Several subscribers to OBRL-News have asked why there have not been any postings in the last months. The reason is simply, free time is scarce at the moment, and this is typically the case over the Summer months. For example, over just the last several months I organized a weekend seminar at OBRL, and right now am in the middle of a series of interesting experiments on orgone-charged water spectroscopy, and an in-depth replication of Wilhelm Reich’s electroscopical discharge rate experiments, using automated equipment. Additional good corroborations are being made of Reich’s old findings, with many new findings as well. Earlier this year, I published several major papers (see prior OBRL-News discussions for details) and these have stimulated much positive interest, and new scientific correspondence. See here for the paper listings: http://www.orgonelab.org/demeopubs.htm
Also I am preparing for a presentation at a mainstream science conference, where orgone energy research will be openly discussed. We have also recently completed the basic construction of a new solar-heat/greenhouse system onto the south side of the OBRL laboratory structure, to reduce the wintertime fuel costs, a task that is nearly completed. All this, in addition to our usual tasks of running the bookstore, preparing new publications, and gathering dead wood from the property for our Winter wood stove fuel. And so on.
Sometime before the end of the year, a new OBRL Newsletter will be developed to update all of our recent work activities with some detail and photos. In the meantime, review the OBRL-Links page, to get a sense of the kind of resources we typically consult, and where the materials for those postings are typically found: http://www.orgonelab.org/links.htm
Thanks for your interest and support.