posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 06:46 PM
Personally, I dont get a good feeling about Dr Greer or SETI for that matter.
For one thing I feel that any disclosures should have become more mainstream than they have since 2001 and I think he is mostly hype and very little
Yes, he does interviews, yes they are 'investigating' free energy. So what does this do for the population?
What of all the 450+ witnesses who originally came forward.
How many are there now after all these years since 2001 press conference?
How many have died untimely deaths due to their disclosures? How many have been prosecuted under the official secrets act? (or whatever it is called
in the USA)
Their collective information is worth a lot and what have the public received? Perhaps only a book or two and loads of lectures by Dr Greer.
He asked for money to continue the free energy investigation but I feel that this kind of invention is too big to be kept to one company and once
found will go the same way as all the rest - into a government black hole.
People who contribute will be getting....what? First hand overview with no real information as to how they are progressing? Publicity photographs and
press releases dont really tell us anything about what they have found out and people who contribute should have detailed notes of what the scientists
have tried and found out. That way, the information would be 'public' if the government wanted to close them down in the future. At least someone
could pick up from where they left off in their investigations after the men in black have ransacked the laboratory and taken all the prototypes.
We really should learn from Tesla's experience and that of others who have had their labs invaded and seized, and their discoveries used by the
military. We should have some way to dissemenate information to everyone.
The trouble with all these free energy things is that someone wants to profit from the discovery but it is far too big an issue to keep for one
company/person. This is why the government can close down and keep it under wraps - because of people's greed for money or return on investment.
As far as SETI@home is concerned, I have no confidence that any real signal would be disclosed to the public if found - either by the people's
computers or by the main listening station. I feel it is rather useless project and serves to soak up research time and money that could otherwise be
used on the investigation of real UFOs, ET's, lunar bases, and other unknowns.
I am sure someone here knows far more about this than I do but this is my opinion at the moment and I might be just totally wrong about the guy and