APEC 8/14: ELF Gravity Control, 2nd Law Physics & TeslaTech Live

August 14, 2021| Events|7 Minutes|By Tim Ventura

Steve Burns discusses his experimental replication of Fran De Aquino’s System-H and ELF gravity control, Daniel Sheehan & Remi Cornwall present on emerging concepts in thermodynamics related to Maxwell’s demon and the 2nd law violations, and Mark Sokol & Jeremy Rys join us LIVE from TeslaTech 2021 in Albuquerque with spot-interviews for this year’s conference presentations and exhibitors.

Part #1 – Steve Burns – System-H & ELF Gravity Control

Retired nuclear engineer Steve Burns joins us to discuss his experimental attempts to replicate Fran De Aquino’s System-H experiment, which was proposed as a method of gravity-control via the generation of ELF (Extra-Low Frequency) electromagnetic waves. Burns is approaching verification of the system H design, and his experimental apparatus now routinely radiates 4.3 Watts at 1.2 Hz using a Gravitronic Tuner he has developed.

Part #2 – Steve Burns – System-H & ELF Gravity Control

Steve Burns answers questions related to his presentation.

Part #3 – Daniel Sheehan – 2nd Law Physics & Maxwell’s Demon

Professor Daniel Sheehan will join us along with Remi Cornwall in a joint discussion of the limitations of the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics and new research that defies standard thinking about heat engines and may offer a path to a new kind of energy generation. Daniel Sheehan is a professor of physics at the University of San Diego and has He has explored experimentally testable challenges to the second law of thermodynamics for more than 25 years. In 2002 he organized the first international conference on the limits to the second law, and in 2005 coauthored the first mainstream treatise on the subject.

Part #4 – Daniel Sheehan – 2nd Law Physics – Q&A Session

Daniel Sheehan answer questions relating to his presentation.

Part #5 – Remi Cornwall – 2nd Law Physics

Professor Daniel Sheehan will join us along with Remi Cornwall in a joint discussion of the limitations of the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics and new research that defies standard thinking about heat engines and may offer a path to a new kind of energy generation. Daniel Sheehan is a professor of physics at the University of San Diego and has He has explored experimentally testable challenges to the second law of thermodynamics for more than 25 years. In 2002 he organized the first international conference on the limits to the second law, and in 2005 coauthored the first mainstream treatise on the subject.

Part #6 – Cornwall & Sheehan – 2nd Law Physics – Q&A Session

Remi Cornwall & Daniel Sheehan answer questions relating to both presentations.

Part #7 – Lucian Ionescu – TeslaTech LIVE – Electrogravitics Systems

Dr. Lucian Ionescu provides an overview of his research into Electogravitic Systems & emerging physics. Ionescu is a Professor at Illinois State University, and specializes in applications of mathematics (homological algebra methods and deformation theory) to quantum physics and quantum computing. His current research is in Number Theory as the Ultimate Physics Theory.

Part #8 – Jeremiah Ferwerda – TeslaTech LIVE – Tesla Turbines

Jeremiah Ferwerda discusses his research into the construction, operation and applications of Tesla Turbines. A Tesla turbine is a bladeless centripetal flow turbine patented by Nikola Tesla in 1913. It is also known as a bladeless turbine, boundary-layer turbine, cohesion-type turbine, and Prandtl-layer turbine because it uses the boundary-layer effect and not a fluid impinging upon the blades as in a conventional turbine.

Part #9 – Russell Anderson – TeslaTech LIVE – Searl Effect

Russell Anderson talks about his research into the Searl Effect Generation and IGV. Russell is the CEO of the Searl Aerospace Corporation, and his lifelong passion for the work of John Searl has led to him his present efforts commercialize the Searl Effect Generator.

Part #10 – Michael Smith – TeslaTech Live – Intellectual Property

Michael Smith from Kepler Aerospace discusses intellectual property legal issues and some of the challenges involved with protections on emerging tech devices. In this interview we’ll also be discussing some past examples of legal snarles that have affected various alt propulsion & energy technologies.

Part #11 – Paul Price – TeslaTech Live – Pulsed Plasma Propulsion

Paul Price talks about his concept for a Pulsed Plasma Propulsion along with his view on conspiracy theories related to emerging tech.

Part #12 – Elswick & Aliengirl111 – TeslaTech Live – Conference Highlights

Steve Elswick discusses his work as the TeslaTech Conference founder & organizer, and Amy aka Aliengirl111 on Twitter talks about her experience at the conference and how open, community events serve to educate and inspire young people to get involved with STEM.

Part #13 – Mike Gamble – TeslaTech Live – Inertial Propulsion

Mike Gamble discusses his experience at this year’s conference and his latest research. Mike Gamble is a regular presenter at the APEC Conference, and also a participate at Tom Valone’s COFE Conference, as well as being an active hands-on inventor building inertial propulsion systems using gyroscopes, based on principles he discovered working with satellite gyros at Boeing.

 

Links & Resources:
• Steve Burns: Steve’s Starship Design Website
• Fran De Aquino: ELF Gravity Control  Researchgate Papers System-G (Precursor)
• TeslaTech: TeslaTech Online   2021 Conference Info
• Daniel Sheehan: UC San Diego Faculty  Maxwell Zombies
• Remi Cornwall: Papers on Academia.Edu
• AlienGirl111 (@papercrane): View on Twitter
• Falcon Space Facebook | YouTube
• Jeremy Rys: Alien Scientist Website