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Ken Wheeler to Present

Ken Wheeler
Ken Wheeler

At this year’s 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference, Ken Wheeler, author of Uncovering the Missing Secrets of Magnetism, will be presenting on magnetism.

Ken Wheeler is an expert in Ancient Greek, Pali, & Russian and has worked for various governmental agencies as a translator. He was the founder of a popular website that focused heavily on the teachings and history of Buddhism with a heavy focus on the etymology of its related language. Ken is passionate about learning, exploring and teaching various subjects, especially magnetism. Several years ago, he released a free book called Uncovering the Missing Secrets of Magnetism, which is already in its fourth edition. This work was dedicated to some of Ken’s personal friends and associates, but also to those that have paved the way for the electrical sciences with clarity and that includes Tesla, Maxwell, Steinmetz, Heaviside and Eric P. Dollard. The book is available here: https://archive.org/download/magnetism1small/magnetism1small.pdf (3rd edition)

When Ken Wheeler first completed the first edition of his book, he offered to have me distribute it and give all the sales to Eric Dollard as a donation. This was a very kind and selfless offer and we appreciate it greatly. Although Ken hasn’t asked for anything in return, we encourage everyone to support Ken by giving him a donation to PayPal email: kenw111@insightbb.com

There are 34 seats available for the 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conferenceget your tickets now: Energy Conference

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2 thoughts on “Ken Wheeler to Present

  1. What an outstanding piece of work. Wish I could be at the conference.

    1. It’s going to be another powerful conference! Looking forward to meeting Ken in person.

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