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Virtual Universities Educational Music Programs To Be Offered Soon

Administrator, Chaplin Lowell A. Morton plans to offer a Nashville/Motown style educational music program to be taught by the Jelly Roll Morton / Pinetop Smith method. These Virtual Universities educational music programs will be presented as a series of such programs offered, held at The Chauncey & Tiffany North End Music Conservatory located at 3207 Edgemoore Road in Boise Idaho. The programs will be available to the public at large as posts on U-Tube.

Virtual Universities Administrator, Chaplin Lowell A Morton

A Non-Profit Graduate/Post Graduate University Performing Educational Research, Radio and Television Communications Education, & FCC Licensing Admisration

Virtual Universities was founded as a non-profit serving the common good by providing communications and scientific education and specialized research to local Ada County and Boise County communities.

Operating as usual

[04/11/20]   Prospective Federal Communications Commission Licensing Students interested in taking tests for licensing should request current study guides and registration by emailing our VE Group at [email protected]. Testing Dates and Locations will be included with your returned registration for taking your exam/s.

[12/15/19]   VIRTUAL UNIVERSITIES IS CURRENTLY IN THE PROCESS OF EVALUATING HIGH POWER HIGH INTENSITY LIGHT EMITTING DIODE ILLUMINATION SYSTEMS FOR ENERGY SOLUTIONS. SO FAR ENGINEERS HAVE FOUND THEM TO BE MOST REMARKABLE.

[07/15/19]   A group of our students have started working separately on LP gas generator charging circuits for batteries and for backup / standby power systems to run pumps and other electric devices. Their progress will be noted as they complete their research and proceed with their applications.

02/21/2019

Virtual Universities

Face Book, Profit or Non-Profit?

When I first joined Face Book, I thought it was really great to discover that a social website where friends and interested persons could associate freely without restraints and/or constraints existed. For the most part my non-profit organizations memberships have continued being that way. However; more recently, it appears that lots of businesses and politically agenda related organizations have begun asserting themselves and their political agenda’s quite repeatedly into the Face Books news feeds.

For quite a while now Mark’s designated Face Book proctors have been nudging me in posts to pay to BOOST my posts for our Virtual Universities and our Universal Life Church Chapels & Food Banks! Initially when I first entered our information into Face Book I appropriately listed both these organization as Charitable Non Profits. Nothing has changed here but now I have reason to believe that the Face Book proctors perceptions that there is someone here who is making some money on something they are doing here exists, so BOOSTING should be the order of a PROFIT business.

For the record now; The only money and/or materials received here by either our Universal Life Church Chapels & Food Banks or our church sponsored Virtual Universities is received by donation only and it is specifically earmarked for individual projects in advance and it is not available for any alternate expenses such as advertising. Both our Church and University have reported all of their donated incomes and all equipment donated to the IRS each year since their founding on December 13th of 2005. According to Face Books own reporting systems, many hundreds of Muslim people in Iran have all liked Virtual Universities.

However; very sadly, no one here in our USA has ever expressed any slightest interest in any of our ARRL sponsored communication education and licensing programs as they are listed here on Face Book. Since there has not been any interest why would anyone want to BOOST our listings because more times nothing is equals nothing! Since our Church Food Bank and our University exist as non-profits it remains of no consequence to any of us that many hundreds of Muslim people in Iran have no interest in our communications educational courses, or in our Universal Life Church Food Banks program. If Mark or anyone there at Face Book really thinks they could (might be able to) promote our Non Profit organizations in some way that would benefit us in any way at all, they could do this and then send us a bill, for any reasonable amount that the IRS agents would accept, for which we would gladly give Mark at Face Book a tax credit for it as it would be correctly and appropriately listed on an IRS 8282 form. Just Sayin’

ULC Chaplin Lowell A Morton
Administrator for Virtual Universities

[02/18/19]   Virtual Universities Continuing Education

Virtual Universities American Radio Relay League Volunteer FCC examiners are busy preparing for an upcoming testing session to administer FCC Exams to license new Amateur Radio emergency communications operators. Hopefully new applicants will be ready to take their tests in late April or early in May of this year.

02/12/2019

OUR CURRENT AMERICAN RADIO RELAY LEAGUE FCC VOLUNTEER EXAMINER CERTIFICATION -

[05/14/18]   Virtual Universities

We are still looking around for educational researchers who are interested in researching various scientific phenomena. It is difficult to find anyone who has the time to conduct educational research in the various scientific fields especially for serving a non-profit such as Virtual Universities. Specifically, we are interested in finding a few well qualified persons who are interested in participating in the construction and fabrication of scanning laser microscopes for performing educational research in the various scientific fields. Of the 130 people face book says are following us here, maybe someone would be interested in responding to this educational research inquiry concerned with this post.

Lowell A Morton, Administrator

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Power/Performance Bits: May 8

SQUEEZING SOLAR CELLS -

https://semiengineering.com/power-performance-bits-may-8/

semiengineering.com Cobalt-free cathodes; benchmarking ML; squeezing solar cells.

semiengineering.com 05/08/2018

System Bits: May 8

LIGHT MANIPULATED ELECTRONS -

https://semiengineering.com/system-bits-may-8/

semiengineering.com AI and the brain; light-manipulated electrons; memristor cybersecurity device.

semiengineering.com 05/08/2018

Manufacturing Bits: May 8

ELECTROLYTE TRANSISTORS AVAILABLE NOW

https://semiengineering.com/manufacturing-bits-may-8/

semiengineering.com Electrolyte transistors; DNA detection; VLSI preview.

[03/30/18]   Virtual Universities just received an ISS 1000 RF Monitor that was donated by Ritron Inc which we plan to use in conjunction with our Beetle Abelation research project currently in progress at our Robie Creek Kelly Gulch Echo Canyon Road campus.

03/12/2018

Free Lantz Engineer James J Howard recently contributed this to us as a continuing and ongoing education project.

It Includes two solid state relays to switch both legs of 240. An AC volt/amp meter to monitor pump volts and current. A pump run timer set to run 3 minutes then rest for 15 minutes supporting well recovery. Tank water level indicators and a tank float switch to turn off and turn on pump at certain levels. No more out of water conditions with 2500 gallons providing lots of water at a constant pressure of 45 psi just like city water.
Necessity is the mother of invention. The 2500 gallon storage tank sits about 100 feet vertically above our home on Piper Cub Lane. Boise Idaho

[03/12/18]   Virtual Universities Volunteer Engineers for the past few months have been busily working on a new communications system to cover remote areas of Idaho for solar powered emergency communications. Equipment has been ordered and will be assembled soon and software programs have been tested and are still on the drawing boards but will be instituted soon to see if it will all work as planned. More information will be made available when it has all been tested and if finally working.

Lowell A Morton, Administrator ARS W7OHM

[01/20/18]   The head of our engineering department received a solid state remote sensing thermostat for evaluation and he will be checking it out and a report should be forthcoming! It looks very interesting!
We'll keep you posted!

Chaplin Lowell A Morton

[01/13/18]   Busy installing dual digital amp and volt meters in Charger Supplies

[01/13/18]   Busy installing dual digital amp and volt meters in Charger Supplies

[12/19/17]   VU Educational Research Project – for researching costs and equipment available in today’s market for the current replacement of WR7ID ATV Studio which was once located at 2113 N 26th street here in Boise Idaho and was lost a number of years ago.

Upon request I was invited to tour KAID Public Television Studios by their Engineer Mr. Jeff Tucker which I attended December 18th at 4:00 PM at their offices and studio complex that is located on Orchard Street in Boise Idaho.

On my arrival Jeff provided me with an excellent educational technical tour of all KAID studios and also of their production facilities. I observed many new HDTV Cameras with fiber optic cables which could easily be run 10 miles with no loss in quality, very compact portable HDTV production consoles employing major IT Technology, triangular lighting systems and grids supporting super efficient laser spot and flood lights which are tunable in light frequency (color) that utilize less than 25 watts of electrical power but continuously produce up to 800 watts of light equivalent lumens.

