Saturday, January 16, 2021

Science Cycles Summit


Join us live on Saturday, January 16, 2021 for the Science Cycles Summit hosted by Ray Tomes, the FSC Board Member and Science Director.


Presentations will be 45 minutes starting at noon EST, followed by question and answer sessions. After the summit, all talks will be available the FSC’s YouTube channel.

This all-day event will feature presentation from luminaries in the science of cycles, including:


Ray Tomes

The 586-Million-Year Cycle in Geology and Climate

Ray Tomes

Ray Tomes

While working in systems software development and economic modeling for prediction, Ray Tomes discovered the importance of cycles. After joining the FSC in the 1980s, he spoke at numerous FSC conferences and ran a unit trust operating in futures markets. While studying cycles full time he developed Harmonics Theory to explain observed patterns of cycles and the entire structure of the universe. He founded Cycles Research Institute, developed CATS cycles analysis software, and speaks internationally. He will join the FSC Board as Science Director. Tomes is based in New Zealand. Noon EST


Beginnings of Wave Mechanics

Dr. Chuck Blatchley

Dr. Chuck Blatchley

Dr. Chuck Blatchley is a Professor Emeritus and the former Chair of the Departments of Physics and Chemistry at Pittsburg State University in Kansas. He earned his Ph.D. in Nuclear and Particle Physics from Louisiana State University in 1984 based on experiments in high energy electron scattering conducted at the MIT-Bates LINAC. Dr. Blatchley taught both undergraduate and graduate quantum mechanics for 25 years. 1PM EST

Dr. Chuck Blatchley

Ed Oberg

18.61 Lunar Nodal Cycle

Ed Oberg

Ed Oberg

Born in the U.S. (1943), Ed Oberg graduated from the University of Minnesota where he received a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering. He has had an eclectic career as a professional engineer and project manager at Honeywell and Control Data in (U.S.), other private companies, and the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission in Australia. He emigrated to Australia in 1969 and has lived there since. In 1974 he developed a special interest in celestial mechanics, which led him to undertake research work in the area of gravitational anomalies. His work resulted the development of the Iasoberg Model. 2 PM EST


Women: An Overlooked Biomarker in the Scientific Study of Cycles

Leslie Carol Botha

Leslie Carol Botha

Leslie Carol Botha was is a member of the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and an honorary board member of the Cycles Research Institute, under the leadership of Ray Tomes. She was honored with the Edward R. Dewey Award for her groundbreaking work on introducing the nature of the study of women’s monthly cycles and their influence on behaviors. Botha is a women’s health educator, broadcast journalist, author, and public speaker. Sam Schreiner called her one of the 21st century’s most prominent natural cycle researchers in his book The World According to Cycles: How Recurring Forces Can Predict The Future And Change Your Life. 3 PM EST

Leslie Carol Botha

Pavel Kalenda

Solar Cycles, Geology, and Climate

Pavel Kalenda

Pavel Kalenda

Pavel Kalenda lives in Pražmo, Czech Republic. He is a Doctor of Natural Sciences, geophysicist, seismologist, and a forensic expert. Kalenda’s main research area is seismology with a special focus on earthquake prediction. 4 PM EST


The Cycles of Change: Patterns of World History

David Katzmire

David Katzmire

K. David Katzmire originated The Cycles Of Change, a theory on the internal rhythms that move within nations and world history. He runs his own business, The Web Elves, which does website design and development, SEO, audio and video creation and editing, and radio show production. Katzmire served as editor and was a contributing author of Cycles Magazine. He now serves on the Advisory Board of the Cycles Research Institute, founded by Ray Tomes. He was a contributing author to the best-selling book, Recalculating, 97+ Experts on Driving Small Business Growth, which the Independent Publisher Awards named, The Best Small Business Book in 2017. 5 PM EST

David Katzmire

Ray Tomes

Waves of Galactic Clusters and the Hubble Constant

Ray Tomes

Ray Tomes

While working in systems software development and economic modeling for prediction, Ray Tomes discovered the importance of cycles. After joining the FSC in the 1980s, he spoke at numerous FSC conferences and ran a unit trust operating in futures markets. While studying cycles full time he developed Harmonics Theory to explain observed patterns of cycles and the entire structure of the universe. He founded Cycles Research Institute, developed CATS cycles analysis software, and speaks internationally. He will join the FSC Board as Science Director. Tomes is based in New Zealand. 6 PM EST

 

After the summit, all talks will be available on the FSC’s YouTube channel. Presentations and presenters are subject to change.