FREE ENERGY IS ALL AROUND US – WHY USE FOSSIL FUELS ?
"Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by power obtainable at any point in the universe. It is a mere question of time when men will succeed in attaching their machinery to the very wheelwork of nature." - Nikola Tesla, Inventor of the Alternating Current Motor.
Teslar, Edison, Westinghouse – names synonymous with the age of electricity – had envisaged plugging in to the free energy of the universe back in the nineteenth century. Their then seemingly miraculous inventions - the stuff of dreams in their day – laid the foundations for the present communications age.
The equally astounding concept of ‘free energy’ is that harnessing of the ‘wheelwork of nature’, and is already underway, and will replace the era of oil wars, energy price manipulation, global warming climate change and economic collapse from depletion of non- renewable energy resources.
The ambient energy of the sun, wind, waves and wind - the ground beneath our feet and in the air and water – is as free as the air we breath. The science has been known for centuries and the technologies for its harnessing are now economically available and increasingly being employed in every sphere of life.
Though there are costs involved in producing the devices to access the free energy they will make dramatically raise the quality of life for everyone very inexpensively.
The least heralded devices are in fact not for the production of energy, but for the conservation and storage of otherwise wasted energy – thermal insulation, heat pump energy capture and recycling and electrical energy capture and storage.
On top of these though are the breakthroughs in cold fusion and over unity hydrogen generation and several technologies which currently are as revolutionary as alternating electrical current was before Teslar conceived it – Andrea Rossi’s energy catalyser – Endless Electrical Field Generation – PlasmERG’s Noble Gas Engine – Power from CO2 and fly ash (recycling previously waste and harmful byproducts of burning fossil fuels) – Deflaion’s cold fusion - and hydrogen from water for internal combustion, heating and industrial processes.
Whilst the fossil fuel industries resist the development of these free energy technologies, rejoicing in the prospect of their profits from fracked gas and oil, they cannot compete with the benefits of the free energy of the future.