A four hour videotape of the July 1988 Tesla Symposium

Can Science Alone Save Us?

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Now available for loan or viewing by arrangement, at the PRC video library (Peace Resource Center, 965-8583, 331 N. Milpas, Santa Barbara 93103)


A four hour videotape of the July 1988 Tesla Symposium in Colorado Springs, featuring Bruce DePalma, Paramahamsa Tewari, and Adam Trombly discussing new zero point energy technology replacement for fossil fuel power oxygen combustion now threatening stratospheric ozone shield with sufficient depletion (combined with deforestation effects) in twenty years to end all life on earth. Suppressed NASA data discussed with satellite photos of trans-Atlantic dust cloud confounding cloud action. Middle two hours is technical data presentation.

In cooperation with the UCSB Associated Students Lobby, the non-technical two hours will be shown on Thursday evening September 22, and Friday September 23 from 8-10 PM in UCEN 11 where also the entire tape will be shown from 1-5PM Tuesday, September 27, and Thursday, September 29, and an American Peace Movement Public Meeting will take place 1-2 & 3-4PM there Wednesday, September 28; thereafter the tape will be also available at UCSB by reservation, transcription team sought.

------end retyped document text [initialed] DCW September 12, 1988 As of 2018 this video is now online at the Bruce DePalma website managed by Mark Ward:

Note, this is when Andrew Mount, a Santa Barbara City College student and student of Isla Vista Tai Chi Chuan Master Lawrence Karol, came and saw this Tesla Symposium video and then after meeting DePalma, quit school to become his personal assistant for the last 9 years of DePalma's life. Mark Ward took the trouble to come and show this video he shot at the Tesla Symposium. Mark can make copies of the video as needed.