January 11, 2016
Something I'm studying up lately.
Seems to be real as my company just linked this site. It's real.
January 11, 2016
This guy is super annoying... Keeps you hooked for too long, that video is way over my time limit for such a thing as to figuring out what he proposing.
Don't buy any of his "reports" or anything he's offering for costs. I no doubt believe that solar is key - anyone that has read my threads would agree. Feel free to venture into companies that have exceptional products for solar harnessing, powering etc...
Do note that I have indeed worked on an easy application/device that doesn't require solar cells or sand. That's Tesla Tower via GETcorp (also another company or several starting up too with respect to Tesla's wardenclyffe tower concept). Everything is a race right now... but seeing how two people have already made a working device to transfer energy wirelessly... sure begs the question on how long are solar panel companies going to last.
The key thing here with respect to GETcorp, is that a tower can resonate the energy collected in the ionosphere(s) to transfer to towers on the ground. It's easy. In fact that video link above shows the energy being collected on the Earth. I was dumbfounded by this, because why the need for solar panel if you can collect the energy in space/ionosphere?
April 9, 2009
I see a lot of thins to "hook you" into a video, like the one "5 important signs of a heart attack". When you turn them on like this one they just go on and on, and the main thing you never see is a timer on the video.
If they have no timer on the bottom, Its a waste of time, and the flavor of this one is exactly the same, dragging you down an endless presentation. Thats why there is never a timer. When I see not timer, I'm finished immediatly.
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