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Inventor Creates Plasma Battery That Lives Longer Than People Using Thorium

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Maybe by next year the only gasoline you will have top buy will be for your lawn mower!  No I am not on drugs nor dreaming. Some very clever inventors figured out how to capture the same plasma energy we see every day in lightning bolts, solar flare eruptions and the Northern Lights and packaged it in a nuclear battery that never needs a recharge. Yes, I said the "N" word but this is safe green Thorium that has the same radiation level as a cell phone.  How does it work?  How should I know - I'm no rocket sicientist but these links can better explain than me:

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Perhaps, a free and open government, like what was promised by the current WH incumbent, might be the number one issue for the 2012 Presidential & Congressional election!

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Nice work Jim!  Now check out the law suit filed by Tom Valone who used to work at the U.S. Patent Office.  T


Tom Valone is a former patent examiner who was fired years ago from the patent office and recently won a lawsuit against the US Patent Office. Tom was awarded reinstatement and six years of back pay. Dr Thomas Valone estimated that patent applications for FREE ENERGY related technology have been "secretized" over 3,000 times over the years.


In a 2001 email to Gary Vesperman, Valone wrote in part: Quote-"As a former Patent Examiner, I can tell you that the number of "securitized" patents in the vault at the Patent Office (Park 5 Bldg.) is closer to 4000 or more. They never receive a patent number, and the inventor is rarely, if ever, compensated by the government for use of the invention." The U.S. Patent Office has a nine-member committee that screens patents for national security implications. A hidden purpose of this committee is to also screen energy-related patents which could threaten the power and fossil fuel companies, 


I found this at this link...


Then these are two recent links I just found confirm what you and I both said:


What is surprising is that people have been talking about these damn batteries since 2010 on line and other references going back to 1998 can be found (Dr. Khanna of Harvard)  So all this time we have falsely led to believe the sky is falling in the energy world, paying sky high prices for gas, when we had solutions at least five or more years ago!


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Nice work Digger.  Here is a pertinent article from a Coulmbia Law Professor  (Unger) that is enlightening:


But if I wanted to be the devil's advocate I would use the bird flu story to make a good argument as per this link:


Personally I despise all censorship, even at forum and blog sights and when my stuff gets censored for no reason, I will report the forum or blog site to RipOff Report and and so everyone knows to expect bias and slanted opinions for all to see.  People need to fight back against all censorshsip - especially green technology suppression.  Someone once said... "You are either part of the solution or part of the problem".

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Sorry, I forgot to share this with you Digger...

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I agree glow, they are deliberately keeping this under wraps.  I just found this link which leads to even more links that makes my blood boil. I cannot believe people are not outraged by this cover-up. I mean coal plants and gas stations would both be endangered species right now - if not already extinct!  I think we should send private messages to everyone in every green forum and spread the word about Thorium plasma battery technology and forward some links to them like yours and this one...  Can you say "Collusion"?

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Originally Posted by diggerjim View Post

Perhaps, a free and open government, like what was promised by the current WH incumbent, might be the number one issue for the 2012 Presidential & Congressional election!


Well as an observer of American politics I would not have big hope for that...


And about green technology suppression I think it's mostly due to short-term perspective (read: till next elections) of most governments and still higher costs (in comparison with fossil fuels).

Besides I think that many governments (especially in countries which don't have fossil fuels -e.g. Germany see ---> ) may be actually interested in developing alternative energy to become more energy independent so I will remain sceptical about these theories of collusion to suppress green energy...

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Here is another interesting site that I think goes into some good detail about the laws that they use to cover up the technology and hide it from the public. You need to go to the bottom of page 3 to see the laws.  Does anyone know where to get the transcripts from the interview with Marina Petronov?  She is the wife or sister of the missing inventor Dimitri Petronov who disappeared two years ago.

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Nobody ever mentions how much new technology costs on a short and long-term basis.   So I did some digging and all I could find was these interesting link that also mentions the safety hazard issue. From what I see it would cost about $30 a year to power your car with one f the batteries regardless of how many miles you drive. Crazy.


Does anyone out there have more data or calculations?

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Newsflash... many things in our natural world radiate energy, the sun, stars, and 19 natural elements in our Earth - including Thorium (TH) which is a genuine gift from Mother Nature. FYI... Thorium is 100% natural and green because one pound of it can power and entire apartment building of 12 units for over 1 thousand years without requiring the burning of any fossil fuels, without emmiitting any emissions, without a carbon footprint, and without a negative impact on people, wild-life or the environment. As for the waste and radiation issues, see the attached and be sure to read this tutorial on Thorium: and you will see that this is in fact clean, green nuclear energy that yields more than 90 times the energy as uranium at half the cost with ZERO CHANCE of any catastrophic failure.  The experts at the CDC and EPA have publicly admitted that common coal is three time more harmful to people than Thorium.  Please tell me... how can any technology like Thorium that can eliminate every coal plant and exhaust gases not be called "green"?  And with Thorium any country including Iran, North Korea, etc. could have nuclear energy because Thorium cannot be used to make atomic weapons.  And just look at how plentiful it is right here in America...




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Edited by StrangeButTrue - 5/7/12 at 1:54am
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Originally Posted by NOTSURPRISED View Post

I was talking about this new technology with my neighbor who used to do consulting for NASA when America used to throw crazy money at the space program, and he says NASA had these batteries on the drawing board back in 1999 but he never got to see one. He has no doubt they are now in use but thinks they will never be available to the public because of their high value to the military. What a shame.


It may be another 10-20 years before the government admits to this technology. We will probably see it working in a future war in some super tank or ??????  But we already know that they are using our own tax money in government programs to hide this stuff from us. The most shameful part of this whole thing is that we are paying the slaries of people who are hiding technology from us that we paid for!. Check this out and see if you don't want to strangle the next Congressman you see!

Edited by CensorshipSucks - 5/23/12 at 3:21am
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They're already off the drawing board, we won't see this until oil is all used up. There are thousands upon thousands of these things already built and more are always being made. Smaller models about the size of a propane tank can power several blocks and the larger ones can power a city. No point in using this now while money can still be made off of petroleum. What a shame :/
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But my RoboMow  Lawn Mower only uses electricity  :) already 

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