Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Reminder on Conference 2009




1-2 August, Saturday-Sunday, Summer 2009

A Scientific Conference, Open to the General Public

Hosted by OBRL (Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory)
Greensprings Center near Ashland, Oregon, USA.

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The Orgone Biophysical Research Lab (OBRL) near Ashland, Oregon, USA, will be hosting a 2-3 day Conference on New Research in Orgonomy in Summer 2009. New research findings on the natural scientific and social aspects of Orgonomy -- the science of life-energy functions in nature, as developed by the late Dr. Wilhelm Reich in the first half of the 20th Century -- will be presented and discussed by diverse research professionals. The event will take place on the weekend of 1-2 August 2009 at the OBRL Greensprings Center, located in the high-altitude forested region east of Ashland, Oregon.

The Conference will be open to professionals, students and the general public.

When: Weekend of 1-2 August 2009

Times: From 10 AM until 6:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday.

Where: At the OBRL Greensprings Center, east of Ashland, Oregon, USA. More information will be posted to the Conference Website as it becomes available.

Topics and Speakers (To be announced at Conference Webpage)

Audience Participation and Round-Table Discussion Each presenter will have time to respond to questions from the audience. A Round-Table Discussion will also occur, among Conference Presenters on special topics of interest (to be announced), towards the end of the last day of the Conference.

Other Activities To be announced. There may be a Friday Open House event, on the evening before the Conference. The OBRL telescope observatory, as well as the OBRL Orgone Energy Darkroom, may be open to visitors for a limited time on Friday and Saturday night, weather permitting.

Fees: $90 for the full Conference. Children under 18 half-price, under the age of 8 free. Babies in arms welcome.

Registration: By post or e-mail or telephone, confirmed by full payment in advance. Late registration accepted if places are still available. Checks payable to OBRL, Visa-Mastercard accepted.

Lodging & Food: Available at local holiday accommodations in or close to Ashland. You must make your own arrangements for a place to stay at one of the nearby Inns or Motels, or down in Ashland. Meals are not included, but a coffey-tea service will be provided. Plan to bring a sack-lunch for eating under the trees with the wild deer, as local restaurants are not "fast food". For local lodging see here:

Language: all presentations will be in English.
Please contact OBRL with your plans for attending the New Research in Orgonomy Conference, at info(at)
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Getting There: See the information given in the "Lodging" weblink above.
All the basic information is posted to this webpage, and to the linked web pages provided above.

OBRL: Orgone Biophysical Research Lab

A Non-Profit Institute


The forthcoming New Research in Orgonomy Conference held in Summer 2009, and hosted by the OBRL (Orgone Biophysical Research Lab), will focus upon new research findings in the field of social and biophysical orgonomy, and will include various lectures, with slides and demonstrations. The event will be open to the general public for attendance. This will be a meeting of working scientists and researchers in the field of orgonomy, presenting their original findings to their peers, and to the interested public.

Professionals and independent scholars who have research findings in the field of natural scientific or social orgonomy, or historical/social findings related to the life and work of Wilhelm Reich, and who wish to present at this New Research Conference, should submit their presentation ideas for consideration to Dr. James DeMeo (contact info below) with the following information: As soon as possible, the Title of your proposed presentation, along with your full name and institutional affiliation, and contact information. This should be followed by an Abstract, suitable for photocopy reproduction and distribution at the Conference, again with the author's name, institutional affiliation and contact information. You will be contacted shortly thereafter. A sample Abstract is provided at the conference website link below, with more information. Proposed paper Abstracts must arrive no later than May 1st, 2009, but paper Titles must be submitted and reviewed in advance of the Abstract.

Poster Presentations are also possible, in addition or alternative to orally-presented papers. Displays should cover a maximum size of around 2 meters width by 1.5 meters height, and be prepared with Poster title, author(s) and affiliations. Displays should have full descriptions of the work being presented, with as much detail and photos with captions as possible, including citations. Posters should be organized for easy reading from a distance -- type should be no less than about 1cm height. Poster presentations should follow all guidelines for Paper presentations, including submission of an Abstract.

See the Conference Webpage for Updates and Additional Materials

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