Wednesday, April 23, 2014


I’d be remiss if I didn’t report this. 

After asking, in yesterday’s post, for clues about how to save Mother Earth, I stumbled almost immediately across a film called  "A Machine to Die For: The Quest for Free Energy.” 

It’s about  “perpetual-motion” and “anti-gravity” machines, stuff I’d never heard of before.  How to make energy out of nothing -- no more electric bills, no more heating bills. 

“Doo-doo doo-doo, doo-doo doo-doo.”  [Athana singing the theme from The Twilight Zone]

How do you think this might hit the Koch Brothers? So-called “conspiracy theorists” suggest the Kochs and their ilk have already smashed and smothered several workable Free-Energy machines. 

Warning: This film includes a few kooky cookies.  If you watch it, try to overlook the cookies and think about this: How, for crying out loud, did the ancients build the Sphinx -- something our best and brightest couldn’t do today with all our precious modern technology?  Obviously science in the year 2014 doesn’t know all.  

Also:  the film has a very low rating.  All the "real" scientists panned the stuffing out of it.  

However, if it could be lassoed and corralled, “Free energy” would mean no more Mother-Earth-killing emissions from fossil-fuel burning. 

I’m not even sure why I watched this film, but I did.  So of course I have to wonder if this was Mother Earth’s answer to my request for clues about how to save Her.  


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Dear Anon #1,

I don't really know much about mechanics, physics, or anything else I'd need to know to write more about free energy. Why don't you check out Wikipedia's article "Perpetual Motion"? There are some reputable sources there in the Notes at the bottom of the page, and some other online sources for you to explore: