Stanley Meyers was an inventor who created and patented a device that generates a combustible gas from water. It would basically pulse a body of water with rapid impulses, wait and then do it again. This way, water molecules gradually "separated" into some sort of gas. The gas requires a low amount of energy to create and apparently far less electrical energy than its combustion power. It is rumored he was offered a great deal of money by Arabian individuals (like hundereds of millions) to cease his work. He apparently died after eating someplace of an aneurysm. There are videos of his water buggy on the internet working off this gas, plans and more. My questions are: can the zetas comment on his life and death? Also, was his technology really innovative? Could it be worth something to use after the poleshift for struggling communities as a viable power source?
There have been numerous alternatives to gasoline as a means of running vehicles or generating electricity which have been squelched. This is only one example. Of course, with study and work, such a mechanism could become more efficient, so the plans that are available are crude. Wood gas is a known means of running cars, and has been in use in parts of the globe since World War II. Fuel cells use the reaction of sea water to various metals to produce hydrogen to be recombined. These are two technologies in use today, but they are more expensive or troublesome than gas and oil, and thus do not threaten the industry. After the pole shift, many communities will be highly inventive, and it may be a grand time for those with an inventive mind. Certainly one should print out plans and schematics, for when that time comes!