Light-based technologies promote sustainable development and can provide solutions to global challenges in energy, education, agriculture and health. Business in this field aims at solving key societal demands: medical and healthcare, telecommunications, cultural and entertainment, economic, political, security and others. Whereas electronics was the key 20th century technology, photonics is emerging as the technology of the 21st century in daily life.
There are currently many people living without a basic supply of light. The Global Off-Grid Lighting Association introduces its mandate with the following statements: “Over one-quarter of the world’s population lives without access to electricity. Off-grid lighting addresses this challenge by providing light to those in need. The move to off-grid lighting is transforming lives and economies in developing countries around the world by increasing incomes, assisting educational development and improving health and safety.”
While references are made primarily towards inexpensive and highly efficient portable LED lighting (light emitting diodes), this sounds like it could easily be free energy home generators in the same line of action within the next few years. As of the end of April 2015, the Tesla Motors company is already offering the Powerwall Home Battery which is expected to alter the electrosphere of the planet.
If LEDs can now emit all the light needed in a home at a much low power consumption compared to other lights, then as we more towards free energy power sources, we can start with solar power. So a photovoltaic cell absorbing sunlight can feed a battery which can power the LEDs. Perhaps that can be the starting connection between the Tesla Powerwall and LEDs.
However, this is far from the potential of free energy and the truth presented in current transnational disclosures. Both LEDs and ideas like the Tesla home battery are merely simulations preparing everyone for many new advancements which ultimately lead to harmonious and ecologically sustainable life on the planet for all beings.
Light-Emitting Diodes (above) are a simulation of the technological transitions necessary for free energies to emerge. For example, below is an already existing light panel – it is not the sky with a sun, it is a light built with a material science beyond LEDs that allows for the appearance of a sky and sun! It is being offered by Coelux. Most people are too busy working for food and heat to stop for a moment and imagine such a thing. Yet it is already here. There are thousands of such ideas in all fields and most of them may never see “the light of day”. Why? For nearly all the same reasons that no free energy device is publicly available, except for one. A public open-sourced free energy device alters a $500 trillion macro-economy. That is 500 x 1 million x 1 million. The other reasons why such ideas as this skylight are a challenge to bring to people may come as a surprise: lack of interest in magic. However, we can leave that for another bedtime story.
The Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence released the film Siruis Disclosure in 2013 in which there are youtube displays of various free energy prototypes powering little blinkers, or LEDs. Whether or not this is the actual case, it is apparent that powering an LED can be immediately appreciated at least as an inspiring possible proof of concept of a free energy device. People like to see things and the power of their own mind is one of those things people need to see.
The introduction of diode lighting and home batteries can teach us how to incorporate a technological advancement which replaces a ubiquitous object. Here is a an efficient LED lighting installation idea for a home, in Polish. Soon everything may be advancing so rapidly that there will be no time for patents, monetization and intelligence bureaucracy.
We may just have to settle for open-sourcing, crowdfunding and collaboration so why not make a harmonious business out of it?