Sea of energy

Natural Inclusion tells us that all matter is energy and receptive space while Nikola Tesla describes us as living in a sea of energy; both views are consistent with our understanding of atoms and molecules bound together by energy. The possibility of free energy from all around us may seem fanciful to some but others are pursuing Tesla's ideas for free energy. The current political economy cannot attribute value to anything which is free; thus its potential remains hidden from view.

Nikola Tesla The Secret Movie - Unlimited Free Energy Forever
Encyclopedia Britannica lists Nikola Tesla as one of the top ten most fascinating people in history. Nikola Tesla was an electrical engineer who changed the world with the invention of the AC (alternating current) induction motor, making the universal transmission and distribution of electricity possible. So why is he virtually unknown to the general public?

Yesterday's Daily Pickings referred to "smart tech" and how it can be manipulated for nefarious purposes. Exploiting the potential for free energy would be really smart; then we wouldn't need "smart meters"


0 #2 Clive Menzies 2016-06-01 09:28
Hi Jimmy

Irrespective of Judy Woods' claims, the concept of harnessing the energy around us is not fiction, although I agree the means will entail "investment". That said, there's a world of difference between the one off cost of a piece of equipment and the revenue stream attached to depleting resources.

Depending on the technology required, and Tesla worked on many different ideas, energy would be ubiquitous like water. As we know, water is technically free but has been appropriated for private gain like many other commons. The point is that energy is another commons as are land and resources.
0 #1 James Walter 2016-06-01 05:26
Dr Judy wood appears at "Free Energy" conferences with her "Where did the towers go" and more. Some parts of the government(s) already have a weapon from the technology. It is their secret weapon, as 911 has shown.
I am still do not believe anything is free. You have to have the equipment and get it to where you want it. Coal, oil, gas, wind, waves are all "free". It is accessing them and getting them into usable form at the needed places that costs

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