I came across this article from one of the globalist's favorite science triplets, Michio Kaku (the others being Niel DeGrasshole Tyson and Shill Nye the Science Lie), and I decided to do a throw back to when I met this man and confronted him about geoengineering and Orgone energy.
It was a luncheon I attended in Chicago in February 2018, after I'd been studying Reich and gifting orgonite for a year or two. The talk was about the future in technology. He was pushing the fake global warming agenda to a room of 150 sheep, so at Q&A time, I asked the question "What's your view on using orgone energy and scalar technology devices to combat the global geoengineering agenda?" This was his response (transcribed directly from audio word for word):
(With a stumbling expression) "You see, we have something called the conservation of matter and energy. Which simply says you can’t get something for nothing. But, that doesn’t stop people from trying to get something for nothing. And these are two ideas that have been proposed that would extract energy from the vacuum. Tesla talked about this; Nikola Tesla, the great genius who rivaled Thomas Edison. We’ve looked for it. We do think that zero point energy exists. But we’ve measured it. It’s too small. Much much too small to be usable. So we’re still stuck with solar power, oil and coal, and fusion power. So the energy of the future will not be zero point energy. It’s simply too small to be used. We’re still stuck with solar, with oil and coal, nuclear; these are the energy sources of the future."
As you can imagine, my response was "Da'f*k kind of answer is that?" No mention of HAARP frequencies or geoengineering. Just an empty platitude of jibberish ignoring the question completely. Also, Edison wasn't Tesla's rival. He was a gov't puppet who stole Tesla's patents. Kaku then fearmongered with the Yellowstone volcano myth and some other globalist fear porn. Then he and his handlers ran out of the room.
Not one self-proclaimed science nerd in that room realized what I'd just asked, nor what he'd just answered.
Maybe it's time to stop beLIEving certain science "experts." Just a thought.