posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 12:15 PM
reply to post by Morpheas
The suppression of green technology extends even into the applications, like solar panels, that do get through. Installation outfits are taught
to incorrectly connect the system so that the panels wind up being much less efficient and people, disgusted that they don't have enough energy to
run their appliances, decide it's a hardship system and quit it.
For about the price of a new cadillac, a solar-wind turbine system can be set up to run washer, dryer, microwave, water pump, lights, flood lights,
security cameras, computers, T.V., stereo, fans over 3000 sq. ft. and still have electricity left over to sell to the electric company if there is one
nearby. In fact, have enough electricity to run another similar household if there is one nearby.
Suppression and sabotage should both be illegal. Demand, not the maintenance of antiquated systems, should drive the market.