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Music, Electricity & Harmonics

Music, Electricity & Harmonics

Here is the other interview of Eric Dollard by Charles Roland Berry and Robert Emin. It covers more about music, electricity & harmonics, which relates to his upcoming presentation.

This is going to be a very productive month at EPD Laboratories, Inc. For most of this month, Justin Miller and Eric Dollard will be working on transmission lines near the lab. John Polakowski will also be there working on the longitudinal loading network. They’ll take some pictures and videos of this so you can learn more about this. That analog network is very important because it is what permits the extraluminal transmission of signals, which is information going from one point to another instantaneously, which is beyond the idea of a speed of light limit since there is no velocity as part of the equation.

Eric’s upcoming presentation – The Power of the Aether as Related to
Music and Electricity
– will be an ongoing study for him that will continue for years. However, because of the intense nature of creating the massive presentations that he enjoys delivering at the conferences, Eric says this might have to be the final one that he does. It is possible that he may participate in future conferences in lighter roles or with a more casual presentation covering some of his past work or simpler topics, but this may be the end of the monumental presentations. He will still be working on some of the book projects that are related to his last couple presentations so that will continue for a while, but he really has a desire to get back to the bench and start experimenting.

Thanks to the Eric Dollard Fan Club and a few other contributors outside of the Indiegogo campaign, Eric is starting to accumulate the equipment needed for research in the lab so bit by bit, Eric’s lab is coming into being.

Many people are always asking, “Where do I start?” For hands on,
the Crystal Radio Initiative is the simplest hands on project to start experimenting with (mentioned below) and Eric’s Lone Pine Writings Part 1 is a great primer to get the basic definitions down. Get a copy here: http://ericpdollard.com/books-videos/lone-pine-writings/

After discussing this in detail with Eric over the last few weeks, it’s a bit more advanced than the Crystal Radio Initiative, but studying for your basic Technician license for Ham Radio is a great way to get the basics down. The study guide teaches you the basics in electronics, calculations, etc. necessary to have some background in the basics of electrical engineering. If more beginners started there, they’d be able to advance quicker with their experiments because it does create a good schema (frame of reference) to operate with. So, consider getting your own ham radio license. You can get a copy of the latest study guide here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1625950136?ie=UTF8&tag=maimounas-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1625950136

If you haven’t seen Eric’s video presentation on the Crystal Radio Initiative, please go here: http://crystalradioinitiative.com/?go=epdollard – if you’re already subscribed to Energy Times, you’ll receive an email about it. Anyway, you can watch the video and download the 300 page document that is a compilation of everything relating to this project from Energetic Forum. As time permits, I’ll see about doing some video with Eric walking a beginner
through the calculations necessary for the Tesla coil version of a crystal radio.

There are still 63 days until the conference but only 33 seats left, so if you want to see Eric’s final groundbreaking presentation live, make sure to register now: http://energyscienceconference.com

Also, in case you haven’t seen them, Eric’s old Borderland videos that go into longitudinal waves are available here: http://ericpdollard.com/free-videos/transverse-longitudinal-electric-waves-and-teslas-longitudinal-electricity/
you have permission to download these and re-upload these particular versions to your own YouTube account or elsewhere.

Thank you to everyone donating through PayPal directly. If you can send the donation through the Indiegogo campaign, everyone else can see the actual total funds that are accumulating for the latest campaign to help Eric pay off the building and to bring the seismic project to the next major phase of completion by the end of the year. Here is the campaign link: http://igg.me/at/ericdollard/x/2343214