posted on Jan, 7 2008 @ 06:33 PM
I partially agree, this may not be a black budget program, I was merely stating what I believe to be a widely used policy. If they stumble across a
technology that would advance us decades, would they release it?
This I doubt, because lets face it, theyre there to make money, and although the discovery of a new technology would yield ALOT of revenue, but an
even better way would be to create and sell all the technology in between, for instance...(letters being the generations in any technology)
We are at A...If they discover a new technology that boosts us up to say a D or an E, theyve missed all the stops in the middle that would make them
money, but if they release the technology slowly, A, B, C, D and then E, they have made ALOT more money. People say its surpressed, I say it's
delayed for the purpose of money, to follow a logic path, rather than in leaps, which i believe we make daily.
The minute you buy something, Its obsolete in terms of the 'curve', thats how it all works IMO, just plain old dirty business practice, and the IMC
is all about the monies.
To diverse quickly, think about tesla, late 19th/early 20th century, he created incredibly advanced forms of energy creation and storage aswell as
thousands of other patents that wouldve changed the face of te world, were do you think this technology is now? Lost? or filed away somewhere waiting
for the time when it can be abused, when all the oil is gone and then there is a miraculous discovery! just in time, there will be ZPE in the future,
but by no means will it be 'free' energy.
And this is how it will always be unless something is done,in any field that has potential, these are my opinions and are in no way varifialbe.