Friday, June 2, 2017

The politics of energy

"Even the Chinese right now are racing to develop a new source of energy. Why? They are suffocating under the constant veil of polluted smog in their larger cities. They know the current course is not sustainable, as have we."

Our new President caused quite a flap yesterday, did he not? Was it a huge surprise? Not really. He told us he would do it when he was candidate Trump. Is it going to cause the Earth to heat up in July? Nope - it takes four years to completely withdraw from the agreement. Will our carbon emissions continue to fall in those four years? They should - they have been coming down the past few years. In fact, in 2015, we led the civilized world in the percentage of carbon emissions reduced. How about after four years? With us out of the Paris Climate Accord, will our carbon emission continue to drop then? My guess is yes.

I have address this issue before. I believe we are on the precipice of a new energy breakthrough. Abundant, clean and cheap. Fossil fuels have done a wonderful job getting us to where we are today. But their time is just about up. Already we are seeing that natural gas is competing with coal for cost. Plus (no offense coal), natural gas is whole lot cleaner.

Nicolas Tesla was convinced that we could create energy out of the air. That energy is all around us. We just need to figure out how to harness it. Many scientists also believe that dark matter also contains dark energy. If Tesla was correct, as well as the scientists who believe in dark energy, the answer to our energy problems could be as close as the end of our noses.

Here is the bottom line. We don't need the United Nations, nor a bunch of Europeans dictating how we should use our energy. We really don't. There is the golden goose out there, just waiting to be found. Or maybe golden geese, as there may be more than one new discovery. And the person, the country, which comes up with the new fuel source, will control the wealth of the world. That is where the politics come in.

If you want to walk on the wild side for a minute, Dr. Steve Greer of The Disclosure Project has discussed energy in great detail. Why? He, along with others believe we have already found the golden goose. In fact, we have known about it since the Roswell incident. Greer believes we have taken technology from a crashed disc, re-engineered it, and now understand it. But the world's economy is built on fossil fuels. So the new energy source remains under wraps. Again, that is where the politics come in.

Even China, the world's biggest polluter, is racing to develop a new source of energy. Why? They are suffocating under a constant blanket of polluted smog in their larger cities. They know their current course is not sustainable, as have we.

My guess is by 2025 the first of many new golden geese will have been discovered. By 2050, we will continue to use fossil fuel - but mostly just for manufacturing. For our energy needs, the golden geese will have taken over. Cheap (maybe even free), abundant and clean. And climate change? That will only found in the history books.


1 comment:

  1. There is really only one force preventing the availability of new energy technology, and that is un-spiritually motivated behavior. New energy technology is an outward manifestation of divine abundance. It is the engine of the economy of an enlightened society, where people voluntarily behave in a respectful and civil manner toward each other. Un-spiritualized humans cannot be trusted with new energy. They will only do what they have always done, which is to take merciless advantage of each other, or kill each other and themselves in the process.