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  1. Global Warming, Peak Oil, and related topics

    Hi: It will be a short one this morning. The Ends of the World is almost a mass extinction travelogue, as the author travels the globe, meeting with mass extinction specialists, looking at rock formations at extinction intervals, etc. It is a very good survey of mass extinctions for lay audiences, and what the implications are for today. One thing that stood out was how influential today’s climate change disinformation is among the laity. Sea level changes are implicated in most mass extinctions, and global glaciations’ beginnings and endings are usually the prime culprits. The first of today’s Big Five, the Ordovician Extinction, was definitely caused by sea level changes related to an ice age. As the author discussed the Ordovician with scientists, he and the scientists were acutely aware of the abysmal state of the Global Warming “debate” today, in which the connection between carbon dioxide and the atmospheric temperature has been muddied by scientists who sold their souls to the Hydrocarbon Lobby and who have been enabled by a compliant media. More than once, the author had to note that there has been no significant controversy about the relationship of carbon dioxide and atmospheric temperature among geoscientists for more than 150 years. That the author had to keep bringing it up is a “tribute” to the disinformation efforts of people such as Fred Singer. I am regularly approached by scientifically illiterate people who challenge me on Global Warming, who have been swayed by the disinformation effort. It is a very sad commentary on the state of affairs today. Lately, I have been reading a lot of Uncle Ed’s work, or more properly, rereading it, and I recently read a chapter of The Myth of the Liberal Media that was devoted to “junk science” and the media. Corporate giants such as Monsanto churn out study after study that shows that their products are safe, and the media gullibly swallows such interest-conflicted studies, time after time. Interestingly, the term “junk science” was coined by Steven Milloy, who literally worked for the tobacco companies as they assailed the secondhand smoke findings. Junk science, indeed. Best, Wade
  2. Hi: Where I live, I can encounter bears on hikes in the nearby mountains, and there was a bear in my community a couple of years ago, which had wandered down from the mountains. In the Alps, bears were extinct in nations such as Switzerland and Germany, but are making a slight comeback, partly due to reintroduction efforts. That bears live in the mountains near my home does not mean that it is their ideal habitat; they can better survive humanity there. Mountains have been refugia for relict populations for probably hundreds of millions of years. Islands can also be refugia. The last mammoths lived on them, for one example of many that could be provided. Negritos are a relict human population, living on isolated islands or mountains. They certainly did not start out that way, but when agriculture began, the hunter-gatherer economy became increasingly unviable and could only be practiced in ever-shrinking refugia, basically marginal lands where agriculture could not be practiced. There are no humans alive today who purely practice the Paleolithic hunter-gatherer lifestyle. Even a pure agrarian lifestyle, without any benefits of industrialization, might not exist on Earth today. Intentional agrarians such as the Amish enjoy many benefits of the industrial civilization that they live in the midst of. Aboriginal Australians lived in Earth’s greatest refugia, and the end of their isolation resulted in nearly their complete genocide, as it was for the Andamans, Tasmanians, and other isolated groups who pursued the means of production of an earlier Epoch. But those isolated peoples gave the early intruders a glimpse into the human past. Those hunter-gatherers, living in their refugia, still practiced the first behaviorally modern human religion, with their singing and dancing rituals. The San of Africa still use the click-consonants that the first human language likely used. Just as stromatolites, nautiloids and horsetails give us glimpses into the evolutionary past, so those relict human populations have given us a window into the human past. Best, Wade
  3. Hi: We’ll see if I can do this in one post. Current events have precipitated this. It is not easy for people to understand what I am doing, even when they want to. It is the very rare person who approaches me and almost instantly gets a pretty good understanding of what I am doing. Few others do, and more than 40 years of doing this showed me what those who don’t understand have in common, for the few who even want to: they are dragging along their baggage. That baggage can be ideological, but that is really more of a symptom than a cause. When I roll back the layers of people’s orientation, which comes out in my exchanges with them, what their lack of understanding really stems from is fear. In a world of scarcity, that fear wears many guises. One of the most encompassing pitfalls is trying the social route, when sociality is based on survival and fear, not love. People want to be paid to study my work, to make a living pursuing free energy, and the like. I hear no end of beginners’ bright ideas for making free energy happen, and without exception, they hail from the kindergarten level of this issue. They are all variations on the paths of failure that I have written about at length. And they are not just paths of failure, they are the kinds of failures that wreck and end lives, leaving a smoking crater behind. The arrival of free energy will be the biggest event in the human journey, by far, as humanity will become a Type 1 civilization. The technology to make it happen is older than I am. Technology is not the issue: integrity and sentience is, and both are in very short supply on Earth today, but there really does not have to be all much of it concentrated on the issue to make it happen. That was one of the key lessons of my journey. I know that I am looking for needles in haystacks, it is just the nature of what I am doing, and I let go of any judgment of it long ago. Judgment is a huge pitfall for this effort that I am trying to mount. For people who approach me with their “bright ideas,” they confuse my reactions to seeing the looming doom of their bright idea approaches with judgment. I have presented a very straightforward class, for those with the right stuff to take. My big essay forms its centerpiece, but my entire site is the class, and I have now made nearly a thousand posts in my own forum, in a more organized fashion than I have anywhere else. I am just getting the venue populated with enough meat so that the high-level conversation that is needed for my approach to work has a place to happen. I have devoted the rest of my life’s “spare” time this effort, in an approach that came to me over more than 30 years of this pursuit. The biggest event in the human journey is worth one man’s life to try an approach that might have a chance. If my effort does not bear fruit, the idea of it will at least be established. If that is all that I end up accomplishing, that is fine by me, but I am also aiming pretty high. Enough said for now, and time to begin my busy weekend. Best, Wade
