posted on Jul, 24 2009 @ 09:52 AM
After looking at his websites, the man is either deluded or a scam artist. Oh right he's taking deposits for flights to the moon, sorry. Definitely a
scam artist. I'm totally sure that a "foundation" that consists entirely of one man, who can't even spell correctly, is going to be taking people
to the moon, any year now.
"These reactors can create at any point-of-demand matters like air, water, food, medicine, and new materials, also at nano-level."
Wow, that's weird that his invention can create air, water, food, diamonds, graphene, force fields, medicine, "new materials" (oh boy I love new
materials) antigravity and energy, and yet he needs donations and wants to sell it for money.
"The Keshe Foundation has next rules of conduct:
Maximum of 5% of the incomes will be spend on Administration and Expenses,
and the balance (95%) will be divided in five equal parts:
• 19% for further Reseach and Development,
• 19% for Funding Education world-wide,
• 19% for Direct support to needy,
• 19% for World Peace and Environment,
• 19% for World Religions studies and unification."
Incomes. Not profit, incomes. Because there is no possible way that an organization that is planning on building a fleet of spaceships would have, you
know, Operating expenses. Trying a little bit too hard to sound like he's not interested in money.
"This cola bottle reactor seems to be "empty", but it is filed with plasma." OH COME ON NOW.
Oh, and there is also the matter that you, broli, and Mehran Keshe have extremely similar writing styles and very similar rates of spelling and word
choice errors. Not to mention that you talk about the specifics of his invention as if they are facts that you personally know, after reading an
interview and looking at his website. Well after all, it was on the internet, and as we all know, everything on the internet is true.
To put it simply, you are obviously Mehran Keshe, and you are also, obviously, a con artist.