Water Symposium

Karl Kortemeyer itc at i-link.net
Sun Sep 15 22:55:48 EST 1996


*** REMINDER- ADVANCED WATER SCIENCES SYMPOSIUM IN THREE WEEKS! ***

*** PLEASE FORWARD TO COLLEAGUES THAT MAY BE INTERESTED. ***

*** Second Annual Advanced Water Sciences Symposium, Oct 4-6, 1996 ***

You are invited to attend the Second Annual Advanced Water Sciences
Symposium, Oct 4-6, 1996 at the Bristol Suites-Dallas at LBJ&Coit.
Program and Registration Information are included in this email and can
also be found at the following web sites:

Program Information         
http://www.vitalenergy.com/water/schedule.html
Registration Information     http://www.vitalenergy.com/water/

For more information contact:

Second Advanced Water Sciences Symposium
    P.O. Box 1295
    Dallas, Texas 75355-1295
    fax: (214) 827-6575
    email: seraph at metronet.com
    
phone (214) 682-9162 or see symposium web site at
http://vitalenergy.com/water

This conference/symposium is hosted by the Institute for Advanced Water
Sciences Research. IAWSR is a not for profit membership association
dedicated to the promotion of advanced water sciences and the free
exchange of ideas that contribute to the advancement of water science.
IAWSR and the symposium provide a forum for members and contributing
individuals to exchange ideas in the following water related subjects: 

Hard Science:
    hydrodynamics, water purification technology, electrolysis, 
    bond angle relationships and energy states,  
    environmental issues, photo chemistry, ionics, ORP, 
    chemistry, oxidative states in water.

Interdisciplinary:
    vortex mechanics, magnetic resonance in water, liquid crystal
    states, advanced ozonation, colloidal chemistry, structured water, 
    homeopathic effects in relationship to energized water,
    radio frequency effects on water, energization states in water,
    magnetic field effects on water dynamics and structure, 
    energy systems utilizing water dynamics or structure.

Exploratory:
    subtle energy effects in water, consciousness and water, 
    effects of harmonic geometries on water, scalar wave effects on
    water, energization and transformation in the water molecule, 
    memory in water states, biological effects of energized and 
    structured water.
    
Confirmed invited speakers:
    Joseph Bender: keynote speaker "The Stewardship of Water", and also
    Ron Carson, Dr. Lee Cowden, Prof. Carlton Hazlewood, 
    Dr. Stuart Hameroff, Dr. Anthony Scott-Morley, Prof. Elizabeth
    Rauscher, Dr. William Rea, Prof. James Roberts, Joseph Tyls.

Symposium Sponsored by a grant from:
    Avani Water Corporation

Organizing Sponsors are:
    Institute for Advanced Water Sciences Research
    Seraph Foundation
    MetaLabs Foundation Trust
    Advanced Environmental Partners 


*** Preliminary Program  ***
Second Annual Advanced Water Sciences Symposium, Oct 4-6, 1996 
Bristol Suites-Dallas at LBJ&Coit 

The following papers have been invited or selected for oral presentation
as indicated below. Other invited and submitted papers will be published
in the symposium proceedings. Additional papers can still be submitted
for review upto Aug 31 for inclusion in the proceedings. The due date
for photo ready papers is Aug 31, 1996. See detailed author instructions
for submitting final papers at http://vitalenergy.com/water/author.html. 


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======================  Friday pm, Oct 4, 1996 =====================

 6:00 -  9:00  Registration, Reception, and cash bar

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=====================  Saturday am, Oct 5, 1996  ===================

Session 1:     KEYNOTE ADDRESS      
----------     General Chair: Doug Matzke

 8:30 -  9:45  The Stewardship of Water
               Joseph Bender (Rainfresh Water)

 9:45 - 10:00  --- BREAK ---

Session 2:     Hard Sciences Session
----------     Session Chair: Vernon Porter

10:00 - 10:40  Water: The Almost Universal Solvent
               Prof. James Roberts (University of North Texas)

10:40 - 11:20  Monitoring water in various chemical systems
               with a new microwave based analyzer
               Sam Shortes & Bently Scott (Phase Dynamics, Inc)

