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October 31, 2011

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Tom Ogle 1955-1981Many of the Inventors featured here have lived in times of great change, and often they were the ones who brought the change.  These people showed us what progress can be made in areas where “progress” is thought to be “impossible”.

Even though a lot of their Technology has been claimed and weaponized by some for their own gain, every one of these noble Inventors have had hopes for Humanity that go far beyond the grip of our current global energy crisis (the power companies), and those who deal in War.

If there is even one person in each community that would build an efficient Energy Generator for the community, the whole Planet could be off-the-grid by next year.  But people have to know about this stuff first…

Think about it.

… a work in progress.

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Nikola Tesla lit by wireless electrcity

Nikola Tesla 1856-1943

 Nikola Tesla has been described as “The Man Who Electrified The World”, he designed and built Devices such as Radio Remote Control, Florescent Lighting, Electrical Motors and Generators, Hydroelectricity, High Frequency X-Rays, long-range Wireless transmission of Electricity, The Tesla Coil, Antenna power and Longitudinal Waves, and is responsible for over 100 inventions.  He pretty-much Invented AC Electricity, that is now supplied to our homes. He had the very first electrical Car, which used an electrical motor of his own design, and was powered wirelessly from his workshop.

[Nikola Tesla Article]

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Viktor Schauberger

Viktor Schauberger 1885-1958

Viktor Schauberger, “Master of the Wilderness”, knew the way Energy prefers to move in Nature and copied that movement in his Machines.  As a result, all of his Technology is as efficient as it can be.  He made a substantial difference to how we understand the Earth, his writings cover subjects such as Forests, Rivers, The Atmosphere, The Soil and Super-efficient Hydro Systems, Power Generators and Advanced Propulsion including the Flying Saucer Engine.

Viktor Schauberger 1885-1958
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Wilhelm Reich 1897-1957Wilhelm Reich spent most of his life working with Orgone Energy, he had his books burned Twice by the Nazis and they are still banned in the US.  He established the Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust in his Will in 1957, which incorporates a conference center and Orgonon, his museum.
Regarding Orgone Energy, There was no doubt of the existence of an energy possessing extraordinarily high biological activity. It remained only to discover what its nature was and how it could be measured. – from The Cancer Biopathy
[future link to Article]
Wilhelm Reich 1897-1957

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Tom Ogle 1955-1981

Tom Ogle 1955-1981

Tom Ogle , a young mechanic from El Paso, only lived to be 26 but has made incredible advances in Fuel Efficiency for engines.  By 21 years old he was getting 100 miles per gallon from a 4,000 pound 1970 Ford Galaxie, comparable in weight to a Hummer.

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Paul Pantone
Paul Pantone – born 1950
Joseph Newman
Joseph Newman – born 1943
Edward Leedskalnin 1887-1951

Edward Leedskalnin 1887-1951

As Ed Leedskalnin built The Coral Castle, he quarried and lifted tens of tons of Coral Stone, he shaped and moved the stones into position, and he sculpted stone furniture, all by himself.  He stood 5 feet tall at 100 Pounds, a small Man but with such a unique knowlege of Gravity, it was said that he pushed huge stones around like Helium Balloons.

Edward Leedskalnin 1887-1951
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Stanley Meyer
Stanley Meyer 1940-1998
Thomas Henry Moray
Thomas Henry Moray 1892-1974

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