Nichts ist schneller als das Licht. Stimmt das?18.03.2008 um 17:56
also bin ich schneller als das licht oder nicht?
ne schneller "dicht"
ne schneller "dicht"
Alice. schrieb am 21.03.2008:Nichts was wir bis jetzt entdeckt haben ist schneller als das LichtNicht ganz.
Thomas Valone, PhDHier seine Präsentation auf der X-Conference. Leider nur in English verfügbar. Ich bitte um Entschuldigung. Für die interessierten unter Euch die der englischen Sprache mächtig sind wird dies definitiv ein leckerbissen.
is the President of Integrity Research Institute and Editor of the well respected Future Energy newsletter and Enews. He has authored 6 books and numerous scientific studies, articles and papers related to energy in all forms. He provides consultations on electrical product design/development, engineering testing, environmental/electromagnetic field/energy, expert testimony and opinion. He meets regularly with congressional and senate leaders and briefs them on the latest energy developments. His views regarding energy-related matters have been featured on national media including CNN. See Valone's Curriculum Vitae or his Short Bio for more concise information.
Dr. Valone was a Patent Examiner for the Physics, Measuring, Testing, Instrumentation Class 324, Art Unit 2858, GS-12. He examined and approved patents related to Electric and nonelectric properties, testing in specific environments, calibrating electric meters, sensing electricity, internal combustion engine ignition system, electromechanical switching devices, thermoelectric properties, electrostatic field sensing, fault detection, impedance/admittance testing, power measurement, motors/generators. He was elected as Board member of the PTO Society in 1999.
He is the inventor of several instruments, including the PREMIER (Photonic Rejuvenation Energizing Machine & Immunizing Electrification Radiator) machine, Dental Vapor Ionizer, Powerline Gaussmeter, static field gaussmeter, ELF spectrum analyzer, and a geomagnetometer which are still on the market today. Responsible for Engineering Department projects, at Integrity Electronics, he managed engineers and technicians, initiated several instrument lines, trained industrial interns from SUNY at Buffalo, designed 2% accuracy calibration procedures, specification sheets and training manual, represented the company at shows and conferences.
A Professor at a SUNY-accredited, Erie Community College in Buffalo NY, he taught courses from 1976 to 1981 that included Engineering Physics, Technical Physics, Introductory Physics, AC Electricity, Electronics, Digital Logic, Microprocessors (6502), Environmental Science, as well as laboratory sessions for above courses. Dr. Valone also designed an Instrumentation & Process Control Curriculum at the direction of the College President. He participated in Project Outreach by teaching SUNY-contract microprocessor courses (6800) at Chevrolet Plant, Tonawanda, NY. While at Scott Aviation, he was Director of R&D and developed gas detection linearization circuit for Series 9000 instruments, directed planning/installation of computerized test facility for catalytic sensors, performed feasibility study of non-pressurized zeolite oxygen tank for firemen, published design articles, managed acquisition and installation of computer network, numerous sensor circuit design and testing projects.
Dr Valone is a Consulting Fellow of the World Innovation Foundation, is listed in the Who’s Who of American Writers and Poets, received the Marcel Vogel Service Award from the USPA and several Certificates of Appreciation from the SUNYAB Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences for participation in the Industrial Internship Program. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, National Space Society, the Union of Concerned Scientists, the Bioelectromagnetics Society and formerly, the American Physical Society.
Dr. Valone holds a PhD in General Engineering from Kennedy-Western University, an M.A. in Physics from SUNY at Buffalo, B.S. Physics and B.S. in Electrical Engineering, from SUNY at Buffalo and is a Licensed Professional Engineer with the state of New York.
Dr. Valone has appeared on various local television broadcasts, such as the ABC affiliate in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Channel 10 Public Access for future energy interviews. He has also been featured on the Lou Dobbs News Hour on CNN "Moneyline" (July 25, 2002) as well as on "Strangest Stories" on the Discovery Channel (March 2, 2006).