posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 03:10 AM
Everyone is assuming it is greed, but there is another possibility to explain the inventor's hesitance to make a deal to release this product. Maybe
he knew that it would not go to benefit mankind, and would be snatched up by the military industrial complex for use in covert programs, and would
make a lot of money for a lot of undeserving people.
I know this is difficult to fathom, since the product would have great uses for civilians, especially regarding protection and prevention, but what if
he honestly thought that the product would never get out to the public? Even if he patented it, or got the legal rights to it, it makes no difference
because the military industrial complex still would have gotten a hold on it, despite it being patented. They have done this in the past, because they
CAN, and no one will stop them...At least not the military. And one would really be foolish to try to beat them in their arena, as they've been doing
it for so long.
I do not know if this was his reasoning, but it sounds better than simply being greedy. If it was about money, I highly suspect that he would have
relinquished all rights by just selling it outright for a huge sum of money. The government of the US would have snatched it up, and if not, some
American company would have offered top dollar for the rights to the formula. I do find it hard to believe that a sample was never obtained by the
government/military during one of the test sessions, or by breaking into his workshop or something.
So maybe the material is being used in covert projects, on covert aircraft and for Seal Team 6...In Howard Wasdin's book, which tells about when he
was a member of ST6, he stated that ST6 were the first to get any new gadgets or innovations that came along, probably those developed by DARPA...And
they test a lot of weird, cool stuff. It just baffles me if it is true that no one has been able to independently develop something of this
nature...Especially an organization with the resources like DARPA have.