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04-24-2007, 12:18 AM
Hi Stephen, Grassroots movment for all of this is the only way to go. It has to be pushed by the demand from the people.

For these out of the box technologies, the only real way I see these things becoming a practical reality is by having thousands of people around the world duplicate them the same way people around the world are experimenting with John Bedini's battery charging technologies.

There are already some simple plans, rotors, etc... being drafted out so there can be somewhat of a standard design for the Bob Teal concept modified by Peter Lindemann. People are already working on this. It is only a matter of time until many people are seeing results hands on with the Bob Teal attraction motor concept.

I think a great start for people are making things more efficient that they are already using or doing. Certain fuel and oil additives, using synthetics, etc... for home buying or making their own solar water heat since many people spend 1/2 their electric bill just heating water so why not heat it for free? (of course - the cost of the heat)...can be made for just a few hundred if done smart..one time fee and nothing else for years to come.

Anyway, just having people move towards a mindset that we are the ones who ultimately make the choices with our dollars. If people suddenly stopped buying vehicles with less than 40mpg on the highway, there would be mysterious increases in gas mileage in other cars. lol etc...

future pather
05-11-2007, 05:04 PM
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