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You are here: > News > July 7, 2012

The Rossi E-Cat Zooms Ahead of the Higgs Boson

The E-Cat represents a technology with immediate, real-world applications that could allow our civilization to continue. On the other hand, the Higgs Boson represents a possible discovery that has almost no immediate potential to improve our world, and requires billions of dollars in funding.

Discovery: The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) particle accelerator (pictured) was used ito discover the Higgs Boson particle earlier this week. (Source: DailyMail)

By Hank Mills
Pure Energy Systems News

The universe is a mysterious place, and we understand very little about how it works. Sadly, the challenges our civilization faces such as war, poverty, pollution, economic turmoil, and black swan events may not allow humanity to exist long enough to figure it out before our species goes extinct. If we are to learn how the universe works, breakthrough technologies, like cold fusion (LENR), need to be pursued, instead of multi-billion dollar projects, such as the search for the Higgs Boson, that will have very few real world applications in the short to medium term. 

What humanity needs at this moment are working technologies that can allow us to overcome the issues that threaten our civilization. The cold fusion based E-Cat is such a technology, because it could allow for almost unlimited energy production utilizing only tiny amounts of cheap fuel. With cold fusion technology, humanity could gain a tool that could allow for large scale desalinization of water, the transformation of deserts into farmland, and a massive reduction in pollution. In addition, the jobs created by a cold fusion revolution could stimulate the economy, and end the current global recession. This could all be done safely without the fear of Fukushima-like events. To be blunt, cold fusion technology holds the potential to transform our world from a hell planet of poverty and destruction, into a more advanced planet of enlightened prosperity.

On the other hand, the existence of the Higgs Boson offers no near term benefits to humanity. It may give us a bit more knowledge about the universe, but no one seems to be claiming one single technology that could be immediately developed using this knowledge. If the existence of the Higgs Boson could yield a warp drive, free energy device, gravity modifying device, or other breakthrough in a reasonable period of time, perhaps the billions of dollars spent would be worth it. But the truth is that, just like hot fusion research, the search for the Higgs Boson is a boondoggle. The funds could be better spent elsewhere, due to the lack of any near-term benefits.

If a fraction of the money spent on the search for the Higgs Boson had been put into cold fusion research twenty years ago, there would be no energy crisis today. Instead, cold fusion devices that could produce kilowatts of power and very high temperatures -- like the E-Cat -- would have been quickly developed and commercialized. 

Instead of putting money into practical technologies that could benefit all mankind in the near term, the career scientists naysayed exotic technologies like cold fusion, and lobbied for billions of dollars in additional funding for giant hot fusion reactors and particle colliders. All these years later, we have seen little or no return on the investment in the form of technological advancement. We are still stuck with rockets for propulsion and burning fossil fuels for energy. Literally, we are still in a technological dark age when it comes to the most fundamental of technologies -- energy and propulsion. (If you don't count the black/off-budget projects that use taxpayer money with no taxpayer benefit; and actually have the agenda of making us all slaves.)

I do not want to call the search for the Higgs Field or the Higgs Boson totally meaningless. However, I think Tesla's work (although still ignored by the mainstream) into the nature of the aether is much more meaningful. He worked for years to find ways of harnessing the aether to allow for practical applications. Some of these applications -- such as wireless power transfer and superluminal communication via longitudinal waves in the aether, and his black box that provided electrical power (from the aether) to run an electrical vehicle -- have been replicated. Others have not yet been replicated for the general population, as far as we know. But if a fraction of the billions of dollars spent on hot fusion and the search for the Higgs Boson were utilized to fund inventors with the open-mindedness of Tesla, I think the knowledge of how the universe works would be opened up to us very quickly. 

My personal belief is that all the most important breakthroughs and discoveries will come from projects that can be performed in an ordinary lab, with a modest amount of funding. I think expensive multi-billion dollar projects that require monstrous reactors and mile long particle accelerators belong in the future -- if ever -- after we have solved the more immediate issues facing our civilization. Once our civilization is stabilized, poverty is a thing of the past, we are not fighting wars over oil, and the destruction of our environment has been reduced, THEN it may be time for larger scale projects. Of course, by that time, the smaller scale projects may have figured almost everything out that the monolith projects were designed to explore. The commercialization of cold fusion, free energy, gravity modification, faster than light drives, and other technologies may have provided us with a more complete knowledge of how the universe works.

I think the E-Cat is a key example of a technology that was developed on a modest budget that will provide both solutions to the challenges our civilization faces, and a huge wealth of information about how our universe works.

In fact, cold fusion may end up telling us more about how our universe works than the existence of the Higgs Boson. In my opinion, once the world recognizes that cold fusion is a reality, it will turn the discovery of the Higgs Boson into a footnote in history. Also, it will expose how a field of study in which researchers are often forced to work on shoestring budgets, can yield greater benefits for humanity than a field of research that receives billions of dollars in funding. It will hopefully result in the end of "mainstream" and expensive hot fusion research, and projects like the Large Hadron Collider. 

Sterling's Comment: I sat next to a guy on a flight to Amsterdam last February who resigned in protest from the Hadron Collider project because of how dangerous it is, having the potential of annihilating the local universe.

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