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June 24, 2004

'Oil Shock' Looming - What are the Alternatives?

We like to think that our way of life is "normal", that nothing will happen to force a drastic change in how we live, produce, move around, warm ourselves in the winter and light our streets and houses. Yet, we are using a highly vulnerable energy technology (the burning of fossil fuels) and we have allowed a commercial cartel to monopolize that energy technology while sabotaging any valid alternatives.

We can see the end of cheap oil, and likely the end of the "oil economy" and it appears to be just around the corner. The French paper Le Monde carried an article on 31 March this year, which was translated by Mark Jensen, a professor of language in Tacoma, Washington. It discusses Hubbert's peak oil prediction and urges us to act.

What to do about it? There is a whole field of research called "free energy" or "new energy technologies" that is carried along on the shoulders of people without financial means, without patent protection and without publicity. Let's bring that field "out in the open" and demand that governments change course, before it is too late. Thanks to Patrick Bailey for publishing this article in his "New Energy News", a newsletter for free energy researchers. To subscribe, you can contact Pat at

There is plenty of documentation available in the sites linked at the end of this post to show that these are not the ramblings of a few deluded greens. The threat is real. We better be prepared...

And yes - there ARE alternatives.


A friend recently asked a question about alternatives in energy production:

I listened to Michael Ruppert's last interview, which FTW sells in CD form. Ruppert has discovered a new topic: Finite Oil Resources. And, he seems to be quite overwhelmed by the problem.

Now, Sepp, what are (could be) the realistic alternatives for our modern societies to produce energy other than splitting uranium or burning wood, coal, gas or oil ?

My reply was:

there are various alternatives in the works, some more progressed than others, and some in the research stage.


The most progressed and immediate seems to be hydrogen. It can be used much like natural gas to run cars, heat our food, or run generators or "fuel cells", which directly convert hydrogen to electricity. The great conditional on this one is that hydrogen could work, IF a way was found to make it easier to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen. Current technology is electrolysis, using about as much primary energy (electricity) to do the separation so as you can then recover using the hydrogen.

Experiments are underway to use various systems to cut down on the amount of electricity needed for the separation process:

Bacteria sometimes produce hydrogen as a by-product of their digestive process.

Metallic catalyzers make the water molecules easier to separate. I believe that this was a Spanish experiment.

Ultraviolet light makes water more unstable, making separation easier.

High frequency electricity and various wave forms are making it easier to break up the water molecule.

There are various systems in different stages of development, but so far nothing is commercially available. This needs a breakthrough, after which hydrogen could be seen as a real alternative to oil and gas.


Lots of experiments are going on with magnetic motors, that use the properties of magnets in an innovative way. Magnets, once magnetized, make a "field" that could be used again and again, if one can overcome some technical hurdles.

Some real progress is going on in this field. Recently, a Japanese inventor has started producing motors (for air conditioning equipment) which are built with powerful permanent magnets and which apparently only use a fraction of the electrical input that normal electric motors use. I have an article on this on my site:

Kohei Minato and the Japan Magnetic Fan Company


Contrary to popular myth, Pons and Fleischman did find a way to make a nuclear process happen in the matrix of hydrogen-loaded metals. This has been derided in the press for years, but the experiments were replicated and new experiments done in many countries. There is a yearly conference on Cold Fusion research, and even the US department of energy recently decided to review its negative stance on Cold Fusion.

Infinite Energy Magazine, whose editor Gene Mallove was recently murdered, is by far the best source on data on progress in this area of the alternative energy field.


This term groups a number of technologies that seek to tap the omnipresent energy of space itself, (magnets is a subset of this) by various means. There are "solid state", i.e. fully electronic means of converting that space energy, and there are some historical examples of workable technologies, which did however die with the inventors. Nikola Tesla had the problem solved, as had some other people later auch as T Henry Moray with his Radiant Energy device and Hans Coler during WW II.

Unfortunately these are all history, as the devices are not currently available and no one has been able to duplicate them with the means available.

Other, current research is ongoing in this field, but no one has anything ready for commercialization, as far as I can tell.

So for now, Hydrogen and Magnets seem closest to the real breakthrough, but Cold Fusion or a related technology (Blacklight Power comes to mind) could catch up, and there is always the possibility of another Space Energy breakthrough that could surprise us.

This is in addition to the officially pushed "alternative" power resources such as solar, windpower, waves and tides, geothermal and agricultural crops such as oilseeds or sugar cane to make combustibles.

