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Why are plants like those used at Fukushima in use? They are in use because of… you guessed it… statism. This is dated technology from an era where the mass murderers in charge wanted a dual use nuclear program for weapons and power.
Using the “free energy” of the sun to cook a vegetable soup.
It was a hot July day, where the temperature was around 100 degrees Fahrenheit. We decided to cook a vegetable soup with the hot July sun and our “global sun oven”.
The soup was cooked in stages, between 11AM and 4PM. We started by throwing in some coconut oil, onion and garlic, then added the japanese sweet potato later, then the broccoli and carrots, then finishing up with the coconut milk, water, herbs and spices.
“Looked at but cannot be seen – it is beyond form;
Listened to but cannot be heard – it is beyond sound;
Grasped at but cannot be touched – it is beyond reach;
These depthless things evade definition,
And blend into a single mystery.
In its rising there is no light,
In its falling there is no darkness,
A continuous thread beyond description,
Lining what can not exist,
Its form formless,
Its image nothing,
Its name mystery,
Meet it, it has no face,
Follow it, it has no back.
Understand the past, but attend the present;
In this way you know the continuity of Tao,
Which is its essence.”
–Lao Tzu (Tao Te Ching – Peter Merel’s Interpolation)
Back in 2006, Lindsey Williams addressed the Q2 conference in Cancun, Mexico, regarding a variety of important matters. He discussed the so-called “energy crisis”, the coming hyper-inflation, and the methods by-which the wealthy control the financial system.
He started by discussing his book The Energy Non-Crisis, a book that he wrote, based upon his experiences as chaplain on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline.
During his time in Alaska, Lindsey Williams learned that there is a massive supply of oil at Prudhoe Bay, on the North Slope of Alaska. Enough oil to drop the price of gasoline at the gas pump significantly.
Williams also learned that the Government of the United States refused to allow this oil to enter the markets, when it learned of the Prudhoe Bay find.
Pumping the oil out of the North Slope was banned because, if the USA had cheap and plentiful oil, the oil producing nations would no-longer have a reason to purchase US treasury securities. Also it would lower the profit margin for the oil cartels.
Cheap oil would cause the US Dollar to quickly collapse, since the ties between the united States of America and these nations would effectively be severed. This will happen anyways, however, since wall-street has effectively lost its strangle-hold on the oil market, with the waning of the petro-dollar and the rise of the petro-euro.
During his speech, back in 2006, he predicted oil at over $130/bbl and gold at $1000, both of which we are seeing today. Indeed, Lindsey Williams has demonstrated, time and again, that his information is valid and credible.
A great deal can be learned from this man’s books and lectures. Here is the Q2 lecture for your own enlightenment. See the Lindsey Williams tag for more of the information posted on this site.
As the price of gasoline at the pump passes four dollars, the myth of peak oil seems more real than ever. An empirical look at the reality of the situation, however, shows that the opposite is actually true. We are in a period of record oil availability, yet the price of crude increases endlessly.
For those of you who haven’t figured it out already, what we are witnessing here is a Malthusian effort to reduce the human population of earth and steal wealth from the lower castes. Higher oil prices are an easy way of starving people and killing off “undesirables.”
Lindsey Williams is one of the researchers who really enhanced my understanding. His book, “The Energy Non-Crisis” is an excellent expose of our situation. Here are some excerpts:
Peak Oil Hoax – The Energy Non-Crisis
By Lindsey Williams
The following are small excerpts from chapters in Mr. Willims book ‘The Energy Non-Crisis’
CHAPTER 1 – The Great Oil Deception … There is no true energy crisis. There never has been an energy crisis . . . except as it has been produced by the Federal government for the purpose of controlling the American people. …
CHAPTER 3 – Shut Down That Pipeline … My friend answered, “Well, Brother Lindsey, that’s one of the major cross-country pipelines carrying crude oil from the West to the East.” “Ah,” I answered, “That’s rather interesting. I’ve heard there’s a possibility of an energy crisis. I’m sure glad those pumps are running full speed ahead.” … That was in 1972. You will remember that 1973 was the first time we were told there was really an energy crisis. The East Coast was used as a test for that energy crisis, and there were long lines of people waiting, burning fuel while they waited in line for gas they couldn’t get. … Well, the man finally recognized that I was getting a little bit indignant and he said, “well, mister, if you really want to know the truth, the truth is the Federal government has ordered us to close this pipeline down.” The old Westerner went on and told how he stood up to the boss man, “Why man, I can hardly believe that. After all, we’ve got an energy crisis.” The boss man answered him, “Sir, we’re closing it down because we’ve been ordered to.” … (more…)
If the U.S. makes a massive switch from coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear power plants to solar power plants, it is possible that 69 percent of the U.S.’s electricity and 35 percent of its total energy could be solar-powered by 2050.
This would require the creation of a vast region of photovoltaic cells in the Southwest. It could operate at night as well as during the day; excess daytime energy can be used to compress air stored in underground caverns, which would be used as an energy source during nighttime hours.
In order to work, the plan would also need a new direct-current power transmission system to deliver solar electricity across the country, and would require $420 billion in subsidies from 2011 to 2050.
However, despite the fact that many are skeptical about our ability to produce photovoltaic cells and modules that can provide electricity at a low enough cost to be truly competitive, I personally believe we’ll get there. And probably A LOT sooner than projected.
For example, Nanosolar has already been able to reduce the cost of production by 90 percent, slashing the cost from $3 per watt to 30 cents per watt. They won the Popular Science Innovation of 2007 award for their paint-layer-thin solar coating, which is in production as of 2008. (more…)
There is as much crude oil on the North Slope of Alaska as there is in Saudi Arabia. The governor of Alaska stated on the Bill Maher TV show, “Real Time,” on March 18 2005, “There is potentially enough crude oil on the North Slope of Alaska to supply the entire united States of America for 200 years.”~Lindsey Williams
Peak oil is a a lie; it is an idea perpetrated by powerful institutions, for the purpose of deceiving the public. If only the U.S. government would allow crude to flow out of the Northern Slope, gasoline at the gas pump could be less than 1.50 a gallon, in less than one year.
There is no true energy crisis. There never has been an energy crisis . . . except as it has been produced by the Federal government for the purpose of controlling the American people. That’s a rather dramatic statement. to make, isn’t it? But you see, at one time I too thought there was an energy crisis. After all, that was what I had been told by the news media and by the Federal government. I thought we were running out of crude oil and natural gas. Then I heard, I saw, and I experienced what I am about to write. I soon came to realize that there is no energy crisis. There is no need for America to go cold or for gas to be rationed. We shall verify these statements as we provide the facts for you. You might be surprised to find that we will also show why the price of gas will remain high, and in fact will go higher than it is now.
You’ve read about the controversy. You’ve heard the statements, the claims, the counterclaims. You’ve read about the problems of environmental protection, such as the need to protect birds whose species are becoming extinct. What you haven’t heard is that $2 million dollars was spent to go around the nest of one species. On your property, you’d have moved the nest—not so on the Alaska Pipeline. Not true? Questionable? We’ll give you the facts. (more…)