
TeslaTech’s 2012 ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference will be held at the Albuquerque (New Mexico) Marriott Pyramid North from July 26-29.

The conference will begin on Thursday evening (July 26) with a presentation about and showing of Foster Gamble’s documentary, “Thrive.”

Sample presentation titles include: “Tesla Regeneration of Telomeres,” “Tesla Waves, Biofields and Aetheric Energy,” “Cavitating Electrolyzers: The Key to Over-Unity,” “Practical Rodin Coil Generator Application”

For more information, visit TeslaTech’s conference website at http://www.teslatech.info/ttevents/prgframe.htm

 

NPA-19 — July 25-28, 2012
The 19th Natural Philosophy Alliance (NPA) conference will be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico from July 25-28 (at the same location as and coinciding with TeslaTech’s ExtraOrdinary Technology conference).

The NPA’s primary focus is a “broad-ranging, fully open-minded criticism, at the most fundamental levels, of the often irrational and unrealistic doctrines of modern physics and cosmology; and to the ultimate replacement of these doctrines by much sounder ideas developed with full respect for evidence, logic and objectivity.”

Dr. Edmund Storms’ paper “What Is Cold Fusion and Why Should You Care?” has been chosen as the John Chappell Memorial Lecture.

Each year at the Sagnac Banquet, the NPA honors the best of scientists in the dissident world with the Sagnac Award.

Visit http://conf19.worldnpa.org/ for more information.


  



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