The global controllers’ suppression of making available any practical device has been 100% airtight, in spite of numerous attempts to break through.
Covert assassinations, threats, thefts, draconian laws prohibiting the patenting of such devices and lack of funding have all thwarted development.
This war perpetrated by elite corporations and the U.S. and other rich oligarchies against humanity and nature has only escalated over the past few years.
The unfolding of these crimes provides a stark contrast to how things could be in a better world.
We need nothing less than profound systemic change in our political, economic and social systems in order to have clean energy, and that must happen sooner than is comfortable for most of us.
But our discomfort and disease coming from an imperiled biosphere would be far worse.
We need a revolution, a peaceful transformation.
Its centerpiece should be a clean energy solution revolution that could restore sustainability and sensibility to the world.
remark: Ok, but a concept of vacuum zero point energy is rather radical. Cold fusion sounds more familiar.
We shall see that the pervasive use of carbon trading, biofuels, alternative hydrocarbons such as the tar sands of Alberta and oil shale of Utah, carbon sequestration at coal mines, the hydrogen economy, nuclear power, hybrid cars, air cars—even solar and wind--can only distract us from what we really need to do in the long run.
We shall see that these “solutions” are just smoke and mirrors in the well-publicized energy sideshow.
As journalist George Monbiot put it, the first way to keep from environmental and climate disaster would be to keep carbon (and uranium) in the ground. But then what?
My journalist-colleague Keith Lampe has well expressed a scenario for our future energy choices.
He suggests that existing “renewable” technologies such as solar and wind be implemented as first-generation energy, while we develop forthwith second-generation energy such as zero-point, cold fusion and advanced hydrogen technologies.
Both options, he feels, need equal time, whether it’s in Congressional hearings or in public discourse.
Looked at in this light, we can evolve an energy policy that makes sense, and could give us a much better chance to reverse climate change before it’s too late.
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