posted on May, 4 2012 @ 04:23 PM
This is truly sad considering that he was (possibly) one of the greatest minds of our generation. But all things considered, he probably got what he
deserved. I mean seriously, if he is smart enough to create a power source that could jeopardize the oil industry's profits, he should have expected
the resistance. Especially since almost every powerful person, including every government makes a large amount of money from this industry. If he
truly did create this battery he should have known that there was no way, the powers of this industry would have allowed him to profit off of it. His
only option would have been to donate this technology to the world. And by that I mean give it away and hope to change the world in a way that would
allow us to vacate from the use of dirty fuels.
I'm not the smartest person in the world, but even I know this is true. If I were him (or if the next person who creates this type of battery is
reading this) I would get every email address and physical address of every person that has studied physics, chemistry, environmental sciences, and
mathematics in the past three decades along with every person considered a professional in the industry (college professors, private firms, etc.) and
spend the next year creating a mass mail. The key is to send them all at once without anyone knowing.
The information will get out, hundreds of people (around the world!!!) could verify it, and hopefully one company will produce them. Unfortunately
you won't make money but I guarantee you'll be a consultant (making a lot of money) and go down in history next to Newton.
There is no other way! The only way you prosper as an individual is if we prosper as a whole!
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