There ARE alternatives. We just need to look around and start helping those who work in the field rather than putting up ever new barriers for them to climb. It's really a matter of deciding to do something and then doing it.

Kind regards

Here finally the Le Monde article:

TRANSLATION: The Mother Of All Oil Shocks Is Looming

Written by Mark Jensen
Friday, 02 April 2004

In a few years, the global production of conventional oil will fall, while the global demand continues to rise. The resulting shock of this structural oil famine is inevitable, so great are the dependency of our economies on cheap oil and, related to the first, our inability to wean ourselves from this dependency in a short period of time.

We can hope to soften the shock, but only if its imminence immediately becomes the unique reference point for a general mobilization of our societies...

Read the article here: TOWARD THE PETRO-APOCALYPSE

Sites and articles on peak oil:

After the Oil Runs Out - Washington Post

Hubbert's Peak

Life After the Oil crash

Peak Oil

Revealing Statements from a Bush Insider about Peak Oil and Natural Gas Depletion

Berlin Conference on Peak Oil

Eating Fossil Fuels - by Dale Allen Pfeiffer

A Call for Action - by Dale Allen Pfeiffer

Life Without Oil
There are two possible scenarios for what will happen once the world burns up the last drop of oil...

The contrary view - could oil reserves be virtually unlimited?

Discovery backs theory oil not 'fossil fuel'
A study published in Science Magazine today presents new evidence supporting the abiotic theory for the origin of oil, which asserts oil is a natural product the Earth generates constantly rather than a "fossil fuel" derived from decaying ancient forests and dead dinosaurs.

The lead scientist on the study – Giora Proskurowski of the School of Oceanography at the University of Washington in Seattle – says the hydrogen-rich fluids venting at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean in the Lost City Hydrothermal Field were produced by the abiotic synthesis of hydrocarbons in the mantle of the earth.

The abiotic theory of the origin of oil directly challenges the conventional scientific theory that hydrocarbons are organic in nature, created by the deterioration of biological material deposited millions of years ago in sedimentary rock and converted to hydrocarbons under intense heat and pressure.

Peak Oil Theory vs. Russian-Ukrainian Modern Theory - by George Crispin

Russia Proves 'Peak Oil' is a Misleading Zionist Scam

Sustainable Oil? -- v. Peak Oil

Earth's mantle can generate methane
Zeeya Merali - Untapped fossil-fuel reserves could be hidden deep within our planet.

"Stranded Natural Gas" Procedure Converts Hitherto Unusable Natural Gas to Crude

Geo Times: Raining hydrocarbons in the Gulf
Below the Gulf of Mexico, hydrocarbons flow upward through an intricate network of conduits and reservoirs. They start in thin layers of source rock and, from there, buoyantly rise to the surface. On their way up, the hydrocarbons collect in little rivulets, and create temporary pockets like rain filling a pond. Eventually most escape to the ocean. And, this is all happening now, not millions and millions of years ago, says Larry Cathles, a chemical geologist at Cornell University.

Real-Time Methane Generation in Retired Oil Fields

Michael Crichton's book STATE OF FEAR discusses global warming in the informal setting of a novel. He nevertheless does give documentation and states his conclusions clearly. Perhaps the essential concept he conveys is that "we know astonishingly little about every aspect of the environment, from its past history, to its present state, to how to conserve and protect it."

'Fossil fuel' theory takes hit with NASA finding
New study shows methane on Saturn's moon Titan not biological
NASA scientists are about to publish conclusive studies showing abundant methane of a non-biologic nature is found on Saturn's giant moon Titan, a finding that validates a new book's contention that oil is not a fossil fuel.

Peak oil theories wrong, says ExxonMobil boss
September 11, 2006
THE world has an abundant supply of oil, and high petrol prices are just the reality of a globally traded commodity, ExxonMobil Australia chairman Mark Nolan said today. Mr Nolan used his speech to the Asia Pacific oil and gas conference in Adelaide today to debunk the theory of peak oil, which suggests oil supplies have peaked and will dwindle over the next 20 years. Such predictions, he said, had been around since the 1920s, particularly at times of high oil prices.

My comment: What Nolan does not say is that oil prices depend on production, which is very much under the control of his and other companies that are in the extraction business.

