Fuel has absolutely nothing to do with fossils. Fuel can pretty much be made from anything except metal or stone. Fuel is made by the distillation of plastic, garbage, wood, leaves, a dead raccoon wearing a straw hat it doesn’t matter. Distillation is the process of evaporating the moisture within organic matter, collecting the evaporated gas and then condensing the gas back into liquid through cooling. In other words, heating it in a container with a pipe at the top that collects into another container where the gas can be cooled back into a liquid and collected at the bottom. The liquid that is extracted is often times referred to as alcohol or spirits. Alcohol in high concentration (like when its made thru distillation of organic matter) is very flammable and can be used as fuel in most combustible engines. Alcohol distilled from most wood and plant substances is often times a better and much cleaner fuel than what is bought at the gas pump. The alcohol spirits that come from plastics after distillation are said to act as self lubricating for diesel engines. There have even been claims that it improves the performance and lifetime of an engine as the engine gets older.
If its actually very easy to create useable fuel with any substance in existence besides metal and rock, then fuel can’t come from dead animals that have been crushed underground over millions of years. Fossil Fuel, f is the 6th letter of the alphabet, fossil fuel, ff, 66. This is because the number 6 has the shape of a spiraling vortex, associate it with a magic trick and repeat it nonstop in global media, education, and pop culture for 80+ years and the magic trick will become manifest.
Distilled and condensed organic matter produces alcohol, pure alcohol is commonly referred to as spirits. This usually is associated as an alchemic term. The root etymology of the word ‘alchemic’ has been too obfuscated to know for sure but it most likely stems from the Greek concept of ‘the hot, cold, moist, and dry’ from which fire, air, water, earth are formed (hot+dry=fire, hot+moist=air, cold+moist=water, cold+dry=earth) supposedly first written about in “Tetrabiblos” by Ptolemy. Distillation requires fire, then air, then water aka heat something until gas evaporates from it, collect the gas and cool it to form a liquid. The liquid is referred to as spirits, alcohol, biodiesel, gas, fuel, oil, etc. Its flammable because it was just a gas which was cooled, so heating it will logically turn it back into a gas, doing so very quickly through a spark or a match will rapidly return the liquid back into the gas, sometimes in the form of an explosion and sometimes as a strong flame. Therefore the liquid can usually be used as fuel in combustible engines.
If fossil fuel is simply a wizard spell, then this begs the question, “What is petroleum? What is fueling our cars? What is in millions of our ‘petro based’ products? What is the ‘petro-dollar’ based on?” While I haven’t fully figured it out yet, I suspect it has something to do with harvesting spirits and petrification. The root of the word petro is ‘stone, boulder’ and the root of the word oleum is ‘oil or oleic’. In other words, ‘stone oil’ or oil(spirits/alcohol) turned to stone(earth). I won’t delve too much more into this highly relevant topic until I am more certain, but my current opinion is that human souls are being alchemically heated, evaporated, condensed, and petrified.
I could list thousands of videos, just type into youtube ‘make gasoline’, or ‘how to make gasoline’, or ‘how to make your own fuel’, there are near limitless ways of making your own fuel.
Fuel has absolutely nothing to do with fossils, make it and store it.
Food grows on trees. One tomato contains around 225 seeds. Each of those seeds can grow into a full grown tomato plant that each grow around 50 tomatoes, each with 225 seeds, so 11250 new seeds after 1 generation. If you planted each of the 11250 seeds you’d yield around 562,500 tomatoes, each with 225 seeds, so 126,562,500 new seeds after 2 generations. If you planted each of the 126,562,500 seeds you’d yield around 6,328,125,000 tomatoes, each with 225 seeds, so around 1,420,000,000,000 new seeds after 3 generations. The yield produced by the 2nd generation could provide nearly every human on earth with a tomato, the yield produced by the 3rd generation would produce around 71,000,000,000,000 tomatoes so it could provide 9245 tomatoes to every single human on the planet(assuming population is 7.7 billion). Every fruit and vegetable has the capability to produce exponentially increasing yields of food.
