‘Forget fracking, use free energy’ – peace meditation event to raise awareness of alternatives

‘Forget fracking, use free energy’ – peace meditation event to raise awareness of alternatives

‘Forget fracking, use free energy’ – peace meditation event to raise awareness of alternatives

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A PEACE meditation event is being held in Bournemouth to raise awareness of alternative solutions to fracking and the burning of fossil fuel.

The event, in Bournemouth Square at 10am tomorrow, has been organised by the Free Energy Party UK and is part of an Organic Energy Project created in Poole and Bournemouth by party leader Lisa Nolson. The Free Energy Party aims to educate people about ‘free energy’ use to overcome what it calls the oil war.

Lisa, who also works as a life coach, explained: “Natural cures overcome artificial pharmaceuticals that do more damage than good, and we have permaculture, where we are planning food forests for communities to stop the raping of the planet for beef.”

The party is part of a worldwide movement which has recently launched a campaign to build magnet-driven generators which produce free energy.

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11:57pm Fri 8 Aug 14

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I am developing a highly efficient LEG (Lypolytic Electricity Generation) scooter. Basically an obese patient has some probes containing a catalyst and an electrode surgically implanted in their subcutaneous fat producing enough electricity to drive an electric motor powerful enough to propel a scooter at around 15 mph. This will be save fossil fuels and even using current implantation methods is far cheaper than gastric band surgery. Weight loss is effortless and almost automatic and a reduction in BMI from 40 (the point at which a patient normally qualifies for gastric band surgery) to 30 is to be expected within a matter of months. Barry Attrics
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