contrast $2 billion: Columbia vs. Tilley claim of GE offer
- Contrast $2 Billion: Columbia vs. Tilley Claim of GE Offer
Space Shuttle Columbia cost $2 billion to build -- the same as Tilley
fraudulently claims GE offered him 'sight unseen' for his stolen technology.
By Sterling D. Allan
Copyright © GreaterThings News Service
Feb. 3, 2003
In the early hours of Feb. 1 less than six hours before the Columbia
disaster, I completed an essay chastising the stockholders of the Tilley
Foundation for giving Tilley their money, when Tilley clearly made known to
them that he is a money-mongerer with no concern for the needs of humanity.
I reported on the bogus claim by Tilley that GE had offered 2 billion
dollars "sight unseen" for an outright purchase of the "endless charger"
(sic) technology from the Tilley Foundation. I reported how the
shareholders urged Tilley to pursue the offer. I reported how Tilley
informed the shareholders that (in his opinion) GE would certainly "shelve"
the technology, but that this didn't mater as long as he got his money. I
reported with disgust that the shareholders laughed and applauded at this.
"Shame, shame on you," I said to them in my essay. They deserved to be
taken for a ride by Tilley, who is went into this with a con job in mind.
Then, this morning, I read in the newspaper the price tag for the Columbia
space shuttle, which was the first complete shuttle built, and which ran 28
missions since its debut 1981.
$2 billion dollars --the same amount Tilley fraudulently claimed GE was
going to pay for their technology, which he said he didn't care if they
shelved, so long as he got the money -- a technology that he stole from
another man, and which he exaggerated so far as it's output capability.
If that doesn't make your skin crawl, I don't know what will.
Someone please stop that man. His cowardice is seen all the brighter in the
light of the heroism of the seven astronauts who lost their life on
Saturday, Feb. 1, knowing the risk they were facing, and willingly accepting
those risks for the sake of advancing the progress of mankind.
Tilley Investors Asked to Be Taken for A Ride
Claimant to hot technology that can produce endless power is driven by greed
and picks up those of like passion along the way. (GreaterThings News
Service, Feb. 1, 2003)