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APEC 5/11: The Race To Infinity, The Searl Effect & EVOs

Conference Details

Brendan McNamara will present “The Race To Infinity: Interstellar Propulsion”, Russell Anderson will discuss the history of John Searl & The Searl Effect, Isaiah Ritchey will present on his SEG Replication project, and Bob Greenyer will discuss Exotic Vacuum Objects. We’ll also be hearing updates from our lab partners and finishing off the event with an open discussion by conference attendees!

12:00pm PT – Brendan McNamara – The Race To Infinity: Interstellar Propulsion

Brendan will provide a comprehensive overview of contemporary & speculative approaches to interstellar travel, including a discussion of utilizing warp-drives & wormholes, along with proposed means of travel such as the classic Alcubierre Drive, concepts derived from Sal Pais Navy Patents, and Jack Sarfatti’s Low-Power Warp Drive. Brendan will additionally discuss novel means of observing other solar systems, including ideas such quantum simulations & entangled communication to experience other worlds without having to physically go there.

1:00pm PT – Russell Anderson – John Searl and the Searl Effect

Russell Anderson is the former CEO of Searl Aerospace Inc, and long-time colleague of Dr. John Searl. He will discuss the Searl Effect Generator (SEG) and Searl Inverse Gravity Vehicle (IGV). The Searl Effect Generator is designed similarly to a linear induction motor (LIM), but it is built around a circular track that allows the continuous motion of movable rotors. It has been described as a magnetic prime mover comprised of electromagnetic multi-phased cylindrical rollers mounted on stationary stator rings that are completely free of mechanical wear and friction. Russell will also discuss the IGV, which is powered by SEG technology, is claimed to be a craft capable of lifting and defying gravity that receives and transforms energy from its surrounding environment as it travels through the air.

2:00pm PT – Isaiah Ritchey – Searl Effect Generator Replication

Isaiah Ritchey will provide a detailed overview of his Searl Effect Generator (SEG) replication project, which seeks to recreate the reported energy-generation & gravity-control claims made by John R. Searl in the mid 20th century. The Searl Effect Generator (SEG) functions along the principles of a linear induction motor (LIM), but designed around a circular track for continuous motion of movable rotors. It is a magnetic prime mover of electromagnetic multi-phased cylindrical rollers over fixed stator rings and free of mechanical wear or friction. Ritchey’s work is notable in precisely following the design & construction parameters outlined by Searl.

3:00pm PT – Bob Greenyer – Exotic Vacuum Objects

Bob Greenyer will be presenting an overview of Exotic Vacuum Objects (EVO’s) and their possible role in Hutchison-style effects, nuclear transmutations, and other energy & materials effects that might be applicable to future propulsion & space systems. Ken Shoulders, the originator of the EVO model, described an EVO as a cluster of electrons that channels energy. Shoulders believed he had used the electrons’ energy to melt microscopic holes in various materials.

4:00pm PT – Lab Partners – Experimental Research Updates

Learn about hands-on engineering & technical research on advanced propulsion experiments by our lab partners. Mark Sokol & the Falcon Space team will describe recent work on NMR / EPR gravity-modification experiments, Jarod Yates & Charles Crawford will provide updates on the Graviflyer, Bryan St. Clair will discuss research being done into new inertial propulsion experiments, and other labs are anticipated to share updates as well during this time.

5:00pm PT – Open Discussion & Ad-Hoc Presentations

Conference guests interested in presenting experimental info to the group are invited to participate at this time, and our presenters will be available to take questions & discuss experiments.


Links & Resources

• Cover Art: “ESS Cerise” by Bert Willemsen
• Brendan McNamara: The Race To Infinity
• Russell Anderson: The Searl Effect
• Isaiah Ritchey: SEG Replication
• Bob Greenyer: Exotic Vacuum Objects