“Well I’m thinking of TedTalk… meh? Brett Holverstott may be interested.
But I’m thinking The Society For Classical Physics was up and running for fifteen years, Mills has slowly built support and confirmation since the inception, there’s physicists and theoreticians from London to Russia to India to Japan to South Korea to New Zealand to Italy… that are at least open to The Grand Unified Theory Of Classical Physics… some people are hailing it as the greatest scientific work since Newton Principia… they want Standard Model and Quantum in the dustbin of history… organise an international conference!
I’m thinking Vienna! Just to take the piss! 😀 On a number of levels.
(that and the U.S may not let me in)
The question is…
“Will hydrino energy and the Grand Unified Theory Of Classical have a beneficial impact upon human civilisation?”…
The answer is, it’s the same as EVERY other technology and discovery throughout history… it’s how it’s wielded, by whom, and for what purpose.
The way our civilisation functions today (and has functioned for the previous 12,800 years)… the psychopathic ruling elite will control all aspects to energy, eugenics, and ‘money’… The Grand Unified Theory Of Classical Physics will create a technological revolution for the 21st century… but by the end of that century, I imagine (in all seriousness), the planets elites will be well on their way to becoming immortal intergalactic GODS, whilst the rest of the mere mortal humans will be a subservient species at the complete mercy of their overlord masters.
And all those science fictions films, portraying terrifying planet conquering, evil invading alien civilisations, hell bent on control of the Universe… THAT’LL BE US! 😀
“The 20th century was the century of oil. From farm to fork, factory to freeway, there is no aspect of our modern life that has not been shaped by the oil industry. But as the “post-carbon” era of the 21st century comes into view, there are those who see this as the end of the oiligarchy. They couldn’t be more wrong. This is the remarkable true story of the world that Big Oil is creating, and how they plan to bring it about.”
Shortly before SoCP was terminated, Dr. Mills expressed an interest in expanding finance models. This was in association with the discussion concerning cryptocurrency. It may be important to examine this from a broader and historical perspective.
James Corbett is an extraordinary documentarian. There are many types of people in the world. Most of us want to mind our own business, to be helpful to people we know, and sometimes to people we don’t know, displaying altruism on occasion. Witness the explosion of helpful videos on YouTube, unrewarded. Few of us are psychotic or sociopathic. We may have ambitions, but ruling the world is not something the ordinary person becomes obsessed with doing. Sure, we’re not perfect, but we feel shame or guilt when we realize we did something wrong. We tend to believe in the golden rule, even if we do not consistently follow it. Most of us tend to believe that psychotics are scary people who live in the shadows, away from respectable people. Many psychotics do live obscurely, but some adapt to very challenging lifestyles, and command prestige. They can be quite likeable. Consider the psychologist Ted Bundy.
Corbett is vitally aware that psychologically dangerous people occupy social positions of great prestige, and I think he explains his clear thinking well. He believes that he sees through a lot of deceptions, and his opinions are worth considering, IMO.
The linked video is wide-ranging. The common thread is the way that energy has been used to control society, and which members of society benefit, and why, as well as the cost to the ordinary members of society.
Corbett is hardly alone in these views. If he is at least somewhat correct, then I would think it is not a stretch to conclude that Dr. Mills should take this history into consideration, because powerful psychotic people do not yield their power willingly. One need not be a psychotic to defeat a psychotic, but it helps. That is, a successful psychotic can be a very formidable opponent, and if you do not realize what you are up against, and how to fight, you will lose.
