posted on Jan, 4 2010 @ 11:36 PM
Taken from your article.
puzzle piece 1
"About a year and a half ago, the Orion Project launched a fund drive to raise $3 million for the purpose of developing and/or finding such a
technology. They've not yet raised that amount, and are asking their supporters to chip in to help raise the additional several $100k they'll need
to build their research facility in Charlottesville, Virginian, not far from the historic Thomas Jefferson Monticello property. "We'll have to
create a whole new scientific process," said Greer."
Of course you will need a whole new scientific process. The current one uses fact checking and proving results... we wouldn't want that. I didn't
realize you need a building to develop a scientific process.
"Greer said that the Orion Project signed a contract with this top secret scientist some ten days prior to the Dec. 25 announcement."
Why would you need a contract for something free?
"Their purpose in making this announcement was both to bring in additional support for the project"
Ohhhhh, so you need more money because you signing the contract with this guy wasn't free.
"The purpose of starting with the Tesla-based technology would be prove to the world that free energy can be had from the environment 24/7/365 via a
device that is affordable even in the developing world, subsidized at first from sales of the device in the developed world."
So... it's not free then and you need donations to make the product so that you can sell it?
"Of the moneys raised so far, Greer said that neither he nor Loder have used any of it for themselves, but they have been doing this on a purely
voluntary basis. Greer, who used to be an Emergency Room doctor recently gave up that career in order to pursue the quest for a free energy solution
full time. His associate, Dr. Jan Bravo, likewise recently left her practice in California for the same objective.
In the future, "if there should be any profits from the sale of this technology, it should go toward helping impoverished people getting these
technologies for free", said Greer; and he said "the inventor feels the same way."
So let me get this straight.... he quits his job but is nice enough to give us his word that he isn't using this money for himself and if there is
profits from the tech that his company has a contract for rights to, he will just give it all away. The inventor feels the same way but he needs
donations to get the contract with the guy.
Wouldn't it be easier to just run a giant ponzi scheme?
[edit on 4-1-2010 by whoshotJR]