Sometimes, to those that think that government should be changed, that things could be better for everyone at all levels, it may seem like no matter what they do, things will not change, that the keepers of the status quo are just simply too powerful. Maybe it's not worth the time or effort.

 Why fight government and corporations? How could things really change without violence? How easy or difficult could it be? I have some ideas and reasons why I believe it is worth it ... and possible. But before I tell you what they are, I want you to view the following short videos on alternative energy and then I'll explain how this plays a part in my conclusion. 

    - Stan Meyer's Water Powered Buggy 

    - Troy Reed's Magnetic Motor 

Hope you had a great weekend.

Enjoy. 

 

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