posted on Jan, 24 2016 @ 11:17 PM
a reply to: SLAYER69
we already have it and much more. But the problem is average people are confined to industries that will work within the petrol economoy. If it
doesn't use a lot of gas then they wont' turn it into anything. Or it won't turn anything if it's taking humanity forward in terms of progress too
Like prime example. Sir Richard Brandson and it's grand space tourism ideas. My thought is that I bet what happened is Richard starting developing
this thing. But it would have taking people too far forward. Because then you'd have a gazillion entrpreneurs working on the next phase of that which
would be like living in space etc etc. So again there's only certain things big corp are allowed to do. Who allows them? TPTB of course. So I bet they
got to Richard and said like "look great job, nice idea, but we're shutting it down. Here's a billion dollars for your efforts but as of now your
project is being shelved. We'll stage a crash landing to scare people off from ever using your space tourism idea and we'll slowly close down the
Like what goes on behind the scenes is the stuff of movies! If we could just pursue anything, we'd be light years ahead. But the problem is TPTB are
already like 50 years ahead of the slave masses. So why would they want to relinquish that kind of control. What they want to do is hold back humanity
and keep everyone confinded within the petrol economy.
It's really sad. Like I know I could be wrong but again, what we're dealing with behind the scenes is stranger than sci fiction. Most revolutionary
tech never hits the masses. Like whatever happened to cold fushion. Or those generators that were suppose to power your house. Or any electric car
that you would actually want to buy, or anything that actually might help you, or free you from the slave grid you're stuck in.
24-1-2016 by lavatrance because: (no reason given)