Below you find an overview of day 1 from the Global Breakthrough Energy conference 2019. Our guest editor Ralf Neels spent quite some time to put this article together and it is based on his personal experience. If you like to connect to Ralf please use our Contact Form.
Tuesday, November 11, 2019
GlobalBEM conference 2019 – Saturday
Is a breakthrough energy on the horizon?
Last Saturday, I was attending the 2019 Global Breakthrough Energy Conference. A conference about break through energy technologies which are, unfortunately, considered as fringe or pseudo-science based inventions according to mainstream scholars and universities.
But, listening to the topics involved, this field of science is far from the hocus pocus and theoretical gibberish and seems to have a real down to earth hard core scientific basis with provable working examples shown.
I was there to explore the viable alternatives to a centralized energy dependency. Technologies that can save us from the stranglehold of power and money hungry conglomerates. Because it is about time that we the people, take our (literal) power back!
After Susan opened the conference, she introduced the 3rd generation of the Schauberger family from Austria; Jörg Schauberger.
He is holding a science-degree (Magister rer. nat.) in Mathematics from the Karl-Franzens-University in Graz, Austria.
With his company Schauberger Natur Technik he is partner in a research group (Applied Water Physics) at Wetsus in Leeuwarden.
In short terms, he showed a complete holistic approach to not only water engineering, but he also explained the ramifications of bad water management in mono-culture and agriculture or cultural aspects regarding the water’s function, value and purpose, cutting-edge research on phenomena like water memory or energetic water quality.Otmar Grober, an Austrian river engineer, is a partner in holistic river regulation design. Consisting of natural materials, Grober’s engineering solutions serve as efficient flood and erosion protection. These solutions are cost saving and seem to accelerate recovery of the rehabilitated waterways by improving chemical and energetic water quality.
Inclined Micro Groins (Also a known term in permaculture) can help in controlling the river flow. Essentially, with this technique, the otherwise detrimental energy of the water does not actually reach the shoreline, but it flows harmlessly in the middle of the river. A rich illustrated example can be found here.
_____________________________________________Only nature should be our teacher. Nature is polar, not dualistic
_____________________________________________He showed the audience that nature works in a quiet, non-dualistic way. Tree and plant life does not wonder in terms of good and bad or hot and cold. A tree or plant just is and grows with the basic ingredients and conditions necessary to prosper. Each kind of plant produces its own unique kind of water.Jörg also mentioned Wilson “Snowflake” Bentley, who was the first known photographer of snowflakes. He perfected a process of catching flakes on black velvet in such a way that their images could be captured before they either melted or sublimated.From the more than 5000 pictures Wilson took of the snowflakes during his life, you can see the vast variety of geometrical shapes. The famous expression that “no two snowflakes are alike” must have come from his research. Wilson Bentley was a great contributor to the illustration of natural (frozen) water patterns.
Talking about natural geometric patterns; Cymetics, the modal vibration phenomena was also mentioned by Jörg Schauberger as a visual aid to see the frequency and geometry relation of natural shapes and patterns of liquid and fine grained materials.
But of course, the conference is about free energy and Jörg mentioned the energy from water. A meandering healthy and clean river can give energy. If you actually measure the voltage, a meandering river gives energy and a straight flowing “channel” of water does not move the volt meter.
In regards of energy from water, Jörg Schauberger also mentioned the works of Olof Alexandersson (author of “Living Water: Viktor Schauberger and the Secrets of Natural Energy”) and Lasse Johansson.
The book of Alexandersson describes that Viktor Schauberger as an inventor developed a number of ingenious machines which would revolutionize farming, horticulture, forestry and aircraft propulsion. He developed water purification systems, and showed how air and water could be harnessed as fuels for many machines. His discovery of implosive energy and diamagnetism had many practical applications, most of which have yet to be developed.
However, old remnants of the implosion turbine designs from Viktor showed up in the USA and replica’s where made by enthusiasts of Viktor’s work.
Allegedly, UFO like flying machines where spotted in South America right after WWII, based on the implosion (anti-gravity) techniques from Viktor. However, Jörg claims never to have seen a flying machine of this sort in his entire life.
