From Jeane Manning site (changingpower.net
): Come join us at Langara College’s for a Breakthrough Energy Forum on Monday night, Apr. 11 starting promptly at 7 pm. Only $5!
There will be five informed speakers, so there’s a lot to tell you in
only 2 hours, with time allotted also for Q. and A. and maybe we’ll
take a breather in middle.
I’ll do further blogposts below this “stickypost”.
The event will be in theatre A122a (inside college front entrance from 100 W. 49th Ave., Vancouver).
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For Monday event, strong turnout indicated
I’ve heard from a good number of people who are planning to attend
the event mentioned above. It all evolved from one young woman taking
the initiative. Here’s how it happened: This
winter Mirjana Maras was employed (mathematician) at Blue Energy Canada
office where she had been steered toward new-energy information via the
book Breakthrough Power. Mirjana was inspired to organize an educational event. As a result and as mentioned in the post at the top of my home page, a Breakthrough Energy Forum will be held in Vancouver on Monday April 11, starting at 7 p.m. at Langara College, Theatre A122a.
Abderrahmane (Abder) Atbi, who gave a report in Vancouver on the
Bedini “Renaissance Charge” conference in November, is co-chairing the
event’s organizing committee with Mirjana. He and three other engineers
will speak about different sections of the new energy research, and I’ll
do the introductory talk and slide presentation. Looking forward to it!
Following an overview of new-energy news and what it means for everyone (by Jeane Manning), speakers at the forum will discuss
- the harmony-with-nature devices of Viktor Schauberger (Rick McDiarmid),
- super-efficient magnetic motor/generators (Craig Petersen),
- John Bedini’s revolutionary battery charger systems (Andrew Kuepfer) and
- a dramatic innovation called the Lockridge device (Abder Atbi).
Examples of other news — investigators of “water fuel” projects claim
that some of their systems generate excessive power well beyond the
input power taken from any battery used to drive the systems. Is a
background energy of the universe the source of those unusual power
inputs? The question is still up in the air, but we’ll be tackling it.
Langara College is on city bus routes and near a Canada Line stop.
Theatre A122a is to the left inside the college’s front door at 100 West
49th Avenue, across the lobby from the Continuing Studies department.
Tickets to the forum are $5.