11:20 - 12:00  Model for Weak Magnetic Field Bioeffects:
               Modulation of Bound Water Dipole Orientation
               via Larmor Precession Affects Surface Kinetics
               AA Pilla, DJ Muehsam, MS Markov 
               (Bioelectrochemistry Lab, Mount Sinai School of Medicine)

12:00 -  1:15  --- BUFFET LUNCH INCLUDED ---

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=========================  Saturday pm  ============================

Session 3:     Interdisciplinary Session 1 (Biowater)
----------     Session Chair: Joe Kleinkort 

 1:15 -  1:55  Cellular Water
               Prof. Carlton Hazlewood (Baylor College of Medicine)

 1:55 -  2:35  Clinical Research in Homeopathy and Specialized Water
               Dr. Lee Cowden (Life Research Institute, Inc)

 2:35 -  3:15  Wholy Water
               Joseph Tyls (L.P.N. USA)
 
 3:15 -  3:30  --- BREAK ---

Session 4:     Exploratory Session 1 (EMF, Chi, and Water) 
----------     Session Chair: Anthony Wood

 
 4:10 -  4:50  The Reality of Imprinting Chi and Water
               Y. Khronos, D. Chen, D. Matzke, A. Wood, V. Porter 
               (Seraph Foundation)

 4:50 -  5:30  Human energy, ELF and RF fields, delayed re-emissions,
               and the media & role of water in biological process
               Prof. Elizabeth Rauscher (TRL Laboratories)

 5:30 -  8:00  --- BREAK FOR DINNER ---
 
 8:00 - 10:00  Birds of a Feather discussion sessions (TBA)
 
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=====================  Sunday am, Oct 6, 1996  =====================

Session 5:     Interdisciplinary Session 2 (Biowater)
----------     Session Chair: Karl Kortemeyer

 8:30 -  9:15  Water pollutants and effects on people
               Dr. William Rea (Environmental Health Center - Dallas)
               
 9:15 - 10:00  Cytoplasmic Water
               Dr. Stuart Hameroff (University of Arizona)

10:00 - 10:30  --- BREAK ---

Session 6:     Exploratory Session 2
----------     Session Chair: Doug Matzke

10:30 - 11:15  Formant Water and the Universal Algorithm
               Dr. Anthony Scott-Morley (Institute of Bioenergetic
Medicine)

11:15 - 12:00  Legacy of Marcel Vogel
               Ron Carson (Lifestream Associates)

12:00 - 12:15  Symposium Closing

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                           PLEASE POST AND FORWARD

This file is located at http://vitalenergy.com/water/schedule.html. 

Registration information and cost can be found on the AWS Symposium home
page http://vitalenergy.com/water. 



*** Registration Information ***
Second Annual Advanced Water Sciences Symposium 
October 4 - 6, 1996, Dallas, Texas 
Sponsored by Institute for Advanced Water Sciences Research and the
Seraph Foundation

Below is the registration information for the Advanced Water Sciences
Symposium (AWS96) to be held in Dallas, TX, October 4-6, 1996. See the
list of confirmed invited speakers and see the preliminary schedule of
technical sessions. The conference registration form and payment should
be sent in by Friday, September 6, 1996 to qualify for the early
registration discount. Please make your own hotel reservations directly
with the hotel by Friday, September 13, 1996 to be included in reserved
block of rooms. 

Send registration form from below and payment to:
    Second Advanced Water Sciences Symposium
    P.O. Box 1295
    Dallas, Texas 75355-1295
    fax: (214) 827-6575
    email: seraph at metronet.com
    
For more information: 
phone (214) 682-9162 or see symposium web site at
http://vitalenergy.com/water.


*** ADVANCED WATER SCIENCES SYMPOSIUM TRANSPORTATION ***

IAWRS has arranged a 5% fare discount for the symposium with American
Airlines. Call the AA meetings services desk at 1-800-433-1790 and tell
them your desired AA flights. Give them the Star File number S2506AE,
and they will book your flight with a 5% discount. 

Rental Cars: All of the major car rental companies serve both Dallas
airports, although only Avis, National, Hertz, and Budget are on-site at
DFW. Ask for directions to The Bristol/Harvey Hotel at the rental desk.
Obtain Avis discount of 5% when using group discount number D004278.
Airport/Hotel Shuttles: Super Shuttle provides van shuttles to/from the
symposium hotels. The taxis or vans are available outside the terminals
on the lower level at DFW, and in front of the main terminal at Love
Field. Estimated distance to the hotel from DFW is about 15 miles, and
from Love field is about 12 miles.

