EU2016 — schedule



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

Friday, June 17

2:00 PM Registration Desk Opens
6:00 Meet and Greet in Sheraton Lounge
7:00 David Novak: Welcome
David Talbott: Opening Remarks
7:15 Dr. Tom Wilson: Ptolemy, Belief Systems, and Other Dark Matters
8:00 KEYNOTE~Wallace Thornhill: The Elegant Simplicity of the Electric Universe
9:00 David Novak: Closing Remarks

Saturday, June 18

8:15 AM David Novak: Welcome and Announcements
8:30 Ben Davidson: The Path Forward Is Clear
9:15 Dr. Donald Scott: The Electric Solar Wind
10:00 Morning Break
10:15 Bruce Leybourne: Geometry of Earth’s Endogenous Electrical Energy — Geophysical Evidence 
11:00 Dr. Cj Ransom: Exotic Models
11:30 Questions
12:00 PM Lunch Break
1:30 Dr. Subhon Ibadov: Nature of Electric Comets: Electric Discharge Mechanism of Cometary Flares
2:15 Andrew Hall: The Arc-Blasted Earth
3:00 Afternoon Break
3:15 Chris Reeve: What We Failed to Learn from the Moonshot and Controversy-First Science Instruction
4:00 Eugene Bagashov: ‘Elec-centricities’ of Cometary Orbits
4:30 Questions
5:00 Dinner Break
7:00 Montgomery Childs: SAFIRE Project Update followed by Q&A with SAFIRE panel

Sunday, June 19

8:15 AM David Novak: Announcements
8:30 AP David: Remembering Homer, Literally: The Shield of Achilles
9:15 Ev Cochrane: Turquoise Skies: Echoes of Creation
10:00 Morning Break
10:15 Dave Talbott: Rituals of Remembering and Forgetting
11:00 Andreas Otte: An Extended Tool Set for the EU Geologist
11:30 Questions
12:00 PM Lunch Break
1:30 Dr. Kongpop U-Yen: A Natural Disaster Forecasting Technique Based on Space Weather Data
2:15 Dr. Gary Schwartz: Is the Universe Organized?
3:00 Afternoon Break
3:15 Dr. Michael Clarage: SAFIRE as Astrophysical Laboratory
4:00 Alexander Fournier: Electricity of Life
4:30 Questions
5:00 Break and Refresh
6:30 Reception — Cash Bar
7:30 BANQUET in the Canyon Ballroom
8:45 Open Microphone: Conference attendees offer impressions of the event as well as hopes and insights for the EU future
10:00 David Novak: Closing Remarks

Disclaimer: The list of speaker topics above does not imply endorsement by The Thunderbolts ProjectTM or T-Bolts Group Inc. Progress in science comes first and foremost from critical minds. It is therefore reasonable to give periodic attention to ideas beyond our published themes, even if we are not ready to endorse them.

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