Power Too Cheap for Metering
October 31, 2011 in Future
Free energy has been a topic on this website for the past several weeks. Merlinda Pillsbury Arnold wrote about it when she saw amazing lights surrounding her during the night of the fall equinox. I wrote several articles that provided scientific evidence of how the technology for virtually free energy is already here. In addition, I speculated that, since the purest form of energy is love, it is possible that when our society learns to love, the technology will not be necessary because love will provide all of the energy that is needed for everything.
Until we learn to love purely, I think a peaceful response is to track the technological progress that allows us to do more with less. This article is about that.
There is a new technology that, according to this article by Mark Gibbs on the Forbes website, produces power too cheap for metering. Called E-Cat, this energy could create a world where:
- We replace petroleum products with motive energy using steam engines or Stirling engines. We would be able to drive, fly, and ship across the country for pennies.
- Gasoline prices would drastically decrease and petroleum would primarily be needed as the raw ingredient for plastics. This would make the United States self-sufficient for oil.
- An E-Cat system could power your house or office making existing utilities systems obsolete.
- The cost of manufacturing would fall very quickly
The impact on the shipping, transportation, oil, utility, and manufacturing industries would be massive. The reduction of the world’s dependence on oil would transform entire societies and governments. The decrease in the cost of manufacturing would reduce the cost of living worldwide.
The energy system, developed by Andrea Rossi from Bologna, Italy was tested for a prominent and secret customer on October 28, 2011. The reports indicate the customer was pleased enough to invest in the system. He purchased it and took it with him, giving Rossi enough funds to continue his work for the next two years.
The remaining question is how long it will be until this innovative and inexpensive energy is available to the general public. Obviously, development will take time. In addition, inventors are encouraged, even paid, to keep these things hidden. If they don’t comply, they have been known to disappear so that is a possibility.
For me, the prospect of a technology that allows us to do more with less indicates that our world is moving closer to understanding the pure energy associated with love. This is encouraging. It represents progress.
I’ll keep reporting on this story for you. In the meantime, I suggest we all continue to tap into the pure energy that we call love.