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October 21, 2019

We are honored to present one of Breakthrough Energy’s pioneers. Dr. Peter Lindemann is inventor, researcher, historian, author, lecturer and educator in the field of advanced alternative energy. In 1973, he was introduced to Edwin Gray’s self-running electric motor and has been studying similar technologies ever since.
Peter will be speaking about “The Science Behind Tesla’s Self-acting Engine.” This technology has a great future. It allows access to solar energy 24 hours a day, whether the sun is shining or not. Read more about Peter Lindemann here.

Peter has not been active in the field of Breakthrough Energy for the last three years. As Mr Lindemann explains:

“I have been involved in this field for 43 years, ever since 1973, when I first learned of Ed Gray’s remarkable electric engine that kept its own batteries charged. In that time, I have had the astonishing privilege of studying under, becoming friends with, and making significant contributions to the work of five extraordinary gentlemen: Bruce E. DePalma, Robert G. Adams, Trevor James Constable, David R. Squires, and John C. Bedini.

Near the end of 2016 my good friend and colleague, John Bedini, died suddenly and unexpectedly. It really shocked me in a way I didn’t understand. It gave me a sense that I wanted to re-evaluate what I was doing in the New Energy Field, and so I announced my retirement.

Now, 3 years later, I can’t say that I returned to full engagement, but I am starting to get a little more involved in this field again.”

For more on John Bedini, follow this link to our Hall of Fame.


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October 17, 2019

Meet Jorg Schauberger, presenter at the GlobalBEM conference in November. His talk will be about: “Comprehend and Copy Nature – Viktor Schauberger and his unconventional way of looking at the complex web of life, his predictions and solutions”

Jorg is a author and editor of several books and video documentations about his grandfather Viktor Schauberger, speaker at international congresses, head of PKS (Pythagoras Kepler System,an NPO in Austria referring to the works of Viktor and Walter Schauberger). For more than two decades he together with his wife Ingrid organizes international seminars in Bad Ischl,Austria, dealing with new ways of river engineering,futuristic energy- and propulsion-systems as well as alternative ways in agriculture and forestry.

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October 8, 2019

Meet Montgomery Childs & Michael Clarage , presenters at the GlobalBEM conference in November. Their talk will be about: “The SAFIRE Project: Transformative Technology”

Montgomery Childs holds a number board certifications related to applied physics, mechanical engineering, statistics, and computational fluid dynamics.

As the founder of Aurtas International he is the creator, chief scientist, and program leader of the SAFIRE Project. Designed with multidisciplinary collaboration, SAFIRE replicates the atmosphere of the Sun in a laboratory. 

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Dr Clarage gained his PhD in physics from Brandeis University, studying the biological and statistical behavior of proteins. Michael Clarage has researched binary pulsars at the Arecibo radio telescope, and made discoveries in the areas of fractional calculus and chaotic systems. He designed and managed the production of one of the first secure phone messaging apps for physician communication. His public lectures have shown many new ways to understand relativity and dimensions, metaphysics in biology, and how to include the idea of “function” in astronomical phenomena.

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October 5, 2019

Meet Dr. Paul LaViolette , presenter at the GlobalBEM conference in November. His talk will be about: “Through the Looking Glass: Our Open-System Universe and Overunity Galaxy”

Paul LaViolette has been president of the Starburst Foundation since 1984, where he has conducted interdisciplinary research in physics, astronomy, geology, climatology, prebiotic evolution, SETI, psychology, and anthropology. He received a BA in physics from Johns Hopkins, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and a Ph.D. in systems science from Portland State University. After conducting occupational safety research at Harvard University, he invented and patented an improved rebreather apparatus. He has conducted solar desalination research for the state of California and also consulted Hughes Aircraft Corp. on ways to improve company innovation.

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September 30, 2019

Meet Toby Grotz, presenter at the GlobalBEM conference in November 2019. His talk will be about: “Breakthrough Energy Generators, How Bruce dePalma’s Discovery led to the Design and Implementation of Over Unity Systems”.

Toby Grotz is an electrical engineer with a background in power systems design. He has designed electrical systems for coal, natural gas and nuclear power plants. Mr. Grotz has been effectively managing projects in the energy and utility industry and researching alternative energy systems for 40 years. Work experience includes design and support for capital improvements for power plants rated up to 1800MW.

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