posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 01:50 PM
reply to post by DaddyBare
In my cynical world the answer to the question: "Why does this sound fishy to me?" Goes something like this:
This sounds fishy because there is no aspect of alternative energy that is either "shovel-ready" or "operationally developed" at the industrial level
- in our country.
This is not so because of the technology, but because of the business model that will not accept competition with the entrenched Energy Cartel that
commands disproportionate power within the political bodies that virtually monopolize the government, as well as the financial institutions that
control the economy in the United States (among other nations.)
This fact is so irrevocable, that any effort to institute a new method of energy production that does not explicitly either rely on, or incorporate
the existing cabal of energy concerns, will be made to appear a losing proposition. Industrial or political sabotage are very handy tools which will
be made use of the closer to fruition any change comes.
For those who doubt this consider.... solar energy... solar panels... key component - silicone. Source - sand. ... "But solar energy is too expensive
to implement!" Why?.... is sand expensive? In short supply? Or is it that the technology holders are pricing the technology out of reach?..... and
why would they do that? Certainly not to benefit mankind... certainly not to avoid business.... certainly not to protect fossil fuel money which
they already control.......
You can't put a meter on the sun... that's why.
edit on 15-9-2011 by Maxmars because: (no reason given)