Chicken hatching eggs cost around 3 dollars a piece. You can purchase them from various places like harbor freight, a farmers market, or from a local farm. If you raise the hatching egg for around 21 days correctly, it will hatch and a lil chick will emerge. Treat the chick right and in 6 months the chick will mature into a hen or a rooster. A hen can lay around an egg a day for around a decade. A rooster will impregnate the hens which will produce more hatching eggs. Impregnate is a nice way of saying the roosters rape the shit out of the hens(the hens were asking for it). In their defense the roosters do not just rape, they will also fight to the death to protect the hens if a predator appears. The number of hens and chickens can begin increasing exponentially fast. After 1 generation of rooster rape you’ll have around 7 hens, each producing 1 eggs per day for a decade. Meaning after about a 1 year of raising a handful of chickens you will quickly have far more eggs than you know what to do with. When the chickens die, congrats you got a free chicken you can cook and eat.
Also consideration should be given to the fact that nearly every single product that can be purchased at a grocery store contains some type of toxic ingredient or chemical. Even the meat, even the eggs. All meat that has been ‘FDA’ or ‘USDA’ approved has been laced in toxic chemicals to ‘clean the meat’. Pasteurized milk means that the milk was super heated and boiled in high pressure containers to kill off all the good gut bacteria. The ingredient ‘natural flavors’ includes monosodium glutamate which is more commonly known as MSG. Basically all food that you do not personally grow or raise yourself, or food grown by someone you would trust your life with is likely toxic.
Land is the only limiting factor to the exponentially increasing yields of food that can be grown in the ground but very little land is required to feed yourself and your family. Chickens require a very little amount of area to roam, and only a small structure so they can safely roost and lay eggs(like the size of a small shed). Chickens require less space than a small garden but will still provide you with eggs and meat for a decade. Here are some helpful tips for buying land that I’ve posted about before.
Food literally grows on trees, collect it and store it.
Water falls from the sky on a regular basis. Approximately 550 gallons of rainwater can be collected for every 1000 square feet of collection surface per inch of rain. According to the EPA the average American family uses around 300 gallons of water per day. 24% is attributed to toilet flushes, 20% for showers, 19% for faucets, 17% for washing machines, 12% from leakage(whatever that means), and 8% from other (whatever that means). I suspect the EPA’s statistic is an overestimation, but lets play along with the EPA. 1 acre of land is 43560 square feet. 550 gallons per 1000 square feet multiplied by 43560 square feet over 1 acre equals 23958 gallons of water per acre of land per 1 inch of rainfall. 23958 gallons divided by 300 gallons per day equals 79 days of water. This means 1 acre of land can provide you with water for 79 days as long as it rains at least 1 inch. 5 inches of rain would be the minimum amount of rain required to live comfortably with water for a year (5*79=395 days). Most locations on Earth average 40 inches of rain per year. Therefore 1 acre of rainwater collection would only be required in a literal desert, elsewise far less surface area collection is needed. This is also assuming we use our water like the average decadent American. Assuming the EPAs statistic is accurate.
The EPA claims that 24% of water consumption is due to toilet flushes. 24% of 300 is 72 gallons. The average American toilet flushes 2 gallons of water per flush, meaning the EPA is claiming that the average American household flushes the toilet 36 times in a day. 20% of water consumption is due to showers. 20% of 300 is 60 gallons. The average American tub can hold 80 gallons of water. A 10 minute shower will use approximately 25 gallons of water, meaning the average American household takes 2.4 10 minute showers per day. 19% of 300 is 52 gallons of water. The average kitchen sink can hold 9 gallons of water, meaning the EPA is claiming that the average American household fills up their kitchen sink to the brim around 5.7 times per day. 17% of 300 is 51 gallons of water. A washing machine typically uses anywhere from 20 gallons to 50 gallons of water per load, meaning the average American household does 1 or 2 loads of dishes per day and 1 or 2 loads of laundry per day. 12% of 300 is 36 gallons of water, the EPA is claiming that the average American household leaks 36 gallons of water. 8% of 300 is 24 gallons of water, this likely has to do with sprinkler systems and outside hose use.
