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Happy New Year; GM's timely example; Where will we be in 50 years?

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      Advertisement appeared in Time magazine Nov. 8, 2004 issue.



      2005 New Years Comment:
      by Sterling D. Allan, Executive Director, PES Network Inc.

      I

      n the world of Free Energy pursuit, we often give the establishment
      companies a bad rap for suppressing forward thinking ideas and technologies.
      I'm not denying that some underhanded suppression has taken place over the
      years. The old camp always resists the new thing, especially when it
      threatens or challenges the turf of their ego, scientific prowess, and
      financial earnings.

      Nevertheless, we need to give credit where credit is due. The above
      advertisement by GM for their hybrid truck that carries with it four power
      outlets, with an illustration of how those trucks served a crucial
      supportive role in recovering from the Florida hurricanes this past summer,
      demonstrates the kind of leadership and future thinking that we celebrate
      and to which we ourselves aim.

      With the mega tsunami of a few days ago, and so much of the world in a
      mind set of helping those stricken people survive and rebuild, the above ad
      illustrates that mainstream companies are producing products that will make
      a difference. Imagine the decades of engineering that the above truck
      represents. The reliability, the road worthiness. What they have is a
      portable generator and transport vehicle wrapped up in one.

      I say, "way to go GM." They did good. In fifty years, we will have the
      same amount of engineering time and expertise behind these new technologies
      that are now emerging from years of research and development, preparing for
      our pioneering phase of introduction. Meanwhile, these examples of
      leadership by established companies is worth celebration and honor.




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