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    Rommel
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    History in the making all around us…….all you had to do…is open your mind.

    Hmmm Rommel- Most people now days are burying their heads in the sand like an Ostrich. Try to take the time to take a good look around you in the next few days. Look at some uncensored media examples….like….The “associated press” web sites, http://www.infowars.com , http://themanicramblingsofaswede.wordpress.com/2007/08/03/31-similarities-between-hitler-and-president-bush/

    During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act………. Does anyone care anymore about their future?

    Things that make me go…. . . . . Hmmmm

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    People are capable of decieving others ,just like animals can so they will. Im not too sure if there was a time when it was better tough.
    With the easyness of gathering information and comparing we have not it just seems ridiculously obvious to a lot of us. For a lot of people it is confusing tough so they may just stop caring or thinking about it.
    Its scary, but we must believe reason will have more value in the end.
    oh yeah and that we wont frak things up too badly. 😕

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    PeanutsRevenge
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    So, this is how you’ve racked up soo many more posts than I have now 🙂

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    vihor
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    and this topic must be delete. open you own site rommel and leave us alone!

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    Viking62
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    Hlo Vihor…Long time no see my friend-I hope you are well;)

    I have some pieces of cloaked history here that may prove of some interest to everyone here in Scorched Land. I have been researching these technologies……”They are real”-I will let ya know how my 03 Honda Civic(36-41 mpg stock) does once I find…..a solution for bypassing the MAP sensor array. I would hate to have to go back to a standard induction auto to realize the potential $$ savings of this project.


    Now…to the History part……


    Hey, Rommel’ name appears here;) Imagine that………

    There are many urban myths regarding high mileage carburetors and unique energy devices. One of the most common stories is the two hundred miles per gallon carburetor patented and demonstrated in the mid-1930’s by Charles Pogue.

    My own years of study uncovered that this vaporizing carb did actually work so well that Standard Oil Company purchased the rights to the carburetor after reformulating gasoline with additives. This new fuel recipe corrupted the thermo-catalytic reaction that created such unusual efficiency and pollution reduction in the Pogue invention. Mr. Pogue’s carburetor was actually a molecular disruptor that broke the fuel molecules into the fundamental clean burning carbon and hydrogen gasses prior to combustion in the engine.

    The Pogue carburetor later showed up on American tanks and Australian Bren gun carriers in North Africa during WWII to assist in the defeat of Gen. Rommel’s diesel powered Panzer tanks. There was a metal shroud over the unit that stated: “Property of Standard Oil Co., No User Serviceable Parts, Do Not Remove This Cover”. General Rommel’s memoirs are reputed to attribute his defeat in North Africa to a secret Allied Super Carburetor.

    *Unfortunately, there are few people left living who can corroborate this story.*



    A modern example of very real suppression of clean energy technology that can be easily verified happened over the past month.

    P. Z. was selling an electric control unit (ECU) and electrolyser on e-Bay to make hydrogen fuel from water. He was selling these units to help subsidize his research on how to more than efficiently crack water into its component hydrogen and oxygen gasses. He had taken public information from expired patents and schematics from the Internet to build the units that he was selling.

    Z. had developed an improved circuit that exceeded Faraday output by a large measure using a resonant electrical pulse that literally kept itself tuned to the frequency best suited for maximum output. His unit blasted two gallons of water a minute into hydrogen/oxygen gas which was enough to run and auto or boat engine.

    He openly communicated with alternative energy Yahoo forum members on the workings of his assembly that he maintained was not practical for a car because of the large water consumption. However, he had a marine repair company, Z. Racing, and he wanted to develop marine engines that would literally run on water. Since the exhaust was also water, he had developed a fuel and pollution free marine power unit, every mariner’s dream.

    Soon after, P.Z. eased out of forum discussions in which he had been so formerly forthcoming citing legal concerns. At the same time, a friend of mine with his wife flew from Lexington, Kentucky to visit P. Z. in Brockton, Massachusetts. Their story from P. is a classic case of suppression of new energy technology:

    Two men in black from the Justice Department had visited Paul threatening that he would be subject to high fines and fifty years in prison if he sold anther unit due to national security concerns. Not long after, another group, whose identity P. did not disclose, offered him and his partners six million dollars to drop the project.

    Since our Federal Government(US) was not going to let him produce the units, P. and his business partners took the money. The use of threats and intimidation followed by a purchase of rights to the technology is why many emerging competitive energy concepts and products have been sitting on a black shelf. The participation of the Justice Department to assist the energy monopoly should outrage every patriotic American citizen!

    In Japan, the most prolific inventor of our time, Dr. Yoshiro Nakamatsu, who invented the floppy disk has over 3,000 patents that he recorded. One of those inventions is a working scooter that cracks hydrogen on demand from tap water to power a small fuel cell that feeds an electric motor. His motor vehicle can silently zip through traffic with only water vapor for exhaust. Instead of being suppressed by G-men, the Japanese people hold Dr. Nakamatsu in great esteem. Mazda and Lexus are working to adopt this amazing technology in automobiles.

    President G. W. B. promised to support a hydrogen economy. Last week, Congressman S. H. pledged his commitment in an interview in ST. MARY’S TODAY for new alternative energy technologies. However, when an enterprising American citizen does make the very means possible to escape consumption of fossil fuel and fulfill these political promises, agents of our government/s show up to suppress the technology.

    Unlike the stories surrounding the high mileage carburetor that Mr. Pogue engineered, the Z’s information is presently archived on the Internet and available to all who seek. Mr. Z’s is still alive though it may take a subpoena to get him to talk due to any disclosure agreement within his multi-million dollar contract not to develop his products.

    Unlike past stories, the smoking gun of energy suppression is available here and can be documented. Do not expect a Congressional investigation or full disclosure in the main steam media.

    The fact is: They don’t want you to know!
    Links to Tech.–> http://pesn.com/2007/11/29/9500461_Boyce_Electrolyzer_replications/
    http://video.aol.com/video-detail/hho-fuel-cell-bubblers-and-safety/4010477597
    http://peswiki.com/index.php/OS:Bob_Boyce_Electrolyzer_Plans

    L.J. 03/18/07

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