EU2014 — schedule

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Please note: the schedule is subject to change without notice.

Thursday, March 20

12:00 PM Registration Desk Opens
6:00 Social Hour in the Atrium 
7:00 Dr. Bill Mullen: Welcome and Introduction of MC David Novak
7:10 Wallace Thornhill: Pulling the Threads of Evidence Together
7:35 David Talbott: Symbols of an Alien Sky — Evidence That Matters
8:00 Ben Davidson: The Variable Sun and Its Effects on Earth
8:45 Questions for Thornhill, Talbott and Davidson
9:00 David Novak: Closing Remarks

Friday, March 21

8:00 AM David Novak: Welcome and Announcements 
8:10 Daniel Jencka: All About Evidence
8:30 Mel Acheson: Is Evidence Evident?
8:40 Wallace Thornhill: Valid Forensic Tests of the Electric Universe
9:25 James Sorensen: Revisiting Peratt’s Galaxy Simulation
9:45 Questions
10:00 Morning Break
10:15 Steve Crothers: The Parallax Effect on Short Hair
11:00 Dr. Pierre-Marie Robitaille: The Microwave Background: Signature of the Big Bang or Essential Signature of the Earth’s Oceans?
11:45 Questions
12:00 PM Lunch Break
1:30 Dr. Jonathan Wolfe: Fractals – Changing Paradigms in Science and Education
2:15 Ignacio Cisneros: A New Perspective on Star Formation
2:45 Montgomery Childs: SAFIRE Update
3:15 Questions
3:30 Afternoon Break
3:45 Vernon Roth: Laboratory Fabrication of Elements
4:15 Dr. Edward Dowdye Jr: Solar Gravitation and Solar Plasma Wave Propagation Interaction
4:45 Questions
4:55 Dinner Break
5:15 – 10:00 Special Event: Fractal Friday (Event 7:30; Bus 1, 5:15; Bus 2, 6:15)

Saturday, March 22

8:00 AM David Novak: Announcements 
8:05 Mel Acheson: On Befriending Molecules
8:10 Dr. Michael Clarage: Understanding the Electric Sun Model
8:40 Dr. Donald Scott: A New Model of Magnetic Structure in Space
9:30 Dr. Michael Brill: Ninety-East Ridge: Shoestring of the Gods?
10:00 Questions
10:15 Morning Break
10:30 Steve Smith: Mars: The Great Desert in 3-D
11:10 Wallace Thornhill: Reinterpreting the MAVEN Mission to Mars
11:50 Dr. A.P. David: On The Laws Of Nature
12:20 Questions
12:30 PM Lunch Break
1:30 Bob Johnson: Could Electricity Explain Some ‘Known Unknowns’ in Geology?
2:30 Michael Steinbacher: Notes Toward an Electric Catastrophist Model for Geology
3:00 Questions
3:15 Afternoon Break
3:30 Dr. Michael Clarage: Our Electric Earth in an Electrified Heliosphere
4:00 Dr. Kongpop U-yen: Evidences of Space Weather Induced Natural Disasters
4:30 Bob Weber: Electric Sun and Earth’s Global Circuit
5:00 Questions
5:15 Dinner Break
7:30-9:00 Special Event Play: R. Buckminster Fuller: THE HISTORY (and Mystery) OF THE UNIVERSE featuring David Novak

Sunday, March 23

8:00 AM David Novak: Announcements
8:10 Dwardu Cardona: Earth’s Primordial Stellar Host
8:50 David Novak: On Myths and Their Interpretations
9:10 David Talbott: Reconstructing the Ancient Sky, Part 1
10:00 Questions
10:15 Morning Break
10:30 Dr. Bill Mullen: Hieroglyphics and the Ancient Sky
11:10 Pierre-Marie Robitaille: On the Validity of Kirchhoff’s Law of Thermal Emission
11:50 Bob Johnson: How Do Tall Trees Survive? New Models for the Flow of Sap
12:20 Questions
12:30 PM Lunch Break
1:30 Dr. Lowell Morgan: The Physics of Plasmas
2:15 Dr. Pierre-Marie Robitaille: The Sun on Trial: Gaseous Plasma or Liquid Metallic Hydrogen?
3:00 Questions 
3:15 Afternoon Break
3:30 Mel Acheson: When Theories Bite Themselves
3:40 David Talbott: Reconstructing the Ancient Sky, Part 2
4:30 Mel Acheson: The Game of Names
4:35 Questions
4:45 Break and Refresh
6:30 Social Hour in the Marriott Atrium
7:30 BANQUET in the Pyramid Ballroom
8:45 Open Microphone: Conference attendees offer impressions, hopes and suggestions for future events.
10:00 David Talbott: Closing Remarks

Monday, March 24    

8:00 AM David Novak: Announcements 
8:10 David Talbott: The Way Forward

THEME: The Climate Change Issue and the Culture of Science
8:30 Dr. Pierre Latour: Engineering Earth’s Thermostat with CO2?
9:15 Dr. Robert Straitt: Climate Change Against a Shadow of Global Warming(Dr. Straitt will also moderate the day’s panels.)
9:45 Panel Response: Pierre Latour, Bob Weber, and Wallace Thornhill 
10:30 Morning Break
10:45 Piers Corbyn: The Reality of Long Range Weather and Climate Forecasting — The Need for an Electromagnetic Approach
11:30 Panel Response: Piers Corbyn, Bob Weber and Wallace Thornhill
12:00 PM Lunch Break
  THEME: Navigating through Internet Discussion
1:30  Anonymous: Wikipedia, We Have a Problem
2:00  Panel Response: Anonymous, Gary Schwartz, and David Talbott 
3:00 Afternoon Break
  THEME: Pathways to Innovations in Science
3:15 Dr. Gary Schwartz: Extraordinary Ideas and Extraordinary Evidence: The Five Finger Test
4:00 Dr. Gerald Pollack: Institute for Venture Science — Funding “Out of the Box” Ideas
4:45 Panel Response: Gerald Pollack, Louis Rosocha, and Gary Schwartz
5:15 David Talbott: EU2014 closing remarks
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