Dear Members & Supporters,
It has been a long time since we’ve sent out any communications, and so we would like to give you a brief update on NPA activities.
NPA Conference Presentations on YouTube
The NPA conference in Baltimore was a success despite our limited resources. There was good attendance, with interesting presentations and varied topics. Our volunteers have worked very hard to edit the video presentations; in particular, we would like to thank two new members: Jerry Reynard for sharing the film from his professional camera gear, and Jeff Brewer for his heroic effort of turning raw footage into decent YouTube videos.
Scroll to the bottom of this message for a preview of the presentations available on the NPA YouTube channel.
The Proceedings of last year’s conference will be available soon. We are in the final stages of publishing and it will soon will be available in both ebook and paperback formats through Amazon.
Our volunteers have managed to recover and scan older Proceedings of the NPA, specifically Volumes 2-6. We now have all the Proceedings in digital format, ensuring the preservation of our member’s valuable works. We continue the process of restructuring the organization and improving the website. In the meantime, any member who wishes to get a hold of the full Proceedings can contact me (email@example.com) directly.
Our membership fees remain modest. If you haven’t registered as a member, or have not renewed your membership yet this year, please do so by clicking here.
We also need volunteer help and are looking for some experienced individuals to join the Board of Directors. If you have time, skills, and a willingness to serve NPA members, please contact me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Here is a preview of the presentations available from our Conference YouTube playlist (20+ videos uploaded so far).
Hector Munera (Sagnac Award Recipient) – Motion and Collisions
Nina Sotina (Proceedings Editor) – The “hidden variables” in quantum mechanics and superfluid aether
Bruce Leybourne (Advanced Climate Studies) – Climate Anomalies, their Drivers and Tectonic Connections
Ray Tomes – Harmonics Theory (Part 1)
On behalf of our volunteers and board of directors, thank you for your trust and support.