LENR – Replacing the fossil fuel oligopoly

I have a tenuous set of ideas to put forth here. The linkages I’ve outlined are frail if not ghostly, yet I offer them as a meager meal for thought.

$12 million seems a cheap price to pay for the future of humanity.

I remember when Steorn came out. I recall debating it on the forum there and my general hope but overall incredulous position that Steorn’s invention couldn’t possibly exist for the simplest reason that any such device would threaten the existing energy industrial complex machine dominated by the U.S. government and its underlying currency, the dollar. The same, I believe, applies to LENR.

LENR and the E-cat may never have been compared to atomic weapons but LENR’s potential impact on society might be just as formidable, just as disruptive. Atomic weapons were developed in the deepest of secrecy by the smartest of people available. Had anyone else been trying to develop such technology, the Russians for instance (who were and did), the U.S. government would have been trying their damnedest to discover, subsume or suppress any parallel efforts. The bomb was that important.

The advent of the atomic weapon forever changed the way society developed. The cold war, all of the constant espionage, the development of advanced submarines and the entire space race were due to changes atomic weapons wrought on society. It might even be said that many of the wars fought between democratic ideals and communist ones were due to the threat that nuclear weapons had on society.

If atomic weapons were so disruptive with regards to nation state security then, in turn, there is no way, in my opinion, LENR would be allowed to disrupt the fossil fuel oligopoly. I’ll elaborate. The entire world runs on oil. And the world’s oil supply passes through one currency, the U.S. dollar. Oil and the dollar are intricately linked. Threaten oil and you threaten the dollar. Threaten oil and you threaten world stability. (The UK’s DOD fleeting mention that joined LENR to OPEC state instability was fanciful nonsense if only because such a condition would never be allowed to develop.)

If we, for the time being, assume that the quick, broad adoption of a new, oil replacing energy source would be just as disruptive, and mostly likely more, than atomic weapons, then one would have to theorize that such a potential disruption would be thoroughly monitored and if found viable, subsumed or suppressed. Such a disruption would be catastrophic and would scarcely be left to toddle along without curtailment. Picture the disruption terrorism has confounded the world with. Threats to oil and its reserve currency would be a thousand times more shocking.

The NSA has been monitoring state security for decades. They’ve gone so far as to suspend the U.S. Constitution and invade citizen’s rights. This all in the name of the war on terror. Only through Edward Snowden do we know that such a supervision infiltration has persisted. This could be said to be excellent evidence of the government keeping constant tabs on all potential threats. As noted, the risk of terrorist activity pales in comparison to the menace an alter-energy source would have on the country’s oil supremacy. If so many billions of dollars were spent just to monitor potential terrorist activity, imagine the money spent to maintain the constant flow of oil. (Two Iraq Wars and countless military actions in oil supply states.)

If LENR is a threat to world stability its leading candidate, the E-cat, should have been worth a sight more than $12m.

Global warming doubters aside, humanity is in for a sequence of serious challenges if we don’t find another energy source aside from oil. The world needs LENR or a LENR like fossil fuel substitute now. The world needed it decades ago in fact. All ideas of threat aside, the economic potential of LENR, of the E-Cat, extends so far beyond anyone’s understanding that to make estimates is to invite shear conjecture. A hundred trillion dollars? 500 trillion over the next 100 years? It’s silly to guess. All estimates can’t possibly extrapolate the impact of a nearly free energy source on the world.

And this breakthrough, these technologies were all touted to be the savior of humans and planet alike. COPs greater than 2 or 5 or 10 or … were a godsend right? Indeed, thank the stars above. I mean, this cliff we are headed toward, or backing up against – being pressed to the edge, is looming disastrous. And the likes of Rossi, DGT, Brillioun, Blacklight, and others, their discoveries are going to save us. Right? Well, they all proposed that their devices would be our salvation. And that they would reap the rewards, and rightly so. They would be replacing the fossil fuel energy complex, that enormous expensive beast and I’m sure that would be worth a pretty penny. Rossi et al were going to be the seeds of that destructive creativity.

And so, for less than the cost of a mansion in Malibu I could have owned the premier alternative energy source that was going to save the world. A source more disruptive than atomic energy. An energy revelation that even the U.S. government failed to suppress or subsume. A tumultuous chaos rendering revolution in energy production that would topple Aramco, Gazprom, PetroChina and the others without a wimper. For $12 million dollaroonies. Such a deal.

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2 responses to “LENR – Replacing the fossil fuel oligopoly

  • Anony Mole

    In the end, Rossi is either a crook or a monster.

    As a crook he would be guilty of all the points addressed here over and over; the e-cat is a scam and Rossi is a con-artist.

    The other, to me, is more telling, and oddly enough, corroborates the fact that he is a crook…

    As a monster Rossi possesses a device that would save the human race from probable calamity ensuing from the the coming ailments the planet will endure, yet he covets the invention and plans for his own loathsome greedy advancement. To control such a mechanism of salvation and yet hoard its powers for personal gain can only be described as monstrous.

    Yes I’m quite aware of capitalism’s doctrine and an inventor’s rights to profit, I’ve heard it all. In 99.99% of cases I agree. But if Rossi were to truly own such an creation, all premises of business-as-usual are suspended. Such an innovation must be shared with the world. To do otherwise would be to award the inventor, not accolades and praise from the human race but contempt and ostracization.

    To graciously bestow upon the world’s civilization the gift of eternal free energy would place Rossi’s name in the hallmarks of history for at least the next ten millennia. The returns, both monetarily and of notoriety, would exceed any of his currently expressed dreams.

    So, would Rossi really be willing to risk being labeled a monster for all eternity? Would anyone? Or is he more likely just a crook?

  • Anony Mole

    The idea has history behind it. In 1985, Saudi Arabia decided to pump a lot more oil and increase its share of global oil sales. As a result, oil prices plunged by more than half, at one point in 1986 reaching $13 a barrel. The primary, unintended victim was the Soviet Union. “The Soviet Union lost approximately $20 billion per year, money without which the country simply could not survive,” wrote former Russian prime minister Yegor Gaidar. The economy went into a tailspin, as then did the politics, and in 1991, the Soviet Union was no more.

    Which makes oil the most fearsome weapon of all.

    http://qz.com/183313

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