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James Nicholson
« on: September 28, 2016, 12:48:34 am »

 ==== ====The “HoJo Motor” is the only device that produces “Free Energy” that has 3 U.S. Patents! ==== ====The world was young and wonderful when it took a wrong turn and embraced belching Model TFords. Entrepreneurs of the day sold the world on the combustion motor over steam and electric.And perhaps electromagnetic and vortex. Lurking in the background were Tesla and Keely offering free energy. They lived in parallel timesbut Tesla hated Keely's methods deeming them undisciplined. He never argued with Keelyotherwise and has been accused of plagiarizing Keely. This was a time when the aether was very much a part of science. The Aether instead of Ether,the anaesthetic, was considered to be the underlying force of universe, the very building blocks ofuniverse, like string theory and quantum mechanics, which respect the idea of the aether. An experiment performed in 1889 designed to detect the aether, failed. It was known as theMichelson Morley experiment and since that time till Einstein, the aether became mythical. In1927, Einstein said, there must be an aether, whichre-ignited quantum thinking and Tesla's proclamation that he could provide the world with freeenergy, a process halted by JP Morgan who, with Westinghouse and Edison, were alreadycharging for electricity. Tapping the aether for power has been a holy grail since, at least in modern historical times,Bessler's perpetual motion machine. And debate of its perpetuality always asks where the energycomes from. Which means it's not perpetual. The energy comes from somewhere. The great Free Energy site, leads to much that is current in free energy,including links to 20 free energy machines running today. Six in Switzerland alone. As you can imagine, the very thought of free energy to the oil industry sent shudders of amagnitude that thundered through any opposition and for the most part, shut it down. The backlash of oil to free energy was fierce. Think of all those urban legends about getting 200miles to the gallon, a process that included a mighty misting of water vapor. These types ofinventions were only heard of but never hit the market. True free energy is as it always has been. The theory of an underlying force that creates gravityand light and space and motion and time has been known since ancient times. Free energy is a force to be used for gravity control and just about everything else. Names suchas Bedini and Bearden both claim working models of free energy machines. A company calledLutec in Australia claims a working model but is stalled in production. But they do claim a working
model as do others around the world. Tesla's idea was to stimulate the planet itself, shoot it full of electricity so that wherever you are onthe planet, just drive a steel rod into the ground and you have power. Fascinating and dangerous. Today's thinking is more along the lines of tapping energy from that wonderful 90% of everythingin the universe that we don't know about. They call it dark matter which could easily be connectedto what they called aether or the underlying force of everything. Free energy and gravity control travel hand in hand and maybe we can go back to setting off hugerockets for celebration. Putting a man on the end of one is akin to being tied to a speeding bullet. We are becoming aware that rockets, though romantic, will never get us to the stars. We mustrethink our propulsive force and tap into the abundant energy that exists everywhere in theuniverse. The thinking isn't new and while rockets took man to the moon and robots to mars, scientists todayare realigning their focus in the realization that we need something better. Free energy may be free but it won't be cheap. Construction of new machines built around thisfuel-less propulstion system is required to replace our combustion engines and rockets. As our focus continues on the acquisition of more and scarcer new oil supplies, this emergingtechnology will show its elegance over the former system with no belching flames or noxiousgases and no fuel or re-fuel required ever again. James B. Nicholson   Article Source: