Since you decided to respond in a positive and open minded
fashion, I'll address your questions in a similar vein. I apologize for
being so harsh with you in my previous e-mails, but I had assumed that you
were a skeptic of the usual 'debunking' variety, a breed with whom I have
little patience (I'll explain a bit later why I feel that way). However,
I also had another motive for pricking you: I wanted to see how you would
react. If you came back with expletives and anger, it would have confirmed
my suspicions, but since you came back with sincere inquiry, I'm willing
to invest the time to explain my position.
Let's begin by examining your first e-mail, which consisted
of four paragraphs. While your first paragraph expressed a positive interest
for more investigation into the Joe
cell, your remaining three paragraphs were devoted to skepticism and
criticism of my article. If I was a person who knew nothing about the Joe
Cell, or of ether physics, or the topic of free energy, and had only read
your e-mail, then I think I would come to the conclusion that the Ken Adachi
article wasn't worth reading as it was overly laden with 'denigrating personal
references...of those who are skeptical' and 'secretiveness' among other
charges (By the way, most of the statements that you made in these three
paragraphs are filled with implied assumptions and presumptions -undoubtedly
inculcated from your school days- which are flat-out mistaken; your reverence
for skepticism is one of them).
Here is your second paragraph:
Information in the media stream, (including the article
by Ken Adachi ), that will attract meaningful attention must not contain
in its body any denigrating personal references to the character of those
who are skeptical. Such content is an immediate put-off to those who would
likely do the most to advance the cause of genuine development and utilization
of such a claim of alternative energy technology.
If we lived in a balanced world where science and scientists,
academic institutions, the government, etc. were TRULY interested in the
pursuit of truth and the advancement of knowledge to benefit humanity, then
there would be an appropriate place for intelligent skepticism,
or better yet, a view towards prudent and thorough inquiry
and investigation. But that's not the sort of world we live in. We live
in a country where the free pursuit of scientific knowledge, especially
in schools, has been undermined, subverted, and channeled into a narrow
band of accepted 'norms' centered on the Einstein model of the universe.
This was not an accidental development. It was intentionally set into motion
and ushered into being by the Fabian Society of England beginning near the
turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. By the middle of the 20th century,
the Fabianists had infiltrated and co-opted every major institution of higher
learning in America to promote only the Einsteinian mechanical, chemical
view of a dead universe- devoid of spirit and the Aether.
Whenever we touch on the topic of science in America (or the
western world for that matter), skepticism is "King". The vast
majority of 'professionals' of science, whether they work in a
laboratory or teach in the classroom, or pontificate from their easy chairs,
will automatically exhibit a knee jerk critical response to new
inventions, new information, or new ideas and will automatically
accuse the inventor of deceit or quackery unless that inventor can demonstrate
'double blind', 'reproducible', laboratory environment 'proof' employing
the skeptic's instrumentation, the skeptic's accepted theories, the skeptic's
"laws" of science, the 'peer review' of similar minded skeptics,
and their world view paradigms. Anyone who dares not genuflect deeply before
any of these altars, will soon encounter a wall of scorn from Establishment
science. That's not science Peter, that's religion.
You are 180 degrees out of phase with reality when you say
that my analysis of the destructive role of skeptics is a 'an immediate
put-off to those who would likely do the most to advance the cause of genuine
development...'. Nonsense. Skeptics have never caused the advancement
of anything- except maybe the girth of their bloated egos.
The truth is just the opposite: conventional science skeptics
have done more harm than any group to destroy the enthusiasm and initiative
of real inventors and genuine scientists who stumbled upon something of
value in their basement workshops only to be met with establishment jeers
when he attempts to explain his invention in order to secure development
funding. The handful of non establishment inventors who do manage
to secure funding in the beginning at least, will soon have the money rug
(or their life) pulled out from under them when the Big Boys get wind of
the project. This has happened repeatedly throughout the 20th century: Edwin
Gray, Antoine Priore, Stanley Meyers, Viktor Schauberger, Thomas Moray,
John Hutchinson, Philo Farnsworth, Harry Perrigo, John Searle, Nikola Tesla,
...the list goes on and on and on.
New inventions which can clearly demonstrate a new
phenomena of energy (like the Joe cell) should be greeted with wonder and
delight, not skepticism or derision simply because the establishment knuckleheads
(or the inventor!) cannot adequately explain the theory of its
operation. The theory of why it works is not important when compared to
the fact that the damn thing works!!!
Why anyone in their right mind would stop dead in their tracks
and tie themselves in knots arguing about the theory of operation-when the
device is free wheeling right there on the bench, happy as a clam- is beyond
me. Yet that's exactly what happens when you allow the sacred cow of skepticism
to dominate the parade and just sit there in the middle of the road.
In your third paragraph, you said:
Another difficulty is the unapologetically anonymous
nature of the origin of the primary work. Those who wish to remain apart
from the impact of notoriety can interpose intermediaries or mechanisms
to buffer ridicule or invasive attention easily enough without resorting
to "mystery-man" tactics. Secretiveness raises red flags immediately
and serves only to put many of the public, scientific and industrial community
on the defensive at best. More commonly, I suspect those who would generate
concurring testimony are induced to dismiss claims from secretive or mysterious
sources as being "crack-pot" or not worth the time and energy
it takes to ferret out the truth behind a claim.
Here is where your naivety really takes center stage. It's
hard to imagine that an adult living in the year 2004 could actually say
such things with a straight face, but apparently you believe it, so I'll
tell you 'The Rest of the Story'.