  4. Hi: I keep working 12-14 hour days, but the end of that is near, at least for this quarter. One fascinating part of my studies is the idea of refugia and relict populations that can provide a window into the past. This goes way back. Cyanobacterial colonies along ancient shores are called stromatolites, and they go back to three billion years or so. When other organisms learned to eat them, they faded from the fossil record (they formed the first fossils that we know of), but they still exist today, in a few places where no animals can live. So, a way of life has survived for three billion years, and gives scientists a window into the past. With the rise of animals and plants, there have been numerous instances of relict populations that survived in refugia. They were able to hang on in niches that the dominant forms could not thrive in. Horsetails and ferns comprise some of the earliest plants. The first forests were made from them. They are spore-reproducers, and seed-bearing plants overtook them and became dominant, as seed reproducers do not need the wet environments that horsetails and ferns do. But in the ice age rainforests near my home town, horsetails and ferns thrive, giving us a window several hundred million years into the past. Seed-bearing plants gave way to flowering plants, and that rainforest where I live is also dominated by seed-bearing plants, as flowering plants don’t do as well. But where it is warmer, flowering plants dominate. That temperate rainforest of my home looks similar to what dinosaurs tromped around in a couple hundred million years ago, for another window into the past. With animals, there are similar situations. Nautiloids were Earth’s apex predators more than 400 million years ago. But fish came to dominate. Some nautiloids were able to survive in deep-water refugia, where they live today, but are threatened with extinction by human activities. Similarly, the lobe-fined coelacanth has survived in deep-water refugia for hundreds of millions of years, while their ray-finned brethren dominated the seas, and their discovery in the last century was one of the mindbenders of science. Of course, we are descendants of lobe-finned fish. The pattern of those “living fossils” is that they did well, were even dominant, but evolution passed them by, as more adaptable organisms came to dominate. But in marginal environments that were too salty, oxygen-poor, cold, and the like, remnant populations of those ancient organisms were able to eke out an existence. Those survivors give scientists amazing glimpses into the past, and studying them provides invaluable information. There has been a similar dynamic with humanity. Because we are such a young species, the relict populations are not so much biological relicts (as we can all interbreed), but are more around their means of subsistence and related cultural adaptations. Gorillas and chimps are arguably relict populations. What can happen with relicts is that they were once dominant, the more adaptable left to eke out an existence someplace else, and the original “place to be” became a refugia niche, as those original refugees adapted to the hostile environments and became dominant in them. Chimps were marginal gorillas, and the human line is descended from marginal chimps. Gorillas got the heart of the rainforest, living the good life, while chimps are descended from gorillas pushed to the margins, and the human line is chimps pushed to the margins as the rainforest continued to shrink. Today, humans threaten their relict ancestor population with extinction. There is much more to come. Best, Wade
  5. Hi: Not only am I crazily busy, but I moved hosts this past week. I was with my old host for several years, but it is owned by a company making the capitalist play, which bought up hosting companies like mad and then instituted cost reductions that made the service pretty crappy. I have not been able to back up my site for more than a year. Back in the early 2000s, my host had a similar fate, as it got swept up in Dot-Com Hysteria Version 1, tried to make the big capitalist play, and went out of business with the crash. Finding a stable and competent host is not easy, but I hope that the one that I moved to will be around for a while. I think that this is the sixth host that I have had since my first site went up in 1996. I have purposely made my site a low-tech one that is easily portable, low bandwidth, non-commercial, and other traits that I can build a low-cost choir with. In the move, however, my tool that turns my Word docs into forum posts, with the links in the words, is currently broken (the code needs to be updated for the new host), and until it gets fixed, I am going to be doing it the old way, with links spelled out separately from the text. The next few posts will be odds and ends. As stated, I have been crazily busy lately, working 14-hour days, working on my latest biography project, etc. I recently wrote about reading yet another mass extinction book ( http://ahealedplanet.net/forum/threads/16-Chapter-9-Speciation-Extinction-and-Mass-Extinctions?p=1002&viewfull=1#post1002 ), I am concurrently reading another one ( https://www.amazon.com/Great-Extinctions-What-Causes-Shape/dp/1770853278/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 ), and this post will be about that issue and the human journey. In The Great Extinctions, the author separated ultimate versus proximate causes for the greatest extinctions, and he placed geological causes as the ultimate every time, related to tectonic plate movements and especially the volcanism that came with them. Fair enough. Others have tried to make bolide events as ultimate causes each time, or the inherent instabilities of multi-tiered energy systems (AKA “food chains”), or climate change. There are plenty of proximate causes to go around, and the controversies are heated these days. The Ends of the World was written by a science writer, and they tend to write the best popular science, although some of history’s greatest scientists also wrote good popular science. Einstein was one. Peter Ward has written more than a dozen popular science books. In The Great Extinctions, when the author got to the Holocene extinctions: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocene_extinction he showed himself to be badly out of his realm of expertise, as he preferred the climate-change cause over human activities. There is a great human tendency to absolve humanity of responsibility for the Holocene extinctions, but I don’t buy the explanations of those denying human agency. They are pretty weak, IMO. The human impact was