EU2017 — schedule



 The schedule is a work in progress and subject to change without notice.

Thursday, August 17

2:00 PM Registration Desk Opens: Canyon Ballroom
6:00  Meet and Greet in Sheraton Lobby Lounge
7:00 MC Dr. Donald Scott: Welcome 
David Talbott: Opening Remarks
7:15 Dr. Gerald Pollack: Weather and EZ Water — An Intimate Role of Separated Charge
8:15 KEYNOTE~Dr. James Ryder: SAFIRE — A Light Bringer
9:30 MC Dr. Donald Scott: Closing Remarks

Friday, August 18

8:15 AM MC Ev Cochrane: Welcome and Announcements 
8:30 Dr. Donald Scott: The Next Step — New Evidence of Birkeland Current Activity
9:15 Steve Crothers: Critical Appraisal of LIGO’s Recent Report of Gravitational Waves
10:00 Morning Break
10:15 Eileen McKusick: Human Bioelectricity and the EU Model
11:00 Peter Moddel: What Can Matter Be? A philosophical approach
11:30 Questions + Answers: Scott, Crothers, McKusick, and Moddel
12:00 PM Lunch Break
1:30 Dr. Franklin Anariba: Electrochemistry of Comets — An Update
2:15 Dr. Jacqueline Greenfield: The Electric Activity in the Plasma of Living Cells
3:00 Afternoon Break
3:15 Dr. Jerry Tennant: Healing as Voltage: The Physics of Emotions
4:00 Dr. CJ Ransom: Why So Surprising?
4:30 Questions + Answers: Anariba, Greenfield, Tennant, and Ransom
5:00 Dinner Break
7:30 Evening Panel/Moderator: Montgomery Childs: SAFIRE UPDATE 
9:00 MC Ev Cochrane: Closing remarks

Saturday, August 19 — Velikovsky Day

8:15 AM MC Dr. Bill Mullen: Announcements  
8:20 David Talbott: Introduction — Why Now?
8:45 Dr. Irving Wolfe: Introduction to Velikovsky’s Ideas
9:45 Morning Break
10:00 David Talbott: Mythology as Undiscovered History
11:00 Wal Thornhill: Velikovsky’s Astrophysics 
12:00 PM Lunch Break
1:30 Ev Cochrane: Venus — Queen of  Heaven 
2:15 Johnny Godowski: Velikovsky’s Venus Encounter Reconsidered
3:00 Afternoon Break
3:15 Andrew Fitts: Mankind in Amnesia
4:15 Questions + Answers: Wolf, Talbott, Thornhill, Cochrane, Godowski, and Fitts
5:15 Dinner Break
7:30 An Evening of Velikovsky Reminiscences — a short movie by filmmaker Katherine Fitzgerald followed by a panel of several who knew Velikovsky with Q&A 
9:00 MC Dr. Bill Mullen: Closing remarks

Sunday, August 20

8:15 AM
MC’s Alex Fournier and Neil Thompson: Announcements
Steven Crothers: The Logical Inconsistency of the Special Theory of Relativity 
9:15 Ben Davidson: Realizations of the Electric Universe
10:00 Morning Break
10:15 Andrew Hall: Electric Earth
11:00 Garrett Hill: Laboratory Investigations into Nature
11:30 Questions + Answers: Crothers, Davidson, Hall, and Hill
12:00 PM Lunch Break
1:30 Edwin Kaal: The Proton-Electron Atom — A Proposal for a Structured Atomic Model
2:15 Ev Cochrane: Mars in Ancient Myths and Religion
3:00 Afternoon Break
3:15 Peter Mungo Jupp: Instant Fossilization
4:00 Wal Thornhill: Future Science
4:45 Questions + Answers: Kaal, Cochrane, Jupp, and Thornhill
5:30 Break and Refresh
6:30 Cocktail Hour in the Canyon Ballroom ABC
7:30 BANQUET in the Canyon Ballroom ABC
8:45 Open Microphone: Conference attendees offer impressions of the event as well as hopes and insights for the EU future
10:00 Dave Talbott and Susan Schirott: Closing Remarks

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

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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