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The San Francisco Tesla Society
presents a free presentation featuring
"Existence Morphology At the Edge of 2012"
Sunday, March 13, 2011 1
p.m. - 5 p.m. at the
San Francisco Tech Shop
926 Howard Street (near 5th Street)
San Francisco, CA 94103
(FYI - Daylight
savings time starts on March 13)
The solar system, our planet, and every living organism on it are being extruded
through the galactic plane, the centerline of the galactic accretion disk, an
immense rotating torsion manifold rippling with gravity waves and complex
At this very moment, movement of the Earth's magnetic pole is accelerating, the
planetary magnetosphere is being contorted with unique features becoming
apparent, our Sun has been exhibiting unusual phenomena, and throughout the
entire solar system, planetary climate change is accelerating.
Various theories have been developed to create models of this process dynamic as
it occurs and the consequences thereof, but no matter which model or combination
of such one may find agreement with, what is absolutely certain is that
accelerating cosmological and planetary changes are currently observable.
This presentation links together the most recent scientific research and hard
data indicating this already occurring, and rapidly accelerating morphology
affecting our very existence. Our perception of existence itself is being
compressed and contorted as we are being extruded through this cyclical
What is examined here is the intersection of cosmology, physics, and what could
be referred to as "quantum biology". Evidence suggests that our earliest
humanoid ancestors were "told" by someone or something that the significance of
this encountered cyclical phenomena would be of profound importance.
Various ancient cultures around the world had been compelled to perform
fantastic feats of engineering and astronomical calculations to indicate this
approaching moment in time, which could be interpreted as a sort of evolutionary
event horizon about to be encountered.
The question would be, why? A potential answer for this question is offered for
consideration in this presentation.
Ostman currently is a senior fellow at the Institute for Global Futures, a consulting
group which provides strategic research, analysis, technical due diligence, and related
technology centric development services o Fortune 500 companies and institutions worldwide.
Charles serves with the management team of Fourth Venture, a business development entity
engaged in the enterprise of translating former soviet / eastern bloc military
technologies (and expertise) into benevolent / cleantech applications with significant
social implications, such as alternative & sustainable energy platforms, specialized
materials and applied nanotechnology.
He is an active participant with the Millennium Project for Global Futures Studies and
Research, of the American Council for the United Nations University, a global
participatory futures research think tank of futurists, scholars, business planners, and
policy makers who work for international organizations, governments,
corporations, NGOs, and universities
Charles has authored numerous technical papers and published articles, lectures frequently
around the country and abroad, and has contributed content featured in a number of
books, including CyberLife, Secrets, the SIRS Applied Sciences journal, and is
involved in various other authoring projects.
He chairs and participates in a wide variety of conferences and seminars in the
US and abroad. He recently spoke about advanced
fuel reformer systems to the Singularity University at NASA's Ames Research
He has been a featured guest and speaker in a diverse variety of nationally broadcast
television and radio programs in venues ranging from PBS Television to the nationally
syndicated Coast to Coast AM and America at
Night radio programs.
Charles Ostman has 25+ years experience in the fields of electronics, materials science,
computing and artificial intelligence, including eight years at Lawrence Berkeley
Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley, and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Subsequent professional experience encompasses a diverse range of technical development
projects at facilities including GTE Lenkurt, Litton Industries, Lucas Films, Phoenix
Laser Systems, NanoThinc, Omni Scientific Instruments, Evolutionary Networks, and a
variety of other technology related companies
Charles Ostman can be reached in cyberspace at the following locations:
---- About the Tech Shop .....................
March 13 will be our first meeting at the brand new Tech Snop in San Francisco.
Come one hour early at 12 noon for a free tour of the Tech Shop by its staff to
find out what you can make (and learn to make). there using its plastics, metal
wood, textiles, electronics CAD-CAM and other industrial fabrication equipment.
Membership and safety insttruction is required for the use of Tech Shop
industrial equipment. For more information about the Tech Shop in San Francico,