Posted on: August 15th, 2015 by Peter Lindemann

To begin with, I would like to thank you for your interest in my work over the years, and for your support of the work of all of the other inventors and authors of our growing library of Annual Energy Conference materials. Your continuing interest in the exciting field of “alternative” energy technologies is helping to establish this science as the future “main stream” in the larger scientific community. Together, we ARE making a huge difference in this world!

powerofaether174xThird 2015 Conference Release

Today marks the release of Eric Dollard’s presentation at the 2015 Energy Science and Technology Conference. His Lecture is titled The Power of the Aether as Related to Music and Electricity and it runs just under 4-hours in length. The history it covers and the ideas it integrates into a larger vision of Humanity’s role in the Natural World are remarkable. From J. S. Bach to J. J. Thompson and beyond, Eric ties Aether to Aesthetics, and Harmony to Experience. To learn more, please take a look at the the extensive overview of the lecture presented at the link below.

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Coming Presentation Releases

This year’s FREE release of the Speaker’s Discussion Panel will be on Tuesday, August 18th. Many people thought that last year’s Discussion Panel was a major “Highlight” of the Conference. I’ll publish a link to that as soon as it becomes available.

The next product release coming up will be on Wednesday, August 19th. That is when Eric Dollard’s latest book Versor Algebra, Part 2 will become available. This book continues on where Versor Algebra, Part 1 leaves off. This is another one of Eric’s Mathematical Master Pieces!

In the Next Couple of Days

I’ll be sending out other newsletter reminders as some of these other presentations are released, along with a quick link that takes you directly to the page that describes the product in more detail. For your convenience, here are the links to the presentations released so far:

Paul’s Lecture:

Jim’s Lecture:

Eric’s Lecture:

That’s it for now. Thanks again for your interest in the Advanced Energy Sciences, and for helping make this a better world!

Warm regards,

Peter Lindemann, DSc