The Energy Lie (Suppression Of Technological Evolution, The Evidence)

If a civilization truly wishes to consider itself civilized, it must embrace all technological and scientific advances. The suppression of any technological advance cannot be tolerated if we wish to be a civilization. We must ask ourselves if we are working for the benefit of all mankind, or working for the benefit of a few businessman and politicians.

The fact that we are unnecessarily poisoning our planet, our home, when there are numerous solutions, raises several questions as to why these technologies are being suppressed. The root of the problem is almost entirely one thing, greed. We as a society can no longer focus our entire efforts into what is profitable, because what is profitable is not always right, and what is right is not always profitable.

This documentary contains a 7-part movie covering various inventors and suppressed inventions such as, Nikola Tesla, Marco Rodin, Stan Meyers, Water powered cars (HHO gas) water, dirt, and air batteries, “kelvins thunderstorm”, Stirling engines, the “n-machine”, and several others, well worth watching, even if you know a lot about “free energy” you may learn something you didn’t know.

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13 Responses to "The Energy Lie (Suppression Of Technological Evolution, The Evidence)"

  1. Anon  February 24, 2012 at 7:52 pm

    You lost me on this one. I was all for what you guys have posted but this is rubbish. These guys have not rewritten science in their basements.

  2. Doreen  February 25, 2012 at 2:48 am

    Your grammatical errors in the description is as horrific as the ones at the end of this video. Cool science though.

  3. Bloubiboulga  February 25, 2012 at 5:45 pm

    This is pure disinformation. I’m convinced that research on new energies/alternative technologies are slowend by the oil lobbies. But this “documentary” is bullshit. Fight against lies with other lies is not the good way to do.

    • Max Mogren  March 6, 2012 at 11:56 pm

      You are misinformed. Magnetic field energy technology is legit. The basic concepts are so simple, that I can prove it to you with any handheld compass. Spin the compass any which way and the needle will always move back towards magnetic North.

      An object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by a FORCE, so there is obviously an outside force acting upon the compass needle. The force is the Earth’s Magnetic Field, which is astronomically powerful: magnetic energy machines harness that power much like a wind turbine harnesses the wind.

      Do your homework before commenting!

    • Alan  June 27, 2012 at 2:55 pm

      Max, take a sandwich and slide it off the table and it will return to the ground because it was acted on by the force of gravity. There is potential energy in the sandwich, just like the compass needle. Potential energy can be harnessed, but first it has to be created. Hydro power harnesses the potential energy of water at the top of a hill. But it took an equal amount of energy to put it up there–solar energy evaporated the water and got it “uphill”. lifting the sandwich up onto the table required energy, moving the needle in a compass from north to south also takes energy. So in the case of the earth’s magnetic field, yes there’s a force, there’s a gradient from one pole of the earth to the other, but the gradient from high to low potential energy is so incredibly low that it simply isn’t possible to harness it.

  4. Gahan Frost  February 25, 2012 at 9:51 pm

    Great stuff .. very interesting .. more like this ..

    • Red_Letterz  December 5, 2012 at 5:49 pm

      I don’t remember the last time I had to wind up my compass. The needle itself does not have potential energy but is in fact acted upon by the Earth’s magnetic Max said. if you scale up the power of the magnet at the same rate as it’s size it would be feasible.

  5. Zoarial  February 25, 2012 at 10:24 pm

    Even though a lot of this is somewhat questionable (lol), and i say that because of conservation of energy, i think it highlights that we must look into alternative energy solutions and devote a lot more resources to that cause than we a re today. Although things like zero point energy may well exist, its certainly far beyond our capabilities, but on the other side of the coin it wasnt that long ago that CERN may have disproved all of what we know to be true about our understanding of physics.

    All im saying is try not to be too critical about things, even when they may be painfully obvious like this, remember why you read this site, and remember that we have a lot of convincing to do in society still. Question everything, question authority, question yourself

  6. David Gordon  February 27, 2012 at 3:31 am

    Great job pulling this review of alternate energy sources together. Do attend the typos. As you can see, many will judge your validity on the thoroughness of your presentation.

    To the above naysayers: I don’t see any of this as questionable until you detractors above run the same experiment and find no result. That is the empirical method by which science or simple demonstrations are proven or disproven. It is not your preconceived notions and childhood experiences by which we will ascertain the amazing processes – some undiscovered and some repressed – extant on this earth. In each case there was an electrolyte and another substance which had differential – that says current. As demonstrated by these basement and backyard experimenters there is much more to be studied. These observations deserve review, not scorn.

    None of these presentations struck me as being disingenuous. No one would go to the efforts of experimentation and work demonstrated here just to face opprobrium and ridicule. Don’t knock it until you try it.

    • Bloubiboulga  February 28, 2012 at 7:27 pm

      Make any searches on e.g. Steorn, you will quickly see that they are not able, even by themselves, to proove/demonstrate that their own invention is able to work. Make the same search on “HHO gaz”, you will quickly find this is a scam. Conservation of energy is not even credible if you have any physics notions.And so on. This has nothing to do with preconceived notions, this has to do with to be critical. Even more, it is hard for me to imagine that even big environmental activist associations are not aware about all those “inventations”. You tell us thus to believe in everything they told in this documentary, without any demonstration, proof, and not criticize without experimenting by ourselves (wich is obviously not possible). One question, did you experiment only one of those alternative technologies by yourself before claiming this is the holly grail of the alternative energies? Be critical…

      Anyway, you’re free to believe this, but it is not my case, sorry. However, I agree with the idea that nuclear/oil/… lobbies don’t help (/slow) the development of new alternatives nor the setup of known alternatives.

  7. David Gordon  February 28, 2012 at 7:51 pm

    Thanks for your thoughts. I’m sure you have valid points.

    • David Gordon  February 28, 2012 at 7:58 pm

      And, I said nothing of a “holy grail” nor told anyone to believe “everything”. I said test and evaluate the concepts before discarding them.

  8. Sepp Fischer  March 26, 2012 at 4:50 am

    Regarding there’s more voltage in a potato or an apple than in your readings, unfortunately voltage alone does not count, try to draw some current from your minerals (not from the bottle) and you’ll see there’s no real power. And please don’t mix up eV and Volt – that only proves there’s a lack of science in these statements…


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