See the whole presentation and live demonstration on The Borderlands of Nikola Tesla’s Resonant Transformer at Emediapress.com
Here is a video showing the latest cleanup effort of the lab for EPD Laboratories, Inc. 501(c)3 non profit. This was a daily effort for an entire week by myself, Jari Karvonen and Alex Loseman. Special thanks also to Scott Hensler who helped with some security camera issues and a few others tasks at the building.
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Here is a brief overview of something Eric Dollard has experimented in the past and it is a fun way to visualize sound with a “3D” looking anima that is synchronized with music. His newer version isn’t built but he gives a walk thru.
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This video is from a visit to EPD Laboratories, Inc. down in Nevada early October 2020. Eric Dollard is discussing the material coming together for Versor Algebra 3, which is related to his upcoming presentation on Fortescue, which would be part 2 coming to the 2021 Energy Science & Technology Conference.
You can learn more about Versor Algebra Part 1 and 2 here: https://emediapress.com/?s=versor&post_type=product
Eric’s Fortescue presentation from the 2020 ESTC is avail here: https://emediapress.com/shop/method-symmetrical-co-ordinates-applied-solution-polyphase-networks-sequel-work-charles-fortescue-title/
Meet Eric Dollard live at the 2021 ESTC: Energy Conference
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