In the previous issue of Conspiracy Nation (CN 8.78) I alluded to
a current movie: "Chain Reaction." The movie's plot was
summarized as the discovery of water as a free energy source
leads to cover up, due to "national security" fears that such
free energy would destroy oil prices, crash the stock market and
lead to an economic crisis.
One reader asked, "Brian, is this true?" They wanted to run it
in their magazine. My answer to them *would* have been, "No,
just a movie review," however information has since come my way
which makes me say, "I don't know. It might actually be true."
One area CN hasn't covered is the widespread beliefs that
inventive technologies are routinely suppressed by hidden power
cliques. I'll have to look into it.
Here is a letter from a CN reader in response to CN 8.78. I plan
to follow with more info about this fairly soon. In the
meantime, I seriously recommend the movie "Chain Reaction," if it
is still at your local theater.
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For the past fifteen years, or so, inventor, Stanley Meyer, has
been working on a project known as the Water Fuel Cell; and, for
which he has received close to fifty national and international
patents. Unlike the conventional method of using hydrolysis for
the production of hydrogen from water, the WFC utilizes a high
voltage force field to destabilize the molecular bond of the
Needless to say, there have been numerous attempts made to stop
this very real threat to the world energy cartels. The judges
are now trying to accomplish what robbery and bribery have failed
to do. The moguls of hollywood will provide science fiction to
confuse the masses. The prospect of having rain as a source of
fuel to power cars, trains, planes; to heat and air condition
homes with a bi-product of pure water and cleaner air, threatens
to destabilize the entire world economic model. The development
of a hydrogen economy with safety has now been accomplished; its
production and deployment is next.
Stan can be reached at Grove City, Ohio - 614-871-4173 (fax) 8075.