Phone number for van service directly to hotel is: 

  Super Shuttle: (800) 258-3826 [BLUE-VAN]; to/from DFW $12.00 per
person;  
  to/from Love Field $15.00 per person. Visa/MC/AMEX/Diners Club
accepted.



*** HOTEL REGISTRATION/ACCOMMODATIONS ***

All AWS symposium events will be held at the Bristol Suites, 7800 Alpha
Road, Dallas, TX, (one block NW from corner of Highway 635 & Coit Road).
We have reserved a block of rooms at both Bristol Suites and at the
adjacent Harvey Hotel. Reservations and room guarantee should be made
directly with the hotel of your choice at the following numbers: 

 date: Friday September 13 (***Deadline when block of rooms released***)
       (Ask for Advanced Water Sciences Symposium Group Rate)
 mail: Bristol Suites                or mail: Dallas Harvey Hotel
       7800 Alpha Road                        7815 LBJ Freeway (Highway
635)
       Dallas, Texas 75240                    Dallas, Texas 75251
 rate: US$89 (single or double)        rate:  US$59 (single or double)
       US$99 (triple or quadruple)            US$69 (triple or
quadruple)
       Includes full breakfast                room only
 phone: (214) 233-7600                  phone:  (214) 960-7000
 fax:  (214) 701-8618                  fax:   (214) 788-4227



*** ADVANCED WATER SCIENCES SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION ***

The early registration fee is $175 before September 6 and the on site
registration fee of $250 applies after that date. A student discount
registration fee will be $100. Registration fee includes Friday evening
reception, access to all technical sessions (all day Saturday and half
day Sunday), Saturday lunch, and one copy of proceedings. IAWSR will
accept both checks and all major credit cards for registration. We can
accept payment by CHECK drawn from US banks or US money order payable to
Advanced Water Sciences Symposium. To aid in our planning, PLEASE
REGISTER AND PAY IN ADVANCE because we have a maximum number of people
we can accommodate at the conference. 

A registration table will be set up at the Friday evening reception, and
before the Saturday morning keynote session. Please stop by to register
and pick up your registration packet, including a copy of proceedings.
Additional proceedings can be preordered. Information about the location
of the reception and symposium talks will be available at the hotel
check-in desk. 

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                     REGISTRATION FORM for Advanced Water Sciences
Symposium, 
                                    Dallas, Texas, Oct. 4-6, 1996 
                            Send to P.O. Box 1295, Dallas, Texas
75355-1295 
                          or FAX: (214) 827-6575 or email:
seraph at metronet.com

NAME/TITLE:_________________________________
AFFILIATION:______________________

MAILADDRESS:_______________________________
MAILCITY/STATE/ZIP:________________

TELEPHONE:____________________________________FAX:_____________________________

EMAIL
ADDRESS:_________________________________________________________________

TOPICS OF
INTEREST:____________________________________________________________

I PLAN TO ATTEND AWS:  YES___ NO___  THE RECEPTION FRIDAY EVENING:
YES___ NO___
I PLAN TO STAY IN DALLAS AT: Bristol Suites ____ Harvey Hotel ____ Other
_____ 

ANY SPECIAL DIETARY
REQUIREMENTS:______________________________________________

*****************************Payment
Information*******************************

Registration fee ($175 before Sept. 6)or($250 on site)or($100
student)_________
add Number of ADDITIONAL AWS Proceedings at $25.00 each              
_________
add IAWSR membership special conference rate of $25 per year         
_________

                                                       TOTAL FEE DUE:
_________

   CHECK ENCLOSED FOR (made payable to Advanced Water Sciences Symp):
_________
I AUTHORIZE PAYMENT OF ABOVE TOTAL FEE USING CREDIT CARD INFO BELOW:

CREDIT CARD NUMBER:___________________________________________________

CREDIT CARD TYPE: _________________  EXPIRATION DATE:_________________
  (receipts will be included in conference packets)
  (all registrations will be confirmed within 2-3 days)
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