Pulling Energy from the Vacuum

This is an interview with Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden, a well-known free energy researcher. He speaks extensively about how it is possible to derive usable energy from the vacuum without violating any currently known laws of physics. He and others have built electromechanical devices which actually demonstrate this technology. He also explains how certain powers would rather keep this technology from becoming widely known and how the suppression of free energy technology is accomplished in many cases.

Source: Sirius Disclosure

Interview with a Flying Saucer Pilot

In this video, Project Camelot conducts a fascinating interview with alternative researcher Ralph Ring. He is one of the surviving members of a team of technicians and scientists who worked for legendary inventor Otis T. Carr. Ralph discusses natural law, magnetics research, levitation, Nikola Tesla, government suppression of their work, and much more. Beginning at about 36 minutes, he describes their development of the OTC-X1 flying saucer and his test flight in this craft.

Source: Project Camelot

Dr. Steven Greer: Introduction to Free Energy

Dr. Greer presents a special briefing that includes an introduction to free energy science and technology. He talks about free energy devices and inventors and the strategy for promoting such energy systems. He also talks about the suppression and other factors that have held this technology back. This briefing was conducted in the DC area during April of 2014. See the Sirius Disclosure website for more information about Dr. Greer’s work involving new energy systems and more.

Dr. Greer’s special briefing is continued in the videos listed below.

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The Science Behind Star Trek’s Warp Drive

The following video from the Smithsonian Channel presents information about the warp drive propulsion concept and the possibility of achieving such a breakthrough. Although antimatter is mentioned as a power source, it is possible that free energy obtained from the quantum vacuum might be used instead.

Additional videos which provide more information about the warp drive concept followed by movie scenes depicting warp drive flight: