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WTF World’s Their Future

WTF – World’s Their Future

Our World needs us to work for a better tomorrow

Yes, I know, I usually write about technology and this title does not reflect that topic.

But technology it is! Over the past months, I have been struck by some interesting data that I'd like to share with you. While I am not a GREEN fanatic, I was impressed by several statistics that gave me grave concern for our world. Our planet may well be in worse condition for the next generations to come. I will tell you about a man, a great man, with a story of amazing hope and possibilities.

Technology must provide a solution for a better tomorrow. We know that there are seven types of pollution: water, air, land, thermal, noise, light and radioactivity. Our failure to contain these forms of pollution will allow them to expand and harm our future. The most serious of these environmental issues are water, air and land. As a people, we have left our earth no better than when we received it. My generation, the Baby Boomers, recognized the damage but have made it many times worse. Subsequent generations have identified the problems and have taken steps to correct it, but they are too little, too late. An increasingly larger price will be paid in the future.

The damage we have done and continue to do to our world is eye-opening. In our oceans there is an estimated 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic and 715 tons of fishing nets. Air pollution admissions into our atmosphere are estimated at 101 million tons per year. On land, approximately 72 percent of all plastic is never recovered.

Environmental concerns have brought clean energy systems to center stage. We are looking for ways to reduce our dependence on greenhouse gasses to preserve our planet for future generations. The push to eliminate fuel and gas emissions have given us different ways to provide power with renewable energy. Capacity has doubled in the last ten years - 65 out of 195 countries uses this source for 30 percent of their electricity. As new technologies emerge, they provide us with revolutionary ways to approach energy efficiency.


John R.R. Searl (1932-2019) inventor of the SEG (Searl Effect Generator)

“there is nothing impossible except that the state of your mind makes it so”

Professor John Roy Robert Searl is a visionary inventor of an energy solution that has earned him the name "Father of Free Energy". John Searl passed away at age 86 in January 2019, but his desire to see his technology fully implemented for people and the environment continues at SEG Magnetic, Inc. I did not personally meet Professor Searl but spent informative time with Fernando D. Morris the CEO of SEGM. He has worked side by side with Prof. Searl for the past two decades, proving Searls' invention is an energy generator for the masses.

Professor Searl’s story is typical of those that create a generational invention. He faced constant obstacles - from government officials equipped with misleading information to big business feeling threatened by his technology. The skeptics were always at his heels with successful efforts to prevent the world from realizing the revolutionary machine for energy creation. They succeeded in persecuting him and having his prototypes and working models confiscated. The idea of disruptive devices that could replace power plants put fear into the establishment. Through it all Professor Searl stayed true to his final mission of giving the world free energy without any of the negative side effects of current power generation methods.

The Searl Effect Generator (SEG) generates electrical power by converting natural energy based on magnetic waveforms. Free flowing electrons from the air are converted into usable electricity without any fuel. It is 100% clean energy! This electrical energy is created by using electrons to harness kinetic energy from the ambient environment surrounding the SEG as an open system of energy conversion. In this way, nothing is created or destroyed in completing the circuit. Since none of the moving parts are in contact with each other, there is no wear is produced. This gives the SEG a long and maintenance free life. The SEG can be the size of one-meter in diameter of 15kw capable of powering a home. It can also be several megawatts for powering of city electrical grids. The approach of SEGM is to build grid size generators and provide power that is pollution free. This will result in longevity and reduced cost to the consumers. In this way, Professor Searl’s hope and vision to benefit mankind will be a reality.

Fernando Morris

With the passing of Professor Searl, it leaves Mr. Fernando D. Morris as the one man with the knowledge, practical experience and ability to lead the world into a recognizing and utilizing this powerful clean energy device. Without Mr. Morris, this technology could have stayed buried as it has been for more than 50 years already. Mr. Morris has personally investigated the SEG concept and has isolated the operational functions of the technology. He has built proof of concept demonstration units at the SEGM facilities in San Diego. The SEGM company is manufacturing units which can and will provide power to homes and businesses on a large scale.

Consumers are no longer mere users of electricity. They are informed participants in the production of their power and are concerned over cost and environmental impact. Energy grids have become less centralized over time, as grids move away from power plants in favor of distributed energy sources. Groupings of smaller energy sources are less vulnerable to failure, and provide reliable, cost effective energy options which is the approach of SEGM. Planning for the energy needs of the future is no easy task. It’s a challenge to ensure reliable energy provision for consumers that drives Mr. Morris and SEGM and the SEG energy infrastructure.

There is a race for clean energy.

The Earth will survive, but the Human Race may not...


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