About how many people are involved in a conspiracy to suppress information about you? -and which of the following organizations do they represent:
What University Professors and engineering societies and independent laboratories evaluated your device? -and what was their conclusion?
How is your invention different from that of John Gamgee in 1881?
Wouldn't Russia (spending billions and losing thousands of lives to radioactive waste) be willing to use Yull Browns technology to straighten out Chernobyl?
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NOTE- the following story appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer in 1996
right after that show where he promised to install machines
before the end of the year:
NEW TECHNOLOGY TO REALLY FEAR
By John Woestendiek
Technology - the very word scares many of us.
And what do we do with our fears, sports fans? That's right - if it's
convenient, if it's free, if parking is available - we confront them.
And what better place to wrestle with technology than the new CoreStates
Center, a marvel of technology in itself, it being the big-city sports
arena that most resembles - what were those things called with graham
crackers and marshmallows? That's it - a giant S'more.
So, on Monday night, I hustled on down to the CoreS'more - home of the
Flyers, the Sixers and, when they're in town, the World Wrestling
Federation - for ``America's Declaration of Energy Independence,'' a
technology show that was a lot like pro wrestling, only scarier.
It had plenty of ranting, bad-mouthing, brash promises, and, like any
wrestling match, it pitted good against evil - good being us put-upon
citizens, evil being government and corporations (oil, energy and
automakers) that, as Monday night's speaker, Dennis Lee, put it, have
conspired to suppress technology and are in ``dire need of a good fanny
AN ALLURING LURE
It was the full-page advertisement in this very newspaper that drew
``Prepare To Be Amazed, Even Shocked,'' it said, listing the technologies
to be demonstrated:
* An indestructible home-building product that will last 2,000 years;
hurricane-, tornado-, earthquake- and even fire-proof; and with which two
people can build a two-bedroom home in less than a week.
* ``A process that can power jet airplanes using nothing but water as
fuel.'' (Remind me not to volunteer for that first flight.)
* And the biggie: ``Technology that can totally NEUTRALIZE ALL RADIOACTIVE
NUCLEAR WASTE AND MAKE IT HARMLESS . . . in a matter of seconds. . . . The
most important demonstration of technology ever performed in history . .
I - being the type who thinks electricity comes from the wall socket,
takes for granted that there is indeed an engine under the hood of my car -
had no idea any of those things were possible. So I just had to go.
Walking into the center, I was handed two leaflets - one from Lee's
company, Better World Technology, to register for a free generator
installed at my home, which would provide me with free electricity forever.
The other - from an organization called RIGHTS - asked if I was ``fed
with oppressive and corrupt government'' and told me my ``birthrights''
have been ``systematically stolen'' from me. By obtaining a driver's
license and paying taxes - all of which, it said, are ``unilateral adhesion
contracts'' - I have become a ``14th Amendment slave.''
IN ODD COMPANY
As I sat down - in between a guy who looked like the Unabomber and a
who looked like John E. du Pont - Lee explained to the crowd of 3,500 that
there was no reason for us to be paying for electricity. He can make it
from the air. Stepping over extension cords (I'm not sure why he needed
those) and showing slides, he demonstrated how.
It was too technical for me, and my attention kept being diverted by
flashing sign that warned, ``Please be alert of pucks that may leave the
ice during tonight's game.''
For three hours, Lee demonstrated his contraptions and talked - about
need to separate ourselves,'' about how the government is ``killing and
harassing inventors,'' and about how he discovered free electricity.
``It was God's idea,'' he said. ``He woke me up at 3 in the morning.
. . .
God said, `Get a pencil and paper and write this down.' I got a pencil and
paper, and God revealed to me how to make energy out of the air.''
Like a lot of other people, I left without signing up for the free
generator - and before Lee demonstrated how to make the world safe from
nuclear waste, so I don't know if God told him how to do that, too, or if
he figured it out on his own. And I don't really care. It's all just a
little too weird.
On the other hand, if God ever wakes him up, sends him for a pencil,
fills him in on that water-to-wine technology, count me in.