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By Wolfram Bahmann DVS

From: NEN, Vol. 6, No. 6, November 1998, pp. 6-7.
New Energy News (NEN) copyright 1998 by Fusion Information Center, Inc.
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Wolfram Bahmann DVS (, INE Board Member, Germany

"A Brief report from the Swiss meeting on the weekend in August, 1998," courtesy of the author.

Organized by the recently founded (Swiss) (INET), the German Association for Vacuum Field Energy (DVS) and the Swiss part of the Tesla-Institute, a conference was held under the title, "New Impulses in Technique and Science." It took place in the SSG-Hotel in Egerkingen near Olten, about 60 kilometers south of Basel, Switzerland.

About 70 people from 8 countries met for 9 oral presentations and a workshop in the evening of the first day.

J. Heinzerling, a science author, led the introduction with the question: "Energy from Nothing - Dream or Reality?" It was followed by an overview about the ICCF-7 in Vancouver by Professor Dr. J. Gruber. The president of the DVS, Wolfram Bahmann, presented a paper dealing with the "de-coupling of aether-energy by plasma discharges," summarizing the inventions of Puthoff, Chernetskij and, in more detail, of Correa's "Pulsed Abnormal Glow Discharge." The principle of the smallest action and the 2nd law of thermodynamics were explained with a theoretical paper by W.D. Bauer. N. Camus followed - critically commented - with his "Nithium technologies," which was also the title of his workshop.

The next day started with a highly interesting presentation about the "Phenomena of Implosion and the Wake Force." This excellent paper was given by Prof. A. Even. He worked out the main details of a new dynamic of fluids according to the principles of Schauberger (see his internet site:

W. Steffen from Unilicence SA showed the important details of the "Licensing and International Technology Transfer," explaining the way from an invention to a marketable product by many examples.

K. Klawitter, a former UN delegate, proposed in his presentation, "International Projects to Aid the 3rd World," to introduce devices after completion of any into the third world countries. Such devices are supposed to bring much more advantages for the people and will lead to a rapid acceptance, because otherwise there remain big lacks of money for absolutely necessary energy products.

The meeting ended with a report by H. Weber and A. Schneider from the lab experience with the GEET-plasma reactor from Pantone, which is intended to be distributed by the TransAltec company, a private initiative of the founders of INET.

The meeting hotel provided a comfortable environment for many new personal contacts during and after the meeting. Another meeting of this kind is planned for the end of October this year.

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