Where’d they go? Something else that needs a bit more research.
Gas prices are now coming down and there is a lawsuit out there pending concerning collusion and possible price gouging. The problem isn’t necessarily the fact that we are “addicted” to foreign oil, the problem is that we are living within a dangerous paradigm of control where those that control the flow of oil form an elite class at the top of the pyramid of all societies. That is, the part at the top right beneath the international banking cartels.
Yet, the spirit of innovation – even in today’s drastically dumbed down America – lives on. There are those who are pushing for innovation and are looking for alternatives. These individuals need to be supported and celebrated – and protected. Surely, there are forces that wish to preserve the current system of things and will stop at nothing to do so. That brings us to our first story – Stan Meyer.
Watch this documentary on Stan Meyer’s work.
Stan Meyer seems to be the main catalyst behind this.
Stan Meyer died suddenly in 1998 after sipping on a drink at a restaurant. Conspiracy theories abound and point to those interests who would benefit from his death and the suppression of his technological developments.
The fact is, Meyer was able to find an efficient way to harvest hydrogen from water. There are patents on his inventions, but since his death 10 years ago there seems to have been little movement in this regard. His brother continues his work but it isn’t the same. You can download his notes via a .zip file here.
Then there is this – a couple of interesting break throughs from one man: John Kanzius.