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Our latest COFE12 CONFERENCE will be August 14th and 15th, 2020 

Integrity Research Institute, sponsor of COFE12,  will host a two-day VIRTUAL CONFERENCE via ZOOM with speakers from all over the world, discussing the latest on energy, propulsion and bioenergetics. 

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FRIDAY AUGUST 14th, 2020  ( All times in EDT)

 10:00 AM  Steve Hampton "Asymmetric Impulse Drive -Theory & Demo
 11:00 AM  Dr. Thorsten Ludwig "Zero Point Energy"
  Noon  Dr. Tom Valone " Climate Need for Clean Energy, Global History, CO2 and Temperature"
 1:00 PM  Lunch Break
 2:00 PM  Mike Gamble "GyroBuild"
 3:00 PM  Dr. Dean Radin "The Resurrection of Magic"
 4:00 PM  Paul Murad " Gravitation as a Rotation Field"
 5:00 PM  Col. Eric Felt "Space Solar Power

SATURDAY AUGUST 15, 2020 (All times in EDT)

 10:00 AM   Mike Gamble "Nikola Tesla Motor"
 11:00 AM   Ray Fleming "Electrons and Protons"
 Noon    Dr. Ed Storms "Cold Fusion Update"
 1:00 PM   Lunch Break
 2:00 PM   Louis Rancourt "Light Effects on Gravity"
 3:00 PM   Bill Alek "Harnessing Electron Spin Energy"
 4:00 PM   Tom Valone "Ufology Textbook - 12 Chapter Summaries-Amazing history of facts and videos

Confirmed Speakers:

Our plenary speaker, Colonel Eric Felt from Kirtland AFB will be presenting on the AFRL Space Solar Beaming Power Demonstration SSPIDR presentation as part of the Air Force Research Laboratory, Directed Energy & Space Vehicles Directorate.

Steve Hampton will be presenting on his Asymmetric Impulse Drive theory and demonstration. Thrust is generated as impulses where in space, momentum is additive. Rotary motion is converted into bi-linear oscillation of a carriage then its momentum rectified.

Dr. Thorsten Ludwig, who is in Germany, will still be able to join us by Zoom to present his new findings about Zero Point Energy. Casimir predicted that zero point energy can be converted into a force with simple metal configurations. Dr Ludwig is working in projects that aim to use this force for propulsion and for generating electric power.

Dr. Tom Valone will be presenting a summary of paleoclimatology, a surprising study of the past 400,000 years of earth’s temperature, CO2 concentration, and sea levels. It offers a compelling new insight into the tightly correlated relationship between the three environmental variables which are shown to change in lockstep, closely keeping pace with each other, throughout the recent earth history. The main graph was produced and published in MIT Technology Review in 2006 by famed NASA Goddard Space Studies Institute and still holds valuable predictive information for exact temperature predictions at least up to 2100.

Mike Gamble is scheduled for a herculean task of presenting two slideshows. The first one will be on the latest developments with his gyroscopic inertial propulsion device (GyroBuild), thanks to his past specialty at Boeing with big versions that were launched into space. The second presentation will be on his hobby of researching Nikola Tesla’s Motor.

Dr. Dean Radin, a chief scientist from the Institute for Noetic Sciences, will be presenting on “The Resurrection of Magic” which includes a study of amazing individuals with extraordinary powers, with reference to his recent books, The Conscious Universe (HarperOne) and SuperNormal (Deepak Chopra Books).

Paul Murad, a former defense contractor, will be presenting on “Gravitation as a Rotational Field” which may include an update to his chapter in the new Valone book, The Future of Energy (Nova Science Pub.) “Gravity/Anti-Gravity, Libration Points, & Relativity: Exposing Light on Dark Matter”.

Ray Fleming is on the schedule to talk about his theory concerning the generation and destruction of electrons and protons as a source of energy.

Dr. Ed Storms, a former scientist at Los Alamos National Labs, will be speaking about the history of cold fusion research. He was a speaker at our first COFE1 back in 1999 and an expert in cold fusion back then. This presentation is essential for anyone who wants to understand the history and science behind the cold fusion controversy. In addition to the technological importance of the effect, the discovery of new ways to initiate nuclear reactions without producing significant radiation reveals an entirely new mechanism operating at the nuclear level in solid material. This new mechanism has important implications for an understanding of many other phenomena. His new book is “Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, An Examination of the Relationship Between Observation and Explanation”.

Louis Rancourt will be describing his research into how light beams can affect gravity but not mass. The experiments are detailed and have been published in Applied Physics Research as well as in Physics Essays. We found his research to be very intriguing, hard to explain, and was referred to us by Dr. Thorsten Ludwig.

William Alek will be presenting his research into “Harnessing Electron Spin Energy” for useful work. An Electron is self-powered by Sub-Quantum Electromagnetic Vacuum Energy. Can this Electron Energy be harvested as a useful source of energy? This presentation will give the best scientific reasoning for utilizing electron spin, such as with magnetic motors since magnetism is driven by spinning electrons.

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