Rick Yi Posted over 2 years ago What do you say about Free Energy proposals from Nikola Tesla? History has several examples of technologies that were available and feasible but unattractive to policy-makers. If you invent gunpowder, the policy-makers of your country might regard it as a curiosity rather than a replacement for bows and arrows. If you invent an automatic horse-whipping machine (as was prototyped in ancient Rome) the policy-makers might regard it as a toy, not a replacement for a slave who can drive a cart. If you invent free energy, the policy-makers will probably do to you exactly what they did to Eugene Mallove. See also: http://thedailybell.com/3529/The-War-for-the-Internet-Has-Begun quote: Say, for instance, the elites wanted to promote global warming – in order to create a kind of "carbon currency" that they could control and trade at will. In order to do this, the elites would have to proclaim the threat, back it up with scientific studies and then legislate a response to the supposed threat. This is something that actually took place. The Anglosphere elites used their control of the scientific establishment to proclaim a phony hypothesis and then planted specially placed "scientists" at critical choke points to further control the dialogue. It turns out that it doesn't take very many people to control a given conversation or promote a certain campaign. In this case, by generating a cadre of global warming sycophants and putting them in charge of one of only a few "global warming" scientific journals, the elites could virtually create a scientific consensus where none existed. Once the elites had manufactured a phony global warming meme via "peer approved" articles in complaisant journals, the elite-controlled media was turned loose to trumpet the supposed findings. And once the articles were written, elite-controlled UN agencies created white papers from them that could be used as calls-for-action.