Month: April 2016

Want to experiment with free or nearly-free energy? Here is a site for you!

Fancy yourself to be a modern-day Tesla? Or maybe you just want to read about others who have experimented with free, or nearly-free energy with varying degrees of success. Well, here is a site that probably contains everything you want to know, most of it in downloadable format:

Practical Guide to Free-Energy Devices

Now, I realize that there are people who claim we can’t have free energy because it violates some law of physics. But here is the thing, there are three categories of physics. There are the physics that we, the general public, know about (at least those of us who have taken classes in physics). Then there are the physics known only to people who work on “black projects” for various agencies around the globe, and maybe to a few very smart people who are willing to think outside the box but who probably get ridiculed when they try to share their knowledge publicly, because the world isn’t ready for them yet. And then there is the physics we haven’t discovered — yet! The latter might be what propels some of the strange objects in the sky that are often shown in YouTube UFO videos, at least the ones that aren’t CGI fakes (and there are plenty of those on YouTube, too).

(Please note I am NOT saying we are being visited by aliens. The reason they call them UFO’s is because the “U” stands for “unidentified”, meaning we don’t know where they come from or what they are. So, I am keeping an open mind on the subject. They may well be of earthly origin.)

There are many people who believe that we could have had free energy long ago, except that the corporations who make money selling us petroleum-based energy and other forms of at inflated prices would see their profits evaporate overnight. The problem is that until someone actually builds a production model free-energy device that can be installed in any home or vehicle, few will take the possibility seriously. It kind of reminds me of how many “learned scientists” said that heavier-than-air flight was impossible until the early experimenters such as the Wright Brothers proved they were wrong (and even then, many in the press thought their flights had been faked). It only took a decade or so after that for the military to be making use of airplanes, and for them to be used to carry commercial cargo. The point is that even after a technology is proven to work, some people simply will not accept it and will claim it is all smoke and mirrors, but once we get past that stage it can grow into a major industry. And there will always be casualties; the Zeppelin industry and to a lesser extent the railroads lost business once commercial flight took off (no pun intended), but that is progress. No business model survives forever, and for many people the sooner we no longer need to rely on petroleum-based energy, or a vulnerable grid of electrical transmission lines carrying energy across the continent, the better.

I don’t know which of these experimenters are actually onto something and which are just pursuing fanciful dreams, or worse yet, which are actively scamming investors. But I will just bet that there is someone out there who will soon change the world with an invention that will provide very cheap or free energy that can power every home and vehicle. That’s provided, of course, that they don’t have a tragic automobile accident or have some other unexpected calamity befall them, as unfortunately seems to happen on occasion, or that they don’t just seem to disappear off the face of the earth.

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