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    Default Who controls the power of energy

    This is something I been thinking about for a while on who will usher in robots and smarter technologies like self-driving cars.

    I put it on my blog and it seems to be getting tremendous response.
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    "If you look at the number of wars and foreign entanglements the US has engaged in since it went off the gold standard in 1971, you get the idea of why oil will never be replaced despite plenty of development in alternatives from zero-point to over-unity machines."

    Corporate America may still have oil and coal power generation but soon that will be gone. The UK and the major countries of the EU are currently using some form of zero point or over unity machines. The exact details I do not have. Specifically. But they do exist. The UK's electricity is being supplied by France. Did you see the high voltage transmission lines crossing the English Channel? No? Nor do we:-)

    "So why is electric ok? Well it uses crude for most of its energy source, so itís the ecology-light alternative. You are putting the emissions further away from you at the power plant versus your driveway."

    Actually, this statement is untrue for the most part. It is currently transitioning to free energy production and is transmission dependant.

    Vladimir Putin spoke about these advanced technologies at the Far Eastern Development Forum with invites to the world to participate. The West did not attend. Though I suspect there was a presence unofficially.

    I suppose to answer your question posed by the OP "Who controls the power?" then that would be the controllers who propose issueing the new "Phoenix" currency.

    I wonder who that would be?

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    Default Re: Who controls the power of energy

    As we are supposedly all energetic beings, ie beings of energy, if individually we learn to control or manage our own energy instead of allowing it to behave randomly, ie with no intention behind it, we might be able to say that we too control the power of energy. Maybe that is another reason why they want us to become less biological: because we probably would then never develop the sort of intention that can manipulate energy.

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    Quote The UK's electricity is being supplied by France. Did you see the high voltage transmission lines crossing the English Channel? No? Nor do we:-)
    I think it's generated right here, never mind the coal powered power stations that ARE still in operation & the huge number of solar panels, there are literally thousands of wind turbines, every farm has several, and there are are banks of hundreds in the shallow North Sea, if photo bucket hadn't lost the plot I'd post some pics.
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    Default Re: Who controls the power of energy

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    Quote The UK's electricity is being supplied by France. Did you see the high voltage transmission lines crossing the English Channel? No? Nor do we:-)
    I think it's generated right here, never mind the coal powered power stations that ARE still in operation & the huge number of solar panels, there are literally thousands of wind turbines, every farm has several, and there are are banks of hundreds in the shallow North Sea, if photo bucket hadn't lost the plot I'd post some pics.
    Yes no problem. I accept those references.

    However, what I had in mind was the involvement of the UK especially with Brexit impacting the shared development of Atomic Research. Leaving the EU means leaving the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom), the body that governs the transportation of radioactive materials needed in nuclear energy and research. Read more here:
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/scienc...Science-Centre
    The article itself, discusses the UK losing hegemony in this advanced level of research and implies a further degradation of the technical influence that the UK once had. This is directly associated with power generation as well as much more besides.

    In fact your kindly comment, reflects the current level of public engagement and understanding of scientific principles throughout the the UK culture. Am not being offensive but stating fact. Ignorance is bliss they say yet unacceptable in a Court of Law. Go figure.:-)

    I had in mind by my earlier comment the Hinkley Reactor Project, which is a French project financed by the UK Government. The vast majority of senior technical roles will be assigned to EU Engineers with a spattering of lower technical roles for the British et al. However this project is riven with controversy across all elements of the project and will laden the UK with astronomical over spend. All payed for by the tax payer.:-)

    You might find this interesting:
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/830...ny-brexit-deal
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