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Why?

 

Because you will view some very important information. Especially if you live in America or Canada. Just Sayin give it a chance might give you and others a different perspective.

 

In the last weeks he has investigated the FEMA camps and martial law and also the collapse of our economy. The man speaks the truth. He heartedly tries to find answers.

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Because you will view some very important information. Especially if you live in America or Canada. Just Sayin give it a chance might give you and others a different perspective.

 

In the last weeks he has investigated the FEMA camps and martial law and also the collapse of our economy. The man speaks the truth. He heartedly tries to find answers.

 

The evidence they show on most of these type of shows is meaningless.

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To protect private intrests it is plausible.

 

Yeah, considering all the leaps in science and engineering humans have made in the last 50 years.

 

Sending man to the moon

microwave ovens

mobile phones

Solar panels

hydro electricity

wind electricity

finding the 'god' particle

to name a few

 

You would think at least one man would be able to make a simple engine to power an axle out of a substance that contains oxygen (which ignites quite well) and Hydrogen. Heck 150 years ago people powered trains with steam.

 

I know it is well beyond my knowledge to make such a thing, but come on, someone must have succeeded by now.

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Yeah' date=' considering all the leaps in science and engineering humans have made in the last 50 years.

 

Sending man to the moon

microwave ovens

mobile phones

Solar panels

hydro electricity

wind electricity

finding the 'god' particle

to name a few

 

You would think at least one man would be able to make a simple engine to power an axle out of a substance that contains oxygen (which ignites quite well) and Hydrogen. Heck 150 years ago people powered trains with steam.

 

I know it is well beyond my knowledge to make such a thing, but come on, someone must have succeeded by now.[/quote']

 

They have. Honda did it years ago. The trouble is storing the hydrogen. And the cars in their current state are lethal. Everyone knows how to split water into its atomic part, and they have for centuries. You can't patent that. What you can patent is how they are split in situ and in what format they are stored. Evry car company is trying as we speak. Well every forward-thinking car company.

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They have. Honda did it years ago. The trouble is storing the hydrogen. And the cars in their current state are lethal. Everyone knows how to split water into its atomic part' date=' and they have for centuries. You can't patent that. What you can patent is how they are split in situ and in what format they are stored. Evry car company is trying as we speak. Well every forward-thinking car company.[/quote']

 

This is correct. It's not that the ideas haven't been hatched, its that the design is incredibly inefficient in its current state.

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Meyer's death

 

Stanley Meyer died suddenly on March 21, 1998 after dining at a restaurant. An autopsy report by the Franklin County, Ohio coroner concluded that Meyer had died of a cerebral aneurysm, but conspiracy theorists insist that he was poisoned to suppress the technology, and that oil companies and the United States government were involved in his death.[1][2]

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Meyer#Meyer.27s_death

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