overwhelming: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocene_extinction#Competition_by_humans One of the best examples of the human impact was the fate of the elephant family in the Americas: complete extinction. Before the rise of humans, the elephant family was the most successful land mammal ever: http://ahealedplanet.net/humanity.htm#elephantsuccess They lived in the Americas for more than 16 million years, and lived in the length and breadth of the Americas, in all major biomes. Their size, intelligence, prehensile trunks, and opportunistic feeding patterns made them invincible, at least until humans arrived, and then elephants quickly went completely extinct throughout the Americas. Those who argue for climate change doing it all have about zero credibility with me, and I consider the scientific infatuation with the mammoth extinctions to be a red herring. Mammoths were merely one of several elephant-family species to go extinct when humans arrived in the Americas. South America has nearly the identical climate to Africa’s, and while Africa retained its elephants, South America lost 100% of its elephants, right after humans arrived. What a coincidence! I don’t regard any climate change hypotheses for the global demise of the megafauna, coincident with the arrival of humans, to be credible. Even if they want to say that the ranges went bad during the ice age, the huge problem with their hypotheses is that the American extinctions happened just as it became warmer and wetter, not the colder and dryer conditions that were responsible for the last large extinction (that took 15 million years to play out http://ahealedplanet.net/humanity.htm#icehouse ). There has never been a predator on Earth like behaviorally modern humans, and nothing stood in their way, as they conquered Earth after leaving Africa: http://ahealedplanet.net/humanity.htm#founderexit Not even their fellow human species: http://ahealedplanet.net/humanity.htm#climateneanderthal It did not matter what the climate was doing: all the easy meat was consigned to extinction when humans arrived. I consider arguments that deflect responsibility from humanity to arise from a conflict of interest, as they defend their species. To be sure, those scientific arguments have all sorts of data in them, but it is what they leave out that is most telling, similar to what Uncle Howard had to say about the kind of “history” that is vended by historians: http://ahealedplanet.net/columbus.htm#zinn Scientists are not pinnacles of virtue. No profession is, not in a world of scarcity and fear. The author of The Ends of the Earth readily discerned the human impact on the Holocene extinctions that the specialist who wrote The Great Extinctions just could not seem to see. I see it as who is grinding an ax and who isn’t, or who gained a generalist vision and who was blinkered by their specialist lenses: http://ahealedplanet.net/humanity.htm#specialists This morning, I read this article, on the coming end of the nation-state: http://www.internationalman.com//articles/doug-casey-on-the-end-of-the-nation-state Without scientific training or a comprehensive perspective, people will confuse ultimate with proximate causes, etc. That author at least got the phases kind of right, when mentioning the agrarian and industrial revolutions and citing Marx’s arguments that the “means of production” largely determine what kind of society can exist. The change in social relations is a consequence, not a cause, of the Epochs, and each was based on its energy practices. Everything else was dependent on that. I want to be fairer to that author than my initial post, and am revising it a little a day later. I almost never do that, but he deserves it. The author missed the first two epochs, and the agrarian and industrial revolutions were entirely dependent on exploiting a new energy source, and he has it right about tribes, kingdoms, and nation-states, but he does not propose anything about what will wither the state other than the Internet. The nation-state is primarily a Fourth Epoch construct, and I don’t see it withering away until the Fifth Epoch makes all territorial constructs obsolete, as land and the “resources” that can be wrested from it will no longer be relevant to the human standard of living, or not like it does now. I have yet to see one of those financial writers break out of their exchange framework and see the bigger picture. The ones a little savvier become Peak Oilers and beat the drums of doom, and I can’t blame them: http://ahealedplanet.net/humanity.htm#peakoil But they are only describing problems, not solutions. Free energy is the solution that trumps all others. http://ahealedplanet.net/humanity.htm#epochal5 Next to the energy issue, everything else is noise. But while everybody grinds the ax of their self-interest and fails to see the forest from trees, people like me are voices in the wilderness. It is just what it is, and there is no use in judging it: http://ahealedplanet.net/humanity.htm#judge1 I don’t need many to make it happen: http://ahealedplanet.net/humanity.htm#choir Best, Wade
  6. Thanks Krishna: That was timely. Great paper. Nice to see it freely published so early. I recently bought a few more mass extinction books, and am currently reading The Ends of the World, in which the author specifically credited Peter Ward as his inspiration for writing it. Ward’s place in posterity is assured, but he would say, as Uncle Ed does, that he is not done yet! After more than a century of Darwinian denial, mass extinction research has been galloping along, and yes, current man-made trends are very ominous. I will have significant revisions of my big essay in light of current findings, and that paper will have a place in it. I am onboard with the idea that volcanism was a major driver of mass extinctions, as well as the adaptability of the ecosystems. Global temperature swings, and primarily global warming, are deeply implicated, and humanity is merrily replacing a big part of the volcano effect by burning up all of the hydrocarbon deposits. Of course, virtually nobody is even considering the solution that trumps all others. But that just inspires me to keep doing my work, and we’ll see how many good years I have ahead of me. I am not done yet! Best, Wade
