This is an update from January here at the shop in Spokane with Eric Dollard. We’re working non-stop on this project with the hopes of being able to demonstrate this at the 2021 ESTC – seating is limited, get your tickets here: https://energyscienceconference.com
At this point now, we’re actually 99% done with the audio rack and are making rapid progress on the RF rack, which we will show you very soon. Below are THREE videos that I had time to edit and make avail – there are quite a few pictures and videos that I’ll post in the near future showing more of the progress that we’ve made.
Video #1 below is from January 21, 2021 and is a general update video:
Video #2 below is from January 30, 2021 and is a short video of the old HP Scope that Eric rejuvenated back to life.
Video #3 below is from January 31 and February 2, 2021 and shows the 1940s Collins Transmitter, which sat out in the Arizona desert getting rained on, etc. and it is now in working condition. There are some general updates in addition to some details on the Tesla Coils that the tuning unit will be feeding. Most of the coil project is already built and we’ll show pics/vids of that later.
CLEAN ENERGY ACADEMY INTERVIEW WITH DOLLARD & MURAKAMI
When Eric Dollard was still in the Northwest not too long ago, Tivon from the Clean Energy Academy interviewed Eric Dollard and myself online at our shop. We touch on a few topics but focus a lot on the large Cosmic Induction Generator project that took us nonstop, every day for a month to get about 90% complete. You can see what this looks like and learn more about it from both of our perspectives. Make sure to register for the 2021 ESTC to see this demonstration in person!
This is a project that I (Aaron Murakami) have been working on for a while. It is engineered by Eric Dollard and built by myself mostly from scratch. Jeff Moe helped with machining some of the parts but most is hand fabricated with hand tools on my work bench.
There are multiple applications for the system when completed or in other words a lot of different experiments that can be performed because it is being designed to be universal.
We have a bit more to do for the audio rack and still have to do the entire RF rack – next year’s conference will have some of the most incredible Tesla experiments most people have ever seen or heard of.
Since the massive shutdown, I’ve been upgrading a lot of products and devices that are more sustainable, uses less resources, are healthier, etc.
I’m not suggesting you throw a lot of things away – I did for a handful of items, but when something needs replacing, perhaps it is reasonable to consider other options.
1. BIDET – The first thing to disappear off the shelves starting about two months ago was toilet paper and also paper towels. So, I bought a bidet retrofit for a toilet rather than hoarding ridiculous amounts of toilet paper. It’s a free energy device with an infinite COP since it requires none of my own energy input and is completely powered by the water line pressure, which is completely free. LOL It’s more hygienic and you only need a small amount of paper to pat-dry yourself and you’re done! Bidet’s are going out of stock everywhere too. This is the one I purchased, which has a setting for women: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00P2XZDGG?ie=UTF8&tag=maimounas-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00P2XZDGG
3. COFFEE POT – My coffee pot broke – thanks to the limited life span of digital electronics. I looked around and decided to go with a simple pour through system. Ceramic or glass pour though version have been available for coffee cups for ages but they do require you to add a filter – most people use paper filters but paper coffee filters absorb some of the essential oils from the coffee so you never really get the taste that you’re paying for. There are reusable stainless steel filters, which work great. The one I decided to get is an all glass borosilicate glass pitcher so it can be heated directly on the stove if it gets cold, holds multiple cups of coffee and the reusable stainless filter is double layered – super fine mesh on the inside, which is layered over larger holes – haven’t seen that kind before but it’s the best reusable filter I ever used. Unfortunately, this one is not avail but you can see others: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07WLWH7RJ?ie=UTF8&tag=maimounas-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B07WLWH7RJ – I’d give it a 4 star simply because the glass lid that comes with it isn’t a great fit and doesn’t hold still very well but other than that, I love the fact that it is just glass and stainless steel. No plastic, no electronics to plug in and it has a small footprint.
4. STAINLESS COOKING PANS – I already have a set of stainless, copper bottom pots and pans. But I have some older baking sheets, loaf pan, etc. and some had teflon and some where aluminum. They’re almost never used because they’re unhealthy to use so I dumped them. I was surprised at all the stainless options available for all of these kind of sheets/pans but I was also looking for copper ones as well. However, WARNING – I found that a lot of “copper” products being marked as safe and natural are actually coated in silicon and synthetic chemicals and is far from natural. Stainless is the only one I could find that have no nonsense attached. Here is what I recently used to replace the aluminum and teflon coated items:
Recently, we posted about the Signal Messaging app that allows your text, voice and video calls made through the app to others that have the same app to be encrypted. You can learn more about it down below on the Encrypted Communications post below.
We work on a lot of different technologies and work with people that have their hands on a lot of technologies so it is important to us that all our communications are as secure as possible.
Countless people’s communications are being exploited, nearly a half a million ZOOM accounts were just put on the dark web and they can be purchased for a few cents each and in many times, they’re free so it is one of the least secure platforms for video calls.
Here are 2 simple things you can use to add to your privacy arsenal in addition to the Signal messaging app – keep in mind the other person does NOT have to have the Signal app for you to text them on your phone like normal! It is just that if they do have it, then your communications are encrypted. I’m moving towards deleting Skype and Whatsapp as soon as the main people I communicate to on those has Signal.
Duckduckgo – I’ve used this for a long time now on both my home computers and on my phone and am extremely happy with it – it’s 100% FREE. Very rarely do I ever directly use Google. Duckduckgo is always set as my homepage as my main search engine because it does NOT collect private information and the searches are anonymous! Consider using it as your own default search engine and get away from Google, which was just reported to now be worth over $1 Trillion USD!! https://duckduckgo.com
Hide My Ass – I’ve used this for years. It is a proxy service that allows you to visit different websites, but those websites will not record your real internet protocol address (IP Address), it will record the IP Address of whatever proxy you use. You can have it set to use a local proxy near you or you can make it look like you’re searching from almost any country you can think of. It’s a paid service that renews annually and it is well worth it. It is also faster that other proxy services I’ve used. And with one account, you can have it on laptop for example, your phone or other computer at the same time. Learn more: Hide My Ass
Pass this on! There is a race at this very moment to destroy our rights to privacy at an alarming rate and it is coming from those who are pushing the most fear-mongering propaganda about the current Covid-19 situation.
This call is JAM-PACKED with a lot of info. Jim gives an overview of each and every presentation he gave at the Energy Science & Technology Conference. He also discusses his latest book, which has been released on Amazon – The Meaning of Unity in Energy Conversion Systems.
Then we open up for questions from the callers and there are quite a bit that cover a lot of areas of his work.