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IWONE 2023 - Abstract list
Alternative water flow

The significance of the three systems in water
Nigel Wells, Sweden

Teodor Schwenck put forward the observation of three characteristic systems in water in 1964 in his book Sensitive Chaos. Some practical consequences of this holistic view will be presented. e.g. when treating used water, or when preparing good drinking water.

A virtual excursion into the Bernerau area in Steyrling ‒ lessons from Viktor Schauberger's observations of water in untouched wilderness
Lasse Johansson, Sweden

Viktor Schauberger spent many years making observations of water and its motion in an untouched wilderness area in Austria a hundred years ago, leading to a new understanding of undisturbed waterways and ecosystems. In this presentation we will retrace the steps of Schauberger in the Bernerau wilderness area and discuss the perspective on water that he developed from his observations.

Workshop observing water movement and forming water in clay channels (Practical workshop)
Nigel Wells, Sweden

In this workshop we will experience how a river shapes from a straight canal into a meandering water way. We will be able to shape different flow forms ourselves in a clay stream and will spend time observing patterns of flowing water.

Observing water, observing forms ‒ self-organization, flow and patterns (Practical workshop)
Curt Hallberg, Robert Bärnskog & Lasse Johansson, Sweden

In this workshop we will make a focused effort to observe water and its motion, to become more aware of its shapes and forms of motion. We will try to draw the patterns we observe and will discuss and reflect on how water's motion resembles organic forms (the research of D'Arcy Thompson a century ago). We will study water vortexes and try to grasp their complex structure. We will also observe the patterns that water and air form as water freezes.

Restoring forests, restoring waterways ‒ healing nature with Viktor Schauberger’s methods
Lasse Johansson, Sweden

In this presentation we will look deeper into the lessons Viktor Schauberger made out of his observations of water and its motion in an untouched wilderness area in Bernerau. We will explore  how his methods could be used to restore waterways and heal eco-systems.

General topics

Schauberger Research and Archives
Jörg Schauberger, Austria

This presentation will discuss the history and future of the Schauberger arhives in Bad Ischl, and show some examples of artefacts from the archive.

Progress with a database on alternative research on water ‒ indexing Viktor Schauberger's publications
Robert Bärnskog, Sweden

We will give an update on the work around need for adequate "maps" to navigate through and get an overview of data on alternative research on water.
As a first step a literature database to help assessing and reviewing research on water inspired by Viktor Schauberger has been created.  Progress with indexing published documents relating to the ideas of Viktor Schauberger since the last conference will be discussed.

The IWONE conferences 2001-2023, a retroperspective of two decades of alternative water research
Curt Hallberg , Lasse Johansson &  Robert Bärnskog, Sweden

As this is the 10th IWONE conference, we will take time to make a historical tour of the IWONE conferences from the first one in 2001. We will look at some highlights from the conferences, give some personal recollections, and review how the conferences have evolved over the years.

Alternative water treatment

Energy enhancement in dynamic and static water
Jan Capjon, Norway & Benny Johansson, Sweden

Results of some eight years of studies and developments within dynamic and static water treatment. The research has been based on a hypothesis that flow-forms and storage vessels can influence the energy content in water if they are designed by means of Projective Geometry (PG). A study of PG-based Flowforms, in collaboration with Foundation for water, showed a significant energetic increase. After publication in https://waterjournal.org we moved to studies of PG design of water carafes, based on the same measurement regime (thermal infrared emission + several traditional methods). Similar results were found here, but this study was extended with fractal methods.The carafe study is presently in publication process.

Quantum mechanics of nature
Jan Johan Jepsen, Denmark

My interest is in the area where you can use nature's methods to change possibilities in water to create changes. This applies to physical as well as information content in water. We have worked for 9 years to find out what results this can create, such as: shelf life in food, restitution improvement, influence on stress in humans, animals and plants, as well as change of taste and more subjective experiences. Our primary focus has been on creating some results, so we have not spent time on clinical studies. We are therefore in the situation that one would call reverse engineering. Methods that we have used: homeopathy, quantum physics, chemistry and physics.

