Thrive Movement one year after launch
Kimberly Carter Gamble, Foster's wife, gives a brief report on the last year's
developments since the Thrive documentary was released on 11.11.11. Their
primary area of interest and involvement has been in free energy, vetting many
technology claims. In 2013, they hope to facilitate the advancement of these
Pure Energy Systems News
Last year, on November 11, the Thrive Movement documentary was released. It has
awakened many people, both to the problems and the factors behind those, as well
as to the solutions.
Approximately 20 million people have seen the film, And some 400 activist groups
have sprung up around the planet because of the film.
The biggest area of solutions and activist interest from the film has been
surrounding free energy.
Free energy inventors have stepped forward, and the Thrive movement has
responded by assembling qualified scientists and business interests to help vet
and assist the inventors with the most promising technologies, similar to what
we are doing at the New Energy Systems Trust
Kimberly describes one of the scenarios in which someone said they had figured
out how to get the Howard Johnson magnet motor to work using just $127 in parts,
and that they had built two more that were powering their neighbor's houses.
That one turned out to be a scam (which we reported
on as well).
I think that it's good that we are friendly but not joined in our efforts. It's good to have separate movements tackling this endeavor. It increases the chances that one of these will get to market sooner.
In hearing that Thrive's reach was in the vicinity of "20 million", I was
curious how the traffic to our PES sites compares.
According to http://www.graphbuzz.com,
here is a comparison of pesn.com, peswiki.com and thrivemovement.com These
numbers represent site-wide traffic, not just the home page.
Isolated, both PESN and PESWiki get nearly as much traffic as ThriveMovement.com,
especially since June.
Back in November of last year when the Thrive documentary launched, the traffic from PESN and PESWiki combined nearly matched what ThriveMovement.com achieved.
Note that both of us have diminished in traffic over the last year, down nearly to half.
I'm guessing that this probably has to do with "breakthrough burnout", where people get weary of getting their hopes up for something that looks like it is about to emerge, only to be disappointed that either 1) it turned out to be way premature, 2) it turned out to be a fraud, or 3)
unforeseen obstacles arose significantly pushing back its launch.
I doubt that trend will reverse into an increasing direction until stuff actually starts making it to market. Then it will go viral. Getting
on a reality show will, of course, increase traffic, but not nearly as much as seeing one of these devices fully vindicated.
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