If you really think about the foundation of Capitalism; the first principle is the idea that you put the time and effort into the production of a product and or service and expect to be paid for it. Can I ask you what is the argument against Capitalism?
I have heard people say that Capitalism is corrupt. However, the people who benefit from it have never stolen from anyone for the most part and yet the people who benefit from the socialist model consistently use the government to steal for them through taxation. I ask you again, where is the corruption?
The people who used to Capitalist system to succeed found a nitch in industry that was not yet taped at the time. They saw an opportunity an took it. These opportunities come around all the time but I have never had the courage to act. Time is money. We seem to be willing to punch a clock for someone else but when the time comes to put our money where our mouth is we tend to back down.
Tesla, DaVinci, Michaelangelo, Galileo and even Sir Isaac Newton, all had similar theorys about how the make a flying machine.
We have called this Leonardo da Vinci’s helicopter for years. But I don’t believe it was ever meant to be a helicopter at all. I believe that da Vinci may have been working on a vortex drive.
“The first artificial satellite launched famously into orbit was the Russian satellite Sputnik, in 1957. Prior to this, rockets had been used to launch missiles for warfare. The first rocket able to fly high enough to get into space was the German A4/V-2 rocket family launched in 1942. Considering early powered flight and early models of the aeroplane these advances still only date back to the beginning of the 20th century. However there are many books and websites which forcefully and passionately assert that technologically advanced aircraft and spacecraft were in common use over the Indian subcontinent thousands of years ago. These same sources claim that advanced space propulsion techniques being researched by NASA are in fact directly inspired by ancient flying machines.” (http://www.armaghplanet.com)
The story that I auoted from the link I gave at the end of the quote got my mind working.
If designs such as this can work to lighten a vehicle and even create a field to protect the vehicle from a collision why hasn’t the automotive industry adopted it. I mean the design above looks a lot like the flywheel of a cars transmission. With a few modifications and the addition of Mercury we may have this effect:
Now here is where the corruption of Capitalism comes in. The auto industry make no effort to hide that they have considered this physical phenomenon. In fact GM used this concept in the GM Sun Racer. In case you don’t remember the Sun Racer is a concept car that made a trip from the East to West coasts of Australia.
We know this works! So why are we not using the technology? They answer is simple. The petroleum industry has a lock on our economy. In some way everyone is effected by the industry. The trickle down effect would destroy what people are comfortable with.
My calculations say that I could save 60 miles worth of gas by doing this to the pathfinder. I would need to lighten the car anyway to make it electric. By putting in the time and effort to make these changes I feel like I would be taking control of my life again.
Some material modifications would have to be made as well for instance the flywheel itself would have to be Copper to help generate the power needed for the vortex. The transition housing will be charged to steel that will become an electro magnet.
Every thing that I have talked about doing to my car is declassified and easy for the public to learn how to do. It is just a matter of are you willing to front the money and time to save at the pump? Personally I am sick of not making enough money to live and taking gas out of the picture would change that big time.