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Originally posted by kaleshchand
Oh yeah let me see ALL the OIL companies (BP, Shell, etc) ALL the worlds electricity companies having those huge dams and whatnot, All the nuclear energy companies, are all simply going to close shop and lose the BILLOINS of dollars/year profit. I think not.
Originally posted by schuyler
Yet no one has managed to do it. All we have are people like Greer who say that Real Soon Now, as soon as you invest a few million dollars more, we'll have these devices. yet year after year after year nothing happens. Nothing. It's always just around the corner, just out of sight.
Originally posted by laslidealist
reply to post by bhornbuckle75
Please research the American coup of 1933 and General Smedley Butler (5 star general) and you might change your mind and see it is true.
This is indeed fact and he names those involved and wrote a book called "War is a racket"
Those names just so happen to be Rothchild, JP Morgan, Dupont, Chase, etc.
This man is very real and his story is very real.
Also please research about Prescott Bush and his ties with Thyssen and to Hitler.
To deny this is to deny the truth.
Originally posted by FreedomCommander
The electrons in the molecules of rock formations have been spinning steadily for millions of years without stopping - at what point will you agree that they are in perpetual motion? So, why don't electrons run out of energy and just slow down to a standstill
The electrons in the molecules of rock formations have been spinning steadily for millions of years without stopping - at what point will you agree that they are in perpetual motion?
"The evidence in support of Andrea Rossi's "cold fusion" or "LENR" (low energy nuclear reaction) based Energy Catalyzer continues to grow. For those who are not aware, his system combines nickel powder, hydrogen gas, and an input of pressure and heat to produce a large output of thermal energy. On March 29th, 2011 yet another test of the technology was performed at the University of Bologna. Like previous tests, the outcome was a complete success. However, this time a smaller version of the E-Cat was tested and two new observers were present.
Some well known players were present during the test. These include Andrea Rossi (the inventor of the E-Cat), Professor Sergio Focardi, Dr. David Bianchini, and of course Dr. Giuseppe Levi. Two guest observers were also present. One of the guest observers was Hanno Essen, associate professor of theoretical physics at the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology. He is also the chairman of the Swedish Skeptics Society. The other guest observer was Professor Sven Kullander of Uppsala University. He is also chairman of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Energy Committee."
Originally posted by boncho
reply to post by schuyler
I starred your post because you bring up great points. And to add to that:
People forget how many products are made from petroleum, a large amount of chemicals used in industry, not too mention every kind of plastic there is.
Over 100 years ago, Henry Ford built his 'Model T' from plastic panels made from HEMP...not oil. (HIGH quality plastics i might add, that offered superior performance, cheaper production costs, and were biodegradable to boot)
Even the first cars to be invented didn't use petroleum, they were ELECTRIC...but were killed off by the early Oil industry...surprise, surprise.
Why would you commend someone on a post where they say:
Great Post Man.... a star
Over 100 years ago, Henry Ford built his 'Model T' from plastic panels made from HEMP...not oil.
The car was exhibited at Dearborn Days in 1941. It was also trucked to the Michigan State Fair Grounds for display later that year.
One article claims that they were made from a chemical formula that, among many other ingredients, included soybeans, wheat, hemp, flax and ramie; while the man who was instrumental in creating the car, Lowell E. Overly, claims it was “…soybean fiber in a phenolic resin with formaldehyde used in the impregnation” (Davis, 51).
In the 1910s, Henry Ford tried experimenting with using agricultural products in the manufacture of his automobiles, encouraged by 3 main factors; trying to find a use for the huge food surplus at the time, trying to find an alternative to using metal which was in shortage at the time, and he also said that the plastic body was safer that a steel body, and that it would be difficult for it to be crushed.
He initially hired a member of the Ford Styling Department, Eugene "Bob" Gregorie; however Ford was not fully satisfied with his work, so the task was given to the Soybean Laboratory in Greenfield Village. He was also helped by a chemist, Robert A. Boyer in trying to find the perfect mixture of materials for the body. Finally, they came up with the perfect solution.
The frame of the car was made of tubular steel, and had 14 plastic panels attached to it. The exact formula of the car is still unknown; however one article claims that they were made from soybean, hemp, wheat and flax, amongst other chemicals.
Originally posted by spikey
reply to post by alfa1
It's one thing to genuinely believe that this technology couldn't possibly exist, it's another to do the oil industries dirty propaganda work for them. Whether parroting 'tried and tested pro oil propaganda', is done consciously or through ignorance, the end result is the same...propagation of ignorance and suppression of energy advancement.
Don't be a parrot mate, there are plenty of devices that i feel are going to be coming on line very soon...this Rossi Cold Fusion is just one avenue of research among many others.
Oils days are well and truly numbered...thankfully.
A ICE is between 20-30% efficient in it's fuel use...this means between 70 - 80% of every gallon of fuel is wasted as heat and unburned fuel.
An electric powered vehicle, while still requiring mainly fossil fuels to generate the electricity needed to recharge the batteries, has an efficiency of 25-50%...it doesn't take a genius to work out which is more efficient in terms of fuel use