– a draft of the final chapter of herbook, titled

I continued to and became my . My former partner is the Indiana Jones of the free energy field, but I eventually realized that while it was awe-inspiring to witness his efforts, one man with a whip and fedora cannot save humanity from itself. I eventually took a different path from both my partner and astronaut colleague, and one fruit of that direction is this essay. Not only was the public largely indifferent to what we were attempting, but those attracted to our efforts usually either came for the spectacle or were opportunists who betrayed us at the first opportunity. As we weathered attacks from the power structures, such treacherous opportunities abounded. I witnessed dozens of attempts by my partner’s associates to steal his companies from him (, , , ), and my astronaut colleague was twice ejected from organizations that he founded, by the very people that he invited to help him. During my radicalizing years with my partner, I learned that , and it is the primary reason why humanity is in this predicament. The antics of the global elites are of minor importance; the enemy is us.

–  and aresponse to critics written in November2003.

As impressive as the capabilities and survival history of the global megafauna were, what seems far more difficult to explain away are the humans that arrived when the global megafauna went suddenly extinct. The only megafauna of note to survive were those that had lived with humans in Africa and Eurasia for more than a million years and learned to avoid them, as almost all game animals do today.

– An The narration is in Dutch, but Judyth speaks in English.

– Yet  from Judyth,including several photos, and samplesof Judyth’s artwork.

But what led to English success in North America, more than anything else, was the energy-rich continent that they stumbled into. Intact forests and soils were long gone in Europe, and seemingly virgin lands were there for the taking, as long as the natives were removed. Soon after the USA achieved its independence from Great Britain, during a meeting of English and American diplomats, a British diplomat noted that despite their many similarities, among them their common heritage, the Americans at that meeting were all about a foot taller than their British counterparts. Colonial New Englanders lived several years longer than their British counterparts. The rich soils of North America grew larger people than Europe’s depleted soils, and Americans always had one of humanity’s longest life expectancies. That was largely why they could .

Judyth adds some salacious details in an e-mail:

If the effort reached a , it was then targeted for organized suppression, which could originate from the , , , or levels (always at the behest of private interests). , from subtle sabotage to billion dollar bribes to seizure under national security laws to media smear campaigns to imprisonment on trumped-up charges to murder; the aspirants' inexperience and naïveté regarding the field of disruptive energy technology, as well as their human foibles, made those development and distribution efforts particularly susceptible to organized suppression, which rarely needed to become overt or severe.

“Just go!” I urged him. “Get out – it’s too late to help him.”

After many years of being in the trenches, trading notes, and watching from afar, I noticed that these were the primary problems that all FE efforts suffered from:

What could I say? I knew it was true.

have been made to make energy technology that taps the zero-point field and other sources of energy currently not exploited (such as the environmental energy of , or even getting more energy out of a gallon of gasoline, as and did). Few efforts have ever achieved any success.

“You just remember –,” Lee said, “David Atlee Phillips.”

So, my fellow humans, will we experience the Sixth Mass Extinction, which might take us with it, or will humanity experience its Fifth Epochal Event? The choice has always been ours, and we are quickly reaching the point where it will likely be one or the other, with little feasible middle ground. Fuller stated that if humanity had not achieved the Fifth Epochal Event by the 1980s, the probability of humanity's surviving its self-made catastrophe would be less than 50%. Here we are, three decades later, and Fuller may still be right, but time is very short. , and more than 40 years of this pursuit as of 2015 has been teaching it to me. But the window of opportunity to avert a global calamity is closing, and if humanity does not begin to embrace the direction of the Fifth Epochal Event in my lifetime, then Fuller might be accused of being overly optimistic, if there is anybody left to accuse him.