We have the means and motive to end the world’s water problems, but we don’t.
We have the means and motive to provide free and clean energy to the world, but we don’t.
Are we really this un-human? It is clear that those who can easily implement these changes do not want them to occur.
Manoj Bhargava, best known as the inventor of “5-Hour Energy,” has working models of things that should change the world overnight, yet large corporate and governmental interests shun his projects.
He has developed an exercise bike that, when ridden for one hour, generates enough clean energy to power a home for a day.
He has also developed the technology which allows for unlimited free energy by tapping into the earth’s core, but he receives no mainstream interest.
Similar to Dean Kamen, he has developed a water-purification machine which can quickly and efficiently distill large quantities of polluted water and transform it into hospital-grade water.
To boot, he has developed a non-invasive portable medical device which would drastically reduce health issues, and health care costs, worldwide. The only bad part is that no one is helping him.
All of these devices are able to be mass-produced for a fraction of their current cost.
With the proper initiative, these projects could be online and changing the world within months.
While the world gets worked into a frenzy, the solutions to the biggest problems we face are at our fingertips.
Are we up for the challenge, or is this the end?
Please watch this short documentary, get mad, and DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!
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