And last but not least, in the list of names Hal Puthoff was mentioned. Puthoff , a Stanford Ph.D., was heavily involved in alternative approaches to general relativity and quantum mechanics. Later on, he was conducting experiments in the field of remote viewing, together with Russell Targ.
In 1985, Puthoff founded a for-profit company, EarthTech International in Austin, TX.
Dr. Theo Almeida Murphy
“It is time to use water as a fuel. Water will be the coal of the future” Jules Verne
Most water fuel researchers and developers are focused on methods to separate hydrogen and oxygen from water with electrolysis (running electrical current through the water). However, there are other ways that are much more efficient and effective. With only hundreds of milliamps, Walter Jenkins can run an engine with 95%+ water. Walter isn’t using electrolysis, but he was heavily involved with that years ago and he is actually the original developer of the popular dry cell that most experimenters are using.
For over twenty years, journalist and public speaker Mats Lewan, author of the book An Impossible Invention: The true story of the energy source that could change the world—has been writing about technology and science based on his profound knowledge in the field. His style is captivating and easy to follow, even for those who are not technology savvy.
He is committed to the issue of where our world is heading and how people and technology interact. Both as a speaker and writer, he identifies the technology-driven social change that many sense but is often difficult to describe.
Lewan has been working for more than fifteen years as a technology reporter for the leading Swedish technology magazine Ny Teknik. He also started the forward-looking Swedish digital magazine Next Magasin for which he was the managing editor.
Previously Lewan worked internationally as a freelance journalist, and as a reporter for CBS-CNET News in San Francisco while attending the Innovation Journalism Program at Stanford University.
GAIA – Energy
GAIA was founded on the 15th September 2011 by 6 founding members. The association was able to attract more than 2400 enthusiasts, visionaries, pioneers, sponsors and extraordinary gifted people and keeps growing. They strongly believe that it is possible to power every single building with self-sufficient energy without the exploitation of Earth’s natural resources.
Peter Lindemann continues to be a sought after lecturer, consultant and educator in the field of alternative energy solutions.
Tesla had an intense interest in statements from Camot and Lord Kelvin which meant virtually that: “it is impossible for an inanimate mechanism or self acting machine to cool a portion of the medium below the temperature of the surrounding, and operate by the heat extracted”.
- The overall sentiment of the public and main stream scholars is the fear of change and future developments and a rigorous paradigm shift. We need to keep informing everyone about this science and technology in order to overcome fear. Fundamental change in world perspective is needed for at least 15% of the world population for the rest to follow (according to some studies). This is imminent for real change.
- Trust is a very important factor when it comes to sharing ideas and visionary thinking with other peers or colleagues in the same field of work. There is fear of losing the idea to someone else who will run with the idea and make lots of money or strike up all the credits. Most of the time, ego or greed gets in the way of ideas coming to life. Going open source could be a good solution.
- There are too many different views of scientists and inventors. Views or visionary thinking which can be sorted in the same category of invention or solution, but there is no or little co-operation between these inventors about the sharing of knowledge or the combining of assets and resources to accomplish a common solution. Collaboration in this area should be encouraged!
- Curiosity is fundamental for coherence between individuals, when it comes to exploring your own visionary ideas. There must be an environment where people are encouraged to share and grow to become the best version of themselves.
- Internet can help with collaboration and communication, but it is crucial to have face to face contact with like minded people. Ideally, very strong collaboration between parties can reduce the time to develop a viable apparatus from concept to product. Maybe a project which typically takes 10 years to finish, can be finished in maybe half the time!
- Visionary concepts need grassroots collaboration and funding to come to life as a working product. We can not expect from authoritative business or politics to come up with solution as their interests are not in the interest of we, the people and they have a conflict of interest towards our goals. Although, it can help and in many cases it is even crucial to get co-operation of local authority to accomplish common goals.
- The biggest bottleneck between investors and inventors is to get past the phase 1 prototype to full production. Nowadays there are investors with ideals and there are multiple new (online) funding capabilities, which can be interesting, rather than thinking in old ways to get capital. Although investors still do not like to put their money on too much risk, there is also a big sentiment these days to invest in a common goal which will benefit the many instead of the lucky few. We should explore the possibilities. One of the interesting institutions I have been in contact with is https://deblijeb.nl/over-ons/