A comment on one of my posts yesterday included the URL for this post as a reference. Curious, I clicked on it, and OMG, if this isn’t amazing news, I don’t know what is, especially considering the source. . .
“Skunk Works. These people hold so many secrets that I assume they are the primary recruiting source of scientists entering government service off-the-books and into black-ops. They built the U2, the super fast SR 71, the stealth F117, and who knows what else.”
Amazed that I hadn’t seen this news elsewhere, though when I google it, it does come up in a number of places, from spring and summer.
July 24, 2013
by Rich Buckley
Clean Fusion Never Went Away (Ref URL: http://tinyurl.com/kwdyw24 )
Lockheed Martin Skunk Works did something I’ve never seen them do before. They stunningly announced (video http://tinyurl.com/b5ctqgo ) they are engaged in producing a Fusion generator and shooting for 2017 delivery.
Fusion — read that “clean fusion,” no radioactive materials impacting downwinders’ associated high levels of illnesses mapped by NIH hard-to-find official maps, of residents living downwind from our nuclear power plants… Leuren Moret http://tinyurl.com/lholfsa .
Lockheed says their idea is scalable right down to a 1-meter by 2-meter tank for a truck size, 100-mega watt, (power needs of a 100,000 population city including all it commercial and industrial needs) portable prototype device by 2017 and in full production over the following 10 years.
“Charles Chase of aerospace giant Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Programs, Skunk Works, says that in a process Skunk Works has developed they put deuterium gas in a 1m x 2m cylindrical reactor, and heat it up with RF energy to create a plasma. The plasma is confined by a magnetic field in a stable manner — much more stable than in a tokamak, according to Chase. This apparently created conditions in which fusion is much more possible.”
Consider the source, The Skunk Works. These people hold so many secrets that I assume they are the primary recruiting source of scientists entering government service off-the-books and into black-ops. They built the U2, the super fast SR 71, the stealth F117, and who knows what else.
So What Is Their Power Generation Idea?
Lockheed cliams their idea has a better containment magnetic field (in theory and in lab tests) than the colossal $20-Billion tokamak being assembled in France. The energy released through the Lockheed’s fusion generator produces excess heat energy http://tinyurl.com/b5ctqgo whch is then used to develop electrical power through conventional means. The inventor, Tom McQuire, from MIT, the prestigious school that effectively debunked cold fusion setting us back two decades with fusion-confusion-must-all-be-bad (see video at end of article) is given credit for the system’s design at Lockheed which says something profound about MIT and how truth in science is pursued on one track in secret (cold fusion research done in secret by the MIT cold fusion debunker establishment) vs. how money for science is pursed for mainstream projects in fear-based political correctness for continued funding regardless of merits:
….”it sheds massive magnets in favor of lightweight spherical metal grids which confine the fusing ions with purely electric fields. Also, the concept is ideally suited for direct electric conversion for power at very high efficiencies, eliminating much of the massive radiator required by nuclear fission and standard fusion schemes.”….
A Political Shot Across The Bow of Coal, Peak Oil, and Nuclear Power
Skunk Works is sending a shot across the bow of policy wonks at all levels, just in time for the 2016 US Presidential Election cycle. They would not come out of the den at Skunk Works and speak about anything unless the topic were being given a green light by the unimaginably powerful Black Ops scientific community, and those who run it. This is exactly how big changes become integrated into mainstream commerce.
I’ve been trying to think of and list reasons that fits my research on why Lockheed is engaging in this announcement. My list is short:
- Soft Theory: — The obvious is too obvious — Lockheed is saying we want clean fusion R&D money to develop our prototype. So political parties should talk about this during the next election cycle. Make a political party-plank out of it: “clean energy — clean fusion.” Even the Independent Party can support clean fusion R&D. Lockheed is known for keeping secrets and not known for engaging in public challanges to the most powerful energy cartels known to humankind. This is completely out of character for Lockheed. Some entity inside government is authorizing Lockheed to speak up publicly. The most likely power player behind this announcement is “The Center For Security Policy” (a CIA Asset) which is tacitly proposing we strengthen our electrical grid against EMP distruction. Lockheed’s proposal in effect, enables clean local power production everywhere, thus enabling small transformers as opposed to our dependence on super large, hard to transport, transformers. The thing is, clean power distribution seems to be a good idea from nearly every point of view except those who wish to depopulate the Earth.
- Hard Theory: The elite Illuminati cabal is in disarray on multiple fronts as people are awakening to their endless games of human sacrifice through it’s endless wars , environmental destruction, and global depopulation plans and we are breaking off from their peak oil, coal, and nuclear power cartels with all its corruption. So get ready for the next energy paradigm.
- Likely Theory: Our people at Lockheed already have a working prototype and computerized 3-D model with reliable and most importantly “repeatable performance” which is putting us confidently ahead of the competition and ready to build. We speak of helping the undeveloped world and it can, but do you seriously believe that this technology will not also be used in the developed world as well? Surely we do not need to explain to you what’s at stake?
How important is this Lockheed disclosure? I would rate it greater economically than any of the following: (1) The migration of vacuum tube to transistor, (2) Film to Digital (3) Copper wire to Fiber Optics. It will be a paradigm shift in the energy sector.
Yes, we can absorb it. These shifts take a decade or more to transition into full swing in the world economy. History shows impacted industries remake themselves successfully and survive. We can handle this disruption. Just don’t call what Lockheed is pursuing “cold fusion.” http://tinyurl.com/mzhxt99