Monthly Archives: September 2016

A few reasons why you should come back daily to check out the ÆtherCzar Blogroll: 3-Parent Baby September 28, 2016 – Geek Press THE UNIVERSITY ENDS ITS INVESTIGATION: “In short, no disciplinary action will be taken against Prof… September 28, 2016 – Instapundit I Score the First Debate September 27, […]

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It’s time for the September Booknado from the Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance! I haven’t read all of these but I was impressed with last month’s selections – including The Hidden Truth! Best of all, when you buy using these links, you support CLFA through the Amazon affiliate program: NEW RELEASES […]

The September Booknado from CLFA!

In 2002, astronomers noted that the Earth acquired a new “moon,” dubbed J002E3. Such orbits are unstable in the long run, due to the likelihood of interactions with the Earth and Moon perturbing the orbit of such a small object. As observational data continued to accumulate, it became obvious that […]

Welcome Home Apollo 12

A couple of weeks ago, I traveled to the UK to attend the Logistics Research Network Conference and present some talks. One, presented at the James Clerk Maxwell Institute and Newcastle University, explained my ideas on energy in reactive fields. The kind folks at Newcastle University have posted a video […]

Video Lecture: Energy Flow in Reactive FIelds

Latest great links from the ÆtherCzar Blogroll: Eddie Braun successfully jumped the Snake River Canyon September 18, 2016 – Next Big Future Readers can submit questions for Randell Mills of Brilliant Light Power September 18, 2016 – Next Big Future An Embarrassment of Books- Freerange Oyster September 17, 2016 – […]

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The Communications Research Group at the University of Hull graciously invited me to speak on the subject of “Near-Field Wireless Technology.” My hosts inform me that the seminar will start with refreshments, posters and informal discussion from 2.00pm with a 2.30pm start for the main seminar. We should finish about […]

Near-Field Wireless Technology

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne holds a key place in electromagnetic history. Founded in 1793, the “Lit & Phil,” or Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle, is the largest independent library in the UK outside London, housing over 160,000 books. It was at the Lit & Phil that a humble telegrapher, Oliver Heaviside, first […]

The Electromagnetic History of Newcastle

Today, I will be visiting the James Clerk Maxwell Foundation in Edinburgh. The foundation occupies the Edinburgh house on India street in which Maxwell was born in 1831. The foundation’s objectives are: To provide in the birthplace an attractive and stimulating environment for the mathematicians, scientists and engineers from all […]

A Visit to the James Clerk Maxwell Institute

It’s like Conan the Barbarian meets Dilbert. Conan hurled the severed head into the center of the room. “A warning to anyone else who tells me I have a case of the Mondays!” he roared. — Conan the Salaryman (@ConanSalaryman) August 29, 2016 Every workday, Conan The Salaryman provides status […]

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