Free Energy and Thinking Outside The Box with Special Guest Ken Rohla
Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 9/11/16
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This Sunday, engineer, inventor and health teacher Ken Rohla (www.freshandalive.com), comes back to Lost Arts Radio to discuss free and clean energy sources as well as a number of other outside the box topics that he usually does not share in most of his interviews and lectures, for reasons you will understand when you join us this weekend. Do we really need government projects to help develop superior energy technologies? What has happened to the numerous reports of free energy devices that seem never to make it to market or widespread availability? Where are those inventors and what are they doing with their discoveries? What about Dr. Steven Greer’s reports of incredible technologies that come from reverse engineered off-world sources? Is this fantasy or reality, and if reality, why are we still using oil?
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