Do you know why we can overcome the crisis ?

jeudi 22 novembre 2012
Michel Vandenberghe
Market Development
Bretagne et Ile de France, France
Thank you for taking the 3 minutes needed to read this message.

There is still one short year, I had no idea about that. First understand what is at stake, then explanations will come. No point here is exposed unless it can be justified.

Let's me summarize what I've learned.

Imagine a "fuel" that would make possible to refuel your car once a year, say for 100 €, consider that 1% of required natural resources are sufficient to meet the energy needs of the entire the world, that this resource is recyclable, and consider a year of global GDP year would be required to convert the world to the new energy.

Here is the message: Know that we are on the eve of industrialization of this technology. We will have a clean, abundant and low cost energy.

Skeptical? Make an effort to imagine that this is a reality. You can imagine then the huge transformational impact caused by the application of this technology.

This end of year marks the transition between a before and after: Or the old world will capture this technology, that we should recognize as a gift, to survive and make the final step toward the abyss, or the world will receive it to build its future. It is now that what will make the choice is happening

Do you want to leave it others to decide for you?

The equation is simple. Massively reduce energy costs and have considerable resources to finance the transformation, to create a multitude of activities now non-viable given the cost of energy, for example in the recycling and processing of total waste ... including nuclear in the medium term ... to build a sustainable economy.

My daughterasked me what application would be the most remarkable. Thinking about a discussion with Bob, ​​a stove integrating its own source of energy in order to have billions of people not destroying the forest for cooking.

To succeed, we need to fund some key projects, to ensure they are conducted in an open manner to catalyze the efforts of a multitude of actors including included in the scientific sphere and ultimately change the game

Ladies and Gentlemen, are you ready to bring together 5 million to create the conditions? Remember that 100 billion have never been enough to ask the right question.

If you have any suggestions, thank you for sending me an email michel_vandenberghe at yahoo dot com.

Please, I ask you to forward this message to your contacts.

The next posts will give you the information needed to arrive at your own conclusions.

Thank you.
MV
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Alain Coetmeur trouve trouvent cette discussion intéressante
jeudi 22 novembre 2012
Alain Coetmeur
Veilleur, Modérateur, Evangeliste LENR, LENR Forum
Villejuif, France
vendredi 23 novembre 2012
Rob Woudenberg
Intellectual Property Counsel, Philips
Eindhoven, Pays-Bas
I'll give you two links to give everybody some thoughts:

- http://www.lenrproof.com/
- http://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=LENR
vendredi 23 novembre 2012
Alain Coetmeur
Veilleur, Modérateur, Evangeliste LENR, LENR Forum
Villejuif, France
I Just re-read that presentation by Marc Millis at NASA in 2009.
good arguments and summary, of history and of various key research.

at the end, from page 47
http://www.focus.it/fileflash/energia/fusioneFr...
an interesting guide how to make such innovative research...
maybe some ideas to take (even if the paper is targeted at research, not development).
vendredi 23 novembre 2012
Michel Vandenberghe
Market Development
Bretagne et Ile de France, France
Hello Rob, Great presentation from Tyler :-) Interesting as regards the 'trends" ......
vendredi 23 novembre 2012
Alain Coetmeur
Veilleur, Modérateur, Evangeliste LENR, LENR Forum
Villejuif, France
Ebulience increase and some bubbles pops:
http://www.lenrforum.eu/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=88...

E-cat world just publish an article about a British business analyst who wrote a column in a local newspaper:

Another approach that can be taken, is by using local media sources to share information about cold fusion. This is what Mark Saker, a British business analyst has done by writing a column titled, “Are we on the cusp of unlimited energy?” for his local newspaper, the Rutland and Stamford Mercury.

http://www.e-catworld.com/wp-content/uploads/20...

maybe you could collaborate ...