  7. Hi: As I wrote previously, I am going to finish these Level posts by noting what levels the failed approaches to free energy are operating from. Applying for a patent is classic Level 6 behavior, as the inventor naively thinks that he/she can bring that pig to market. Keeping the invention proprietary can operate from Level 6, but such aspirants can also have some Level 7 delusions, as inventors try to avoid having their patents seized under the national security laws. The feds are just one of many tools at Godzilla’s disposal. Raising money from investors, selling to customers, and the like can come from Level 6 or 10. Level 10s can operate from an unawareness of organized suppression, or they can operate from a strategic effort to overcome it, with the idea that Godzilla will see the coming stampede and flee or join it. The problem is that stampeding people are easily manipulated, and can be readily steered right over the cliff. My days with Dennis taught me that lesson. Seeking those rich “philanthropists” can operate from Levels 6, 7, 10, and even 11, as the aspirant plays the hero/messiah who seeks patrons. Of course, trying to sneak past the organized suppression is classic Level 7 behavior. A guerilla revolution generally operates from Level 9, but elements of Levels 7, 10, and 11 can be found in them. All mass movement attempts operate from Level 10. The primary difference between Level 10 and Level 12 is that Level 10s are operating from self-interest and are rallying around a scarcity-based framework. Level 12s are something very different. They operate from combined positive intention, their efforts are selflessly motivated, and they have developed a comprehensive awareness so that they can keep their eyes on the ball. They think in terms of abundance. Trying the open assault on Godzilla is classic Level 9 behavior. Media campaigns and mounting conferences are standard Level 10 activities. Approaching the world’s governments, corporations, and other institutions can arise from Levels 6, 7, 9, 10, and 11. In short, all of those failed approaches have fear and scarcity at their roots, and all fail to understand, at one level or another, how our world really works. An approach based on love and sentience has not really been tried before. It won’t be easy or start quickly, and it gives me a great opportunity to work on my patience issues. Best, Wade
  8. Hi: A Level 12 is going to realize what won’t work: Inventor-centric efforts (patents, proprietary, the hero/inventor); Ideologically based efforts (nationalism, capitalism, organized religion, communism, socialism, materialism, etc.); Approaching governments, corporations, NGOs, universities, “progressives,” “philanthropists,” environmentalists, etc.; Mounting conferences; Chatting up their social circles; Forming a guerilla movement; Sneaking past the organized suppression; Conquering the organized suppression; Mounting a media campaign. They are generally not going to need somebody like me to help them realize why those approaches won’t work. They will understand on their own. In one way or another, all of those approaches are based on scarcity, fear, and giving one’s power and responsibility away to others, looking for a shortcut; in general, acting like victims. They will understand that combined positive intention is the key, and they will learn to sing the abundance song. They also know that their intended audience is not their social circles, but they will be broadcasting on a global stage, to attract the few like them. They will know how unusual they are, and not from a place of ego or judgment, but just understanding the situation and what the numbers are. They will understand the stakes and what the potential is. There is nothing easy about getting there, but it begins in the heart. Best, Wade
  9. Hi: I am likely going to be pretty quiet over the next few weeks, as another work-related hurricane blows through my life. Here are some odds and ends for a Sunday evening. Yesterday, I saw for the first time, somebody other than me writing about Brian O’s Martian credentials. In all of this talk of manned Mars missions in recent years, it is nice to see Brian’s Martian credentials get some mention. I have a feeling that if we did not get his NASA bio published, it would have gone right down the Memory Hole, and it nearly has, anyway. I was just looking at those astronauts in Brian’s group, and it was more than 15 years before any of them went into space. That was quite a wait for the XS-11, and it is very understandable that Brian was one of several who quit. In this month’s Scientific American, there was an article on volcanic hot springs’ being the cradle of life on Earth. In Nick Lane’s latest, he makes the case for volcanic rifts in the ocean, and Peter Ward’s and Joe Kirschvink’s latest makes the case for a Martian origin of life on Earth, carried here by meteorites. Following the issues and evidence is what I hope that my work spurs among the choir. It is all part of developing a comprehensive perspective. Best, Wade
  10. Hi: Why do I think that the Level 12 approach has a chance of success? It is not the only path to success that I know of. Ten Dennises, or a hundred Brians, combining their efforts, and we would have had free energy long ago. But I have not heard of anybody else like Dennis, and I also have not met anybody quite like Brian, which is one reason why Greer repeatedly used a plug from Brian. There are just not enough people like them on Earth today. So, I am stepping it back a notch or three. I don’t need heroes for my plan to work. In fact, the hero’s approach can be a trap, in several ways, and the hazard of megalomania is one of them. When I mentioned my Level 12 approach to Dennis and Brian, both instantly realized that I was doing something different, and Brian was planning to promote my approach before he died. If you think about Levels 1 to 11 deeply enough, what becomes evident is that they all have scarcity and fear in common, in both obvious and subtle ways. Those levels of awareness also underlie all of those failed paths to free energy. The only quality of those lower levels that I can see could arguably not arise from scarcity and fear is the naïveté behind Level 6. Everybody that I respected the most in the free energy field began their journeys naively, and were generally overgrown Boy and Girl Scouts. Those in Level 6 bought many of the Big Lies of their indoctrination and conditioning, believed what they read in the newspapers and saw on TV, were taught in the classroom, and the like (all except for free energy’s possibility, so they did not buy the “laws of physics” canard). Unless somebody is a child, being fed those lies and not knowing any better, in this day and age, maintaining that level of naiveté takes hard work. They can maintain that tunnel vision because they are afraid to expand their awareness. Somebody in Level 6 lives in a cocoon of ignorance, and it is hard to argue that fear and scarcity are not largely responsible for that tunnel vision. They had opportunities to broaden their perspective, especially in this Internet Age, but chose not to. Why? What have Level 12s accomplished that makes them useful for making free energy happen? In short: They are motivated by love, not fear; They are not self-seeking; They have awoken past their conditioning; They seek the truth; They are discerning; They have developed a comprehensive awareness; They are ready to act. I have discussed the qualities that I seek before (1, 2), and will try to not repeat myself too much, but I will show how their qualities enabled them to avoid the pitfalls that have ensnared so many. I do not kid myself; such people are