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73,674.  Fact: The US government has pulled invention patents of anyone with a free energy invention.  The inventors usually end up imprisoned.  Fact: If you thought wireless technology was new, in the early 1900s Nikola Tesla revolutionised the electric industry by inventing a working wireless power plant, but after government intervention the public model never materialised.  (Free Energy & Electricity)  Illuminati - NWO, nightfallproject

 

 

4,390.  The birth of the electric world – light-bulbs, television, air conditioning, computers, every aspect of human life transformed.  (Humanity & Electricity)  Mankind: The Story of All of Us IX: Pioneers

 

 

5,802.  The scientific entertainment of the day was electricity.  (Evolution & Electricity & Humanity)  Jacob Bronowski, The Ascent of Man 1973: The Drive for Power 8/13    

 

 

28,864.  An invention caught Morgan’s eye – the light-bulb.  (United States & Banksters & Electricity)  The Men Who Built America V: A New Rival Emerges

 

28,865.  Tesla was working with a new form of electricity known as Alternating Current.  (United States & Electricity)  ibid.

 

28,866.  Funding Edison was a huge risk for Morgan.  (United States & Electricity & Banksters)  ibid.

 

 

28,867.  The inventor Nikola Tesla was inventing a new way to transmit electricity, and his technology was threatening to destroy everything J P Morgan and Thomas Edison had built.  (United States & Electricity & Invention)  The Men Who Built America VI: Owning It All

 

28,868.  A battle had broken out pitching J P Morgan and Thomas Edison against George Westinghouse and Nikola Tesla in a fight for control of the world’s largest power plant – at Niagara Falls.  (United States & Electricity)  ibid.

 

28,869.  [J P] Morgan ... was going to streamline the company, and his first step was to get rid of Thomas Edison.  (United States & Electricity)  ibid.

 

28,870.  Morgan’s new company – General Electric – immediately became one the most powerful corporations in the world.  (United States & Electricity)  ibid.

 

 

30,456.  Electricity will change Britain for ever.  (Great Britain & England & Electricity)  The British VI: Tale of Two Cities

 

 

48,064.  But electricity didn’t make steam redundant.  The thing that made possible the mass supply of electricity was steam.  (Steam & Engine & Industrial Revolution & England & Great Britain & Electricity)    Fred Dibnah’s Age of Steam: Steam and the Modern Age

 

 

48,126.  Electrification required miles and miles of costly overhead lines; diesel power was more straightforward.  (Steam & Engine & Railways & Electricity)  Time Shift: The Last Days of Steam BBC 2011

 

 

48,265.  In 1996 electric cars began to appear on roads all over California.  They were quiet and fast, produced no exhaust and ran without gasoline.  Ten years later these futuristic cars were almost entirely gone.  What happened?  (Car & Electricity)  Who Killed the Electric Car? 2006, director Chris Paine, narrator Martin Sheen 

 

48,266.  This wasn’t the first time the electric car was killed.  One hundred years ago there were more electrics on the road then there were gas cars.  (Car & Electricity)  ibid.

 

48,267.  The Impact Prototype became the EV1 – the first modern electric production car from a major US car company in nearly a century.  (Car & Electricity)  ibid.

 

48,268.  Oil companies also paid for editorials in national publications.  (Car & Electricity & Oil)  ibid.

 

48,269.  GM quietly closed its EV1 assembly line.  (Car & Electricity)  ibid.

 

48,270.  The car makers found a powerful new ally – the federal Government.  (Car & Electricity)  ibid.

 

48,271.  While hydrogen fuel cells offered an exciting alternative some time in the future, what would happen to the technology of today?  What would happen to the electric car?  (Car & Electricity)  ibid.

 

48,272.  California killed its electric car mandate – 24th April 2003.  (Car & Electricity)  ibid.

 

48,273.  Drivers held protests to save the electric car.  (Car & Electricity)  ibid.

 

48,274.  After the discovery of the crushed EV1s in Arizona, electric car drivers took action.  (Car & Electricity)  ibid.

 

48,275.  A better battery already existed.  (Car & Electricity & Battery)  ibid.

 

48,276.  Even as car companies made electric cars they fought them at every step ... Why would car companies campaign so hard against their own creation?  (Car & Electricity)  ibid.

 

48,277.  A fuel cell car powered by hydrogen made with electricity uses three to four times more energy than a car powered by batteries.  (Car & Electricity & Battery)  ibid.

 

 

48,281.  Yeah, well I think anyone who likes fast cars will love the Tesla.  And it has fantastic handling by the way.  I mean this car will crush a Porsche on the track, just crush it.  So if you like fast cars, you'll love this car.  And then oh, by the way, it happens to be electric and it’s twice the efficiency of a Prius.  (Cars & Electricity)  Elon Musk

 

 

48,664.  Compared to coal, which generates almost half the electricity in the United States, natural gas is indeed a cleaner, less polluting fuel.  But compared to, say, solar, it’s filthy.  And of course there is nothing renewable about natural gas.  (Fuel & Energy & Gas & Electricity)  Jeff Goodell

 

 

48,798.  We must all use less electricity.  Edward Heath

 

 

48,813.  As prime minister I want to speak to you simply [sic] and plainly about the grave emergency now facing our country.  In the House of Commons this afternoon I announced more severe restrictions on the use of electricity.  We are limiting the use of electricity to three days a week.  Edward Heath, televised address November 1973

 

 

48,799.  One of the biggest dangers out there - Magnetic Electric Fields ... Didn’t we do a show just last series about people who want you to wear magnetic fields to help you heal?  (Electricity & Magnetism)  Penn & Teller, Bullshit! Safety Hysteria s2e2

 

 

48,800.  Why, sir, there is every possibility that you will soon be able to tax it!  Michael Faraday 1791-1867 to Gladstone

 

 

48,804.  Much of the power grid could be down for three months and perhaps much longer.  The Universe: Total Eclipse s5e7

 

 

48,805.  Electric fields are generated by moving current.  And the Earth is one big moving current.  The Earth spins and the interior of the Earth is molten, liquid.  (Electricity & Earth)  Professor Laura Danly, Griffith Observatory

 

 

48,806.  Her own mother lived the latter years of her life in the horrible suspicion that electricity was dripping invisibly all over the house.  James Thurber, My Life and Hard Times 1933

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