Dateline Atlantic City. I.R. here!
I have been making my way around totally undetected. Nobody has recognized me! It's possible they don't know I'm here.
Rain Camp has been very interesting.
Mighty Mo, well, this camera thingey, has been amazing!
It may be that this morning's meeting has contributed to a new scientific discovery. It may be that this information has never been published before.
What do I speak of?
I thought knowledge was transferred from a teacher to a student, or anyone interested in learning that received some bit of information from someone else.
This is apparently not so. Take a look at the following images.
These are the first three speakers at Rain Camp.
From left to right you see Bob Stewart, Brad Andersohn and Katerina Gasset.
They are each sharing knowledge in turn. I call this Information Energy!
Interestingly, this knowledge is demonstrated by a concentration of heat. And, as we know, this heat, and therefore this knowledge, transfers!
You are looking at three speakers engaged in transferring knowledge. And they are transferring a lot of it!
How do we know it's working? Have a look below!
There it is! Look at this crowd, near and far! What you see above in those transferring knowledge, Information Energy (I.E.) represented by heat, has appeared in and is received by those in the audience!
Call the Nobel Committee!
Call Scientific American and have them reserve the next issue!
Call that guy who owns Mighty Mo!
THIS IS BIG INFORMATION!
I.R. has become involved with I.E.! So there, you have absolute and indisputable proof of the benefits of Active Rain Camp! I hope this lesson sticks with everyone out there!
You should attend one of these events! So far, so great!
See you soon!
I.R. The Intrepid Reporter