Sunday, November 06, 2005


Randell Mills of Harvard University claims to have built a prototype power source of near limitless power, that costs virtually nothing, uses tiny amounts of water as it's fuel, and produces next to no waste.

He claims millions of dollars in investment, and is just months away from unveiling his creation.

It's existence has been verified by independent scientists, but there is a slight problem. Apparently it goes against the theory of quantum mechanics and has several scientists up in arms protesting that what he claims to have achieved is impossible.

Why - because they didn't think of it first?

The scientific community needs to get rid of it's petty jealousies and very large ego and develop a more open minded culture towards new and innovative science.

I for one hope Mr. Randell is kosher. Who cares if the rules of quantum mechanics are being questioned, and some egg-head who is so far up his own backside with self-importance is proved wrong.

This has a huge potential for the good of the planet, and that is all that matters in the long run.



Blogger Kim Ayres said...

If he is for real, what's the chances the oil industries will make sure that he dies in an accident and all his research is buried in litigation for centuries to come?

2:38 PM  
Blogger kats said...

A very good chance Kim, but I sincerely hope not.


2:43 PM  
Blogger Six Years Late said...

Fantastic. All great scientist's have been denegrated and debunked by their peers. Castigated as loons of the highest order.

Let's hope he isn't actually a loon.

10:32 AM  
Blogger Lightning said...

In this world you get nothing for free, especially where power or energy are concerned, so lets say I'm not too hopeful at this theory

1:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The oil companys will get it one way or the other, as they have all the money and power that they need to keep things like this from the rest of the world,and that they can contenue to make this a poison world to live in for there greed

8:15 PM  

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