Lawrence Wright was a man who investigated deeply into the electrical energy issue more than many others. His youtube channel was closed in 2019 for unknown reasons and since then he’s made no public appearance in youtube or any other media. The website presented at the start of the video, newhorizonsstannes.com contains no information his curious disapperance.
I posted his first presentation on FE back when I first started posting and you can find that documentary on my channel.
His youtube channel contained about 30 videos and this is one of his most defining videos. Here he talks about the so called “high voltage” power transmission lines that are, in reality, not connected to any power plant. He followed one of those transmission lines to its end where some sort of power plant should be found but there was no power plant whatsoever at the end of the line!
The Fischer–Tropsch process is another huge discovery… a very important piece of the puzzle which is rarely discussed. I thought many of the same things about this as Mr. Wright. This alone is big enough to cause some reverberations.
Fm wiki: The Fischer-Tropsch process is a collection of chemical reactions that converts a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen into liquid hydrocarbons. These reactions occur… typically at temperatures of 150–300 °C (302–572 °F) and pressures of one to several tens of atmospheres. The process was first developed by Franz Fischer and Hans Tropsch at the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Kohlenforschung in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany, in 1925. – End wiki..
Many historians point out that the German war machine of the Second World War ran on this fuel as they had no strategic oil reserves in Germany or their occupied territories. The major reason for the particular German plans of attack on Russia was to take control of some of their oil fields. If Germany could run its entire wartime ops on this fuel for most of WW2… it is a viable fuel alternative, and proves Mr. Wright’s hypothesis correct. I agree that this is likely where they get most hydrocarbon fuel from nowadays. Also, imagine if oil fields were pumped with hydrogen (water) … the Carbon would mix with the water at depth, under several tens of atmospheres, in intense heat and pressure, recreating hydrocarbons…. hmmm… ever heard of fracking?
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