General admission and student admission tickets are available now for the 2022, 11th Annual Energy Science & Technology Conference. Location is the Hayden Lake Eagles in Hayden, Idaho, which is about 50 minutes from the Spokane International Airport in Spokane, Washington. Dates are July 6 to 10 (Wed to Sun). The tentative schedule is posted here: https://energyscienceconference.com/2022-conference-schedule/
The tickets include the 5 meals (4 lunches and 1 dinner) served at the conference – there is no option to not have meals included and the two different ticket options are the only options. Admission includes full access to all 5 days and all presentations, meals and demonstrations.
There are a few more presenters I’ll be listing soon on the schedule page – just been extremely busy with the new move into a new shop and am still catching up. Go here to get your tickets now – there are only 150 seats available and that’s it. The ticket sale page lists 150 for General and 150 for Students but its actually a combined total of 150. Go here and click the + sign for each quantity of the type of ticket that you want. https://emediapress.com/event/2022-energy-science-and-technology-conference/
For VENDOR & PRESENTER/VIP/GUEST tickets, I’ll announce those soon.
Eric Dollard talk some about Heaviside and his presentation that was given at the 2020 ESTC. Griffin Brock is also on the call to discuss some of his projects, which were the subjects of two presentations he gave at the 2020 ESTC.
We open up for some questions and there are planty of pics and URLs in the video for reference.
There are a whole range of topics covered on this call – the video is 1 hour 22 min.
Donate to EPD Laboratories, Inc. to support this work – all donations are tax deductible: https://ericpdollard.com/ – the donation info is in the right column of the EPD website.
LONGITUDINAL WAVE, SIMPLE HOME STUDY KIT – Not everyone has thousands of dollars to spend on a 20:1 scale model replica of Tesla’s Colorado Springs Magnifying Transmitter. Nor does everyone have the technical background or the tools to create one.
Therefore, we are excited to be able to offer a desktop learning kit designed by Adam Griffin, an advanced engineer who has been helping Eric Dollard with various mathematical and engineering challenges related to all of this over the last couple years.
Adam is more than qualified to provide the kind of quality design we wish to offer you through Vril.IO and you can see a bit of his work and developments with this Longitudinal Wave Kit in the videos at the top of the website.
It can’t do many of the high power demonstrations as Eric Dollard’s 20:1 scale model, but it isn’t supposed to either. You can definitely light some LED’s with a single wire to impress your friends, Tesla enthusiasts and even yourself! The bottom line is that it is a Longitudinal Wave generator and it works.