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The owner of the Seattle business left the state to rebuild his effort.

I followed him to Boston and soon became his partner.

Radicals seek a fundamental understanding of events (so they aim for the root and do not hack at branches), but more economically than politically in my partner's instance.

He would never see the energy industry the same way again after his radicalization (also called "awakening") in Seattle, but he had more radicalization ahead of him.

I have published this essay in other formats: format (10.7 megabytes) and format without visible links (the closest experience to reading a book), to honor different methods of digesting this essay, but this html version comprises the online textbook that I intended this essay to be. NASA recruited my father to work in Mission Control during the Space Race, and I was trained from childhood to be a scientist.

My first professional mentor invented as Nikola Tesla did, and among his many inventions was an engine hailed by a federal study as the worlds most promising alternative to the internal combustion engine.

They were probably trying to protect their economic turf and were not consciously acting on the Global Controllers behalf, which was probably also the case in Seattle.As I discovered the hard way, contrary to my business school indoctrination, there is little that resembles a free market in the USA, particularly in its energy industry, and there has never been a truly free market, a real democracy, a free press, an objective history, a purely pursued scientific method, or any other imaginary constructs that our dominant institutions promote.They may all be worthy ideals, but none has existed in the real world. This essay has internal links to this essay and to other essays on my website, with external links largely to Wikipedia and scientific papers. Note to Readers: This essay is more easily navigated with a browser other than Internet Explorer, such as Firefox.

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