Dude… we’ve been living under the control of psychopaths for the past 12,800 years! (not because of aliens or demons, but because of a cometary impact that almost wiped our species out, we’re a traumatised species)… OUR CIVILISATION IS BUILT UPON SURVIVAL MODE (the lowest form of consciousness), it rewards the psychopath and elevates him (or her) to the top level of feudal oligarchy (whether that be Fascism, Communism, Capitalism, Monarchism, any ‘ism’)… … when you realise what ‘money’ actually is! Its a Babylonian magic trick… it’s the RESISTOR to the amount of the Suns energy in human society! If humans did away with it, they would be a peaceful, intergalactic, space faring civilisation (Type 2)… even if you don’t believe in ‘conspiracies’ as such, look into the work of Jacques Fresco and The Venus Project… money is a form of control, it is the resistor to the amount of the Suns energy in society… Mills has brought the power of the Sun down to the surface of planet Earth… THINGS ARE GOING TO CHANGE IN A BIG WAY FOR THIS SPECIES!
Whether that be a Star Trek civilisation, or a Jupiter Ascending civilisation (where the elites become immortal Gods, and the rest become fully obedient slaves… essentially a lower species)… things will change in the next 100 years! 😀
…Another thing to consider is, the last time we had a technological revolution of magnitude (The Industrial Revolution), the human population exploded from 1 billion to 7 billion in 200 years… … what do you think the effect of Mills’s discovery (energy, medicine, genetics etc.) is going to be? Do you think the planet can cope with another population explosion? Big things many people are not considering!
And who gives a shit for the Saudis? 😀 (they have no nukes for a reason!) They can fuck off and try selling sand! Us Brits created the Saudis, we can destroy them whenever we wish!
ALL GOVERNMENTS ARE PSYCHOPATHIC!
Larry Kummer, Editor
Book, Film, & TV Reviews, New Industrial Revolution
27 January 2016
Summary: Will our future be like Star Trek or Jupiter Ascending? Star Trek shows us a world beyond scarcity where everybody benefits. In Jupiter Ascending the 1% takes the wealth produced by technology and uses it to rule us. We can choose to make Star Trek our future if we are willing to work for it, but now we’re condemning our children to live in Jupiter Ascending.
Consider the increase in the West’s wealth since 1750 and the advancement in technology. Imagine similar progress for another 250 years, to the time of the original Star Trek TV series. Rick Webb describes that world in “The Economics of Star Trek: The Proto-Post Scarcity Economy“, a market economy whose productivity allows the government to easily provide a high basic income allowance to everybody.
“The amount of welfare benefits available to all citizens is in excess of the needs of the citizens. … Citizens have no financial need to work, as their benefits are more than enough to provide a comfortable life, and there is, clearly, universal health care and education. The Federation has clearly taken the plunge to the other side of people’s fears about European socialist capitalism: yes, some people might not work. So What? Good for them. We think most still will.”
Discussions about Star Trek often focus on what we do with the abundance of goods and services produced by their fantastic tech. It’s fun, like composing fantasy football teams or designing the ideal Prime Directive.
In our world the 1% shows us an alternative to Star Trek. The largest fraction of America’s increased income since 1970 has gone to the 1% — and even more to the .1%. They could share the booty (nobody can consume a billion dollars in a lifetime), but prefer instead to amass wealth and power. Why would this change with the invention of robots and replicators? Continue current trends for a few centuries and you reach Jupiter Ascending — a world of servants and lords, where the rich own planets, live almost forever, and harvest the peons. A world like that of our past, as seen in Pride and Prejudice.
This is the natural course of events for our future. Increased productivity comes from machines and intellectual property. Those who build them earn a living, while the wealth they create goes to those who own them. Software engineers live in nice homes while plutocrats own estates, yachts, submarines, and jets.
Our society has begun to adapt our new reality. The institutions formerly supported by the middle class, such as magazines and charities, find rich patrons to survive. Unions, the center of organized opposition to the 1%, have faded to shadows of their former strength. The major Republican candidates for president agree that taxes on the rich must fall and social services for the rest must be cut. Hillary, like her husband, likes the current rate at which the 1% grows in power and wealth, but wishes to tinker at the edges.
Visions of a great future, like that of Star Trek, can inspire us to act. But the window to do so will close eventually, if the 1% gains enough power that they become invincible. We will leave a dark future to our children if we continue our passivity. Perhaps that fear can shake us from our apathy.
