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Free Energy Economics and how it impacts the economy

Updated on May 10, 2011

What does free energy have to do with the economy?

Our Economic system is unsustainable if,we continue using unustainable fuels that pollute the air we breathe,the water we drink and because the energy we currently use will be gone in the not too distant future anyway,and we currently have the ability to replace the fossil fuel based economy with one based on almost free,non polluting energy machines,once they get built.Unless we become serious about creating the will to do this,Our life wil be like being in a car that's about to run out of gas,in the middle of nowhere.Without enough energy to get to the next gas station.Assuming their will be any gas there,or if there is gas wondering if,we can afford to buy it.

The way the economy is now we will be lucky ,if we have enough jobs,or money to sustain our debts,that increase with time only because we can't make enough money any longer to pay that debt.If,we were playing the monopoly game in real life,we would going around the board ,trying to pass "GO" in order to get the two hundred dollars ,without going to jail,in order to make the next rent .payment.Of,course those who designed the game knew this would happen.The banksters that the game was named after,don't care about the average person.They know it's a winner takes all type of game.So, why do we continue to play,their game?Why don't we ,just stop playing their game and create one where everyone neither wins everything,or loses everything?

Wouldn't it be better to play a game where everyone wins?

Where there are no losers.except those who want to continue gauging the people through carbon credits,which only taxes everyone for something we,no longer need.

Why,spend billions upon billions of dollars on outdated technology,that requires that much money ,and probably more,if history is any judge.when we can use even half,that much to build free energy devices that will save money over time.Rather than suck more money from us over what few resources we have left.Why should we compete with ourselves,it only wastes money and time in the long run.We end up killing each other for no good reason,except greed.


No,ongoing energy costs

No, carbon credits to pay

No, worrying about blackouts from overloaded powerlines

No wind,water,or even ,sun,necessary.

No more expensive power plants to build.

In,fact,no long distance powerlines needed

No more overpaying for your energy needs,once the free energy devices are built.

Just, maintaince costs,if needed.


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    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      Solar and wind power are still relatively expensive ,I think Solar and wind energy are outdated tecnologies and hopefully will only play a minor role in the future as with anything else the cost of manufacture comes down with scales of efficiency If,demand increases and the money is provided for the production of more advanced energy devices ,solar and wind energy will only be auxillery ,but outmoded sources of energy.Just as the horse and bugggy was supplanted by the modern automobile that uses gasoline as a fuel,the transportation of the future will be powered by what is called Zeropoint energy or cold energy.Meaning that energy exists in space that we normnally think of as without energy,yet contains an enormous amount of energy that we have ignored.

    • tom hellert profile image

      tom hellert 

      8 years ago from home


      here it is in a nutshell, we won't turn into a "Green economy" until":

      1. We have no choice and our backs are against the wall and there is no other option .

      2 These "Green Technologies are cheap enough to draw customers away from traditional fuels.

      3. The End comes and we all die in another mass extimction.

      Sorry but itis all about the $$$s


    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      Your entirely welcome green lotus.I appreciate and share your interest.

    • Green Lotus profile image


      9 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      This is a subject of which I have great interest and involvement. Thanks for a well constructed guide with excellent links.


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