posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 01:22 PM
Originally posted by Annunaki2012
What is you opinion about these two scenarios?
Welcome to ATS Annunaki2012.
I agree with the general notions presented in your post, however I don't totally agree with some of your points.
You say that antigravity technology would mean the 'death of the automotive industry'. I don't think that would be the case. If antigravity really
means a clean and most likely infinite (or close to) means of propulsion I would think that the automotive industry and basically all of the
transportation industries would in fact rise. The high costs/prices associated with oil would cease to exist.
Of course initially the technology could be expensive, but eventually with the massification of it, the price of 'cars', 'airplane' tickets, etc
would indeed lower and be accessible to more people.
And if antigravity would prove to be a good method of generating electric energy to the point of replacing all others (coal, hydro, nuclear, etc), the
price of energy would lower, making it a more affordable resource, resulting in an increase of another great number of industries, such as home
appliances, and so on.
Even today we hear about the problems that companies like Google and even the
are starting to have problems because of
their huge computer farms, that are overloading the power grids.
I think the barriers to the 'freeing' of antigravity to the public, really are the oil industry (with their respective buddies in the middle east)
and the military.