Jeff quoted some quite realistic cost estimates for purchasing current HTDV equipment for me and he also recommended various equipment manufacturers which he suggested would provide excellent quality and good service. Jeff recommended portable studio equipment that KAID is currently using which he thought would be a good value to use in an HDTV Station.

Jeff called my attention to the fact that now TV has converted mainly to IT and no longer uses the familiar coaxial video cables of the past but now uses CAT5 cables for interconnecting equipment in consoles and wiring systems. Also Jeff mentioned IT and server management is now the major system being used rather than that old video patch cabling system which was used in the past.

There were a couple of locations Jeff suggested for a studio that were used as studios in the past out off Cloverdale Road and on the other side of HP off of Highway 20 in the Discovery Business park which he thought might be worth looking into,

I found KAID’s Public Television Engineer Jeff Tucker to be very knowledgeable and most competent in his field. I believe that KAID is extremely fortunate to have Jeff for their engineer and that Virtual Universities indeed has benefitted greatly from this tour by gaining in expertise, a sense of direction, and from his most timely advice.

Chaplin Lowell A Morton,

Administrator for Virtual Universities

[12/19/17]   VU Educational Research Project – for researching costs and equipment available in today’s market for the current replacement of WR7ID ATV Studio which was once located at 2113 N 26th street here in Boise Idaho and was lost a number of years ago.

Upon request I was invited to tour KAID Public Television Studios by their Engineer Mr. Jeff Tucker which I attended December 18th at 4:00 PM at their offices and studio complex that is located on Orchard Street in Boise Idaho.

On my arrival Jeff provided me with an excellent educational technical tour of all KAID studios and also of their production facilities. I observed many new HDTV Cameras with fiber optic cables which could easily be run 10 miles with no loss in quality, very compact portable HDTV production consoles employing major IT Technology, triangular lighting systems and grids supporting super efficient laser spot and flood lights which are tunable in light frequency (color) that utilize less than 25 watts of electrical power but continuously produce up to 800 watts of light equivalent lumens.

Jeff quoted some quite realistic cost estimates for purchasing current HTDV equipment for me and he also recommended various equipment manufacturers which he suggested would provide excellent quality and good service. Jeff recommended portable studio equipment that KAID is currently using which he thought would be a good value to use in an HDTV Station.

Jeff called my attention to the fact that now TV has converted mainly to IT and no longer uses the familiar coaxial video cables of the past but now uses CAT5 cables for interconnecting equipment in consoles and wiring systems. Also Jeff mentioned IT and server management is now the major system being used rather than that old video patch cabling system which was used in the past.

There were a couple of locations Jeff suggested for a studio that were used as studios in the past out off Cloverdale Road and on the other side of HP off of Highway 20 in the Discovery Business park which he thought might be worth looking into,

I found KAID’s Public Television Engineer Jeff Tucker to be very knowledgeable and most competent in his field. I believe that KAID is extremely fortunate to have Jeff for their engineer and that Virtual Universities indeed has benefitted greatly from this tour by gaining in expertise, a sense of direction, and from his most timely advice.

Chaplin Lowell A Morton,

Administrator for Virtual Universities

[12/19/17]   VU Educational Research Project – for researching costs and equipment available in today’s market for the current replacement of WR7ID ATV Studio which was once located at 2113 N 26th street here in Boise Idaho and was lost a number of years ago.

Upon request I was invited to tour KAID Public Television Studios by their Engineer Mr. Jeff Tucker which I attended December 18th at 4:00 PM at their offices and studio complex that is located on Orchard Street in Boise Idaho.

On my arrival Jeff provided me with an excellent educational technical tour of all KAID studios and also of their production facilities. I observed many new HDTV Cameras with fiber optic cables which could easily be run 10 miles with no loss in quality, very compact portable HDTV production consoles employing major IT Technology, triangular lighting systems and grids supporting super efficient laser spot and flood lights which are tunable in light frequency (color) that utilize less than 25 watts of electrical power but continuously produce up to 800 watts of light equivalent lumens.

