If you’re wondering if you should come to the 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference, listen to what others have to say – this is why you need to be there!
Here are a few of the presenters for the 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference:
JEANE MANNING | SUSAN MANEWICH | JOHN PETERSEN AARON MURAKAMI | KEN WHEELER | ERIC DOLLARD
DAVID ALZOFON | JIM MURRAY | PROF. ROBERT HARALICK SURPRISE GUEST PRESENTER | YARO STANCHAK
MORE TO BE LISTED SOON!
Subtle energy, for a lack of a better term, refers to the energy and/or the change of the structure of space that occurs when influences such as conscious intention affects material reality.
An example of this kind of influence is when healers use Qi or Parana to effect a healing either close by or remotely.
Other instances include mental telepathy, remote viewing and the programming of quartz crystals by conscious intention.
Tiller uses the quantum mechanics phrase Raising the Gauge.
There are other situations where a subtle energy can develop: These include being exposed to certain kinds of magnetic fields or electric fields, being exposed to quartz crystals, and being exposed to sacred geometric forms.
This talk discusses the difficulty of doing subtle energy experiments, gives the protocols for a few different kinds of subtle energy experiments involving water, describes a number of kinds of measurements that can be made of water, and shares the results of those experiments.
Paramagnetic & Diamagnetic Field Experiments by Professor Robert Haralick, Guy Obolensky & Loren Zanier – In this talk, we describe experiments by which the diamagnetic field by the bloch region and by the poles of a magnet may be measured using 3-axis Hall effect milligaussmeters, magnetoresistive milligaussmeters and sensitive differential electrometers. Our experiments provide evidence for the existence of a diamagnetic field and the vortex of the paramagnetic field. Experiments also reveal longer spinning times with a load than without and a loss of weight. Release date – August 23, 2016. Learn more: Paramagnetic & Diamagnetic Field Experiments