exceedingly rare, at one-in-thousands amongst the general population, and if I did not have a global medium such as the Internet, I would not even be thinking in the direction that I have for the past 20 years or more. The first five qualities listed above they have to come to this issue with. Nobody can give them those qualities; they earned them themselves. What I can help with is developing that comprehensive awareness. Very few on Earth have had my particular journey, and I am trying to prevent what I learned from going to waste. I am the last man standing among my inner circle, and Earth and humanity are on the brink today. I long ago accepted that I am on special assignment, and like Dennis and Brian, I will do it until I can’t anymore. I tell people from the very beginning to not expect to make a living from this work. In fact, trying to make a living from it is a path to failure, as it is self-seeking. It is “reasonable” to want to make a living, but this task, manifesting the biggest event in the human journey, is anything but “normal.” All of the usual motivations, rooted in fear, scarcity, and survival, won’t work for this task. People have advised me to parlay my work into an advanced degree, sell books, and the like for more than 20 years, but that is the devil’s flypaper. If I had gone that way, I would have failed long ago. I doubt that anybody is born a Level 12. It is a long, winding road to get there, and only lovers of the truth, who are unwilling to settle for the bromides of our conditioning, are candidates. To use some current jargon, they are self-selected. One early lesson that my pupils learn, if they haven’t before they encountered me, is that sociality is based on fear and scarcity. It is not exactly a novel realization; it is a standard understanding among biologists and anthropologists. Social animals are social because it enhances their survival prospects. In fact, internal societal “cohesion” has largely been developed through outside threats. Sociality is based on self-seeking, and is worthless for the free energy pursuit. Most of my best students learn this early on, as they just have to spread the “good news” of free energy amongst their social circles, even as I caution them against it. They quickly find out what a thin reed their social circles are, as they are attacked, ostracized, and the like. If they are lucky, they don’t wreck too many relationships, their careers, etc. The social approach is worse than worthless for this task. As Brian O sagely stated, combined positive intention will work. Each person, working towards the goal, each with the goal in sight, and knowing that they can’t do it alone, is the key for a Level 12 effort. Each member is self-motivated toward the goal, and their self-interest is not in the calculus of their thinking. They have raised their awareness far past that level. They are doing it because it needs to be done, not because they seek some earthly or even heavenly reward for doing it. That requires a spiritual and ethical maturity that is exceedingly rare on the planet today, and that rareness is why we don’t live in the Fifth Epoch today. Why would a Level 12 effort have a chance? For one thing, it would not take many people, proportionally. It can work if only one-in-a-million people have the right stuff and do the work. I have seen the power of a few committed people. I lived with Dennis and Alison in Boston, and we were high and dry, about to be homeless on the streets, when I came through. Three months later, we were offered $10 million to go away, and a year later, they raised it to $1 billion before they lowered the boom on us. Less than a year later, Mr. Professor, Alison, and I were all that was left, standing up to the full might of our evil system. When I sacrificed my life, the greatest miracle that I ever witnessed happened. Those days wrecked and shortened Mr. Professor’s life, and I don’t want to bury anybody else whom I got involved in my journey. But a handful of us gave Godzilla some interesting days at the office and sleepless nights, and a chapter or two of his manual for maintaining his global dominance is likely devoted to us, a mere handful of people, who had the proper motivation. If I can find and train 5,000-to-7,000 people, to just attain a comprehensive vision and form that choir, free energy is going to be laughably easy to make happen. The hard part will be building that choir. I may have 30 more good years in me, and we will see how it goes. This is not something that can be rushed, to “do something,” or it will be just one more path of disaster. This is something different. I may not be the person who will build that choir. My role might be to merely found the idea of one. If that is all it is, I am OK with that, but I pray that I live to see humanity begin to turn the corner, and I as wrote recently, things are looking up in ways. Manifesting the biggest event in the human journey is not going to be easy, but I know of nothing more worthwhile to do on Earth today. Best, Wade
  11. Hi: Few people on Earth are Level 15s. They have had free energy technology demonstrated to them, almost always in intimate settings, as far as I know. Many genuine free energy prototypes have been demonstrated, sometimes in public venues, but the best demonstrations were done privately. Mr. Advisor was invited to meet with Sparky Sweet, and witnessing his describing watching Sparky’s device operate was unforgettable. He was awestruck by the experience. Free energy is far from the only exotic technology in Godzilla’s Golden Hoard, and Steven Greer spoke of watching electrogravity craft fly around in an underground setting. You have to play in highly rarified air to be invited to something like that. The few people that I know of who received such shows played at levels at which they risked their lives for many years. Surviving murder attempts seemed to be one prerequisite for eligibility for shows such as those. But all such demonstrations paled next to what my close friend was shown a generation ago. He received a generous demonstration of technologies in Godzilla’s Golden Hoard, which was likely snuck out the back door for that demonstration, and the demonstrators almost certainly risked their lives to do so. My friend does not know who gave the demonstration or where it was, as he was transported there blindfolded and under bizarre conditions. It was not a typical invitation. I have purposely not wanted to know very much about that demonstration, to protect people. My friend’s eyes were bugging out of his head, and he told the demonstrators that they did not play in his galaxy. When I told Brian O of that demonstration, his reaction was along the lines of, “So, what else is new?” Brian was well aware of demonstrations like that, but my friend’s is the only one like that that I have directly heard of, by watching as the witness describes it to me. Free energy, antigravity (or electrogravity) technology, advanced materials that show that