Professor Emeritus of Physics
Interests: New Energy
Dr. Loder retired in May 2005 as a Professor Emeritus from the University of New Hampshire, Dept. of Earth Sciences and the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space.
In April 1997, Dr. Loder attended a 3-hour closed congressional briefing on advanced energy and propulsion systems in Washington DC, as representative of the Governor of New Hampshire. There he learned about various alternative energy systems and met a number of top-secret military witnesses who described events they observed first hand to members of Congress and the Senate.
In October, 2000, at the request of Senator Bob Smith (R-NH), Dr. Loder organized and coordinated a briefing for the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Comm. on the subject of "Outside-the-Box" technologies, their critical role concerning environmental trends, and the unnecessary energy crisis. He also presented an invited paper at AIAA assessing the development of electrogravitic research over the past 50 years and implications of this technology. (Papers available in our Research section.)
Since then, Dr. Loder has worked hard with many inventors to help bring out technologies that will change energy production with more sustainable methods using potentially break-through technologies he has learned about.