posted on Aug, 4 2008 @ 12:31 PM
Yeah, I used to think things like this were "just an urban myth". Until you start to look at all the patents on such things. Look up "Joe Cell"
for any doubters.
Also, there was a guy showing a water powered car on either 20/20 or 60 minutes. In a totally unrelated coincidence, he was killed in a "robbery" a
couple of weeks later.
Look up the guy who is getting 85 mpg in his 400 hp mustang. He says he wants to wait until he gets 100mpg before selling his method. Want to take
odds that he either 1) commits "suicide" or 2) has a tragic "accident" before he takes his invention public? You heard it here first.
BTW, did you know that FUSION power plants were real in the 1950s? The same guy who held a bunch of patents on CRTs (televisions) invented them. He
then proceeded to develop working prototypes of such things. He was ready to begin installing them into factories for testing and refinement, when
suddenly his funding was pulled, and his project shelved. Think this is male bovine excrement? Twice in the last 10 years, there have been news
stories of HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE PROJECTS that demonstrated fusion reactors. You'd think that this would be on every front page of every newspaper in
the world. Ask yourself why it wasn't.
In conclusion, do a little research into these stories, before claiming that they are all "urban legends". What you find may surprise you, but it
will definitely anger you.