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Free Energy- Marvelous Technologys Ignored

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posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 10:06 PM
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Why am I hearing there's free energy technology out there and yet still we have to pay energy bills and buy fuel to run our cars? I'm living in a city that has a Refinary Upgrader Complex and I don't see it shut down. We don't need it anymore, we just need water suppliers and free energy factorys to mass produce machines that don't require fossil fuels or moving parts. I say these technologys are being ignored because its not taken seriously as to where every fossil fuel factory out there is shut down and we are running on clean vehicles.
What's taking so long? People are going on there daily lives driving to work on fuel thats outdated and should be considered illigal because, its simply dangerous to the environment.

Edit: Excluded power bills

[edit on 22-10-2006 by 7Ayreon]




posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 10:08 PM
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I don't believe such technology exists, but even if it was you'd have to pay to build and maintain it, deliver the energy, etc.



posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 10:12 PM
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Originally posted by djohnsto77
I don't believe such technology exists, but even if it was you'd have to pay to build and maintain it, deliver the energy, etc.


So I must of heard wrong, or all those people we're lying to everyone?! They said straight there on UFO - The Greatest Story Ever Denied that what they were saying was true! That there is technology that is safe, reusable, and never breaks down because it doesn't have any moving parts.



posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 10:15 PM
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I think, at this point in the conversation, we could do with some links to the latest, more pertinant evidence of free energy.

I do believe we can harness alot of what the earth has to offer, in regards to static electricity in the atmosphere, etc... but there is nothing that is actually free. You will inevitably be depleting something somewhere.



posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 10:19 PM
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Originally posted by johnsky
I think, at this point in the conversation, we could do with some links to the latest, more pertinant evidence of free energy.


Klein/HHO Gas Could Revolutionize the Energy Industry
www.atsnn.com...



posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 10:27 PM
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Originally posted by 7Ayreon
Klein/HHO Gas Could Revolutionize the Energy Industry
www.atsnn.com...


Here's the company's website, not even they claim this is "free" energy, only that it is more efficient: They clearly state the machine that produces this gas requires electricity. I'm 100% if you tried to use its output to generate electricity for the machine, it either just wouldn't work fast enough or would eventually run out of fuel:

hytechapps.com...



posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 10:30 PM
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Well, the reason energy costs us money is because we use
fossil fuel primarily, which costs alot to obtain, and it's not
renewable, so it's expensive.

When we live in a world where we use renewable energy,
with the only expense being to maintain infrastructure, we
sohould'nt be paying money for energy though.



posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 10:36 PM
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The closest thing we have now to free energy that actually works is fission nuclear power plants since we have enough uranium deposits to last over 1000 years and breeder reactor plants can use the waste product as more fuel. Wind energy, energy from tides and waves, and solar power is either too expensive to build and maintain or too inefficient due to the need to store and transport the energy to match demand with availability.

[edit on 10/22/2006 by djohnsto77]



posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 11:04 PM
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Last time I counted there are over a 100 devices that are capable of making oil near obsolete or obsolete all together. However, you trying taking the pasifer from the mouth the oil companies meaning, these companies are doing whatever it takes especially in america to hinder anyone's attempt to bring staple alternative fuel technology to the average homeowner, from controlling the patent offices, lobbying for laws that give them even greater monopolistic power over fuel, buying out these inventions, to just plainly killing you and taking your research.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 11:12 PM
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Here is a video interview with the hacker who hacked into the military and nasa and he says there is supressed free energy.

news.bbc.co.uk...


Here is 20 people out of many more from the government coming together to admit some things about the government and in this video some people say that the government is holding free energy from the public.

www.youtube.com...


That's just 2 videos of many that supports the claim that we are in posesion of free energy right now.



posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 11:17 PM
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You can't really blame the oil companies for the lack of nuclear power development that has occurred over the past few decades. Environmental groups were quite effective at making the public firmly against it and getting the construction of new plants stopped.

But now with fears of global warming and the need to drill in more and more areas to meet petroleum deman, at least some environmentalists are starting to think maybe nuclear plants are better after all...



[edit on 10/22/2006 by djohnsto77]



posted on Oct, 23 2006 @ 04:31 AM
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You guys just have to do abit of research on Nikola Tesla and his design, which were and are supressed from the public yet used by the military. Tesla had found a way to transmit electricity into the atmosphere and all you needed to make use of it was to point up some sort of antenna and it'd pick up the electrical currents.

Read up about him and you'll be surprised. I beleive the military base at Pine Gap in central Australia has one of these transmitters and sends electricity to the US's large submarine fleet. This is one way in which they are able to stay for prolonged periods of time below the surface.



posted on Oct, 24 2006 @ 02:16 AM
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It shouldn't take much thought to figure out why that technology would be suppressed, greed. You can't make money from selling free energy. There are other reasons you could consider as well but money is the biggest one.



posted on Oct, 24 2006 @ 04:27 AM
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djonsto77 are you crazy. what about the hydrogen car, we make parts for this. it is an engine that runs on water. check the chaska minnesota newspapers clippings of a generator that powered the building, the mayor and govenor were there. what about the hydrogen busses that run around here on hwy. 94 by st. cloud all the way to alexandria and up north, they are clearly labeled and advertise this technology. get on board man, it is a clean energy and what comes out the tailpipe is water. why are we not mass produceing this stuff.



