Reader: Electric Co-op is behind the times
The October 2012 issue of Arkansas Living contains Comments by Sandy Byrd, Vice President, Member and Public Relations Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas.
In this article, she attacks the Sierra Club for wanting to shut down coal-fired power plants and stop drilling for natural gas.
She also is against the Nuclear Power Research Group because they recommend the closing of all nuclear plants.
Her major complaint against these groups is that she doesn't believe that energy could be supplied to our nation simply from wind, solar and energy efficiency.
She might actually be correct. But, her argument is set in a very carefully limited framework.
As many of us know, alternative technologies have been invented that could provide free, clean energy. The patents on these technologies have often been buried by our government under the guise of national security.
That time is over.
On Sept. 21, 2012 an international conference was held in Belgium that was sponsored by the Keshe Foundation (keshefoundation.org).
At that conference, all scientists around the world were simultaneously given access to space technology and the gravitational and magnetic (Magravs) systems developed by M.T. Keshe, a nuclear engineer, for production and duplication.
According to the Keshe Foundation, through the distribution of this technology: "the energy crisis will be resolved at a stroke, and once the technology is put into practice the powers that control energy supplies and through them the present financial structures will find their hands empty."
How has this been done?
For the past six years, the Keshe Foundation have used the international patent system to make sure that every nation and major scientists around the world have a copy of the patents in their possession.
Thus they prevented any possible blocking of this technology by any individual or group and now most nations are in possession of their patents for energy generation, medical systems and space travel.
In this way, the methods used in the past to prevent international development have been circumvented and now all nations have the same opportunity to work together to see that this technology is developed safely.
The principal point is that this organization's technology is intended to be freely available to every government for the benefit of all its citizens.
Through the systems they developed, every nation can have access to as much energy, water and food as they need, as well as to new methods of health care and of transport, all at very little cost.
According to its charter the Keshe Foundation and all its technologies are owned by the peoples of the world. The patents are the assets of every individual on this planet and cannot be claimed by any one person or organization or nation. This means that all income generated by the technology belongs to the nation that makes use of it.
-- Ira Goodman