The advanced seismic warning system that was built by Eric Dollard in Landers, California was the most advanced earthquake forecasting system ever developed or probably even imagined. It could predict earthquakes magnitude 6.0 and above 24-72 hours ahead of time, which is far beyond anything our own government or military has ever achieved (publicly that is). Since it was closed, Eric has been working to rebuild the basic system, but this time on protected land where nobody can stop the progress.
He has been accomplishing this with a low budget based on donations and “glom”, which is free stuff found around the desert, junk yards or electrical surplus places. This has been ongoing for a few years now and the progress has been incredible including have an entire mine dedicated with three seismic transducers (seismographs) at the disposal of EPD Laboratories, Inc!
The signals are very low strength and it is an amazing challenge to amplify these – especially if the goal is to do it all with analogue components. Of course being that Eric Dollard is the modern-day Tesla, he is doing it Tesla style.
This presentation walks you through the concepts of converting the seismograph signals into musical signals using a Tesla Converter. Most Tesla fans have never heard of or even know what a Tesla Convert is, but Eric teaches what it is and even shows one working. It amplifies signals with resonance instead of electrically. That along is beyond the scope of most Electrical Engineers and Eric Dollard is using this to have each Seismograph output tones that will eventually be tuned to the Pythagorean scale.
If you thought 432 Hz was the musical note of A that would be in resonance with the natural world, well, the truth is you’ve been misled. The truth is that the Pythagorean scale is the one that is truly in harmony with natural ratios and you will learn all about that in this presentation.
Besides the Tesla Converter presentation and demo (with us in the actual mine!), you’re going to learn about some audio amplifier circuits that you have never seen and the design concept that Eric shares may very well be the most highest fidelity audio amplifier ever conceived.
You’re going to learn quite a bit about multiplexing, which is like playing a chord on the piano, but it is more than that. On phone lines, being able to send multiple signals once and having them be split apart again at the end. You’re going to see Eric on a piano keyboard showing a lot about chords and multiplexing. He has quite a bit of this in the presentation and is necessary to prove the point. If you understand that harmonics are important, even if you don’t fully understand it, this presentation is priceless.