posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 11:58 PM
Originally posted by hellobruce
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
Sure they do! Here is a light that runs off of Gravity.
here we have whole towns and industries running of gravity.... It is commonly known as hydro electricity - but according to you that is also free
edit on 25-12-2012 by hellobruce because: (no reason given)
Brings up a very good point! Free energy in the context of a paradigm changing scenario can't come in the form of a massive centralized system that
services millions of people. Even if your only paying for the infrastructure and equipment (construction, concrete, turbine wear & tear, and all the
electrical grid infrastructure), your still paying for it, and rightly so too.
IMO a genuine free energy device would be point of use, minimal wear & tear, little to NO fuel requirement and easily adapted to a multitude of
existing devices. Something like a magic box. After fresh water availability, the only thing left would be a genuine LED light replacement for high
intensity discharge lights and we are on our way to decentralizing basic human needs
Originally posted by intrptr
reply to post by Mary Rose
They couldn't keep the atom bomb a secret, they sure couldn't keep a free energy device secret either.
And you can't defy the laws of physics. In order to make energy you have to put in work.
Sorry about that.
IMO the atom bomb is hardy a good example "their" inability to keep secrets... In fact, I'd say they are pretty good at keeping secrets. The UFO
phenomenon for example! With 1000s of people reporting similar sightings, Ancient Aliens on the History channel and testimonies from government
officials.. And yet, the MSM still doesn't consider it worthy of real news. It almost shows that "they" don't need to keep the secret because as long
as people have the mindset of "Well.. If there was truly something to is, CNN or the Economist (take your pick) would do a report on it," they can
keep testing their insane acceleration, 90 degree aerial turn aircraft without public outcry.
On that note, it's naive to think we are bound to the traditional laws of physics. Free energy devices could be what quantum physics was to Newtonian
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