Its also important to consider the fact that all of the water pouring out from the shower head comes from a water ‘treatment’ plant that laces the water with toxic chemicals. A long shower means more toxic chemicals like flouride and chlorine are soaking into your skin. The water from faucets uses the same water ‘treatment’ plant. Filter the water if you must drink it. Same applies to washing machines, the same water ‘treatment’ soaks into your clothes and food eating utensils. If you collect your own water, you don’t have to worry about water ‘treatment’ plants poisoning you. Its not a myth, or a conspiracy theory. Check for yourself here. My zipcode’s water treatment facility puts 108x Bromodichloromethane, 30x Chloroform, 14x Chromium (hexavalent), 13x Dibromoacetic acid Potential Effect:, 45x Dibromochloromethane, 21x Dichloroacetic acid, 76x Haloacetic acids (HAA5), 2.6x Nitrate, 2.6x Nitrate and nitrite, 15x Radium, combined (-226 & -228), 158x Total trihalomethanes (TTHMs), 25x Trichloroacetic acid. They are all poisonous carcinogens that cause cancer.
Regardless of whether the EPA’s statistic is accurate or not, it would be incredibly easy to cut out water usage. Using a compost toilet or outhouse eliminates the water usage through toilet flushes. Taking less than 10 minute showers and at most 1 shower per day eliminates most of the water consumption due to showers. Drink filtered water, turn off the sink when washing dishes. Don’t use a dish washing machine, do the dishes by hand instead. Don’t use a laundry washer machine, clean your laundry by hand. Or instead of cutting out all of your modern conveniences you could simply collect your own water.
Its not about the amount of rainwater you get on your property, its about how well you use the rainwater you get(right ladies). If your roof gutters just send water out onto your lawn, you’re not using your water correctly. If instead your roof gutters led to a large sealed water tank or multiple large sealed water tanks you’d never run out of water unless you lived in the middle of the Sahara desert but even then you just need to set up more surface area to collect the very little rainwater that actually does fall in the desert. Rain provides a never ending supply of water if it is collected and stored properly. This is so incredibly obvious when you think about it. It’s quite funny that we were ever tricked into thinking we needed our water treated(poisoned) and provided to us thru pipes underground placed by a water company or government when water LITERALLY falls from the sky on a regular basis. Gullible is an understatement.
A well is more reliable and could be an emergency source of water to supplement your rain water collection. If you do rainwater collection and storage correctly, you should never come close to running out of water even during droughts. But for extreme emergencies a water well is relatively easy to find and dig for. I’ve learned that the easiest way to find out where to dig for a well is to wait until after a rainstorm, then go outside on your property and look for puddles in your grass/dirt/land. Wherever you see a puddle is probably an excellent spot to dig a well. Usually water can be reached anywhere from 4ft-18ft deep (if there was a puddle after a rainstorm). This is very doable with a relatively cheap extendable hand auger(100$). Ideally when rainwater collection and storage is done properly, even a water well becomes obsolete.
Water literally falls from the sky, collect and store it…
Electricity doesn’t have to be fixed at 60 cycles per second(60 Hz). There are hundreds of ways to produce your own useable household electricity that costs nothing or almost nothing. Some of the best ways would be rain water turbine collection, wind turbine collection(real wind turbine not the nonsense fake ones most people think of), water stream turbine, water electrolysis(could also be used to create highly efficient fuel), graphene supercapacitor batteries (using crushed up charcoal combined with heated tree resin or sap, graphene is simply finely crushed charcoal), mercury powered motors, multiple copper coils wrapped in specific geometry and ratios to create never ending power generation after initial start of copper coil motor, stacked battery cells created with easy to find metals and electrolytes, clever use of dipole rectifiers and multiple induction motors, specifically configured and shaped magnets, and many more. Simplicity is best when dealing with electricity, a stream combined with an electric generator turbine or water wheel can very easily provide enough power for the average household, if you have no accessible stream on your property, rain water can be stored in a structure built in a shape that constantly circulates it through an electric generator turbine. Multiple efficient electric generator wind turbines can very easily provide enough power for the average household.
