Nuclear Physicist M.T. Keshe: We Already Have “Free Energy” and Antigravity Technology

 

Nuclear Physicist, M.T. Keshe: We Already Have “Free Energy” and Antigravity Technology

Posted: 01 Mar 2013 02:06 AM PST

In the first video, Dr. M.T. Keshe, an Iranian nuclear physicist and the founder of KesheFoundation.org, talks about the flaws of conventional science and why we need to steer away from the paradigm of conventional science. The problem with conventional science is that it has become like a religion. Anyone who question its paradigm are threatened and ridiculed by the people who control conventional science. For this reason, conventional science is not really science anymore.

One of my favorite parts of the video is when Dr. M.T. Keshe talks about the relationship between gravity and magnetic fields and how they hold the key to creating a flying vehicle that can travel at superluminal speeds, even faster than the speed of light. According to conventional science, traveling faster than the speed of light is impossible. Although, new discoveries in particle physics are forcing physicists to question the theory that claims nothing can travel faster than the speed of light.

According to my current understanding of physics, Dr. M.T. Keshe is right in many ways when he talks about the structure of the Universe and how “free energy” and antigravity work. His explanation of the Creator also correlates well with my explanation.

If Dr. M.T. Keshe’s technologies become available to the world and are used in harmony with nature, they could revolutionize the energy, health care, and technology system. Space travel could be very affordable in the very near future. More importantly, “free energy” technology will dramatically improve our standard of living, making poverty a thing in the past. This is because energy is the core determination of prices of goods and services. If only his “free energy” devices were based on the laws of Life Science, the energy produced by them would last forever.
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