Fracking causes Fraccidents & Death
The United States and other countries are in the midst of an unprecedented oil and gas drilling rush, brought on by a controversial technology called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. Along with this fracking-enabled rush have come many troubling reports of poisoned drinking water, polluted air, mysterious animal deaths, industrial disasters and explosions. We call them Fraccidents.
For example, fracking causes tap water to be set alight.
The sad fact is that there is no energy shortage and has not been since the early 1943. There is just a lack of integrity from the mega rich oligarchs who wish to maintain control through fossil fuels. We have had the knowledge of how to have unlimited supplies of clean energy ever since 1943 when Nikola Tesla, who gave us A.C. electricity as well as many other inventions, had an appointment with Franklin Roosevelt, to explain to him how a house could get free energy forever from a stick in the ground that connected to what is called the ether – a mysterious invisible energy that fills empty space. Unfortunately for all of us and the earth, he Tesla was murdered before the meeting.
“Electric power is everywhere, present in unlimited quantities and can drive the world’s machinery without the need of coal, oil, gas or any other fuels. “
Colorado Springs, International Tesla Symposium,
—The man sitting next to me was in tears, shaking with quiet hiccupping sobs as if trying to be unobtrusive. He was rotund and wore thick glasses, but otherwise there was little to distinguish his appearance from that of two hundred other electrical engineers and other Tesla fans in the convention hall, still attentive to the scientist who had addressed them so eloquently and was leaving the podium.
It was not difficult to figure out why the man beside me was moved emotionally. The guest speaker, astrophysicist Adam Trombly, seemed to have choreographed his talk to lead to the moment. First he warmed up his audience by praising their hero. He reminded them that Nikola Tesla was the turn-of-the-century genius who fathered alternating current technologies, radar, fluorescent tubes, and bladeless turbines. Tesla also presented the first viable arguments for robots, rockets, and particle beams.
If society had followed up on the inventions Nikola Tesla envisioned at the turn of the century as he rode in a carriage near what is now this hotel, said Trombly, “we wouldn’t have a fossil-fuel economy today. And J. P. Morgan, Rockefeller and a number of others wouldn’t have amassed extraordinary fortunes on the basis of that fossil fuel economy.”
FREE ENERGY FROM THE “VACUUM” OF SPACE
Trombly added that if Tesla’s vision had prevailed, we would be dipping into a clean and abundant energy, like taking water from the well of space.
After all, the theoretical basis for vacuum energy is now part of the physics literature:
. . . Not just in the literature of the fringe; it’s been in Physical Review since 1975, Review of Modern Physics since 1962, and in European physics literature since the early 50s. Harold Puthoff in his May 1987 article in Physical Review D pointed out that in order for the hydrogen atom in its ground state not to collapse, it had to be absorbing energy from the vacuum.
The astrophysicist saw this scientific work as further vindication of Tesla. Trombly said that in the nineteenth century Tesla prophesied that people would someday hook their machinery up to “the very wheelworks of nature”—the energy of vacuum space.
Trombly said, “because we have embraced this [Big Bang] cosmology for the last couple of decades, we have some real problems.”
In contrast, Trombly said, a more advanced cosmology sees everything as a modification of an energy-rich background field. This field has a potential energy equivalence, in grams, of 10-to-the-94th power grams per cubic centimeter. The human body, in comparison, has a gram equivalent of only about one gram per cubic centimeter.
That means that the background energy is 10 (with 94 zeros after the ten) times more energy-rich than our physical bodies.
THE PLAN: TELL ROOSEVELT
Trombly continued, “Why not invent a pocket size device which could tap a kilowatt of this space energy? It could “just kind of scrape the surface, ever so slightly” of this gigantic supply of energy.
“That’s what Nikola Tesla was scheduled to tell Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1943. In 1943 he proposed to FDR that perhaps we should look carefully at the fact that we can get all the energy we need from any space we happen to be in.
“He didn’t show up for the meeting; he was found dead in his apartment— ‘natural causes.'”
Upon Tesla’s death on January 7th, 1943, the U.S. government moved into his lab and apartment confiscating all of his scientific research, and to this day none of this research has been made public.
More information – Eric Dollard has done a great job recreating the knowledge of Tesla. http://ericpdollard.com/
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