Both zero point energy (for electrical generation) and antigravitic propulsion (for power and transportation) technologies currently sit locked up in the black budget vaults of the corporate, overmilitarized, (inter) national security obsessed state complex.
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Here are the five reforms he can implement in service to the President with results well in time to impact on the 2020 election:
A car company in Central China has claimed that it has built a hydrogen powered vehicle that’s capable of traveling up to 500km using only water as power, according to the South China Morning Post.
The vehicle was made by Qingnian Cars in Henan province and made its first drive on Wednesday of last week when local Communist Party chiefs visited the plant. The vehicle has reportedly not been tested over longer distances, but Ping Qingnian, the company’s CEO, said that it could go 300 to 500km using 300 to 400 liters of water as fuel.
Qingnian said: “The cost [of research and development] is a trade secret that I cannot reveal. We achieved this at a low cost, this is our company’s technology.”
By Croissy Vercelle
The question that I would like to discuss, that obsesses me night and day and that has coloured my life with my family for months now is: How do I stop the “smart” meter rollout – at my door, before it enters my home? — and how do I stop 5G, on my street and over my head, from the skies above?
Howard Jonas is the owner of IDT Corp./Genie Energy and is friends with Jared Kushner’s father, Charles Kushner.
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When you think in terms of the energy industy alone, the events of 2011 start to make a lot of sense. On the one hand you have the Fukushima incident which forced a shut down to Japan’s nuclear power and greatly increased reliance on imported natural gas. (mostly from Qatar). On the other hand you have the “uprising” in Syria which was well-noted to be deeply related to competing proposals for natural gas pipelines. (Qatar/Saudi on the one side and Iran on the other)
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Thanks to continuously declining costs, a hybrid renewable electricity generation system that combines wind, solar, and storage could become competitive with the cheapest fossil fuel electricity in the United States—combined-cycle natural gas generation, an MIT professor suggests.
John Deutch, an Institute Professor at MIT, has recently presented a study, ‘Demonstrating Near Carbon Free Electricity Generation from Renewables and Storage’, at an energy seminar at Stanford University.
A few of the many corporations involved include Samsung, Intel, Qualcomm, Nokia, Huawei, Ericsson, ZTE. This is a global operation, and many governments are backing the push.
AND WITH THE INTERNET OF THINGS, THE TECHNOCRATIC ELITE WILL BE ABLE TO INSTALL ENERGY-USE QUOTAS AND CEILINGS FOR EVERY PERSON AND EXERT TOP-DOWN CONTROL ON THE PLANET.