This is a preview of what is to come in one of two different presentations that Eric Dollard will be giving at the 2019 Energy Science & Technology Conference.
All seats are already sold out, but you can pre-register for the 2020 ESTC at http://energyscienceconference.com. The registration will show it is for 2019, but all those registrations will be moved across to 2020 so please disregard the date. Also, if you already registered for 2019, you do NOT have to re-register as all registrations will be carried over for 2020.
This presentation of Eric’s will be 90 minutes rather then the usual 4 hour marathon. It will be very brief and will touch on quite a few aspects of the technology that were previously classified.
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.