posted on Oct, 24 2006 @ 04:46 AM
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these stupid power hungry war mongers that is why. greed is the root to all evil. check out the hydrogen cars on the web and where they run. the thing i see stupid with this hydrogen car is that they want to make a fueling station. why, cain't the car carry its own water supply. a fueling station, money greedies want a fueling station so that you think the car cannot carry water and separate it all in the same engine. i saw the engine, it ran a generator , you pour water in it and it uses that.you see the hydrogen is seperated from the water and the hydrogen is flameable. the hydrogen is put into a cylinder and fired up, the concept like cars have now. we make parts for this engine. they have problems tho, cold whether, ignition problems at certain temps. it has to be warm or a certain temp. i have'nt been on the site lately i wonder if they fixed this problem yet.



posted on Oct, 26 2006 @ 09:28 AM
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IN order for Hydrogen to become viable Huge investments in infrastructure neen to be made.

Most hydrogen produced in the United States is made from natural gas, by steam reforming. If today’s entire U.S. hydrogen capacity were used in transportation, it would fuel around 20 million cars. Worldwide consumption of hydrogen is around 103 million kg per day.
Refineries consume about 45 percent of total hydrogen produced, and petroleum refinery demand is expected to increase significantly during the next few years. The second-largest commercial user of hydrogen is the ammonia industry, which consumes 38 percent of the total. Other users include the methanol industry, the food-oils industries, metal producers, the electronics industries and, of course, NASA.

Currently the cost of producing Hydrogen is dependant on the cost of electricity.
And as far as I can tell the cost of electricity continues to rise. So unless a more cost efficient way of producing hydrogen on a large scale is developed I dont see any change in our current dependancy of foreign oil. That to me is not acceptable. We need to put more money into research in my humble opinion.

Here is a link to some of the information contained in my post; www.solartoday.org...



posted on Oct, 26 2006 @ 09:49 AM
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Originally posted by 7Ayreon
Why am I hearing there's free energy technology out there and yet still we have to pay energy bills and buy fuel to run our cars? I'm living in a city that has a Refinary Upgrader Complex and I don't see it shut down. We don't need it anymore, we just need water suppliers and free energy factorys to mass produce machines that don't require fossil fuels or moving parts. I say these technologys are being ignored because its not taken seriously as to where every fossil fuel factory out there is shut down and we are running on clean vehicles.
What's taking so long? People are going on there daily lives driving to work on fuel thats outdated and should be considered illigal because, its simply dangerous to the environment.

Edit: Excluded power bills

[edit on 22-10-2006 by 7Ayreon]


7Ayreon,
You answered yourself in your original post.
Big brother is calling the shots they sweep all this free energy under the rug so it will not disrupt there bottom line. Do a ATS search on it there are some good reads on the subject.

AlBeMeT



posted on Oct, 26 2006 @ 10:10 PM
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The reason we don't have it is because they don't work.

There are literally thousands of patents for these devices. They've had all sorts of investors (some have done huge seminars, promising all kinds of developments). Nobody's gotten shot or suppressed over it.

If it did work, every car and appliance manufacturer in the world would be all over it. Think of the marketing -- The Laptop With the 40 hour battery life! Don't you know folks everywhere would leap all over that and the company would make a huge fortune. How about a laptop with a 6 month battery life?

What about medical devices -- wouldn't hospitals line up to buy an x-ray machine that saved electricity and wouldn't go down in an emergency? Couldn't you sell a lot of these to small countries?

How about cell phones that never needed recharging?

How about for their own internal use... forklifts that never needed gas and never put out fumes? Trucks that never needed gas (one of the most expensive parts of an operation), etc, etc?

No... the reason it isn't out there (as has been mentioned a thousand times in other threads about this) is that it's not suppressed... it just doesn't work.



posted on Oct, 26 2006 @ 10:40 PM
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Originally posted by djohnsto77
The closest thing we have now to free energy that actually works is fission nuclear power plants since we have enough uranium deposits to last over 1000 years and breeder reactor plants can use the waste product as more fuel. Wind energy, energy from tides and waves, and solar power is either too expensive to build and maintain or too inefficient due to the need to store and transport the energy to match demand with availability.

[edit on 10/22/2006 by djohnsto77]


Fission power can never be defined as 'free energy' or anything close to that.... it costs a wad of cash to extract the uranium from the ground, loads of money to fabricate the fuel and even more to build a reactor and maintain it for 30-50 years.



posted on Oct, 26 2006 @ 10:57 PM
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Equinox - "It Runs on Water"

This is a Google Video of a documentary shown on Channel 4 in the UK some years ago.

It gives several examples of overunity energy devices.

Just to take one example. The combining of hydrogen and oxygen to create water releases energy. Conventional wisdom has it that to split water into hydrogen and oxygen which can then be recombined incurs a net energy cost greater than the energy release from the recombination.

However, if you use the phenomenon of resonance, by passing an AC current through water at the resonance frequency of the water molecule, you can input a very low level of energy that shakes the water molecule apart. Anyone who's seen the film of the Tacoma bridge will have an instinctive understanding of how this principle works.

Like it or not, there are powerful political forces at work that seek to repress this technology because they represent interests with huge investment in the status quo. This technology could replace the generating grid altogether: using a small amount of entirely recyclable water, power generation could take place on a local level. This is just one example of free energy technology. There are others.



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