Stumbled upon reference to this fellow in a book I recently finished regarding research into anti gravity and the 'black' operations here and abroad over the years. Stealth aircraft things and such. Curious bunch of stuff all told, but this fellow Schauberger is a little known inventor whose researches and devices from the waning days of WWII Germany are unsettling. And of interest regarding the potential for electric production and many other related areas. If you have some time, look this fellow up. I am not interested in conspiracy theories or UFO bunkum, but it appears this fellow has some credibility surrounding him. If nothing else it is interesting reading. The book I was reading is called The Hunt for Zero Point by Nick Cook-a writer for janes Defence Weekly-the same Janes that is so respected for their information on things military. Not my normal cup of tea and some of the material is questionable i think, but this Schauberger made me sit up.
I have looked at some of his diagrams and such-difficult to pull much detail from them. And it all could be a load of dingos' kidneys too...but it certainly tickled my curiosity. A lot of crazy rumors surrounding the end times in WWII nazi Germany. As I said, an interesting book, but i would not take it to the bank. Has a sort of Nicola Tesla ring about it.
"Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life, to mind your own business, and to work with your hands, just as we told you, so that your daily life may win the respect of outsiders and so that you will not be dependent on anybody."