Talk:Free energy suppression
Surely it would be capitalist sense for the companies to invest in the technology and then flog '57 varieties of devices' to the public - most people have more than one 'cheap writing implement', 'buy the latest conspicuous consumption item' etc — Unsigned, by: 22.214.171.124 / talk / contribs
- Yes, it would. Which is why most conspiracies that state that big companies are suppressing information will be BS, it's same for free energy as it is miracle alternative medicine cures. If a company can make a profit from something, it will jump on it. That's just a fact. postate 17:41, 16 August 2010 (UTC)
- Note complaints from alt-med that Big Pharma is suppressing its treatments while it steals folk remedies to market them. While it does do the latter, it does so when they work provably. And as for the former, it doesn't suppress them - it sells them. Water, £5.99! Same for industry. If there was some super cheap source of energy, hell. Sell it to Google, their entire business is commoditising their suppliers and complements - David Gerard (talk) 21:35, 16 August 2010 (UTC)
 Wait! Wait! Don't lie to me!
As someone who works in the energy field in general and the development field in particular, I must say that I had to read this a couple times for it to sink in. People actually buy this nonsense? Really? Lord of the Goons The official spikey-haired skeptical punk 22:38, 5 October 2010 (UTC)
 Reasons for suppression
section seems empty of information (other than the sci-fi I moved to its own section):
"An interesting reason proposed by proponents for the suppression of free energy technologies is that a capitalist system would crumble if the technology was introduced."
How and why? ħuman 03:11, 7 February 2012 (UTC)