Film & Discussion: Tesla and the Race to Zero Point Free Energy

When & Where
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalist Hall
1924 Cedar Street @ Bonita
Berkeley, CA 94709
August 27, 2013 - 7:00pm
510 841 4824

It looks into technologies that could be applied to our daily lives in the near future. It includes a series of interviews and commentary from physicists, inventors, and authors related to the worldwide scientific community. This video makes you wonder why these ideas haven't been pursued on a large scale, from complete electric vehicles to devices that can power your home indefinitely. It’s a shame that these ideas are not more widely discussed on the world stage.
At a time when the politics of the world are controlled by Big Oil interests, the economies of all nations are in the stranglehold of energy scarcity, here is a ray of hope. Perhaps the future holds more for mankind than slowly drowning in our own pollutants. Let's talk about it!

Doors open at 6 p.m. Suggested donation $5-10. No one turned away for lack of funds. Volunteers appreciated.