Some alternatives to oil-dependent energy in development:

Recycling Liquid Wastes and Crude Oil into MagneGas™ and MagneHydrogen™
Ruggero Santilli's invention - reclycing waste hydrocarbons into a gaseous clean burning fuel by underwater plasma-arc technology

Daniel Dingel's car running on water as fuel
Maker of water-powered car still fighting after 30 years

Motionless Electromagnetic Generator
Extracting Energy from a Permanent Magnet Replenishing Energy from the Active Vacuum

The Institute for New Energy
An impressive collection of links and articles about various alternative energy developments

Vast New Energy Source Almost Here: Solar Hydrogen Fuel Dream Will Soon Be A Reality, Australian Scientists Predict

Here is an interesting new view on the whole theme of oil shortage:

Damning Evidence of 'Big Oil' Conspiracy To Limit Supply
[T]he nation's major oil suppliers have set out in a strategic effort to orchestrate a financial triple play, a coordinated effort that would reduce supply, raise prices at the pump and relax environmental regulations.

Vdeo: The Energy Non Crisis

This is one of a series of 8 videos about Peak Oil - interesting ...

You can find links to the rest on the YouTube page that has this video.


posted by Sepp Hasslberger on Thursday June 24 2004
updated on Wednesday May 15 2013

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Readers' Comments

A very relevant post on the theme of the peak of oil production just arrived in my in-box and I would like to share it with you, the readers of this site - Sepp

From: Barry Carter
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2004 12:26:11 -0600
Subject: [tapten] The End of Oil

Dear Friends,

As many of you already know, world oil production is very close to its peak. This has become a mainstream media issue in recent days. You can read a new report on the Peak Oil Summit in Berlin here

There is another good article on the web on the subject of the relationship between oil and food. This article can be found at this page

Though the following quotes are quite pessimistic, I am not.

I am convinced that ORMUS can help us get out of this situation in a variety of ways. I will comment on these ways toward the end of this piece.

You can find several more articles on the "end of oil" linked from the index page of From the Wilderness

I have been aware of this impending crisis for several years and posted the following note to the Ecological Economics forum in 1997:

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 To: ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS Subject: The end of the oil economy

Dear Friends,

The following quote from the Spring 1997 issue of the Earth Island Journal states that "beyond 2005, the energy required to find and extract a barrel of oil will exceed the energy contained in the barrel". This looks, to me, like a hard barrier, beyond which rising oil prices cannot take us, no matter how high they rise. The implication is that half of the oil wells in the world will not produce more energy than they consume. While the other half will still produce some net energy, they will quickly be depleted as price and demand goes up.

I am curious about the economic dynamics of this situation. 2005 is just a little more than 7 years off. With the current rate of automobile model development it would be virtually impossible to implement a radically new automotive technology in 7 years.

Running on Empty - The Death of the Oil Economy
by Ted Trainer

Australia - A new report on world oil resources, World Oil Supply 1930-2050 (Campbell and Laherre, Petroconsultants Pty. Ltd., 1995), concludes that the planet's oil supplies will be exhausted much sooner than previously thought.

The report, written for oil industry insiders and priced at $32,000 per copy, concludes that world oil production and supply probably will peak as soon as the year 2000 and will decline to half the peak level by 2025. Large and permanent increases in oil prices are predicted after the year 2000.

Industry experts assumed in the past that oil resources would last 50 years, based on calculations that simply divided estimated reserves by the present annual use. But this method of prediction failed to account for an increase in Third World oil use.

If everyone on Earth were to consume petroleum at the per capita rate of industrialized countries, it would require a fivefold increase in current oil production to meet the demand. If, by 2060, the world's population reaches the expected 11 billion mark and all were to consume as much energy as the average Australian does now, annual worldwide oil production would need to be increased about 30 times.

It seems that the oil companies and oil exporting countries have been fibbing. It is in their interest to state that remaining resources are in good shape, because their business agreements limit them to pumping and selling a proportion of their remaining resources. In fact, the rate of oil discovery is falling sharply. The world consumes 23 billion barrels a year,
but the oil industry finds only 7 billion barrels a year.

Economists argue that scarcity will result in price increases, making it more profitable to access poorer deposits. That seems plausible only if one thinks only about dollar costs. The fact is, as an oil field ages, increasing amounts of energy must be exerted to pump the oil out. The cost of this energy must be subtracted from the total value of the energy in the oil retrieved. According to a 1992 study, these two curves actually will intersect around the year 2005. Beyond that point, the energy required to find and extract a barrel of oil will exceed the energy contained in the barrel.

There is reason to believe that the oil industry is well aware of oil field depletion. No new supertankers have been built for 20 years, while interest in squeezing oil from shale deposits seems to be growing.

What, then, is the solution to our acute energy problem? There isn't one.