How wind turbines are portrayed:
How wind turbines be:
You don’t need some complex ‘free energy’ Tesla coil device to generate electricity, you simply need to efficiently collect and store the wind power and the rain water on your property. It took me years to realize this. I searched high and low for so-called ‘free energy’ for years, until I got into homesteading, self-sufficiency, and living off grid. I very quickly discovered that back woods hillbillies and dumb bumpkin farmers have had so-called ‘free energy’ for years and it requires no complex esoteric understanding, equations, or terms, all it requires is water or wind turbine to spin some magnets while near a copper coil, ta da! Electricity for life.
Some things to consider about modern electricity is the concept of ‘frequency'(aka hertz), the two different meanings of so-called ‘volts'(aka difference between electric pressure and electro motive force), and the concept of ‘amps'(aka electric flow rate). The American electric grid runs at 60 cycles per second aka 60 Hz, meaning the current alternates (AC) from positive to negative then negative to positive 60 times per second. The word ‘voltage’ measures 2 completely different things. When the circuit is off (aka open) voltage refers to electric potential aka electric pressure. Meanwhile when the circuit is on (aka closed) voltage refers to electro motive force aka f=ma. Electric pressure(NOT electro motive force) and amps work almost exactly like pressure and flow when dealing with water in pipes. Generally, when the faucet is off (aka circuit is off/open) the water pressure(electric pressure) is high and the water flow rate(amps) is zero or close to zero. Meanwhile when the faucet is on (aka circuit is on/closed) the water pressure(electric pressure NOT electro motive force) is zero or close to zero, and the water flow rate(amps) is high. Electro motive force is the result of f=ma, mass in volume of water or volume of electricity multiplied by the acceleration (velocity squared) in flow rate squared (aka amps). Frequency can greatly affect the acceleration at very low velocity aka flow rate aka amps.
The common adage is ‘the volts don’t kill you, the amps do’. Its mostly correct. Higher amps means higher velocity. Modern AC electricity requires massive increases in the volume or the velocity to power larger powerful devices. Velocity is measured in meters per second. At 60 cycles per second, electric acceleration is really measured as electric flow rate(velocity) meters per 1/60th of a second squared. The 1/60th is fixed constant value in American electric grid (52 in Europe iirc). If the frequency was changed to a number like 1,000,000 Hz, the flow rate would effectively be irrelevant, allowing for astronomically high levels of electric pressure(volts) with very small amperage aka very slow velocity or flow rate. A very high frequency machine could have 10,000,000 volts(electric pressure) and be completely safe to touch when the circuit was on(closed) because the amps aka velocity aka flow rate would still be very low. The amps are what kills right? If the amps remain extremely low because of a very high frequency the electric pressure(voltage/water pressure) can be near infinite. One reason electricity is considered scarce is the fixed constant 60 cycles per second frequency.
Recently I’ve learned that large power lines like the ones shown to the below don’t actually connect to the electric grid, they simply loop back to the original power station(or sub station). So what exactly is the purpose of the large power lines? It turns out that the higher up you go, the more volts you can collect from the atmosphere when electrically grounded. This means that the power companies are using the large power lines (like the ones below) to collect electricity in a wide area and then returning it back to the power station(or sub station) and then using that freely collected energy to supply electric power to the grid. In other words they are charging people for something that is essentially free and can be harvested by anyone.
Electricity is not fixed at 60 cycles per second(60 Hz).
- Fuel has absolutely nothing to do with fossils, you can make it and store it
- Food grows on trees, plant trees that produce food
- Water regularly falls from the sky, you can collect it and store it
- Electricity is not fixed at 60 cycles per second
Scarcity doesn’t exist