Thursday, February 13, 2014

Free Energy for the Skeptic

People are naturally skeptical when someone says, “Free energy devices have been around for over one hundred years that may be able to supply much or all of our energy needs.” Where are they then? Why can’t I just go buy one? These are obvious questions which you have to look a little more closely at to find the answers to.

Nikola Tesla
It has been said that Nikola Tesla was one of the inventors who is credited with beginning much of the free energy work we hear about today and that J P Morgan was his main investor. When Morgan began to realize that there was no way to charge for the power that was being generated on an ongoing basis that pretty much spelled the end of his interest in the work. Think about it. He could certainly make some money selling the devices but isn’t the real money made in the ongoing income from the consumption of the power generated. 
J P Morgan

Some have claimed that government agencies in collusion with special interest groups are still conspiring to suppress free energy technologies. While that may or may not be the case, the profit motive is a much easier explanation. Investors, companies, shareholders are naturally going to pursue the avenue that promises to maximize profits.

If anyone was actively standing in the way of the development of these energy technologies that would certainly be a crime especially considering the state of the world today with regard to energy. All of the wars and human suffering being caused by nations vying for control of the natural resources necessary to produce energy as it is generally understood today.

So what is free energy anyway? Well, one definition of free energy is, “the energy in a physical system that can be converted to do work." It is also defined as,” a device that taps an unconventional energy source not fully understood by and therefore not yet regarded as viable by the scientific community at large." Free energy has become a blanket definition for all of the technologies that seem to increase the efficiency of devices like motors and generators beyond the point presently recognized as possible by conventional science. 

It is easy for us to watch a sci-fi movie and believe that there is a day coming when we will look back on our technology today and laugh at its inefficiency but it seems hard for many to accept these changes in our technology as they arrive one by one especially those who benefit financially from things as they are now. 

These devices do exist and many of them are on file with the US patent office. I have heard that the government holds many of the patents to these devices so while they may not be developing them commercially any individual could certainly build them for their own use. Sky4Energy has put together blueprints and plans that you could follow to build these devices for yourself. Check out their brief proof of concept video here or subscribe to the free Energy Times newsletter to find out more.

"There is something within me that might be illusion as it is often case with young delighted people, but if I would be fortunate to achieve some of my ideals, it would be on the behalf of the whole of humanity."  
                                                                              - Nikola Tesla