=========== end of quote ===========

In October of 2001 I wrote a note to the WhiteGold list that I think suggests ways to solve the problems described above using ORMUS:

Lao Tzu wrote:

When people lost sight of the way to live
Came codes of love and honesty,
Learning came, charity came,
Hypocrisy took charge;
When differences weakened family ties
Came benevolent fathers and dutiful sons;
And when lands were disrupted and misgoverned
Came ministers commended as loyal.

When we loose confidence in our ability to manifest what we need, we build structures to provide for these needs. These structures can be buildings or they can be institutions like corporations, governments or religions. Out of our fear we build these structures so that they will endure without change to provide that which we no longer believe we can provide for ourselves.

The one characteristic which is common to all living things is change yet we try to make our structures as unchanging as possible.

At a certain point, many of the social and economic structures we have built take on a sort of life of their own. They seek to perpetuate themselves by cornering the market on certain of our needs. When these structures get very large and powerful a few of them may try to totally control our access to food, energy, health care, shelter, clothing or free choice.

These structures tend to try to control us (their "consumers") by threatening to take away those things which they provide and which they have taught us that we cannot provide for ourselves.

As corporate, governmental and religious structures grow very large and powerful they tend to loose track of the other needs of the people they were built to serve. They also tend to maximize short term "profit" by "mining" resources without consideration of sustainability. Supply lines tend to get longer, more interdependent and more fragile.

Our food supply capability is a good example of this. The small, local, family farm has given way to large, distant corporate farms. These large farms are much more dependent on petroleum for running equipment and for shipping food to the distant consumer. As nearby petroleum is "mined" out, the supply lines for it grow longer and more difficult to support and defend. The large corporate farms also become more and more dependent on chemical poisons and fertilizers to maintain production levels because they have depleted ("mined") the mineral productivity of the soil.

As nearby soil is depleted we must go further and further to find productive land. This same scenario has been repeated over and over by every city-based civilization in the past. At some point the supply lines and profit margins are stretched so thin that the smallest disruption can bring the entire structure to the ground. We have seen something like this happen with the airline industry in the last month.

Structure is not alive and can become hostile to life. All of the worlds great spiritual teachers have opposed existing structures and suggested ways to change them. They say that we do not need to believe that we are dependent on structures to supply our needs. We should not serve structure, structure should serve us.

I think that David Hudson failed to provide ORMUS to the world because he tried to become the sole source of supply for it. He set up his corporate and religious structures so that they would point out that ORMUS is something that we need and that we can only get it from him.

When I first heard of David Hudson and his plan I realized that it was very important that no one become our sole source of supply on this. I knew that a close friend was making ORMUS and felt that it was important that his technology get out to as many people as possible. This was one of my prime considerations when a group of us started the WhiteGold list.

In the five years since the WhiteGold list was started we have collected almost a dozen different ways for obtaining ORMUS from hundreds of different sources. We have published many of these methods on the Internet so that anybody with access to water or rock can obtain ORMUS for themselves.

When people talk about how geological, economic or social disaster will come they are generally most afraid of how it will deplete their source of supply for those things that they think they need. They do not realize that structure must change or it will stifle life.

With ORMUS we have an opportunity to bring change to structures without the disaster which might accompany the destruction of these structures. The ORMUS materials can help us to produce more of our food locally by rebuilding soil productivity. See the picture of some ORMUS walnuts at:


It looks like ORMUS can also be used to bring energy from the aether using a variety of methods. Our dependence on existing health care structures is sure to be reduced as we learn to produce our own ORMUS materials.

I know we are in a time of great change but change does not have to mean disaster. Those people who cooperate with their neighbors the best are more likely to prosper in these times than those who have filled bunkers with food, gasoline and guns.

I think that the greatest thing which the ORMUS materials will bring to the world is "instant karma". I have noticed that both my wants and my fears manifest much more quickly as I become more and more saturated with ORMUS. This nearly instant feedback is helping me to learn that I attract those things that I put my attention on. I much prefer to put my attention on how we can build community and love in the world than to put my attention on fear of the disasters which might result if we don't do this.

As we do build community and love in our neighborhoods we will find that our dependence on structure diminishes. If we quit feeding these monsters they will wither away in a quiet and natural process.

=========== end of quote ===========

I hinted then that building community is the key to our future prosperity. Now I am calling on everyone in the ORMUS community to help spread the word in our own local areas. If our neighbors know how to get their own food in times of crisis they will have no reason to take our food. (Our neighbors may be down the street or they may be in the country next door.)

I have always seen ORMUS as a great opportunity to avoid the worst effects of all the disaster scenarios that show up.

