February 27-March 6, 2021

Laughlin, Nevada

FEB 27-MAR 6, 2021

Laughlin, Nevada

Dr. Thomas Valone

A physicist and licensed professional engineer with over 30 years professional experience, and a former patent examiner, research engineer, instrumentation designer, CEO, and currently an author, lecturer, and consultant on future energy developments.

Session Topic

A University Textbook on Introductory Ufology and Astrosociology

The UFO community, if one exists, is a fractured collection of various groups, organizations, and individuals who have made a name for themselves. As a result, the history and highlights of the best and most documented UFO encounters is needed to help students study the subject in a scientific and unbiased manner. As a former college physics and electrical technology instructor, the creation of a textbook with thirteen chapters and questions at the end of each section is a prerequisite to entice university professors to consider offering a new course for credit. The only question to be resolved is which UFO encounters and astrosociological reports are the most important and memorable, surviving the test of time. This slideshow will present a proposed collection with their justification, as a work in progress.

Speaker Bio

THOMAS F. VALONE, PHD, PE was Research Director for Scott Aviation-ATO, Inc., founder of Integrity Research Institute and the inventor of such electrotherapy devices as the EM Pulser, EM PulsePad, OsteoPad, and the high voltage Premier Junior. Dr. Valone also supervised the design and construction of the world’s first narrowband 60 Hz gaussmeter without harmonic distortion and the first dental mercury vapor ionizer-precipitator. He is the author of Zero Point Energy: The Fuel of the Future, Practical Conversion of Zero Point Energy, The Homopolar Handbook, Electrogravitics Systems, Electrogravitics II, Bioelectromagnetic Healing, SELECTED PAPERS FROM THE CONFERENCES ON FUTURE ENERGY 1-10, Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature, Nikola Tesla’s Electricity Unplugged, and over 100 reports and articles. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, National Space Society, and the Union of Concerned Scientists. His works have been published in German, Korean, French, Russian, and English.