Alternative Science Community Networking
In an effort to promote networking in the
alternative science community at large, and to give people an
opportunity to seek out or provide specialized information,
equipment, material or services, we are offering a few new options at
no charge to assist KeelyNetters and others who might be in need of assistance.
Be aware that KeelyNet does not abide or in any
way promote UFO (lights in the sky reports where technology is not
provided), abductions, conspiracy, patriot or other such dissipative
topics. Our goal is working hardware that inherently evokes change.
These pages will take several forms and this
Network page will be as open ended as possible for future additions.
For now, we will provide;
(the network subpages
are still under construction)
1 - Researcher Network
- a list of alternative science researchers in your own neighborhood
who you might like to contact (posted below)
2 - Sell/Swap
- a page to sell or swap machines, books or other material or
services related to alternative science, to be posted at the
discretion of the webmaster
3 - People Finder -
a page looking to contact a specific person or group in the form of a
public request which will include your email for direct interaction
4 - Events -
upcoming conferences, meetings, symposia, lectures or other
opportunities to network with others in the alternative science arena
5 - Hit Graphs - a
periodic hit graph showing which pages are getting the most hits,
this tells us and others what types of pages are of the greatest
interest to KeelyNet oriented callers, the first sample is at the
bottom of this page and will over time be listed by week and by month
as clickable viewed charts
all information placed on KeelyNet is posted or
denied at the sole discretion of the webmaster depending on relevance
to Keelynet topics and alternative science approaches
these Network subpages are not intended for
commerical advertising - alternative science hardware and such from
commercial companies goes under (PRODUCTS
button to the left)
because of email volume, it is preferable that
the person requesting information provide an email address for direct
contact between any respondents to minimize confusion in the
information exchange and provide for privacy between the parties involved
feel free to sign up to the firstname.lastname@example.org
discussion list if you might like to exchange comments and insights
on alt science subjects (click on DISCUSS at left)
This is a new project, so if you have suggestions on how to improve
on it, please send them to Jerry
at KeelyNet for discussion or modification. Thanks...
As of 03/11/98, there are now 57 Researchers open to local
networking. This list is NOT for advertising or promotion. It is
intended as a resource to establish LOCAL personal contacts between
interested researchers, with the expectation that seeds of future
technology will sprout from such interactions.
Ideally, we are hoping that personal discussions will lead to actual
experiments that will discover how to produce a reproducible
overunity, gravity control or other alternative science breakthrough.
The main purpose is for KeelyNet to provide a publically accessible
list of people who would like to interact on a local level with
others of similar interests.
In the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, since 1992, we have had a regular
monthly meeting called a Roundtable. The idea is to provide, at no
charge, an open forum for discussion and networking regarding
alternative science topics. (as of July 1998, our monthly Roundtables
have been suspended). It is loosely based on Dean
Stonier's Global Sciences group in Denver.
The Roundtable does not discuss UFOs, conspiracies/patriot or bizarre
New Age topics since there are other local venues for such
information. It is based on the same targeted interests as KeelyNet
promotes. However, you should decide on your own topics. Please feel
free to contact anyone listed for your area or near to it, in hopes
of striking up new friendships and exchanges of information.
Many restaurants will give you free space if you can guarantee a
certain attendance. In our case, we meet at an easy to find Wyatt's
Cafeteria and are given a banquet room that holds up to 150 people,
on condition that $200.00 worth of food and drink is consumed.
Otherwise, we have to pay for the room. The managers are most
cooperative and have bent over backwards to support our monthly meetings.
Just start with a few people and it will grow as they bring friends
and others interested in such subjects. We started with 30 and ended
up with 50 to 100 people per meeting. We also intentionally asked
that people not advertise the meetings so as not to be glutted with
those who only seek free entertainment. Some words of advice, if you
expect many people to attend your get togethers, try to arrange to
have your meetings;
as informally as possible, the less hassle for everyone, the better,
as freely as possible, though a donation is a nice feature,
at a fixed location,
on a fixed date and
at a fixed time.
This way, people can regularly plan for your meeting and find it
easily. Our Roundtables are on the 3rd Wednesday of each month and we
get somewhere between 60 and 100+ people. We have NEVER failed to
have a meeting in the 6 years we've done it.
We do NOT advertise our meetings for fear of being deluged with
people who just want free entertainment from those 'crazy science
people'. Word of mouth and personal contacts are the safest form of
advertisement for us.
We basically ask that participants keep an eye out in their monthly
travels, for interesting or unusual alternative science or related
info. That information is brought as photocopies which are described
at the meeting and contributed to a copy pool. If you want the packet
of information for that month, you sign up, pay .07 per page (which
generally comes to about $5.00 to $12.00 per packet) and pick up your
packet at the next meeting. Works quite well.
You know how you buy a $20 book and only get about 2-10 pages of
useful information? With the rest being basically filler? Well, with
the packets, it is highly specific information.
We also have an occasional video, machine or novel toy demonstration,
surprise or planned guest speakers (Stan Deyo, George Wiseman,
Dannion Brinkley, David Fasold, Jim Marrs and several others have
surprised us by attending). Sometimes people will bring a guest from
another state or country, so we get a chance to let them report on
what happens in their neck of the woods. Try it, lots of fun,
interesting and builds good contacts.
If you would like your name added to this Researcher Networking list,
to be contacted by other researchers, please send an email with the
your email address
the state or country you are located in
a BRIEF list of your alternative science interests - (no more than 3
your city or town (optional)
If you have your own website, that information should be transmitted
privately to your contacts, since this list is not intended to
Send your profile information to Jerry
Decker. It is our hope you will network with people in
your area and help get free energy, gravity control and electronic
health into practical, freely shared technologies.