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20110428 – Tesla, Meyl, and Jackson’s Wireless Aetheric Power Transmission

Segment #1:  Alternative Energy News
Presenter:  Sterling Allan, CEO, founder of New Energy Congress
Estimated Time:  15 minutes

Sterling Allan’s show notes are available at

Segment #2:  News Rant
Presenter:  SmartScarecrow
Estimated time:  10 minutes

ITEM – US at risk of war with China, Russia

Source Article –
Includes a recording of the related Press TV news report
Published April 27, 2011 by Press TV

The US is at the risk of a war with Russia and China as its main objective behind engineering the Libyan war and Syrian unrest is to remove the two world powers out of the Mediterranean, a former US official warns.

“Washington is all for invading against Libya and is putting more and more pressure to intervene in Syria because we want to … clear China and Russia out of the Mediterranean,” Paul Craig Roberts, former assistant secretary to US Treasury in Panama City said in an interview with Press TV.

On one hand, China has massive energy investments in eastern Libya and is relying on Libya and on the other hand, Russia has a large naval base in Syria and it gives it a presence in the Mediterranean, he pointed out.

“Those two countries are just in the way of American hegemony in the Mediterranean and certainly the Americans do not want a powerful Russian fleet stationed there and they certainly don’t want China drawing energy resources,” Roberts adde

Editorial from Mike Rivero of

As insane as a potential scenario of a US war with Russia and China might seem to logical individuals, there are those in the bowels of the White House, the Pentagon, and Congress who see this potentially as a good thing.


1. Because if you fight a country like China and win, all the debt you owed to that country is obliterated.

2. A war would distract the American people from the misery of the economic and geopolitical decisions of this administration.

3. Such a war would prompt the reinstitution of a draft.

4. Winning such a war would put the US back on top of the world as the major superpower.

5. The dollar would be restored as the world’s reserve currency.

However, should such a confrontation take place, it is very probable that the US could not win, and here are the reasons.

1. The dollar is about to go the way of the dribble glass and the whoopie cushion.

2. We do not have the manufacturing we did during World War II, because most of the manufacturing has been offshored.

3. The US is bankrupt to the tune of 14 trillion dollars that we know about, and no sane country on earth is going to want to loan us money, understanding that it will never be repaid.

The US ended World War II with nuclear weapons; in light of the fact that we don’t have the boots on the ground for a fight with Russia and China, the US government may well begin the next war with nuclear weapons.

Segment #3:  Feature Presentation – Tesla, Meyl, and Jackson’s Wireless Aetheric Power Transmission 
Presenter:  SmartScarecrow featuring Steve Jackson
Estimated time:  30 minutes

A PESN open source project.

A detailed article discussing Steve Jackson’s demonstration of his replication of Tesla’s wireless power transmission methods is available at,_Meyl,_and_Jackson%27s_Wireless_Aetheric_Power_Transmission

Link to replication instructions –

YouTube Videos of Steve Jackson’s IEEE Presentation

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6

Link to Steve Jackson’s PowerPoint presentation used in the IEEE Presentation –

Meyl’s book store for additional source material

Segment #4 – Audience Q&A Session
Estimated time: 10 minutes

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