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  • Posted September 30, 2013

    Infinite Energy Technologies, Finley Eversole, Inner Traditions,

    Infinite Energy Technologies, Finley Eversole, Inner Traditions, 2013, $18.95
    The global need for clean and renewable energy increases, but we’re not seeing readily available large-scale solutions. Finley Eversole believes that it’s time to look to the geniuses of our past and the visionaries of our future for answers. He believes that it is possible to have a pollution- and poverty-free future of infinite energy. Eversole enlisted a dozen like-minded people to contribute chapters about a chosen genius/visionary or energy concept. Water, antigravity, electricity, cold fusion and more topics are explored. Most people have probably heard the name Tesla, but perhaps not Keely or Schauberger. The authors allege that the ideas and equipment created by the visionaries were suppressed and even destroyed by the status quo: governments, the scientific community and businesses interests. Eversole claims many people still have vested interests in the status quo. They don’t want to have an educated and informed public knowing about energy solutions and the future potential to reduce costs of virtually everything we consume. World economics do indeed closely correlate to reliance on fossil fuels, limited “green” solutions and the question of nuclear energy. 
    — Alice R. Berntson, New Connexion Journal

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