As documented in a previous article by The Mind Unleashed, electricity is the key to unleash world democracy and freedom.
“It’s well known that many wars are fought over resources, many times oil and other energy bases. Electricity is arguably the most essential staple for human survival; because with enough electricity, water can literally be extracted from thin air, which can then be used to plant and water crops.
With enough electricity, nearly all of humanity’s needs can be met.
Centralized energy, like most of us have now, is inherently dangerous to a free society. It can fluctuate, prices can be raised, and grids can be shut down or get damaged by natural disasters. The move toward localized production of electricity, then, is a move towards freedom, security, and democracy. Autonomous energy production is the precursor to an autonomous free society. The secondary effect of increased use of renewable energy is, of course, cleaner air and less pollution. We have all the reasons in the world to support this exciting new development.”
Their previous article pointed out the strides that some countries are taking to make the move toward solar and other sustainable energies. Now, an even more exciting development has been made in the most unlikely of places: an obscure home work shop in Virginia known privately as the “box full of creative chaos”.
Doug Coulter of Floyd, Virginia, lives in the woods in what he calls a “libertarian communism” community where he spends much of his life inventing and innovation in his home work shop.
What Doug has developed can be a game changer when it comes to providing the world’s electricity. He claims that:
“If this works, I’m about to anger several trillion dollar a year businesses.”
These businesses include gas and electric utilities and Big Oil companies.
Doug claims to be on the verge of cracking what has stumped scientists for decades: nuclear fusion. Doug runs an open source forum for scientists and engineers, where he got much of the research needed to crack this priceless problem. He says that once his nuclear fusion reactor is complete, it too will be open source so that anyone living anywhere will have access to the technology. Watch this video to see what he is up to:
Image and video by: Motherboard