All Our Natural Resources Are Meant To Be Free

Life on Earth would be so different if we hadn’t put a price tag on our natural resources. It’s time to return to free sustainable energy, abandon dirty oil and gas, and clean up our messes.

Ah, there is so much to look forward to.

Ready For The US – GridEx II Black-out November 13-14, 2013?

 

A line of wooden power poles.

Our power grid is antiquated beyond its limits. We wouldn’t need programs like GridEx II if we used free-alternative energy.

Ready for GridEx II? GridEx II is a mock exercise to “rehearse” a crisis response in the event of a US power grid failure.

This sounds a bit like a sci-fi novel, doesn’t it? Or somebody’s nightmare …

I guess it is a good thing that “practice drills” like GridEx II are now recognized as a practical and preventative step in case the power grid goes off-line, but with that said, the time, effort, and money spent on this program could be channelled into much better ways of dealing with a power grid disaster.

And, GridEx II is open only to registered industry participants and federal stakeholders. No media or citizen observers will be allowed in the exercise supposedly “to ensure confidentiality and integrity of the scenario.”

Seriously? 

Old And Broken Down

The Earth with bricks falling around it.

Our energy grid today is old and broken down..

Today’s energy grids are antiquatedto say the LEASTWe need to abandon them, and start anew.

Above ground electric lines, oil and gas production, single-car families, dams and hydroelectric plants, and nuclear power plants have been used for far too long to power the masses. Modern power grids are well past their prime.

Instead of struggling to “preserve” out-of-date energy production, ALL global societies, particularly gluttonous Americans, need to get off the old grid and fire up more evolved systems – energy production that is more in synch with the free energy Nature provides the entire planet.

Energy For Profit

A black and white radioactive sign.

The radiation threat at Fukushima is a perfect example of how antiquated, and dangerous, our current system is.

Technically, all energy is free to everyone – or certainly should be. It’s logical to pay for the convenience, but NOT for the right to have it.

The costs of energy have become quite the business these days. Over time, energy for profit has created monopolies, and this is causing the “disasters” we must now plan for when the old grids go down.

So, GridEx II is a good program for dealing with the old and highly-susceptible grid, but moving off this grid into alternative and FREE energy is the next smart move.

Free Energy

Many of the “discoveries” below were never given the chance to be perfected on the market because their patents were bought up and silenced long before the public knew about them.

They may have some “kinks” to iron out, but once they become public domain, a new generation of inventors will surely mainstream their efficiency.

Radiant Energy

Nikola Tesla’s magnifying transmitter, T. Henry Moray’s radiant energy device, Edwin Gray’s EMA motor, and Paul Baumann’s Testatika machine all run on radiant energy. This natural energy form can be gathered directly from the environment or extracted from ordinary electricity by the method called fractionation. Radiant energy can perform the same wonders as ordinary electricity, at less than 1% of the cost.

The Methernitha Community in Switzerland currently has 5 or 6 working models of fuelless, self-running devices that tap this energy.

Permanent Magnets

Dr. Robert Adams (NZ) has developed astounding designs of electric motors, generators and heaters that run on permanent magnets. One such device draws 100 watts of electricity from the source, generates 100 watts to recharge the source, and produces over 140 BTU’s of heat in two minutes.

Dr. Tom Bearden (USA) has two working models of a permanent magnet powered electrical transformer. It uses a 6-watt electrical input to control the path of a magnetic field coming out of a permanent magnet. By channeling the magnetic field, first to one output coil and then to a second output coil, and by doing this repeatedly and rapidly in a “ping-pong” fashion, the device can produce a 96-watt electrical output with no moving parts. Bearden calls his device a Motionless Electromagnetic Generator, or MEG. Jean-Louis Naudin has duplicated Bearden’s device in France. It takes exactly the same amount of energy to spin the fan whether it is generating heat or not.

Cold Fusion

In March 1989, two chemists from the University of Utah (USA) announced that they had produced atomic fusion reactions in a simple tabletop device. The claims were “quickly debunked” within six months, and the public lost interest. Nevertheless, cold fusion is very real.

Not only has excess heat production been repeatedly documented, but also low energy atomic element transmutation has been catalogued, involving dozens of different reactions. This technology definitely can produce low cost energy and scores of other important industrial processes.

Implosion/Vortex

All major industrial engines use the release of heat to cause expansion and pressure to produce work, like in your car engine. Nature uses the opposite process of cooling to cause suction and vacuum to produce work, like in a tornado. Viktor Schauberger (Austria) was the first to build working models of implosion engines in the 1930’s and 1940’s.

