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The San Francisco Tesla Society

presents a series of free Tesla Based Advanced Energy Video Lectures

Sunday, December 11, 2005   1 - 5 p.m. at

Round Table Pizza
Banquet Room on 2nd Floor
5160 Geary Blvd. (at 16th Ave.)
San Francisco, California


"The Wardenclyffe Dream: Nikola Tesla's Plan For Wireless Worldwide Distribution".

Dr. Marc Seifer is best known as the author of the best selling book, Wizard: The Life & Times of Nikola Tesla .   He has been featured in the Washington Post, New York Times, Scientific American as well as numerous other prominent publications.  He is a professor of psychology at Roger William University and the editor of the Journal of ASPG.  He is a fellow of the American College of Forensic Examiners, a board member of the ASPG and has been included in Marquis Who's Who In America and Who's Who In The World.  In this lecture, he presents an illustrated historical account of the great man who was Nikola Tesla.

"Nikola Tesla & the Development of RF Power Systems".

Starting with a brief sketch of Tesla's professional credentials, his RF technology will be shown in perspective and his pioneering electrical achievements will be framed in modern engineering terms.  This presentation includes an overview of their experimental and analytical efforts to replicate and verify Tesla's experiments, such as slow wave helical resonators, particle beams, directed discharges and his 1903 Wardenclyffe program.  Dr. James Corum is a tenured Physics professor, research scientist and inventor.  He has taught and conducted research in electromagnetics, RADAR, RF, astrophysics, mathematics and relativistic electrodynamics for 17 years before turning to private industry.  He was an electrical engineer for the National Security Agency and researcher at Ohio State Radio Observatory.  Kenneth Corum is a Physicist, teacher and consultant.  He was a professor of Physics and general science before entering private industry.  His clients include companies in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands and the United States.  He is the recipient of many industrial and teaching awards including Outstanding Men In America and a listing in the American Men and Women of Science

"Space Solar Power"

New funding for wireless energy transmission research is being offered by the National Science Foundation together with NASA and EPRI.  This technology provides an affordable source of baseload electricity without either carbon dioxide or nuclear proliferation.  Dr. Paul Werbos is the program director for the National Science Foundation (NSF).  He holds four degrees from Harvard and the London School of Economics in Economics, International Political Systems, Applied Mathematics (majoring in Quantum Physics) and interdisciplinary Ph.D. work.  For 9 years he worked at the Department of Energy evaluating and developing a wide range of energy forecasting models.  In 1989, he joined NSF as Program Director in the ECS division with an emphasis on neuroengineering.  He also initiated the SBIR topic 26, which emphasizes the use of fuel-cell automobiles, for which he is technical coordinator.   He has served as president of the International Neuro Network Society, where he is still on the governing board.  He also serves on the AdCom of the IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetic Society and the Neuro Networks Technical Committee of the IEEE Neuro Networks Council.

These lectures are presented via DVD's originally recorded by Lost Arts Media & The Integrity Research Institute (800-952-5678) at the First Nikola Tesla Energy Conference & Exposition, Sheraton College Park Ballroom, Beltsville, Maryland, November 8-9, 2003.  The speaker information above is excerpted from DVD notations.

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Parking is available on the
street or for $ 2 per hour in
the garage nearby behind
ROSS Dept. Store.

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