The way that ORMUS sought me out is one of the greatest miracles in my life. I want to share all of the ORMUS miracles with the folks on this email list and with everyone else in the world.

I hear of new ORMUS miracles almost every day. A couple of days ago I learned that cut flowers in ORMUS precipitate will grow new roots! From someone else I learned that seeds which were only sprouting ten percent of the time began to sprout ninety percent of the time when watered with sea water precipitate!

I believe that these are times of great change. I believe that the greatest of these changes is our improving connection with spirit. If improving the connection with spirit can bring about these changes in plants in one generation, imagine the changes it will bring about in us through the generations.

Please, please, please get together with others in your area. Please teach others how to make the sea water precipitate. Show them how to get a five fold increase in plant growth with ORMUS. This is the best way that I can think of to make the world a better place.

I am still looking for volunteers to help with various aspects of the ORMUS work. I think we need to get a good idea about how to spend a billion dollars on ORMUS work and this is going to take the efforts of many people.

I think it is time for everyone on this forum to take what Gary wrote in 1996 to heart:

As I have inferred before, the whole matter of ORMEs is the biggest thing to come down the pike on planet Earth for a long, long, time. The forces behind this are very "substantial". This is due to its enormous importance to the human race, at this critical point in our history, when so many titanic factors are converging at once, to determine our destiny as a species.

It is time for you to make the transition from custodian of this knowledge, to its disseminator. You have a wonderful ability to articulately explain and relate things. You must now use that to pass all this on to others, who *need* the information, who will *grow* from it, just as you have grown.

Think over your reasons for not spreading what you know, beyond the bounds of your small group of friends. The mind is such a restless thing. It worries over this and rationalizes over that. Do not listen to those voices, but rather proceed with courage and conviction, knowing that many, many, whom you have never met or even know of, are depending on you, counting on you. Great and august invisibles are helping you, pulling for you, strengthening you.

I too, am with you.

There are now hundreds and hundreds of kindred spirits who are online, waiting for what you are charged to tell them about. They are your friends, and millions more will be joining them. Tell them the good news. Remember the parable of the Talents? Don't allow this to remain buried, confined to your small circle of friends, any longer. Good journey!

At 12:59 PM 6/10/2004, I wrote:

Dear Friends,

An article on the BBC web page a couple days ago suggests that crude oil prices may quadruple soon.

Is the world's oil running out fast?
By Adam Porter
at the Peak Oil conference in Berlin

If you think oil prices are high at $40 a barrel then wait till they are four times that much.

Since food prices and availability are also tied to oil prices the availability of relatively cheap food would also be threatened.

In the past city based civilizations typically have collapsed when the circle of food production around the city became too large to sustain the transport of food to the city. Food and energy for transportation of food seem to be the major factors in maintaining city based civilizations.

Those of us who have gardens may wish to start thinking now about how we can increase production in those gardens so that we can meet more of our nutritional needs from these gardens. We may also wish to think about setting up our own energy supplies like solar, wind or other alternative energy source.

While the information about the end of oil has been available for several years it is just now starting to hit the mainstream media. Since I first became aware of it I have been thinking about how to mitigate the effects so that millions do not starve. I recently got confirmation of an inexpensive method that appears to increase food productivity from four to ten times. You can see pictures of an orange the size of a cantaloupe and a walnut the size of a tennis ball.

It looks like there is a bit of time before global oil production peaks. The best current estimate is that this will probably happen around 2010. I hope that the folks on this list will start thinking now about how we can keep doing what we are doing when this happens.

With kindest regards,

Barry Carter
2319 Balm
Baker City, Oregon 97814
Phone: 541-523-3357
Web Page:

Posted by: Sepp on June 25, 2004 11:52 AM


"The U.S. Govt's Secret Colorado Oil Discovery"? Is that accurate? I just received that very report from My thinking is that, if that is accurate information, that land and oil and it's profits belong to all of Us. We have a representative government, "of, by and for the People". The government doesn't own us; We own them. If they already owned that land prior to that discovery then that's Our land. All profits from that oil should be divided equally among every US citizen, 18 and older, annually for as long as it is profitable. It would eliminate the need for many current government programs because everyone would suddenly be able to provide for their own needs. It would eliminate the government's ability to oppress the poor, as they regularly do, because no one would be poor and everyone could afford to fight back. It would "level the playing field" like nothing else would. If this is true then that's Ours...and I think We should claim it.

Posted by: Chris Joyner on June 7, 2007 08:32 PM


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