Molecular water research as the gateway to understanding life
Michael Bache, Denmark

Molecular water research is a scientific field that studies the properties and behavior of water at the molecular level. This research is interdisciplinary in nature and draws upon techniques and concepts from fields such as chemistry, physics, materials science, and biology. In 30 min I will humbly try to explain why it is the key to understanding life and would like to have a discussion on how electro/magnetic fields can influence water.

Ice images as a method to estimate water quality ‒ Gisela Ahlberg in memoriam
Curt Hallberg  & Lasse Johansson, Sweden

In the early 1990s Gisela Ahlberg pioneered using photographs of frozen water as an alternative way of assessing water quality. In this presentation we will discuss the relevance of her research and take time to contemplate photographs from her collection. We will see how ice images relates to other ways of assessing water quality from patterns, e.g. crystallization images, and explore connections with self-organization research.

Small curved flow in still water
David Jonsson, Sweden

In this presentetion we will discuss how curved fibre and bundle structured flow can explain otherwise difficult to explain effects in still water such as clusters, circular dichroism  and ion cyclotrons. One difference between toroidal flow is linking, which is stabilizing. Flow path on fibre scale can also be circular.

Vital force and the function of shape ‒ can we learn something from the experiments behind the iron curtain?
Diana Siswartonová, Czechia

Captivating research of Robert Pavlita, a pioneering psychotronic researcher from former Czechoslovakia. After 30 years of experimentation, Pavlita uncovered the profound influence of specific geometries and materials on subtle energy flow. He has conducted an astonishing purification of factory waste water through exposure to his devices charged with "subtle energy." Let’s explore the significance of shapes, angles, and forms as carriers of qualities.

Water, wine and the sacred, an anthropological view of substances altered by intentioned awareness, including objective and aesthetic effects
Stephan Schwartz, USA

This presentation discusses the ancient anthropological linkage of water and wine with sacred rituals after these substances have been the focus of nonlocal perturbation. The changes produced can be both physical, as well as a subjective aesthetic reaction arising when individuals have a sensorial interaction with such treated substances. In making this argument I will present and discuss research done by others, as well as the author including reporting the results of a 12 part series of experiments in which groups of seven people tasted wine from one 750 ml bottle that had been decanted into two identical 375 ml carafes. The histories of the carafes were the same except that one, before the tasting, had been the focus of intentioned awareness by meditators, while the other was a control. Twelve sessions were conducted, 11 resulted in a majority preferring the treated wine, and one resulted in a tie. Using an exact binomial test, the p-value is 0:00049. Therefore, with 95% confidence we can say that the probability that a majority would prefer the treated wine is at least 0.76. The presentation discusses the implications of the totality of this research.

Non-traditional alternative energy sources

FESIG's R&D work on Free Energy Devices
Pontus Hassbjer, Sweden

I will present FESIG, the FREE ENERGY SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP which is a platform where Science meets Spirituality where we invite you to learn with us from our speakers, who are some of the most brilliant minds! They share ideas, knowledge, inform, update, discover, so we can work together successfully to develop alternative (free) energy, healing and human sustenance, trail-blazing new developments in futuristic technologies beyond human intelligence.
  7 years in operation, FESIG is now ready to embrace the long awaited release of the suppressed advance technologies as we have already amassed the largest pool of resource science-spirit specialists to reengineer or develop them to potentially succeed in freeing humanity!
  Todate, our R&D teams are exploring and developing Vortex, Electric and Magnetic technologies.  We are also making Kinetic energy devices like Robert Adams Motor Generator or Puls Motor. 
  We are collaborating with Paul Townley of the UK on The Tesla Turbine. Paul discovered Nicola Tesla was hiding information in the Tesla Patents that is easy to overlook. From that information we are discovering new ways to use the Tesla turbine which can be applied in our FESIG developments.
  I will also show the Vortex Jar for Living Water and talk little about how we have developed it further. 