Since that time, Callum Coats has published extensively on Schauberger’s work in his book Living Energies and subsequently, a number of researchers have built working models of implosion turbine engines. These are fuelless engines that produce mechanical work from energy accessed from a vacuum.

There are also much simpler designs that use vortex motions to tap a combination of gravity and centrifugal force to produce a continuous motion in fluids.

Super-Efficient Electrolysis

The implication here is that unlimited amounts of hydrogen fuel can be made to drive engines (like in your car) for the cost of water. Even more amazing is the fact that a special metal alloy was patented by Freedman (USA) in 1957 that spontaneously breaks water into hydrogen and oxygen with no outside electrical input and without causing any chemical changes in the metal itself. This means that this special metal alloy can make hydrogen from water for free, forever.

Water can be broken into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity. Standard chemistry books claim that this process requires more energy than can be recovered when the gases are recombined. This is true only under the worst case scenario. When water is hit with its own molecular resonant frequency, using a system developed by Stan Meyers (USA) and again recently by Xogen Power, Inc., it collapses into hydrogen and oxygen gas with very little electrical input. Also, using different electrolytes (additives that make the water conduct electricity better) improves the efficiency of the process dramatically.

Mechanical Heaters

There are two classes of machines that transform a small amount of mechanical energy into a large amount of heat. The best of these purely mechanical designs are the rotating cylinder systems designed by Frenette (USA) and Perkins (USA). In these machines, one cylinder is rotated within another cylinder with about an eighth of an inch of clearance between them. The space between the cylinders is filled with a liquid such as water or oil, and it is this “working fluid” that heats up as the inner cylinder spins. Another method uses magnets mounted on a wheel to produce large eddy currents in a plate of aluminum, causing the aluminum to heat up rapidly. These magnetic heaters have been demonstrated by Muller (Canada), Adams (NZ) and Reed (USA).

All of these systems can produce ten times more heat than standard methods using the same energy input.

Back To The Future

huge bolt of lightening.

Once we return to depending on natural energy, we will set ourselves free from human profit and control.

Why must have ONLY ONE form of energy today?

If one part of the grid goes down, another alternative grid can still be working. There’s a world of free energy out there. The key is to keep them ALL in the public domain!

Who’ll have the “power” then??

 

Power Failure In NYC Halts Trains

People packed in a train car.

Thousands of commuters at Grand Central Station in NYC try to figure out how to get home after a power outage.

It’s starting – the “grid” is failing and our big metro areas are unprepared for power failures and energy shut-downs.

It is time for Americans to stop wasting valuable time debating antiquated oil and gas technology like the Keystone XL pipeline, and to quit wasting time and money repairing broken-down electric grids.

How do we prepare for more power failures like this?

  • We start releasing the plethora of alternatives that are locked away in corporate vaults;
  • We take our energy grid away from the 1% ownership control;
  • We co-op the abundant and free energy the Earth provides everyone.

Pulling The Plug

Tens of thousands of commuters lost transportation between the Connecticut suburbs and New York City on September 25, 2013 when a mysterious power failure disabled one of the nation’s busiest commuter rail lines.

The one rail line serves over 125,000 passengers a day at 38 stations in 23 towns.

Typically, one electric cable failing will not disrupt train service because there are usually two cables powering the rail system. Interestingly, in this case, one cable had been put out of service on September 13 for a “system update.” That left one cable providing electricity.

And it happened to “go down.”

Coincidence?

A line of wooden power poles.

Our power grid is antiquated beyond its limits. It is time for free-alternative energy.

I, personally, do not believe in coincidence, but this is intriguing timing, don’t you think? This event can definitely serve a terrific purpose, though.

Look at the positive side:

  1. More people are working from home until the rail is fixed in another 2-3 weeks;
  2. This has created a much needed wake-up call for everyone;
  3. We now realize that our energy grid is antiquated;
  4. We can more clearly see that our money is wasted on maintaining a broken grid system;
  5. It is now obvious that alternative energy and free-market energy must be implemented;
  6. Events like this force you to re-prioritize your life;

Sometimes a kick in the backside is a good thing – it reminds you that you may be stuck in life ….. make some positive changes.

More To Come?

Power grid shut downs have only just begun. Whether it’s Mother Nature reminding us that humans are not in control, or some crafty politition making sure their XL pipeline vote gets passed – our system is broken, and going off the grid will continue to happen.

You can choose how to experience upcoming changes, and inconveniences. Just make the right choices for your health and safety and for the health and safety of our planet.

Hey, it was time to get off that old, broken down train, anyway.