• BadDaddy1

    Interesting story. While you are probably right about President Trump being anti clean energy, Obama was no better for exploring new technologies, his biggest boost was on solar and wind, both incapable of supplying demand, or keeping energy costs down.

    There are many like myself who have alternative designs that could replace all current fossil fuels, but we couldn’t even get the time of day from the Obama administration.

    It’s all just politics.

    RD

    • ajbarba

      Thanks for your comment. It would be interesting to hear if the new administration is more receptive to your ideas. And we’d like to know too.
      Best, Alisa Barba, Executive Editor

      • BadDaddy1

        In all honesty, I doubt I will hear from them either, We’ve lost our competitive edge, they (the Feds in general) are too deep in bed with corporations that only care about securing market share and maintaining it. Any threat to them is quickly stomped down. If this atmosphere had been around at the turn of the last century, the horse and carriage industry would have stomped the fledgling automobile industry out of existence through government regulation and protectionism.

        4 years ago I was warned by a Penn State Professor that I would be rejected by 100% of all I approached for help, they got shut down working on the very same theories I am working on. She felt so strongly about warning me, that she called me to personally try to discourage my attempts telling me a story of what happened to them, and the government visitors (Men in Black as she described them) they received in 2009. I naively thought I could find a way and pushed forward.

        Now four years later and literally thousands of rejection or unanswered letters and emails of inquiry later, I become cynical in attitude towards any supposed green or technology movements. It is only a movement if you have the right political contacts, don’t ruffle certain corporate feathers, and don’t change the status quo. Oh and if the right political contact can become wealthy in the process, such as Al Gore and his Carbon footprint offset program that he failed to mention that he owned a major interest in, then your in like Flynn.

        You wish to know what I realized, look up John Kanzius’ 2007 discovery. I’ve been studying it since 2011, and I’ve found a breakthrough on it, I have a small group of experts in certain related fields to my designs that believe I have something, but will not back it on an official level, (for similar fears of the Penn State Professor).

        Once you understand the limitations of this discovery, you can move forward and create different methods within the boundaries of it’s physics. It’s actually quite simple to manipulate that discovery into viable energy sources by not looking at it as a harvestable fuel source, but rather a conversion tool. It only takes a mind open to new discoveries and concepts to realize a world beyond your closed walls.

        RD

  • BadDaddy1

    Interesting editing ajbarba. Guess you really don’t want to know.

  • BadDaddy1

    Based on your censoring criteria, I’ve no further interest in commenting on this site.

    Thank you for your time.

    RD