Clash of The Geniuses: Inventing the Impossible
Despite the resistance of those committed to maintaining their own entrenched economic and political advantage, the seemingly outrageous impossibilities of one generation become the revolutionary breakthroughs of the next. In the 20th century, while Marconi, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse managed to capture most of the attention, others, with technological prowess bordering on the miraculous, have gone unnoticed. Tesla, Moray, Riech, Russell and Schauberger, largely rejected, ridiculed and despised by the scientific establishment of their day, labored in nearly complete obscurity. They achieved almost incomprehensible miracles like free energy, anti-gravity, transmutation of elements, physical rejuvenation technologies and more.
DVD, 60 minutes