posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 12:09 PM
How many of us understand what is going on at CERN? What about Tesla's concepts and engineering principles? Bucky Fullers geodesic designs? Quantem
mechanics? Fission? Fusion? Magnetics?
Not many. Yet they are part of our everyday life. As we settle into our lives we seem to loose the wonder and excitement of learning about the cosmos.
Discovering new technology has become strictly consumptive. It is not for the benefit of mans well being. Ideas are actually stifled when it comes to
"for all humanity".
There are brilliant ideas of efficiency and energy. You can find many at the peswiki website. Some are the solar sterling engine. A sterling engine
uses a trapped inert gas to drive a piston. The differences in temperature allow the gas to expand or contract. There are gravity drive motors that
are at the least much more efficient if not zero point. There are torrid batteries, frequency resonant machines tesla made, solar, tidal, wind, algae,
biofuels, hydroelectric, geothermal, atmospheric, and hydrogen technologies.
The major concern is the expense of first run manufacturing, or so they say. It is an absolute shame we all give up our ideology and settle into the
prescribed life. For the sake of each of our inner evolutions alone you would think we would want better for ourselves and families. To be using
cutting edge technologies and evolving and thinking ahead. Think of how much easier building bases on the moon or mars it would be to have these
technologies and manufacturing processes widespread.
That's why i say the real threat to the enviornment is our perception of the world we live in. The vision we hold of what life is.