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“We’re at a historic meeting.” At the November 2010 Renaissance Charge Conference in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, this comment was expressed by appreciative voices with various accents. From around the world about 380 people attended—engineers, business people, university students, and other serious researchers. Many were there because for the first time since a Tesla symposium in [...]