By Desmond Elliott
Each day as we browse the Internet and the Press we are faced with the same old rhetoric, Solar Thermal Energy projects canned or proven unsustainable, all deemed to be inefficient and too expensive. We are faced with a continuous stream of failures. How demoralising, we are lead to believe this is the best alternative energy available. The tax payer is bearing the cost of this research and R&D, the question we must ask ourselves is are we looking in the right direction.
The following is an excerpt from Todays News
The funding agreement with the Federal government, which had promised a contribution of $464 million also lapsed because of a timing issue, a consortium spokeswoman told reporters.
What is the answer?
Who is preventing developments in the science and physics of Zero Point Energy? I question why our governments and institutions are not investing in efforts to explore Tesla’s technologies. In my research I discover documents everyday presented by innovative people who have spent a lifetime either full time or part time unwinding the patents left by the great Tesla. We know he was a brilliant man, we have the AC power (motor and generator) to prove it. Every patent he released was instrumental in changing mankind, a few of his inventions included: radio, fluorescent light, tesla coil, AC electricity, brushless turbines to name a few.
Governments and Universities are failing us on a grand scale. Every day on the TV and in Newspapers journalists make reference to reducing polluting gases, a cleaner atmosphere, reduce global warming, kerb the effects of Climate Change. Are we looking on the right page. Scientists and Physicists are researching Photovoltaics, Thermal Energy, Wave Energy, Wind Energy but we never hear of any research into Zero Point Energy. Capturing energy from the charged particles in the atmosphere. They are everywhere including inside our bodies and are just waiting to be harvested.
Simple experiments prove Zero Point energy exists and we know it is plentiful. Naturally this research is adventurous and risky, so is photovoltaics. Inventors and researchers tell us there are over 100,000 secret installations of houses powered by these forces on all continents across the world. Each and every one is clandestine, they all fear retribution from the men in black coats and dark sunglasses. The big issue, the scary part is that this technology requires rewriting the physics handbooks. What prevents us from pursuing this openly. What is the real reason this technology has been pushed underground for almost a century?
If we were serious about reducing carbon in the atmosphere we would be researching the physics to make it possible. Why are we spending money on photovoltaics when we know the cost of production out weighs the energy produced. The answer is simple. This technology offers no threat to current energy generation industry. The energy producers know photovoltaics or wind will never be capable of providing base load energy, replacing coal fired power stations, while the tax incentives are available to pursue research, the power producers contribute to the development, they are the winners. Research into Zero Point Energy technology threatens the future of the power producers. The road to clean energy will be long and rough.
Zero Point (Clean Green) Energy will benefit us all, a lower production cost plus lower cost equipment. From the day the equipment is turned on, the cost of production is zero, the only cost is maintaining the infrastructure and distribution. We the public, must make a paradigm shift in thinking, taking away the power of the energy producers (oil companies and electricity producers), we must face the real facts, we need cheaper power to meet the needs of everyone not just the rich. We have been hoodwinked and controlled by the energy companies for over one hundred years. This suction on society must stop, the world can no longer afford to continue this control over our wealth and future. We are controlled and beholden to a system that is too costly and unsustainable – we are slaves to the energy companies.
When JP Morgan scuttled Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower project, Long Island, USA where he would demonstrate electricity being transmitted like radio energy, he denied mankind a most valuable gift, he placed us permanently in chains; as slaves to the energy barons. J. Edgar Roosveldt was complicit. During the weeks following his death, government officials seized all Tesla’s patents and documents and buried them, his brilliant inventions could not ever be used. They stripped the man of his dignity while he was alive, then stripped mankind of his inventions on his death. The world is full of wonderful people, all in pursuit of greed.
If the reader would care to search Google for: Zero Point Energy or Tesla. You will be amazed by his brilliance and then totally disgusted. Why? As one reads the pages of print, every story ends with the same sad, uncomfortable conclusion. Like Nikola Tesla successive researchers / inventors have either been ostracised, threatened, refused patents, or declared insane and institutionalised or murdered to stop continuing research or release of their technology.
This could not happen in Australia. Do not be fooled! There have been two mysterious deaths in Australia in recent years associated with inventors who have successfully powered an internal combustion engine with water. It was possible and the technology is available. However, both inventors were silenced. The following account are the facts as presented by a personal friend of one inventor in Queensland.
He had a meeting with government officials who were keen to discuss his invention. The meeting was arranged to discuss development of the fuel (water) generation device for use in the Australian motor vehicle industry. At the meeting the inventor was told to forget his invention and not pursue development any further. He was advised to stop immediately and swear to nondisclosure. This invention is not in the best interest of the country he was told. He was also told to refrain from discussing the invention with anyone. He refused, determined to pursue his invention because he believed he was helping mankind and especially Australia. As a consequence of his refusal, the inventor mysteriously fell from the rear of a train in Queensland north of Brisbane a short time later, a government agent who just happened to be there when he fell, claimed he was drunk at the time of his death. The inventor was a non drinker! Who threw him off the train? You guess.
The case was closed and his research and computer were confiscated by people who claimed to be from the government, along with his working prototypes – all destroyed. What a loss of a brilliant man plus a valuable invention, Australia the vast country with endless road networks, imagine reducing the cost of all freight by removing the cost of fuel. The savings would change the course of Australian history, another Tesla moment.
Please ask your politician the following, keep asking until you get the answers:
- How can we change this mindset?
- Who are the people preventing this development?
- Is there an international protocol between governments preventing the use of Zero Point Energy?
- Are the interests of the State coupled to an international power base so dependent on oil and power generation that we the population are prevented from having access to cheap energy?
- Why is this research stifled and snuffed out as soon as the inventions reach production?
- We know it is safe and we know the cost of production is low and we know the generation of Zero Point Energy is completely pollution free.
If the world is hell bent on reducing Carbon Dioxide and Green house gases, then why can’t we produce the real clean energy – Zero Point. Is it the Carbon Tax or 85% tax on fuel that is more valuable than the technology or are the coal and oil producers in control. It has to be one or many of these factors.
Our search for alternative sources of energy is a farce, Photovoltaics, Wind, and Wave energy are only a distraction. Tolerated because the power base does not see them as a threat to their current system.
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