Here is an interview with me by Ken Rohon on his show Amplified – he is the photographer for our conference – he is WAY more than a photographer. My segment is about 35-40 minutes and goes into some general topics.
I just listened to it and noticed that I said Tesla is the greatest inventor alive… in some ways he certainly is.
RS Stafford is a long time researcher in the energy sciences and knows more about John Bedini’s work than most. He is blessed to have been able to acquire John Bedini’s 6 coiler SG and the large Ferris Wheel Motor.
Here is the goal and why we need your help to raise some donations:
Investigate John Bedini’s Ferris Wheel Hub Motor and Mag amp Motor to get a better handle on how this Tech works. Map out the Magnetic Fields around the various magnets and coils. Document and study all the various values of the components. Add extra Energy producing equipment to demonstrate various concepts that John Bedini has shown us.. And to show case experiments beyond what JB was allowed to show us. Then Bring the Ferris Wheel to the 2020 Energy Science & Technology Conference for a full Presentation.
The below is an excerpt from the full length vendors & announcement videos from the 2019 ESTC.
Attendees from 9 countries and from 48 out of 50 states helped make this year’s 8th Annual Energy Science & Technology Conference another magical experience. There were about 20 presentations from an amazing group of speakers including Dr. James DeMeo, Prof. Robert Haralick, Dr. Jack Hanlon, Eric Dollard and many others.
The presentations will be produced in digital downloads available through Clickbank like usual and this begins next week with the editing. We may start releasing them by the end of next week. The goal is to make 2-3 available per week until they’re all available.
Here are just a few pictures to give you a glimpse of what happened this weekend. There are a lot more to come including some slideshows.
Here are a few comments from some of the attendees:
“For all of what you have done. It was our first time and we will walk away with networking opportunities and a large amount of knowledge. Thanks to you and the great presenters.” – Terry & Jake
“I just wanted say how much I enjoyed this years conference. Thank you to you and all your team for all your efforts in putting it on and making it possible. Your work and events like the ESTC are part of what it’s going take to bring about the changes the world so badly needs. So keep up the good work. I learned a lot and enjoyed meeting like minded people from all over North America and different parts of the world. I found the staff at the Eagles very accommodating and friendly. You have a perfect venue…… Also thanks to you, Paul, Jeff and Peter I have information on how to get my MWO working properly and have already started making changes.” – Jim C.
“Just want to mention that my first experience at the 2019 ESTC was very positive. Thanks to you and the hardworking team behind the scenes, I can say that the 2019 ESTC was a success. The presentations were insightful and the networking opportunities made it worthwhile. I believe it was time well spent. Looking forward to the 2020 ESTC.” – Roul M.
“That was my second year at ESTC and it was #AWESOME. Thanks so much for all the hard work from your and the community. I appreciate it. I mentioned to you that I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to purchase that Kit that you and Adam are putting together. Consider me committed and on a list, if there is one. I’ll just follow the instructions once I see them. Thanks again. I’m looking forward to next year.” – Michael E.
“The conference exceeded all expectations!” – Adam B.
There are a lot more updates to come as time permits.
Here is the first of several interviews that were recorded at the 2017 ESTC. The 2018 ESTC has already passed, but they’re still worth watching. Karen Elkins of Science to Sage Magazine interviewed James and Valerie Robitaille of the QEG family.