Flubber is not so fictional, and other exotic technologies are on the planet today. You can take that to the bank. The means to a Star Trek civilization (Type 1) on Earth already exist. But we don’t get any while we collectively slumber, are ruled by scarcity and fear, and are our own worst enemies. But free energy is the Big One, with Epochal significance. Then there is the other side of the table, the Level 14s. They also know that free energy technology exists, because they get to use and play with it every day, as part of their jobs. Level 15s have far more credibility with me than Level 14s. When so-called “insiders” leak information or go on the talk circuits, I always take their “revelations” with a grain of salt, as there is also a great deal of disinformation coming from within those ranks, for various reasons. The whistleblowers that I respect the most are people such as Ralph McGehee and John Perkins, who have indisputable bona fides with well-documented tales. When so-called insiders come forward with their stories, without any documentary or other hard evidence, it pays to keep a skeptical eye. Greer’s most credible Disclosure Project witnesses were those on the “outside” of such operations, who saw something that they weren’t supposed to. What Gordon Cooper reported, for instance, is at the height of credibility. I have heard several astronaut tales of close encounters in space, and some have remained private affairs. Astronauts who speak out about close encounters in space, after they have been read-in following the encounters, risk their lives to do so, which is why you never hear them telling about such encounters publicly. You don’t even get death-bed confessions from them, because the goons threaten their families with retribution if they speak out. One of Ed Mitchell’s moments of awakening was when he witnessed the Director of Intelligence of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Tom Wilson, being denied access to a Special Access Program that Greer identified to him. Barry Goldwater’s reporting of what happened when he asked to see Hangar 18 and the Blue Room at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, which I lived near when I met Brian, is also highly credible. An amusing anecdote about Wright-Patterson (which was built where the Wright brothers flew their first planes) is that there is a museum of flight at Wright-Patterson. It is impressive, beginning with the Wright brothers (that denial and ridicule by mainstream science is minimized in the Wright brothers’ exhibit) and some NASA gear was also presented. On the second floor, next to the restrooms, was a small glass case, about two feet on a side and a few feet tall, on UFOs. It was the only mention in the entire museum. As I recall, there was a meteorite fragment in that case, and maybe a picture of “swamp gas,” as the text in that exhibit stated that the UFO issue was a minor curiosity, of people’s mistaking meteorites and the like for ET craft. On Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, of all places. It was the funniest part of the museum. I have interacted with leading space “skeptics” and I have been on the receiving end of their “debunking,” and they were either idiots, criminals, or both. Brian O’s life was shortened when he snooped into the UFO issue. Even if Level 14s were telling the straight truth when they played “whistleblower,” they were being allowed to speak publicly, and the reasons for that comprise a highly controversial subject. All Level 14s who go public have been tainted by their employment history and the reasons for their being allowed to speak out. I am sure that some are telling the truth as they know it, but others are playing the disinformation game (some are not even genuine insiders, but pretend that they are), with some truth and plenty of fiction in their testimony, whether they are doing it wittingly or not. Winnowing the truth from the disinformation is a nearly impossible task for examining “whistleblower” testimony such as that, and I advise truth-seekers to spend more of their time looking elsewhere, and take what they glean from that milieu with a huge grain of salt. Next up is what my work is really all about, Level 12s. There are also not many of them on Earth today, but they are my target audience, and only they can truly help with my effort. Best, Wade
  12. Hi: Before I get to Level 12, which is what interests me, I want to cover Levels 13 to 15. Level 13 is where some free energy inventors ended up. They generally were successful with developing technology that could tap the zero-point field. While my Levels were developed to deal with free energy, the fate of Level 13s can also apply to a wide array of potentially disruptive technologies, such as new mining techniques. I have heard many harrowing tales over the years, and not just with free energy inventors, but free energy is the Big One. Brian O knew about 25 dead inventor stories. Greer was told of the $100 billion in quiet money. We got the friendly buyout offer a couple of months after I became Dennis’s partner, and they added a couple of zeroes a year later, before they began playing rough. The adding some zeroes trick is not unusual. At the level that Godzilla plays at – controlling a planet – a trillion dollars to keep the lid on disruptive technologies is a pittance. He has developed his game into a science. No independent free energy effort has ever been allowed to get to the finish line of bringing commercially viable technology to market. They don’t let anybody get close, but strangle all efforts in their cradles. There is a $200 million chasm to cross in the first place. What makes Dennis’s journey so unique and informative for those with the right stuff is that unlike any free energy effort ever attempted, he actually brought disruptive technology to market, when he put the world’s best heating system on people’s homes for free. Discerning readers can learn what bag of tricks is brought to bear when something disruptive is brought to market. Free energy inventors in their garages have not even stepped on the playing field yet. I do not try to collect tales of organized suppression. I am a tale myself, and soldiers who have seen battle don’t regale their families with war stories, but do their best to forget them. During my first stint with Dennis, I heard more stories than I care to recall, as they could become monotonous. In Ventura, a couple of elderly brothers from Europe told me how they attended one of those conferences when Max Gerson was poisoned. In those Ventura days, a member of the clergy told me that the skullduggery that we were experiencing was global in scope. He told of witnessing such activity in New Zealand, to swindle some Maori out of their land. That is a familiar tale. What I get a lot of from free energy newcomers is a kind of titillating interest in suppression tales, in a kind of denial/fascination, and some seem to want to go tweak the lion’s tail, to see if the