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Stanley A Meyer Birth of New Technology 1997 update
« on: March 21, 2020, 16:21:29 pm »
This 1997 version of The Birth of New Technology has the latest but apparently unpublished section 11 from 1997

titled  "Atomic Degaussing Process".    I am told that that this Memo 430  replaced the Memo 430 titled

The Steam Resonator and that release for the Atomic Degaussing Process  is scheduled  for release at the Bremen 2020 Alternative Energy conference as part a miscellaneous memo collection along with a few others that are not part of the 1995 Birth of New Technology but are already on the net.       No other info available           Thanks anon534 !!

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Re: Birth of New Technology 1997 update
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2020, 14:14:06 pm »
Thanks Jim.
Keep it coming!

Is the rest of the doc the same as the version we know?

Cheers
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Re: Birth of New Technology 1997 update
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2020, 19:30:22 pm »
Well Steve The three previous known editions of the Birth of  New Technology ( 1991, 1994 and 1995) do show a few differences such a the
patents approved lists being updated and as well as the buggy photos as he made improvements and changes. But once he finished a memo
he didn't go back and change too much. So I suspect the added pages were never widely published  or are an addendum or part of proof
for the next  planned edition which given the 1997 date probably didn't  happen.
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Re: Birth of New Technology 1997 update
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2020, 21:15:25 pm »
Thank you, Jim.
Amazing what still pops up after these years

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Re: Birth of New Technology 1997 update
« Reply #4 on: March 27, 2020, 11:06:33 am »
Jim Miller, and about the shperical resonant cavity demonstration unit document that Max Miller showed one page of it on his facebook group, do you have something to say about it, or will you keep it hidden from the public? Seems that there are some people holding such impontant information. ...

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Re: Birth of New Technology 1997 update
« Reply #5 on: March 27, 2020, 12:12:54 pm »
 Well a similar image of the spherical demo cell was posted
  on April  19 2014 here at  ionizationx.com that came from
a California archive of  aGood News Productions site,  but it was the
  the color version.
  .  So the image has been floating around for about six years
At the time of this writing.  No big secret

   A few years back , the black and white image was in a handout
at  a Meyer conference  and got posted on a Facebook  group 





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