June 22, 2012
Wireless energy transfer (WET), a.k.a. wireless energy transmission, is the transference of electromagnetic energy transmitted from a central power source without the use of connecting wires.
Tesla’s coil experiments , proving the feasibility of WET, during his experiments in Colorado in the early 1900’s were the pre-cursor to the “inventions” in this field today. After Tesla died, the US government confiscated all documents pertaining to his experiments and classified them. Since the 1950’s the US government has held this technology in secret.
In the UK, the induction power transfer (IPT) is the first commercially available wireless electric car charger. HaloIPT , a start-up corporation has released this technology in certain areas of England’s motorways or car parks. Electric cars will be charged automatically when the integrated receive pad is enabled.
General Motors (GM) has invested $5 million into a wireless charging device called PowerMat that uses inductive charging, which transmits electricity via magnets without any actual, physical connection. Since GM is owned by the US government, their new device may have more to do with the release of certain Tesla technology covertly.
Marin Soljačić, assistant professor at MIT, searching for ways to transmit power wirelessly, focused on midrange power that could charge portable devices, such as cell phones, PDAs and laptops. Using the phenomenon of resonant coupling, Soljačić was able to tune two objects to the same frequency to exchange energy.
Magnetic resonance can freely transfer magnetic fields with little effect on the surrounding environment. This technique enables devices to automatically recharge by wireless transfer.
Soljačić attracted the attention of the US Department of Defense (DoD); which are now funding more projects to prefect the technology. According to their Fiscal Year 2012 Operational Energy Budget Certification Report , they are researching experiments to facilitate the energy required for military operations. In the name of national security, the DoD is “directly [supporting] military operations [that] require a steady supply of energy for mission success”. WET technology obviously would expedite this need.
In conjunction with the “2009 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) directed the appointment of a Director of Operational Energy Plans and Programs in the DoD . . . are coordinating and overseeing program activities related to the implementation of operational energy [strategies], research and development, investments” for the exclusive use of the US government.
Dr. Heinz Schandal, lead researcher for the Social Systems, Institutions and Governance in the Social and Economic Sciences Program at CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, is working with governments and local communities in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region to make “recommendations” regarding industrial and developing nations and their relationship to sustainability.
Schandal, working with the United National Environment Program (UNEP), under the CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems Corporation , is coercing and pressuring nations worldwide through eco-terrorism to alter their lifestyle and consumption to reflect the UNEP’s international regulations.
In Australia, the UNEP and Schanal are admonishing the government of consequences of their resource use and emissions. Seeking to change governmental policy to reflect the UN’s sustainable development adherence, as well as control individual household rights to energy and consumption, Australia is being pressured to adopt the mandates in the Growing the Green Collar Economy report.
Under the Millennium Project of the American Council for the United Nations University is turning toward WET to answer global energy needs.
Soljačić’s technique for resonance transfer of magnetic fields is the perfect technology to further the UN’s movement toward governance over the world’s use of electricity. The UN admonishes carbon dioxide emissions as the direct causation to global warming (although this theory has been debunked by empirical scientific data). With wireless energy transmission, Jerome Glenn, director of the Millennium Project, claims they will avert a “potentially catastrophic” global problem “and eventually open up new energy sources such as solar panels in Earth’s orbit.”
Funding for the UN’s new control endeavor is coming from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in collaboration with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Electric Power Research Institute.
Essentially, the US government is working with the UN to develop wireless energy transmission technology for the express use of the UN.
The support of the US government in the schemes of global governance of the UN locks this once independent nation into being an accessory to the march of the globalist Elite toward one world government.