by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems NewsCopyright © 2010
I have to admit that it is a bit overwhelming to cover the topic of the Renaissance CDA Workshop Conference (which I've been calling the "Bedini Conference" for brevity, though it might more properly be abbreviated the "Renaissance Conference") that took place a week ago in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, USA, organized primarily by Rick Friedrich.
From what I've heard and read, it was a deeply historic gathering, a stunning success, both in terms of the material presented as well as the networking that took place. It was described as a "turning point", instilling on most everyone present that there is indeed a new field of research here that is valid and that needs more consideration and drive; and the conference was highly motivating to propel the movement forward with even great momentum. People enjoyed meeting in person those they've known for so long only online.
This is significant, considering that expectations were high. The conference announcement page sported a video at the top showing an animated cartoon of a Bedini like motor spinning and powering a house.
I really wanted to go, but a number of things, from mundane to large, got in the way. I'm glad to hear that there were as many as 380 people that attended, including from several international locations. The conference-goers were described as "unbelievably talented people from a wide range of backgrounds – a group of people wanting to see things move forward." I was told that there were even representatives from some automobile companies in attendance.