Infinite Energy Technologies by Finley Eversole

Infinite Energy Technologies by Finley Eversole

Author:Finley Eversole
Language: eng
Format: epub
Tags: New Science
Publisher: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company
Published: 2002-01-01T05:00:00+00:00



Jeane Manning

We inhabitants of this planet have made huge mistakes. The good news is that we could turn the situation around by cooperating—with each other and with the rest of the natural world. For perspective, we could begin by viewing the scene from a distance.

Earth is a blue jewel in our solar system—the water-rich planet. A closer view reveals abuse of that priceless water. Oil blackens ocean beaches. Aging barrels of radioactive waste leak into ground and ocean waters. Coal mining blasts mountaintop springs and water-enlivening forests into oblivion. Hydro dams create stagnant lakes on previously healthy rivers, and methane mining harms other streams. Supplies of drinking water shrink, and much of this is caused by the dominant energy technologies.

Wiser beings viewing Earth might wonder, “Will the inhabitants of this planet use their emerging crises as springboards for cooperative actions? Will they unite to shift to energy technologies that are in harmony with nature? Will they employ the harmonious technologies to restore watersheds, cleanse rivers and oceans, and ultimately create a higher civilization?”

It’s possible. Authors in this anthology point out various paths the human family can take toward environmental stewardship and a more caring society. Some contributors see the need for a new source of energy beyond the standard alternatives. Some find that individual inventors and independent research groups around our world have made the breakthroughs that could replace coal, oil, and uranium. This chapter introduces water-related breakthroughs. They range in size from Blue Energy Canada’s hydroturbine tidal-power bridges down to the injecting of water vapor into a car engine. Some innovations swirl water into the form of an inward-spiraling vortex—nature’s choice for an energy-tapping motion—and some similarly involve imploding bubbles in water to release powerful energies. A few types of the inventions could clean up polluted water at the same time as providing electric power.

Humankind knows how to harness fire, wind, sun, and the strongest forces in nature. Will the next leap forward use the power of water? That question is posed by the BlackLight Power website ( It describes a novel hydrogen-related energy that’s cheap, abundant, and generates no pollution or greenhouse gases. A video on the site says our prosperity is limited only by our ambition. We can keep our world, oceans, rivers, and the air we breathe clean by using “energy made right here at home—or anywhere in the world.” This chapter concludes with good news about that BlackLight process and about global cooperation among new-energy activists, but first will look at other water-related discoveries down through history.


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