stories were true. What a potentially deadly delusion. It is a cousin to 18-year-old boys pining to prove their manhood on the battlefield. In some ways, I am happy when my pupils rush out to proselytize to their social circles, even after I try to dissuade them from doing it. It is relatively low-risk behavior, as they “only” risk their careers and relationships, not their lives. They can get a little taste of the reality that I write about without risking their lives, and they can get chastened before they go out and foolishly play suicidal games. I’ll tell a few new ones here, or, at least, I think they are new. I have heard a lot of Adam Trombly’s story over the years, almost straight from the horse’s mouth. He has survived something like 40 murder attempts. Adam’s story is the only one that I have heard of that matches Dennis’s on the preposterous scale. I have been invited to hang out with Adam, but he is just too hot. With my luck, the bullet would miss him and hit me. I don’t want to betray Adam’s confidence, so will tell an innocuous anecdote. What happened to my efforts with Dennis, with provocateurs infiltrated into the inside, such as Bill and Ken, is not unusual. In fact, in my circles, they are standard features, and I have heard them called “inside people,” whose jobs are to help tear down the effort from the inside. As I saw with Bill and Ken, they could coordinate their efforts with outside attacks, in what I have called an “inside-outside job.” Because the level of integrity of Joe Average is so low, inside-outside jobs are very effective, as Joe becomes a willing member of the mutiny, happily slitting his own throat as he chases the bait of self-interest. As Brian learned at NEM and another organization that he helped found, even organizations of initiates, with no provocateurs on the inside, readily tear themselves apart from the inside as everybody jockeys for position. It happened to Joe Firmage’s effort in the 1990s, as I heard from somebody who helped tear NEM apart. The first dozen times or so that I saw our business associates try to steal our company, I was shocked. Dennis told me to join the club, and said that I would eventually lose my shock. In ways, it was like how I became used to working in the hell of Skid Row. Eventually, a dead body on the sidewalk just became part of the scenery. Another attempt to steal our company was just another day at the office. Early in Adam’s journey, one man came into his effort, as Adam was trying to make things happen. Adam played the game, of political action, “philanthropists,” and the like, and that man was Adam’s most enthusiastic supporter, who was 100% on the same page with Adam. It did not get any better than that supporter, at least until the moment came when that supporter was supposed to interact with some big players who were going to provide assistance to Adam. Then, that “supporter” instantly went from 100% with Adam to 100% against Adam, as he actively scuttled the deal and disappeared. That is one way that “inside people” ply their trade. I have purposely designed my effort to not be very vulnerable to “inside people,” which is one reason why my effort is starting slowly. I constantly hear from free energy newbies with their bright ideas, blithely suggesting tactics and strategies that invariably lead to disaster, but they are too naïve to realize it. Organized suppression of disruptive technologies is all too real, what we encountered was capitalism on steroids, and thousands of free energy aspirants discovered that the hard way. The “lucky” free energy aspirants got the Golden Handcuffs, while the less fortunate had their lives wrecked or prematurely terminated. Level 13s know that free energy technology is real, because they developed some themselves. Sparky Sweet’s story is all-too-typical. Best, Wade
  13. Hi: Level 10 is where I spent my early activist years. The day that I met Dennis, he announced the first of his many Level 10 plans. He is still at it. In our recent conversation, he said that he wanted to do something before he died to put the USA “back on its feet” and make his dealers whole. He never gave up on his Level 10 dreams. He has been banned from the energy industry in the USA, so he is playing the Level 10 game in medicine, reflecting his medic days. Good luck with that. I have presented many Level 10 anecdotes, especially here and here, so no need to belabor it. My Seattle days with Dennis were when my education began, and seeing the employees cheer the theft of Dennis’s company, and watching that courtroom charade, were among the indelible memories of that year. When I chased Dennis to Boston and improbably became his partner, my learning curve dramatically steepened. When Mr. Mentor cut his secret deal with Dennis to move the company to Ventura, my fate was sealed. I got to see the rocket take off, and I got to see us swatted down. My life was shattered in those days, and I was radicalized. I can’t overemphasize the lessons of experience, and few have ever played on the stage that we did. I was with Dennis during the darkest days of his journey and sacrificed my life to rescue him, and I can still barely imagine what he has lived through. But to this day, I hear no end of the bright ideas that free energy newcomers present to me, which are all naïve variations of strategies that we and our fellow travelers have tried many times. Dennis does nothing halfway, but throws his life into it. You really have to see it to believe it. Hearing those naïve Level 10 bright ideas only reinforces to me that such approaches don’t have a prayer. It is long past time for something different, to approach the issue from a far higher plane of awareness and integrity, which is how I eventually came to my choir approach. When the dust settled in Ventura in 1990, I had long since learned my life’s primary lesson and had strong doubts about the businessman’s path to free energy. When my second stint with Dennis was finished, I was forever cured of thinking that the businessman’s path had a prayer. But spear-carrying is in my DNA, and I carried Brian’s in the next decade. In the aftermath of that disaster, I was forever cured of any Level 10 notions, and Americans have not been my target audience since 2004. They are history’s most brainwashed people, and think they are free. I was always studious, from the time I could walk, and I began hitting the books to help prepare any expert witnesses that my legal fund might line up, but it wasn’t until I moved to Ohio in 1990 that I began my deep dive that never really finished. After I finished the 2002 version of my site, I was introduced to Uncle Bucky’s work and began another phase of my scholarly and scientific journey. It began with Richard Heinberg and the Peak Oilers, and my studies after 2007 were mostly scientific and were made with writing what became my big essay in mind. My update of that essay is more than a year overdue, due to the demands of my life, including resuming my career, for what might be its last stint. I understand the allure of Level 10, but the general public does not have the collective integrity to support such an effort. They only see their immediate self-interest. When I saw Dennis try his Level 10 efforts, he was always appealing to the population management ideologies to gain traction, but allegiance to those ideologies is how people have been brainwashed. Those ideologies are part of the problem, not the solution. They all short-circuit sentience, as they create in-groups at the expense of out-groups. We are all one. Best, Wade
