In their efforts to improve the well-being of their fellow humans, inventors often suffer poverty, slander, and suppression. Inventors of energy devices in particular have been threatened by large energy corporations who are allied with the United States Government and seek to enslave people in subtle ways. The tactics used against energy inventors include “legal” imprisonment on false charges, harassment by the IRS, and outright criminal death threats, beatings, bribery, burglary, vandalism, and arson. At least a few inventors have been murdered if they were not dissuaded by other means.
Sometimes, however, alleged energy inventions actually have been scams, or were tested incorrectly, and their inventors then claimed to be victims of a conspiracy. Many inventors merely have been ignorant of the laws of nature – the history of “perpetual motion machines” provides ample proof of that fact. Many otherwise brilliant inventors have been poor businessmen who signed defective contracts or whose personalities prevented successful negotiations. Some have failed to persevere: it can take decades to bring an invention to the marketplace, and the vicissitudes of life interfered with their plans. Others unfortunately died of natural causes before they achieved success.
Adding to the practical difficulties of pulling out of thin air new energy inventions that have never before been thought of, testing prototypes of some of these energy inventions can be frustrating due to a weird quick of nature. Thomas E. Bearden, Ph.D., reports that certain types of energy inventions interact with their local vacuums. Thus their coefficient of performance can vary from place to place, due to the local vacuums themselves differing. A machine would produce over-unity energy in one location; then inexplicably quit after being moved to another location!
Dr. Bill Tiller, former head of the Materials Science Department of Stanford University, developed a unique detector which required that he “grow” its proper pattern in the local vacuum interaction environment. Experimental results from the detector helped Bearden understand changes in interaction between a local vacuum and a novel machine.
All too many times, however, the conspiracy to suppress new energy inventions has been very real. For energy invention suppression updates, see http://www.energysuppression.com.
Energy Invention Suppression Case Statistics
Number of Energy Invention Suppression Incidents – 96