You can see in this video that has finally acquired most of the equipment he had at Landers, which is necessary for the Advanced Seismic Warning System. The Eric Dollard Fan Club is largely responsible for much of this as well as some other donors and supporters of this work.
The time frame is that between now and the next 8 weeks, we’re planning on supporting Justin (Secretary & Treasurer of EPD Laboratories, Inc.) in getting to the lab to build some shelving units. This was delayed at the end of Nov beginning of Dec due to a sewer breakdown for the building, which occurred under the sidewalk out front. This took a few weeks alone as Justin personally had to dig up the sidewalk and get to the sewer but thankfully, the town’s various departments did pitch in to help re-route the buildings outlet to another nearby sewer line. This problem happened right after there was a breakdown in one of the primary vehicles used to get out to the lines but progress is being made. You can see the bench tests Eric is running in the last video to calculate the loading coil network that goes on every several poles on the transmission structure.
The plan is for Justin to then come back in April to assist Eric in completing the repair of some of the poles and to install and finish the cross arm work and string up up the lines and demonstrate the beginnings of being able to show the Earth signals. This was planned to be done in December but was delayed because of the above reasons.
Enjoy the video – there are just a couple more from my trip but we are planning to host a live Q & A call with Eric where you can call in live and ask him questions probably before these other couple videos are released so stay tuned!
Here is a video presentation of Eric Dollard showing his recent bench experiments with analog networks that demonstrate both transverse and longitudinal propagation. When used together, time is cancelled out of the equation so that information can transmit from one end of the system to the other with no time delay. That isn’t faster than the speed of light, it is instantaneous or extraluminal.
Here are photographs from a recent visit to EPD Laboratories, Inc. showing Eric Dollard working on some Transverse & Longitudinal Analog Networks, which cancel time out of the equation on transmission lines when used together. That means that signals can propagate from end of the transmission structure (lines) to another without any time delay. That isn’t faster than the speed of light since there is no velocity, it is instantaneous, which is extraluminal.
A new video walk through by Eric Dollard is coming soon that will explain what you see in the pictures below.
Here is a set of pictures where I (Aaron Murakami) drove with Eric Dollard and Stephen McGreevy up to the transmission line site. The transmission lines are about 1.25 miles long, which makes this the largest scale Tesla-Alexanderson type transmission project in the world.
Part of the lines run adjacent to some power lines, which may cause interference so EPD Laboratories, Inc. may only use part of the lines.
We also drive up to an old seismic mine, which is now under the control of EPD Laboratories, Inc. There are 2 highly sophisticated seismographs, which will be used as part of the data to predict earthquakes 6.0 and above 48-72 hours ahead of time. The other 3 pieces of data is solar flux activity and above and below ground signals, which the transmission structure will receive.
A video will be coming soon explaining in detail what you see in the pictures below. It was very windy so some of the audio is hard to hear, but it will be left in the video so you get the raw uncut version.
This is a narrated PowerPoint with the photographs that were posted recently. Eric Dollard explains what you’re seeing in the pictures.
This is the latest Advanced Seismic Warning System progress by Eric Dollard and EPD Laboratories, Inc. Most was done in the spring of 2015 before the conference in July. Eric and Justin are set to do more work in Oct thru December and are on track to demonstrate the reception of earth signals by early December.