Adam Abraham meets Paul Pantone, a speaker at the 2011 Extraordinary Technology Conference, held in Albuquerque, NM, by the TeslaTech organization. Pantone, gifted with what we might call “inventors thumb,” is the developer of Global Environmental Energy Technologies, widely known as GEET, a veritable library of ways and means to drastically improve the quality of life for America and the world.
The only problem is that while Americans want GEET, AMERICA doesn’t appear to.
What American isn’t interested in getting substantially higher gas mileage from their existing automobile, truck, motorcycle, or generator, not only polluting less, but actually increasing oxygen levels in the atmosphere?
GEET does this through an apparatus called a Fuel Processor, an on-board, compact plasma fuel refinery that, according to the web site, “renders just about any liquid useable and highly volatile fuel by cultivating electro-magnetic and other energy fields.”
Sounds too good to be true? Perhaps, but the sorrowful story of how various agencies have mandated arbitrary limits to what could even be spoken about the technology’s potential and promise, has come to sound all too typical.
Listen to the knowledge that this American holds and imagine how life would be different, if the world embraced GEET.
Adam Abraham interviews Paul Pantone
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