I would say the ONLY way to prevent a dystopian future, where the ruling psychopathic elite have become immortal Gods, ruling their own planets (like Scientology, but for real! :D)… is to completely abandon the concept of money, of Government… The Venus Project… it’s the only way.
“Well I invited them (or a representative) to The Shard in August… didn’t happen. They invited me to The Shard just two weeks ago (wine tasting), it was too short notice… … we just keep fleetingly passing each other Rothschild!… it’s meant to be.” 😀
Perhaps I wont see any middle fingers from way up here! (goy)
“For the first time in human history the power of the Sun has been brought down to planet Earth”
“The biggest discovery since fire”
“This overturns EVERYTHING! Fossil fuels, ALL energy industries, medicine, chemistry,space… the global financial system… I imagine a few people in The City are aware of it.”
“‘Futurist’?… i.e. someone who actually gives a shit about tomorrow? Cares about the fate of their own species?… Someone who isn’t infanticidal?
My philosophy when it comes the future of humanity is quite simple… if you aren’t down for creating a world free of tyranny, a civilisation in harmony with nature and the laws of nature, where every man, woman and child is free to prosper and pursue their own interests with no burdens or restrictions… … FUCK OFF AND FIND ANOTHER ONE!… … … I’m like Jor-El” 😀
“the applications of limitless unbounded energy are only constrained by human imagination, ingenuity and ambition” – Dr Randell Mills
Jobs, Musk…Mills? Every now and then, a revolutionary thinker imagines a future the rest of us can’t, or in the case of Randell Mills, imagines technology that defies the laws of quantum mechanics. Initially mocked, Jobs retains a godlike status, even posthumously. And Musk, well, he’s proved skeptics wrong for years, and yet his talk of Hyperloop Pods traveling at hundreds of miles per hour under the streets of L.A. seems like fantasy to many.
If there is one thing I’ve learned from working for and alongside hundreds of entrepreneurs over the last two decades it is this: pay attention to big thinkers whose ideas presently seem unimaginable, especially when these thinkers are determined to transform the world.
Give me the chance to connect with them personally, and I’m all in.
Not without his own skeptics, I recently had the chance to sit down with Mills and hear about his latest invention, the Sun Cell, which promises to bring clean and cheap energy to the world. As we chatted, I found myself imagining the possibilities and the potential. Lifting millions from poverty? Check. Tackling climate change. Check again.
Mills says the SunCell works by generating electricity with hydrogen being converted to dark matter by using water in the air, and the reaction packs 200 times the energy of burning conventional gasoline. Sound too good to be true? Well, Mills is betting SunCell will soon be commercialized, and strategic investors are backing that bet. Brilliant Light Power (which Mills founded in 1991), has raised $120M to date and has recently completed a $20M funding round.
Imagine living in a world where the grid does not exist and where everyone has access to power, no matter who you are or what part of the world you live. That would be something else.
Rebekah Iliff: Do you consider yourself an inventor, an innovator, an entrepreneur, a social entrepreneur, or a futurist?
Randell Mills: All of the above. To do what I do, you not only need to be an inventor and a theorist but also have a firm comprehension of how to make things work in practice. When your goal is nothing less than delivering a power source greater than fire, your only choice is to be multi-faceted. Otherwise, you’re just making incremental improvements, not holistic leaps forward. High-energy dark-matter power as a business seems totally impractical. It is barely fathomable, so you’ve got to tackle theory, innovation, invention, and practical business simultaneously.
RI: You are a trained medical doctor. Why did you choose to focus on energy?
RM: If you look broadly at science and technology, one thing is ultimately connected to another, and energy just naturally called to me. In fact, I’ve invented in a number of different areas, including hydrogen energy technology, computational chemical design, magnetic resonance imaging, drug delivery, artificial intelligence and more. But there’s really no better opportunity to work on something that could be so profoundly disruptive.
“The ramifications of bringing cheap and clean energy to the world are transformational. Ultimately, I’m working to change our perception of the universe. So instead of having tunnel vision into a single aspect of quantum theory, I had to become a cross disciplinarian.” – Dr. Randell Mills
RI: Explain the SunCell for dummies.
RM: It’s a massive lightbulb that is on 24/7 and produces cheap and clean energy from the hydrogen atoms of water. It’s lit by a reaction between of hydrogen of water molecules to dark matter using the humidity in the air as the water source. It’s over 1000 times as powerful as high-octane gasoline, and the power is directly converted to electricity using photovoltaic cells.
RI: What does the world look like when you’ve commercialized the SunCell?
RM: Everything will be powered by the SunCell. Solar, wind, bio fuels, and nuclear will all be replaced. The grid will be unnecessary. Utilities will be unnecessary. There would be no pollution and limited energy regulation. As the SunCell is fully autonomous, energy delivery becomes impervious to disruption from war, terror, and natural disaster. Importantly, underdeveloped countries will have the same potential lifestyle and productivity as the developed world. Each SunCell could also serve as a self-powered, autonomous node in a mesh network that could replace the Internet.
RI: How would it impact jobs?
RM: Jobs are created by wealth. If you have something that encourages productivity, then there will be jobs. The SunCell encourages productivity by leveling and equally distributing the energy playing field for virtually anyone, anywhere. There is literature about GDP and energy dependency, and it’s very revealing in terms of how dependent we are on power.
RI: I know a lot of folks at your level would let ego get in the way. How do you stay grounded?
RM: My background is helpful. I didn’t come from the Ivy League. Most people in my life were not Harvard or MIT graduates. They weren’t captains of industry. They were honest and worked hard. I grew up on a farm in Cochranville, Pennsylvania, where life was very challenging and humbling. You earned an appreciation for dangerous equipment at an early age. I’ve interacted with all types of people from every stature in life, and I’ve always maintained that simple farmer’s perspective.
RI: What is your PR strategy around this? How do you plan on shifting the public opinion enough to override business as usual?
RM: We have a multi-pronged approach. We’re introducing state-of-the-art theory, science, and technology that astonishes experts with quantifiable and verifiable results in multiple scientific and technological fields, and we are building a machine with a story behind it that blows everyone else away. Within a couple months we should be ready to show its commercial potential.
RI: Any parting thoughts you’d like to share?
RM: I think the next “age” is an age where mankind has a manual of the universe and knows exactly how the universe works. We then begin to create previously unimaginable inventions by applying this manual and the newly discovered laws that come along with it. The next big future is the physical age.
“Practically speaking, I think that beyond SunCell, visionaries like Elon Musk will introduce entirely new technologies that people haven’t even conceived of. The pace will only increase in the coming years, as we will see similar types of disruptive and enabling technologies come to market.” – Dr. Randell Mills
Britain¿s leading space scientist Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock unveils the SmartThings Future Living Report, which predicts that within the next 100 years, as Earth¿s resources become exhausted, communities and cities will develop on the Moon before moving out into the galaxy, onto Mars and beyond. The report was commissioned by Samsung. EMBARGOED TO 00.01hrs 15th February 2016.
“For the first time in human history, the power of the Sun has been brought down to the surface of planet Earth. We are about to enter a new technological golden age. This energy source (hydrino) threatens the current global financial system… Now would be a good time for human civilisation to take a good look at itself and decide its fate!
I’m talking about The Venus Project, and the work of the late Jacques Fresco… a global resource based economy… no poverty, no war, no environmental destruction… and we’d become an intergalactic, space faring civilisation within a generation, colonising the cosmos for the next 440 billion years! (until the Universe exhausts it’s conversion of energy into matter during it’s annihilation phase, and the Universe begins to contract… according to GUT-CP! :D)
Or we’ll perish. It’s that simple…