Saturday, August 20, 2005

oil on the brain

Check these recent headlines

PETTEN, Netherlands (Reuters) - The world could run out of time to develop cleaner alternatives to oil and other fossil fuels before depletion drives prices through the roof, a leading Dutch energy researcher said on Thursday.

"The end of abundant, affordable oil is in sight, and the implications are colossal. About now in our hydrocarbon phase of human history, we have pulled out of the Earth approximately half of the available petroleum (crude oil and natural gas) . The other half still in the ground is harder to extract and may not -- as assumed -- fuel the global economy or even provide a transition to another phase…"

"As fuel prices double and then double again in the years after the peak, we will be faced with some very hard choices in the fields of agriculture, food distribution and transport generally...."

(hey it's me) Aside from being scary stuff there is a noticeable lack of anything that is other than the combustion engine mentality.

"The concept of peak oil was identified in 1956 by the late US oil industry and government geologist M. King Hubbert...."

"....all oil flows decrease as the pressure in the oil basin declines. The cost of recovering the oil rises exponentially from this point....

These are the headlines fueling our media today. To find any 'other alternatives' to oil including vegetable you really have to want to know to get to a blog like this. We are a small but growing breed and thanks for dropping by.

Headlines preferrable to the above include



and how about





It's so too bad that our parents brought us into this crappy world but we're here and we may as well try to choose the right direction. It has been obvious that the harnessing of gravity and reviving the aether for a harmonius way of transport has been historically known since Keely and Tesla of the 1800's. They would be saddened to see us this crazed about oil
and so many people believing that gravity control as an alternative is just science fiction.

Yeah. Right.

The first batch of headlines are real and deal with mazola and other oil replacements but none of them touch upon anything other than the same thing from somewhere else.

The second batch of headlines are things almost nobody thinks about.
That's what makes them special.
And the thinkers behind the headlines.

The trick is to get beyond the combustion mentality.

Sunday, August 14, 2005

the cost of the price of oil

Oil hits the sixty-five dollar mark. That was two days ago, now $67.10.

Doomsdayers are having a field day. They predict that the price for one barrel of oil will reach one hundred dollars. Airlines are already surcharging their customers to help offset the rise in fuel charges.

You can see where this is going with, limited travel, at the top of the list. If the price isn’t stabilized world industry will shrink causing global economic and other disasters. As if it wasn’t bad enough. But that’s what they’re saying.

Wouldn’t it be nice to bring in gravity control while everyone’s looking the other way.
Zap! Hi there. I’m gonna need your office.

If only we could divert a fraction of oil revenues for the pursuit of gravity control it would give incentive to those hot on the subject and inject spirit and friendship into what is now chaotic jealousy and rivalry.

While they’re haggling the price of oil we introduce the freedom of gravity control. Antigravity for everyone.
Now no one has to worry about the price of getting around anymore. The price of cubic footage, enough for you and a friend, that’s extra.

The control of gravity works on the principle of a system within a system. It is the reaction of one system to the other that is in itself the propulsion system. There is no fuel involved. It has to do with adjustment and alignment of the inner to the outer field. To learn more on this subject, check out David Barclay’s blog site at gravity org’s site,

The problem with The Quest For Gravity Control, the movie in search of a beginning is that so far, there has been no actual beginning. It is unfortunate that no entrepreneur has ventured forth to say, I’m interested, show me.
I have funded for several years and will continue to do so.
We are at the stage of experimentation and I don’t have the resources.
We need a financial benefactor. But not just any person or group. Our benefactor will be someone who believes the theory and won’t rest until we know whether it works or not. That’s the way I feel. But I am typecast to play a lesser role and blessed with lesser funds. Nevertheless, that’s our quest, our dream of a lifetime,
a chance to witness an evolutionary change in humankind where we might aspire more to the gods.

In this whole wide world is there not one other person who is willing to help take gravity control to the next level?

Hmm, I’ve been looking at that lonely statement above and trying to figure out why it seems only people without money think of gravity control as the world’s new gasoline and rocket fuel. And it’s actually easy to figure out. The whole world has a combustion engine mentality and the mere thought of the creation of energy any other way is simply impossible. Almost nobody thinks of gravity control as a way out of this mess and those who do are dabblers for the oil companies.

What we need if we’re going to get gravity control off the ground is at least one big sympathetic company willing to legitimize gravity control.
And what we offer is a method to do so.

Gravity control is about time.
It would appear that time is of the essence.

If you feel as we do that the world needs taming and calming then please help us launch this magic bullet.

James B. Nicholson

Monday, August 08, 2005

Wilbert B. Smith

Here's what I know about Wilbert B. Smith.
He headed up Canada's only official ufo investigation in the fifties. He was a broadcast engineer who received awards for his innovations in science. Then something happened. He began claiming that the fabulous innovations he was credited with were really not his own but actually gifts from those out there. Perhaps mistakenly he announced his contact with aliens who gave him those techno gifts because, if he had kept that part to himself he wouldn't have alienated the government, which in the fifties, was being bombarded with ufo's. His announcement caused the cone of silence from officialdom.
The only official investigation into ufo's by any Canadian government (up to this writing) and they denounced Smith's findings then closed his agency.

I hate conspiracies. They are a negative force. It's like the first time you tell a lie. If it goes well you tell another. Then the truth becomes a secret and if you keep telling lies then secrets within secrets become a corrosion which eats away at the fabric of civilization's collective soul.

Personally, I don't know if Wilburt Smith should have been taken off the case. But it sure looks like fodder for de canon.

Wilbert B. Smith, during his career built some interesting hardware experiments.

Anyone knowing of these experiments, please post. They may be the powerplant to gravity control. Or not. There is so precious little about this guy available but there is an interesting syntax that, when Smith is quoted, he seems to use phrases that indicate it to be common knowledge to be in contact with the outsiders. In other words, maybe he wasn't crazy. He just didn't know that it was supposed to be a secret

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