Book-1 Chapter 16: Imagine – Wireless Power Distribution

Andre tells Dr.K. about wireless power distribution on the island.

“But why not put the batteries under the hood?”

“I said nothing of batteries!”

“The electric motors must get their electricity from something?”

Andre stamped his foot on the grass. Dr. K. leaned over and
looked at his foot. Andre pounded it again and smiled. As Dr. K.
looked up at him he held out his arm and pointed off in the distance.
Dr. K. turned around on his chaise lounge and looked in that
direction. “See it there on the hill top?”

“The antenna?”

“That’s what one might think. But look closely at it. See the large
ball shape at the very top.” Dr. K. nodded. “That can be seen from
everywhere on the island. And it goes down into the ground by a
multiple of its height above ground. Think of it as a kind of tuning
fork. It has been placed precisely in that spot, because of the natural
waves of energy that are there.”

“So there’s a power station under there that…”

Andre shook his head. Then he stamped his foot again. “This is
the power source.”

“Oh, geothermal…”

He shook his head ‘No’ again.

“Natural gas?”

“The earth is alive with electromagnetic energy. Have you ever
seen a time lapse movie of a lightning storm?”
“No…”

“The lightning goes from the earth out into the clouds, not the
other way around. That rod taps into that power.”

“But what happens when it runs out?”

Andre smiled, “It doesn’t!”

“But you still need to get that power to the car, to the homes.”

“See the long antenna on the car. And behind you the berm home
has an antenna. Each one receives all the power it needs from the one
energy beacon on that hill.”

“That is amazing; you could make a fortune with this
technology.”

Andre shook his head. “Many of the components have been
patented or incorporated as subsystems of other patents. Those
owners would never allow you to sell it… never.”

“But this technology alone could help billions of people around
the world. This would, in one fell swoop, negate military conflicts
over oil resources.”

“Ah, there you have it doctor. As I said, this technology has been
known by certain principals, since the end of the war. And yet they
have made no attempt to bring it to market.”

“But why?”

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