An interesting article on the E-Cat World site has drawn comparisons between the development of electricity and the prospects for the future development of LENR. The article was derived out of watching an excellent three-part series on the BBC about the history of electricity.
The BBC are of course well known for producing some of the finest documentaries in the world and this series was bang up to standard. E-Cat World drew parallels with the current state of LENR research and the early stages of research into electricity. The videos are available to view on YouTube for anyone who missed this excellent series of programmes.
E-Cat World goes on to say that “After watching these programmes, one of the things that stands out most to me is just how crucial the efforts of a very small group of people who have dedicated themselves to the advancement of knowledge have been upon the world. The pioneers in the field of electricity were people who were working at the edge of the known universe.” Of course, we are all well used to the difficulties that face inventors, designers and entrepreneurs and the thin line between genius and madness. But the next comment on the site certainly highlighted this aspect.
“The BBC documentaries describes many of these people as unusual, driven, ambitious, even eccentric — and yet their contributions to our world have been incalculable. Each pioneer in the field built on the work of those who have preceded him, and sometimes people working independently of one another come up with a similar insight. The result was the world as we know it – modern civilization could not exist were it not for the dedication of these scientific trailblazers.”
The intrigue and excitement of new discoveries is what drives people forward and it is only human nature that they will face scepticism and even ridicule along the way. The only true judgement is time. Let us hope that we do not have to wait too long to separate the fact from the fiction!
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