The government has its surveillance tentacles imbedded in
every square inch of this planet. It is not possible to produce a
significant anomalous energy output or build a device that extracts substantial
free energy from the ether or build an antigravity device, or make anything
that would revolutionize our present dependence on electric companies, oil
companies, etc. and avoid government detection. Your notion that such an
inventor can 'easily' avoid 'invasive attention' is precious beyond words.
Government or Illuminati goons will usually visit the intrepid inventor
long before the public hears of his work and have a little 'talk' with him.
The 'talk' goes something like this:
"Check with us first before you go public with anything.
If we approve, you can do something on a small scale just as long as the
technology is not easy to copy and the application is limited. If you
have something that we want, we will take it from you , we will not pay
you for it, and we will forbid you from talking about it, unless you want
to be imprisoned (or killed) for breach of national security."
In earlier decades in America, the Illuminati might send
in ringers posing as collaborators or assistants and sabotage the equipment
beyond repair (Moray), or get their government stooges to put the inventor
in jail on fraud charges for 'deceiving' investors with a car that 'couldn't
possibly run on (radiant) free electricity' when it was conveniently arranged
for newspaper reporters (and photographers) to be present when Harry Perrigo
was 'exposed' while demonstrating his car for investors in the early 1930's.
One of the 'reporters' tore the backing off the front seat of the car while
Perrigo went into his house to get something and exposed a bank of 3 or
4 small, lead acid batteries. The batteries weren't big enough to power
an electric bicycle, let alone propel a car at 80 miles an hour for hours
on end (as demonstrated by Perrigo), yet this was all the 'proof' that that
DA needed to convict poor old Harry. One can only imagine the genuine look
of astonishment on Perrigo's face when these planted batteries
In the case of Joe, he never sought publicity or profit from
his invention. The 5.5 hours of video tape showing Joe in the shop and on
the road using the Joe cell, talking about how it works, etc. were shot
by amateurs. The Joe video tapes cover a a period of five years, from 1993
to 1997. The man never attempted to sell anything, not even the video tapes.
Joe's humility and altruism, and the fact that he lived in sparsely populated
Australia, is probably why the tapes were able to get into circulation before
the Illuminati goons had a chance to pay Joe the obligatory 'visit' (which
did occur shortly after the video tapes went public in 1998). Following
the 'visit', Joe went into hiding for nearly a year. He was worried that
his family would be harmed. The goons had stripped his shop bare to the
walls: tools, cells, equipment, etc... everything.
You last paragrapgh states:
The above two points reveal my approach to the human
condition as an organic life form with altruistic capabilities on a physical
planet: We are here and can do what we want, but it doesn't seem to further
our situation if we choose to interact in such a way that we set up obstacles
in each others' way which demand some of us to suspend an effort toward
intelligent investigation, shared experience and communication. Indeed,
to introduce a new idea in such a counterproductive manner, regardless
of the facts behind the claim or idea, serves to demonstrate and further
other capabilities of the human condition such as a desire for attention,
self-delusion, greed, or a wish for power and control over others.
Here again, you're spinning your wheels. These are high
minded words that sounds nice, but they have nothing to do with reality.
You don't seem to realize who the real players are behind the scenes.
You talk about obstacles that 'we' set up to thwart communication, etc.
How foolish can you be? You've accepted the cover story that everything
is on the up and up; that scientific investigation is open and honest, and
that anyone who develops a free energy device or any revolutionary invention
for that matter is going to be able to patent it, bring it to market, promote
it, etc. That's not reality.
First, the military/industrial complex and the so called secret
government have been hoarding (and keeping secret from the public) all of
the real inventions of merit for the best part of the 20th century. They
simply steal the technology from inventors who are not under their control.
It the guy balks too much, he's either intimidated, or abducted and placed
under mind control or he's killed. Any patent application that is submitted
to the US Patent Office is FIRST reviewed by the military and if they see
anything that even borders on advanced technology, they will take it from
you and threaten you not to talk about it or even work on it.
Some bright scientists/inventors are willing to work for
them, some are co-opted, and some are placed under mind control. The government
has been seeking out bright children for decades and have often programmed
those kids under mind control to serve their agenda. This is the real purpose
behind the personality assessment tests that were developed in the late
40's and early 50's. Every SAT score for every child in this nation is reviewed
by government computers and those with advanced minds are monitored and
and targeted for induction into government service.
When you add on the advanced technology that was obtained
from extraterrestrials through treaty arrangements, the secret government
and their Illuminati pals have technologies that are roughly 100 years
in advance of anything that the public is being told about. The world
could have been enjoying unlimited free electricity and free telephone communications
since 1910 with the building of Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter at Wardencliff
on Long Island. The system worked perfectly. All of the experimental bugs
were solved in the 1890's when Tesla spent a year at Colorado Springs, Colorado.
We could have been free of oil dependence even before we became
oil dependent. The government has equipment that can reverse any disease
condition, can reverse aging, can neutralize any radioactive substance,
can travel in antigravity spaceships, and can transport a man in time or
space to any location in the universe or on earth. We have particle beam
weapons that are powerful enough to blow a hole clear through a small moon!
And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
I hope you can now understand why I accused you of wallowing
in naivety in my initial response to you. The only way that someone can
make free energy inventions known to the public, and allow the public to
take advantage of the knowledge, is to GIVE AWAY the information freely
and try to keep your identity secret so the goons won't come after you.
If you try to patent it and market it, you will be taken down. A recent
casualty was the Lutec free energy device out of New Zealand. There was
a big publicity splash a couple of years ago, radio shows etc., and then
NOTHING. And that's what always happens whenever naive people
cling to the illusions they've been conditioned to believe-NOTHING
I'll send another e-mail with info about the Joe cell.
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