Jeff quoted some quite realistic cost estimates for purchasing current HTDV equipment for me and he also recommended various equipment manufacturers which he suggested would provide excellent quality and good service. Jeff recommended portable studio equipment that KAID is currently using which he thought would be a good value to use in an HDTV Station.

Jeff called my attention to the fact that now TV has converted mainly to IT and no longer uses the familiar coaxial video cables of the past but now uses CAT5 cables for interconnecting equipment in consoles and wiring systems. Also Jeff mentioned IT and server management is now the major system being used rather than that old video patch cabling system which was used in the past.

There were a couple of locations Jeff suggested for a studio that were used as studios in the past out off Cloverdale Road and on the other side of HP off of Highway 20 in the Discovery Business park which he thought might be worth looking into,

I found KAID’s Public Television Engineer Jeff Tucker to be very knowledgeable and most competent in his field. I believe that KAID is extremely fortunate to have Jeff for their engineer and that Virtual Universities indeed has benefitted greatly from this tour by gaining in expertise, a sense of direction, and from his most timely advice.

Chaplin Lowell A Morton,

Administrator for Virtual Universities

[12/02/17]   Mr Jim Howard of JJ Howard Engineering donated a SSB Transceiver to Virtual Universities for doing our short skip propagation research, His help is greatly appreciated.

Chaplin Lowell A Morton, Administrator

[12/02/17]   No one here at Virtual Universities would object if Face Book wanted to boost any pages here and pay for their boosting charges. Virtual Universities is a non-profit and as such has no funding for such activities. If readers want to boost pages for Virtual Universities, Face Book will be glad to take your money and wiil boost our pages you tell them you like! We just don't have any budget for it ourselves. Donations to Facebook for this cause I am sure will be appreciated. Godspeed Now

Chaplin Lowell A Morton Administrator

[11/18/17]   Western Pacific Metals just donated a thruster exciter which will be part of our space drive research project. We will tell you more about it as we have time.

[10/21/17]   Most of the posts for Facebook are on my own page, and there are lots of them there! I see no value in posting them again here on this page! If that's any problem for Facebook users then I would like to hear from them concerning it! Thanks! Lowell A Morton

[09/25/17]   Not everyone has to like a page to make it useful to those who need to find information at such time as it becomes useful. Educational research web sites normally don't ask people who use them to post information evaluating their usefulness in exchange for that use. Just sayin'

[09/15/17]   WAITING FOR MATERIALS FOR THE VIRTUAL UNIVERSITIES THORIUM BATTERY RESEARCH PROJECT. SLC RESEARCHERS ARE COLLECTING EARLY RESEARCH MATERIALS FOR THE PROJECT AND MATERIALS FOR A PROTOTYPE WILL BE PROCESSED WHEN THE MOST EFFECTIVE AVENUE OF RESEARCH HAS BEEN SELECTED.

[09/11/17]   OUR NEW SOLAR CONTROLLER PROTOTYPE CHARGED ALL OF THE BATTERIES TO FULL CHARGE IN 5 DAYS AND IS WORKING WELL.

[09/11/17]   Bob and Steve just took delivery once again on 1/2 a van load of food for below poverty people living in the northeast area of Boise Idaho. They really like delivering the food and the people really like receiving it!

[08/12/17]   On December 13th of 2005 Administrator Lowell A Morton met with Mrs. Marylin Davis at her ISBOE Offices here in Boise Idaho. The ISBOE discussed and liked his concept of performing Educational Research and each year since that time has re-approved his applications as a member in good standing in the ISBOE, subscribing to their guideline and under their good auspices.

Not everyone is going to like what people do in their lives, and accordingly Virtual Universities is not interested in winning any popularity contests, but only in continuing and completing its research projects. It is appropriate to say here that Virtual Universities promotes itself and it's own interests on its own time, but neither advertises its research nor divulges it's findings as they are solely proprietary and they will be released to our society of this country at large when we are done with our researches and when they are completed and at such time when we are ready.

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Virtual Universities is an IRS 170(c)3 exempt non profit and as such is supported by the Universal Life Church Chapels and Food Banks as well as by both private and corporate donation.
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