Let's look at 7 unique discoveries that were hidden from the townsfolk. What would our world be like if it were not for the eternal struggle of official science against human ingenuity?
It is a material that can withstand the effects of ultrahigh temperatures - more than 10 000 degrees ... Again: not ten, but ten thousand !. The creator of the amazing composite is the amateur inventor from Yorkshire - Maurice Ward.
A unique invention "lit up" on the telecast "Tomorrows World" in March 90th year. To illustrate the possibilities of the material, the presenter covered one chicken egg with a layer of starlight, and the second left unchanged. Both eggs were heated with an acetylene torch, and the shell without "thermal protection" instantly melted. What was the surprise of the viewers, when after a 5-minute heating the composite covered egg remained unharmed! The host broke it - it was absolutely raw.
Thus, the heat-resistant composition, which in its characteristics "outperformed" even a quartz airgel, consists of 21 ingredients. Technology was simply doomed to worldwide fame, it could be launched into mass production, but ... In 2011, the inventor took with him to the grave the mystery of creating a starlight.
Generator Paul Bauman
Let's go to the Swiss commune Linden, to visit a community of 250 people. By the way, it has been developing energy for itself since 1980. Without any fuel.
We present to your attention electrostatic generators TESTIKA, designed by watchmaker Paul Baumann almost 35 years ago. 4 such miracle-machines produce power with a capacity of more than 750 kilowatts. This is quite enough to provide houses, a local film studio, a television center, a laboratory, a furniture factory, workshops, and public utility buildings. The device is based on the principle of the VIMSHURST generator ... and consists primarily of discs that rotate using the forces of electrostatic interaction. The main secret of miracle stations is the contents of grid condensers, that is, two large cylinders, without them the system will not function properly.
Gasoline for pennies
A unique technology for obtaining fuel from conventional rubbish was developed by a group of Russian scientists in 2012. The plant is able to transform almost everything - plastic, wood, paper, food waste - into a gasoline analogue in volumes sufficient to heat a multi-storey building.
Such a devilish machine, if it goes into mass production, will save mankind from the perennial problem of giant garbage dumps floating in the ocean of islands from domestic waste. Here it is, the way of saving nature and all mankind from the garbage apocalypse! Take, use!
However, the creation of a reasonable ecological and economical society is not included in the plans of the world elite. The image of humanity as a global parasite has long been hammered into our heads; this is done in order to legitimize the world policy of gradual, but radical reduction of the population of the Earth.
Transmission of energy through the thinnest wire
A few years ago, Russian scientists made a real revolution in physics - they developed a single-wire system for the transmission of electrical energy. The wire in question is only 8 microns in diameter. It is 10 times thinner than human hair! Scientists have demonstrated how a current of 25 kilowatts is transmitted through such a thread, which is virtually invisible to the naked eye. Such a wire is capable of supplying electricity to 2-3 cottages or a medium-sized store.
An interesting point - this invention works contrary to Ohm's law. Benefits from the introduction of miracle wires are obvious - losses during the transportation of electricity are almost zero, you do not need to spend tons of metal on the creation of thick multicore wires, you can refuse from numerous transformer substations. However, the energy industry pretends that nothing has happened especially, and in every possible way ignores the most useful development.
And this is the invention of 2003. A special panel collects the sun's rays in all available ranges, even at night! For comparison: the usual "finger" battery can have an average power of 1 ampere per hour. And the so-called "star" - 10 thousand amperes per hour.
The developers of miracle-batteries promised to launch it in mass production in 2005. They are still running. But this is not the whole list of unrealized inventions of mankind.
Hutchinson's antigravity effect
In 1979, Canadian researcher John Hutchinson, as a result of experiments with longitudinal fields of Tesla, opened an interesting series of effects. During the operation of high-voltage sources (most often, Van der Graaf generators, two or more Tesla coils), a zone is formed in which objects either begin to levitate or melt (if it is metal or wood).
Miracles Hutchinson interested entrepreneurs and government agencies, especially military research