While participating in the discussion in Fred's recent forum about free energy technology, I was reading the book, "Disclosure" by Dr. Steven Greer. I had not yet read the brief summary at the beginning of the book because I went straight to table of contents and then straight to one of my present day heroes, Dr. Edgar Mitchell's testimony.
I went back to the brief summary lately and talk about appropriate for the free energy discussion! Here is that brief summary found on page 13 through half of 17. Decide for yourselves.....
Implications for the Environment, World Peace,
World Poverty, and the Human Future
A Brief Summary
For most people, the question of whether or not we are alone in the universe is a mere philosophical musing - something of academic interest but of no practical importance. Even evidence that we are currently being visited by non-human advanced life forms seems to many to be an irrelevancy in a world of global warming, crushing poverty and the threat of war. In the face of real challenges to the long-term human future, the question of UFOs, extraterrestrials, and secret government projects is a mere side-show, right? Wrong! Catastrophically wrong.
The evidence and testimony presented in the following (in the book Disclosure) establishes the following:
+ That we are indeed being visited by advanced extraterrestrial civilizations and have been for some time.
+ That this is the most classified, compartmentalized program within the US and many other countries.
+ That those projects have, as warned in 1961 by President Eisenhower, escaped legal oversight and control in the US, UK, and elsewhere.
+ That advanced spacecraft of extraterrestrial origin, called extraterrestrial vehicles (ETVs) by some intelligence agencies have been downed, retrieved and studied since at least 1940’s and possibly as early as the 1930’s.
+ That significant technological breakthroughs in energy generation and propulsion have resulted from the study of these objects (and from related human innovations dating as far back as the time of Nicola Tesla) and that these technologies utilize a new physics not requiring the burning of fossil fuels or ionizing radiation to generate unlimited amounts of energy.
+ That classified, above top-secret projects possess fully operational antigravity propulsion devices and new energy generation systems that, if declassified and put into peaceful uses, would empower a new human civilization without want, poverty, or environmental damage.
Those who doubt these assertions should carefully read the following testimony (in the book) of dozens of military and government witnesses whose statements clearly establish these facts. Given the vast and profound implications of these statements, whether one accepts or doubts them, all must demand that Congressional hearings be convened to get to the truth of this matter. For nothing less than the human future hangs in the balance.
Implications for the Environment
We have identified insiders and scientists who can prove, in open Congressional hearings, that we do in fact possess classified energy generation and antigravity propulsion systems capable of completely and permanently replacing all forms of currently used energy generation and transportation systems. These devices access the ambient electromagnetic and so-called zero point energy state to produce vast amounts of energy without any pollution. Such systems essentially generate energy by tapping into the ever-present quantum vacuum energy state - the baseline energy from which all energy and matter is fluxing. All matter and energy is supported by this baseline energy state and it can be tapped through unique electromagnetic circuits and configuations to generate huge amounts of energy from space/time all around us. These are NOT perpetual motion machines nor do they violate the laws of thermodynamics - they merely tap an ambient energy field all around us to generate energy.
This means that such systems do not require fuel to burn or atoms to split or fuse. They do not require central power plants, transmission lines, and the related multi-trillion dollar infrastructure required to electrify and power remote areas of India, China, Africa and Latin America. These systems are site-specific: they can be set up at any location and generate energy. Essentially this constitutes the definitive solution to the vast majority of environmental problems facing our world today.
The environmental benefits of such a discovery can hardly be overstated, but a brief list include:
+ The elimination of oil, coal, and gas as sources of energy generation, thus the elimination of air and water pollution related to the transport and use of these fuels. Oil spills, global warming, illnesses from air pollution, acid rain, etc. can and must be ended within 10-20 years (copyright of this book is 2001).
+ Resource depletion and geo-political tensions arising from competition for fossil fuel resources will end.
+ Traditional technologies exist today to scrub manufacturing effluent to zero or near zero emissions for both air and water, but they use a great deal of energy and thus are considered too costly to fully utilize. Moreover, since they are energy intensive, and our energy systems today create most of the air pollution in the world, a point of diminishing return for the environment is reached quickly. That equation is dramatically changed when industries are able to tap vast amounts of free energy (there is no fuel to pay for - only the device which is no more costly than other generators) and those systems create no pollution.
+ Energy intensive recycling efforts will be able to reach full application since the energy needed to process solid waste will again be free and abundant.
+ Agriculture, which is currently very energy dependent and polluting, can be transformed to use clean non-polluting sources of energy.
+ Desertification can be reversed and world agriculture empowered by utilizing desalinization plants that are currently very energy intensive and expensive, but will become cost-efficient once able to use these new, non-polluting energy systems.
+ Air travel, trucking, and inner city transportation systems will be replaced with new energy and propulsion technologies (antigravity systems allow for silent above surface movement). No pollution will be generated and costs will decrease substantially since the energy expenses will be negligible. Additionally, mass transportation in urban areas can utilize these systems to provide silent, efficient intra-city movement.
