Everyone should read this.
Definately an eye opener. Whether the majority of the content be true or hoax, it shows us the REAL interests of the people who are REALLY in charge.
Ok some of this stuff might be true but the one about the machine that produces more energy than it takes in is utter B.S. It defies the laws of thermodynamics which state that matter and energy cannot be created or destroyed. It is just as credible as saying a machine exists that creates matter out of nothing.
People read some more than the internet. Conspiracy theories only survive because they sound "hidden secret evil amazing", the difference with spam mail is that the "copy this to all your friends" is not existent.
wow this is crazy, more people need to see this
If only, the right people see this. And take action
Wow, these are awesome!
All of these are real, I have known about and studied 80% of these. I know little about cannabis being used to cure cancer though.
An article that cites Pons & Fleishmann, names more or less synonymous with sloppy science, as among the most suppressed inventors ever? Read a book.
This is what happens when you don't pay attention in science class.
Excuse me, but people would not be happy with the limited range of an electric car. But I'd love me a VW Lupo.
Maybe - MAYBE - three of these are real. The rest are bull honkey.
From the page: On his deathbed, Fermi admitted that he had faked viewings of ancient Greece and Christ's demise, but insisted the Chronovisor, which had by then vanished, still worked.
Oh, he INSISTED? I guess he was telling the truth!
what a crock of shit
1. Wrong. GM miscalculated a market entry. And they didn't want another company to steal their technology which may someday prove useful when the time is right.
2. Wrong. If this were true, every city would have created a "streetcar" program for GM to buy at a higher cost than it took to build.
3. Unlikely. If American's didn't want it, it would have been sold in another market (probably Europe).
4. Wrong. It isn't free. And it doesn't work.
5. I don't know enough about this.
6. These do exist but do not work as claimed. It costs more in electrical energy to split the Oxygen and Hydrogen atoms (via a process called electrolysis) than the resulting Oxygen and Hydrogen contain in a plasma state. Simply: Infeasible
7. Wrong. If the Vatican now possesses the Chronovisor couldn't they stop their priests from raping little boys ahead of time?
8. I don't know enough about this.
9. Very possible.
10. Wrong. These devices are never suppressed. They simply do not work.
11. Wrong. This isn't suppressed. It is ignored. Much like the Westboro baptist church. And for similar reasons.
12. Wrong. (See ITER)
13. I don't know enough about this.
14. I don't know enough about this.
15. Possible, but it is more likely that TENS simply didn't work. (See transcranial magnetic stimulation)
16. I don't know enough about this.
17. There is a man in England (whose name I cannot remember) that can build huge structures out of metal, wood and stone blocks that weigh tons using only his bare hands. It's a process of slowly wobbling things into place and using leverage to spin objects into their desired location. Same process is likely here. Nothing magical. Just time.