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THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON NEW ENERGY

ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

(Received January 22, 1996)

A SYMPOSIUM FOR PROFESSIONALS, INDUSTRY, LAY PEOPLE AND NEWS MEDIA

April 25-28, 1996

Denver Hilton South Hotel
Denver, Colorado

CALL FOR PAPERS AND ABSTRACTS

Scholarly papers are invited on any topic related to New Energy as defined 
herein.  These papers should include one or more of the following:  theories, 
designs, inventions, and research results.  Speakers are encouraged to bring 
hardware.  Abstracts of not more than 400 words must be sent as soon as 
possible to the address below.

Consideration of abstracts cannot be assured if received after March 15, 1996.  
Authors will be notified as soon as possible if the paper is accepted for 
presentation.  Camera ready manuscripts for the proceedings are due March 15, 
1996.

     Symposium on New Energy
     International Association for New Science (IANS)
     1304 S. College Avenue
     Fort Collins, CO 80524
     TEL 970-482-3731
     FAX 970-482-3120

SYMPOSIUM DATES AND TIMES

April 25 (Thursday)  Evening Workshops  6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

April 26 (Friday)    Lectures           8:30 am - 5:00 pm
                     Evening Workshops  6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

April 27 (Saturday)  Lectures           8:30 am - 5:00 pm
                     Evening Workshops  6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

April 28 (Sunday)    Lectures           8:30 am - 5:00 pm
                     Evening Workshops  6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

LOCATION

The Symposium will take place at the Denver Hilton South Hotel, 7801 East 
Orchard Road, Englewood, Colorado 80111.  (Englewood is in the south part of 
Denver.)  A private shuttle bus service is available from the airport.  
Purchase tickets at ground transportation (DASH), a round-trip ticket is 
$27.00.  For hotel reservations, call 1-800-327-2242.

ROOM RATES

The room rate for a single room or a double room with two double beds is 
$59.00.  A block of rooms has been reserved.  Please register before April 4 
to assure a room and this low rate, and mention that you are with the 
International Symposium on New Energy.  The hotel also has suites available 
with a king size bed and a pull out sofa bed.  Small suites are $195.00 and 
the large suites with a four person jacuzzi are $275.00.

POSTER BOARD DISPLAY AND NEW ENERGY EXHIBIT

Researchers who are not speakers will have an opportunity to display their 
research findings by means of designated poster boards.  Researchers’ New 
Energy Inventions will be displayed and demonstrated in an exhibit area.

WORKSHOPS, BANQUET AND PROCEEDINGS

Some of the speakers will present concurrent workshops on the evenings of 
April 25-28.  The fee is $20.00 each.  A banquet will be held Sunday at noon.  
The banquet fee is $25.00.  A proceedings of the Symposium will be published 
and available at the conference.

HARDWARE TESTING

Researchers who wish to bring their working hardware or invention to the 
Symposium can elect to have them tested for their efficiency without charge.  
These tests will be administered with the inventor present by accredited 
engineers familiar with new energy concepts.  Some testing will be done in 
association with Colorado State University.

AIRFARE DISCOUNT

Jacoby Travel/Coble Cruise has been selected as the official travel agency and 
United Airlines as the official carrier.  Special discount airfares have been 
arranged for participants traveling to Colorado.  Call your special 
representative at Jacoby Travel/Coble Cruise to accommodate your needs at 1-
800-366-0382 or 1-970-669-6550.

REGISTRATION

It is encouraged that attendees preregister as space is limited.  Registration 
will also occur at the door, beginning Thursday, April 25 at 3:00 p.m.

Registration Fees: (10% Discount for IANS Members)

Before March 1, 1996:  $200.00

Before April 1, 1996:  $250.00

After  April 1, 1996:  $300.00

Workshops:             $20.00 each

Banquet:               $25.00

IANS Membership is $35.00 per year, and includes the quarterly newsletter.

Speakers at the conference are expected to include:

Keynote Speakers:

Dennis Cravens:  Patterson Cold Fusion Power Cell (Over Unity Device)
Mark Hendershot:  Hendershot Motor
Harold Puthoff, PhD:  Zero Point Energy
Jim Griggs:  Hyrosonic Pump (Over Unity Device)
Eugene Mallove, ScD:  Cold Fusion
Tom Valone:  Free Energy and Propulsion
Edgar Mitchell, former Apollo Astronaut:  New Energy Update

Other Speakers:

Harold Aspden:  Ferromagnetics (Over Unity Device)
Robert Emmerich:  Measuring Energy
John Grow:  Anti-Gravity
William Hyde:  Electrostatic Generator (Over Unity Device)
Scott Klaumizio:  Power from Food Oils
Ron Kovac:  Transmutation of Elements
Peter Linderman:  Thermodynamics
Roy McAllister:  Hydrogen Energy
Bill Muller:  Magnetic Motor Generator
Dale Pond:  The Keely Motor
Troy Reed:  Magnetic Motors and More
Bert Werjefelt:  Magnetic Motor
Charles Yost:  Electric Space Craft Propulsion
Paulo Correa, PhD:  Pulse Abnormal Glow Discharge Reactor
Hal Fox:  Cold Fusion
John Hutchison:  Anti-Gravity/Energy Converter
Russ James:  Magnetic Emission Reduction Device
Don Kelly:  Free Energy Update
Win Lambertson (assignee):  Solid State Conversion
Jeanne Manning:  The Upcoming Energy Revolution
Andrew Michrowski:  Free Energy in Self-Sustaining Home
Brian O’Leary, PhD:  Miracle in the Void
Wing Pon:  A Unified Theory of the Free Energy Paradigm
Pierre Sinclair:  Gravitational Magnetic Drive (anti-gravity)
Dan Winter:  Gravitational Energy and Emotion
AND MANY MORE!

DEFINITION OF NEW ENERGY

New Energy or advanced energy technology includes theory, research, 
construction, and testing of advanced energy devices.  These devices and 
systems operate with a higher efficiency than those used today and include 
advanced concepts where energy conversion may appear to be over unity.  This 
means that a greater output of energy from a system compared to the energy 
input.

NEW ENERGY TOPICS

Space power generators, “over-unity” and “free-energy” machines, Scalar wave 
theory, magnetic motors, vortex mechanics, cold fusion, electrostatic 
generators, nuclear isotopes, hydrogen, motional magnetic fields, zero point 
energy, N-Machines, homopolar generators, transmutation of elements, anti-
gravity devices, and environmentally friendly energy sources.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the International Symposium on New Energy (ISNE) is to bring 
together outstanding New Energy researchers and their hardware, who will share 
and discuss their latest research findings.  The goals of the Symposium are to 
stimulate new research ideas, coalesce researchers with industry, and to find 
funding sources.

[Taken from the IANS Newsletter Flyer received January 22, 1996]

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