2015: Russia’s Massive Tesla Tower Revealed in Drone Footage

Western energy sanctions levied against Russia are already threatening to trickle down and compromise the energy security of the entire EU, according to the most recent reports. Amid economic and political instability, ingenuity often arises. 40 miles west of Moscow lies “The High Voltage Marx and Tesla Generators Research Facility.” Russia has long experimented both economically and militarily with Tesla technology, but now more than ever there is heightened interest in moving from tests to implementation. According to Russian sources, once fully online, the Marx Generator has the “power equal to all power generation facilities in Russia – including thermoelectric, hydroelectric, nuclear, solar, and wind power stations combined.” However, so far that potential has only been measured in microseconds. The following exclusive drone footage is the latest that is available of the facility. Perhaps the release of this footage is mere political posturing, but the principles of Tesla electricity […] Read More

2014: Solar Roadways: The Mind Boggling Possibilities Of Solar Roadways Are Exciting

This is certainly something that you wouldn’t think of right away, nor would it seem like a viable option. But Scott Brusaw and his team are committed to their project and as it gains more steam, the possibility of it becomes more and more real. Roads That Produce Power Solar Roadways are exactly how it sounds, roadways that are made of photovoltaic solar panels. Essentially, the vision promises to cover asphalt roadways across North America with these specially made solar panels so that roadways are not only suitable for driving but can also provide a great deal of electricity generation. Scott Bursaw, the inventor of Solar Roadways, began putting his idea into motion when The US Department of Transportation released a solicitation for an intelligent pavement that could generate power. After applying and receiving funding for his project, Solar Roadways became a reality and a prototype was built. Scott […] Read More

2005: The Long Emergency

What’s going to happen as we start running out of cheap gas to guzzle? By JAMES HOWARD KUNSTLER A few weeks ago, the price of oil ratcheted above fifty-five dollars a barrel, which is about twenty dollars a barrel more than a year ago. The next day, the oil story was buried on page six of the New York Times business section. Apparently, the price of oil is not considered significant news, even when it goes up five bucks a barrel in the span of ten days. That same day, the stock market shot up more than a hundred points because, CNN said, government data showed no signs of inflation Note to clueless nation: Call planet Earth. Carl Jung, one of the fathers of psychology, famously remarked that “people cannot stand too much reality.” What you’re about to read may challenge your assumptions about the kind of world we […] Read More

2002: The Energy Rip Off!

There is no nice way to say it. We have all been ripped off. The following story may well result in the end of ViewZone as a free speech publication. The information that you will read will certainly anger you. But it will anger those who ripped you off even more and they will undoubtedly try to stop this article from remaining posted. But you deserve to know what follows. Read and learn, get very angry and then act. My name is Gary Vey. I probably shouldn’t give my true name — most authors would make one up, or use a fake pseudonym — but this is about truth. I own ViewZone. I program the code, pay for the webspace and edit all of the articles. I am the webmaster. From 1999 through 2001 I was the webmaster of a company called ISO-New England. The company is located in […] Read More