  14. Thanks Krishna: Yes, when times get hard, our line of primates gets harsh. We are seeing it with the disintegration of the American middle class, and all declining and collapsing societies had that dynamic of the social fabric disintegrating, as it became every man for himself. The environment that the bonobo adapted to had a lot to do with its social organization, especially when gorillas left the area and the food supply doubled. Large, stable foraging parties resulted. One dynamic that I read about was that there is no lone foraging among bonobos, because of that enhanced food supply and large groups. So, the chimp strategy of finding and killing lone foraging males in neighboring societies no longer worked. That wet and stable environment that you refer to is only that way during interglacial periods such as now. For most the past two million years of bonobo evolution, it was not that way, and they likely survived by living in the river valleys that feed the Congo. It was likely not much different from their chimp relatives at the time, except that there were no gorillas in the region to compete for food. There is speculation that bonobos are the closest things existing to australopiths, and the human line may have had bonobo-like social organization at times. It is speculated that Ardi’s species is on that line that may have at least partly given up the chimps’ murderous ways. I’ll agree that nurture can become nature, hinted at by those Dutch children from the Dutch famine in Late World War II. This is one reason why I am so “on it” about the Fifth Epoch. The human condition will change radically, as will the human potential, and even human nature will likely be affected. I’ll bet that the humans in those two Roads worlds (1, 2) had (or will have ) significant genetic differences. Best, Wade
  15. Hi: Level 7 is where slightly worldlier free energy inventors and activists reside, at least for a while. They at least credit the idea that there is organized suppression. In some ways, it is better than the defeatist Level 8, but it is arguably the most dangerous level of awareness. Thinking that they can sneak past the organized suppression is a potentially deadly delusion. Mark quickly went from naïve Level 6 to deadly naïve Level 7, to be rudely disabused of his adolescent Level 7 notion, to make it to Level 10, where most free energy activists with my respect reside. Mark is a genius, and it took only one incident to cure him of his Level 7 delusion. He later learned the magnitude of his folly. Nobody on Earth has a better free energy radar than Godzilla does. From people who should know, I have heard that he even has satellite technology that can tell when somebody taps the zero-point field. When I have mentioned that, I have been offered a way to shield the device from detection, in a demonstration that the “helpful” person completely missed the point of my statement. Free energy inventors and activists become potentially suicidal when they start thinking that they can sneak past Godzilla. I have stated that the Levels are not mutually exclusive, and during my Level 10 days with Dennis, he often played secrecy games, and I hated it at the time. I have been in meetings in public venues where we wrote out our discussion instead of talk it, to defeat the eavesdroppers, and we likely were under that kind of surveillance. I eventually realized that any effort that had to start playing secrecy games was doomed. The very nature of the secrecy game leads in the wrong direction. Secrecy is Godzilla’s game, and he can’t be beaten at it. I have assumed that I have been under constant surveillance since the 1980s, and I don’t lose any sleep over it. Anybody who thinks that he/she can be anonymous from Godzilla and interact with me is foolish. I will never have anonymous members of my effort, as anonymity defeats the very purpose of what I am doing, as it is based on fear. Anonymous cowards are not going to make free energy happen. When people begin playing the secrecy game, they invite in paranoia, “specialness,” and other problems that will help lead to the internal collapse of the effort before Godzilla even needs to get involved. It was refreshing to hear Steven Greer learn his lesson on that score. He advocates open-sourcing and complete transparency for any free energy technical effort. He stated that secrecy and deception were Godzilla’s tools, and that he can’t be beaten at his game. I heartily applaud that direction, even if Greer is still stuck in Level 10. There are worse places to be, but I strongly doubt that Level 10 will work. But Level 7 is the height of foolishness, for free energy newcomers who watched too many spy movies. Another adolescent level is Level 9, in which the free energy aspirants think that they can defeat Godzilla, usually violently. Level 9 is for the delusional Young Warriors, and it is the exclusive province of men. You can hear various activists threaten Godzilla with their ninja warriors and the like, but they don’t even know where to begin looking. When the Young Warriors arrive, hankering for a confrontation with Godzilla, the only thing that you can guarantee that is the only people threatened by such an approach are the Young Warriors themselves and those they say they are protecting. Godzilla chuckles when Young Warriors get all in a lather, to go fight the “bad guys,” like in cowboy movies. He is not threatened by such approaches. When people around us began making Level 9 boasts, they were the ones who attacked us, in the end, as they helped destroy the effort. The last major delusional level I call Level 11, which is where the megalomaniacs live, dreaming of becoming the Bill Gates of free energy and declaring themselves the Second Coming or Messiah. I had to wrestle with my own Level 11 delusions soon after becoming Dennis’s partner, before I was rudely disabused of my fantasies. I know the lure, but it is just one more way to lose one’s way. Billionaire “philanthropists” can also live there. Brian described his “anger and awe” when a free energy zillionaire made his strategy plain: wait like a vulture until the time is right to swoop in and take over the field. Billionaires swarmed Greer and Dennis, but they were all worthless opportunists who never parted with a dollar. To one degree or another, those levels are all rooted in scarcity and fear, not love, and not with an abundance mindset. Best, Wade