By Maria Gregoriou
Rumour has it that the hoverboard from Back to the Future has been invented. There are videos on Youtube but those of us who remember Marty McFly riding around on one wouldn’t say it is what we had in mind. This isn’t the first time that a creation within a film has been brought to life, and it probably won’t be the last. So dig into the world of sci-fi and imagine a small device that provides the whole house with free energy, or a means of transport that you don’t have to spend a fortune on to make it move, and then visit the Free Energy Conference on Thursday at the University of Nicosia where you can compare your imagination with reality and find out all about the fight for free energy which won’t leave a carbon footprint.
The conference will host journalist and author of the book Free Energy: The Next Planet Revolution, George Stamkos who will talk about the future of free energy and the inventors behind the revolution.
Stamkos will take us into a world where cities are not polluted with car fumes as everyone drives hydrogen cars, where trains, airplanes and ships can take us to our destinations at incredible speed without consuming fossil fuels, and where a small plant can supply us with our energy.
These are not new ideas, a world without pollution and energy supply at minimal cost is something that scientists have been aiming for for years. Inventors like Nikola Tesla, who is best known for his contribution to the design of a modern alternating current electricity supply system, started the energy revolution. Today thousands of scientists, researchers and inventors are following Tesla’s example and striving to bring free energy to our world.
Free Energy Conference
Conference giving information about free energy. November 20. UNESCO building, University of Nicosia. 7pm. Free. Tel 22 512401