Vortices in superconductors and the Josepson plasma resonance
Verner Thorsmølle, Denmark

Conventionally, the superconducting state is characterized by no electrical resistance and expulsion of magnetic fields. This implies levitational properties and instant response. As such, the understanding of superconductivity is important to facilitate the application of future ecotechnologically superconducting materials. In a layered high-Tc superconductor, below Tc, the magnetic field enters the superconductor in the form of vortices that orders in a closed-packed array. Superconductors convey strong ZPE interactions, and vortices facilitate strong aether concentrations.
  Here I present phenomena of the vortex state in the high-temperature superconducter, Tl-2212. I use terahertz spectroscopy in transmission applied to Tl-2212 thin films and measure the Josephson plasma (JPR). I use the JPR as a tool to study the vortex state as a function of temperature and magnetic field applied along the c-axis. In the vortex state, the magnetic field penetrates as vortex lines. The layered structure tends to break these vortex lines into pancake vortices that are concentrated in the copper layers and weakly coupled between layers. I find evidence for a linelike vortex liquid phase. Near the phase transition into the normal state the ordering of pancake vortices along the c-axis improve before the entire vortex lattice melts and the vortices vanishes. In addition, I find a dynamic coupling-decoupling crossover in the current-driven vortex-state.

Fog turbines and energy from water droplets ‒ introduction and overview
Lasse Johansson, Sweden

90 years ago, Viktor Schauberger suggested ways to extract electrical energy from water by mimicking processes that can be observed in waterfalls in nature. In this presentation we will review rather neglected research by Schauberger, Graneau and others on extracting energy from disintegrating water into droplets and explore how it could be used as a renewable energy source.

Workshop with fog turbines and energy from water droplets (Practical workshop)
Curt Hallberg, Robert Bärnskog, Sweden & Martin Wozniak, Denmark

In this practical workshop we will explore principles and practical efforts to extract energy from disintegrating water into droples. We will make experiments with a "fog turbine", with Viktor Schauberger's water drop experiment and with disintegrating water into droplets by electrical discharges.

Gallery of Clean Energy Inventions (Poster presentation)
Gary Vesperman, USA

Among the poster presentations, Gary Vesperman will present a panorama of inventions within the non-traditional alternative energy sources focus area, covering among other things: permanent magnet motors, capturing radiant energy (outside the visible spectrum) from the sun, gas-phase cold fusion, torsion fields and effects of unconventional water pumps.

Extraction of thermal and static pressure energy from a calm atmosphere and aquatic environments (Poster presentation)
Evgeny Sorokodum, Russia

The solution to all energy problems depends on finding the ideal energy source, which should be environmentally friendly, independent of fuel, the presence of the sun or wind. Thermal and static pressure energy of a calm atmosphere and water environments is chosen as an ideal source.
     The specific received capacities (kW power received from 1 m3/s of the extracted medium) are determined: kinetic (wind, currents), thermal and static pressure (calm atmosphere and aqueous media). Comparative estimates have been made for the overall efficiency of the future heat energy source and static pressure with an efficiency of no more than 1%. It is found that the energy of the atmosphere during the extraction of thermal energy will give the consumer energy 2-75 times more, and during the extraction of static pressure energy 10-200 times more than the kinetic energy of wind will give. The energy of aqueous media during the extraction of thermal energy will give the consumer energy 50-10000 times more, and during the extraction of static pressure energy 5-200 times more than the kinetic energy of currents will give. Thus, evidence has been obtained that the energy of a calm surrounding atmosphere and aquatic environments is a real ideal source of energy.
     We have developed a method for extracting thermal and static pressure energy from a calm atmosphere and aquatic environments. To implement this method, it is proposed to use a vortex created with the help of mechanical vibrations of a special shape.

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Coffee cycloid in swirling flow