+ Noise pollution from jets, trucks and other modes of transportation will be eliminated by the use of these silent devices.
+ Public utilities will not be needed since each home, office and factory will have a self-contained device able to generate whatever energy is needed. This means unsightly transmission lines that are subject to storm damage and power interruption will be a thing of the past. Underground gas pipelines, which not infrequently rupture or leak and damage earth and water resources, will not be needed at all.
+ Nuclear power plants will be decommissioned and the technologies needed to clean up such sites will be available. Classified technologies do exist to neutralize nuclear waste.
Utopia? No, because human society will always be imperfect but perhaps not as dysfunctional as it is today. These technologies are real. I have seen them. Antigravity is a reality and so is free energy generation. This is not a fantasy or a hoax. Do not believe those who say that this is not possible: they are the intellectual descendants of those who said the Wright brothers would never fly.
Current human civilization has reached the point of being able to commit planeticide: the killing of an entire world. We can and we must do better. These technologies exist and every single person who is concerned about the environment and the human future should call for urgent hearings to allow these technologies to be disclosed and declassified and safely applied.
Implications for Society and World Poverty:
From the above, it is obvious that these technologies that are currently classified would enable human civilization to achieve true sustainability. Of course, in the near term, we are talking about the greatest social, economic and technological revolution in human history - bar none. I will not minimize the world-encompassing changes that would inevitably attend such disclosures. Having dealt with this issue for much of my adult life, I am acutely aware of how immense these changes will be.
Aside from the singular realization that homo-sapiens are not the only - or most advanced - creatures in the universe, this disclosure will cause humanity to be faced with the greatest risks and opportunities in known history. If we do nothing, our civilization will collapse environmentally, economically, geo-politically and socially. In 10 to 20 years, fossil fuel and oil demand will outstrip supply significantly - and then it is the Mad Max scenario where everyone is warring over the last barrel of oil. It is likely that this geo-political and social collapse will precede any environmental catastrophe.
The disclosure of these new technologies will give us a new, sustainable civilization. World poverty will be eliminated within our lifetimes. With the advent of these new energy and propulsion systems, no place on earth will need to suffer from want. Even the deserts will bloom...
Once abundant and nearly free energy is available in impoverished areas for agriculture, transportation, construction, manufacturing and electrification, there is no limit to what humanity can achieve. It is ridiculous - obscene even - that mind-boggling poverty and famine exist in the world while we sit on classified technologies that could completely reverse this situation.
So why not release these technologies now? Because the social, economic, and geo-political order of the world would be greatly altered. Every deep insider with whom I have met has emphasized that this would be the greatest change in known human history. The matter is so highly classified not because it is so silly, but because its implications are so profound and far reaching. By nature, those who control such projects do not like change. And here we are talking about the biggest economic, technological, social and geo-political change in known human history. Hence, the status quo is maintained, even as our civilization hurtles toward oblivion.
But by this argument, we would have never had the industrial revolution and the Luddites would have reigned supreme to this day.
An international effort to minimize disruption to the economy and to ease the transition to this new social and economic reality is needed. We can do this and we must do this. Special interests in certain oil, energy and economic sectors need to be reigned in and at the same time treated compassionately: Nobody likes to see their power and empire crumble. Nations very dependent on the sale of oil and gas will need help diversifying, stabilizing and transitioning to a new economic order.
The United States, Europe, and Japan will need to adjust to a new geo-political reality as well: As currently poor but populous countries dramatically develop technologically and economically, they will demand - and will get - a meaningful seat at the international table. And this is as it should be. But the international community will need to put in place safeguards to prevent such potential geo-political rapprochement between the first and third world from devolving into bellicose and disruptive behavior on the part of the newly empowered.
The US in particular will need to lead through strength - but avoid the current trend toward domination. Leadership and domination are not the same and the sooner we learn the difference the better off the world will be. There can be international leadership without domination and hegemony and the US needs to realize these distinctions if it is to provide much-needed leadership on this issue.
These technologies, because they will literally and figuratively decentralize power, will enable the billions living in misery and poverty to enter a world of new abundance. And with economic and technological development, education will rise and birth rates will fall. It is well known that as societies become more educated, prosperous and technologically advanced - the birth rate falls and population stabilizes. This is a good thing for world civilization and the future of humanity (as well as for the other life forms sharing this planet with us).
With each village cleanly electrified, agriculture empowered with clean and free energy, and transportation costs lowered, poverty will dramatically fall in the world (one can only imagine with great excitement and a little caution the dramatic explosion of tourism to all corners of the earth). If we act now, by 2030 (most likely 2040 or 2050 now due to the devastating behavior of the past 8 years) we will be able to effectively eliminate all poverty in the world as we know it today.
We only need the courage to accept these changes and the wisdom to steer humanity safely and peacefully into a new time. (one can only imagine with great anticipation the positive response and assist by and from friendly advanced civilizations that have just been patiently waiting for us to collectively show some smarts by cooperatively implementing this grand plan)