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  1. 1. Universidad de la Amazonia English Degree Seminar Patrick Daniel Marisancén Varón World Energy Crisis Since 1970 –and even before- there has been a topicon the table of many powerful men around the world. From government to Kingdoms; and served ateveryone’s home. Everybody goes affected by the declared energy crisis going on. Fossil fuels and non-renewable resources are getting over. It is a fact that oil is running out from the globe and some people are doing everything what is necessary for having what is left. Business men would fight against anything for having that money. Moreover, we already reached the peak of oil reserve and now we are counting back for its ending. Mankind seems to be blind and tied on hands. Is that actually a crisis for worrying about? Do not we know any other way of generating energy on earth? There are many, and they have been known from many years until now. Renewable energy source are real and as efficient as any other fuel so far. Water, Wind and Sun are the three main sources of renewable and almost infinite energy and they have been with us since the beginning of times. However, there is a kind of energy that is not mention too frequent which is radiant energy. Nikola Tesla, who lived from 1856 to 1943, was fascinated by radiant energy and its free-energy possibilities.He stated: "This new power for the driving of the world's machinery will be derived from the energy which operates the universe, the cosmic energy, whose central source for the earth is the sun and which is everywhere present in unlimited quantities."
  2. 2. Universidad de la Amazonia English Degree Seminar Patrick Daniel Marisancén Varón Regardless of Tesla’s attempts, the free energy devices have been suppressed by the corporate world, because such devices, would allow people to create their own energy for free, which would ultimately shut down the big energy corporations, because people will not need to pay anymore for electricity to fill the pockets of the powerful men. Now in 2013, when all the necessary equipment is available to make some changes, is there an energy crisis around the world, or are we suffering froman ignorance crisis? Why would humans continue destroying what earth offer to them instead of using wisely its resources? Why would money and power rule over justice? This is the time for changing our reality and only we will make it possible. In conclusion, we cannot spend more time waiting for someone else to do what we have to do. Nikola Tesla was a genius and inventor who during his life shared his knowledge with mankind. He designed and worked on a unique electric magnifying tower known as Wardenclyffe on New York, as means to transmit free energy and communications without wires.Knowing this how is it possible that still today we are paying and working for these big corporations? They are destroying everything what is precious and priceless on earth just for a few dollars. They are killing us and we allow them to do so. We have to stand in our feet and raise our fists, now.
  3. 3. Universidad de la Amazonia English Degree Seminar Patrick Daniel Marisancén Varón Historical crises 1970s energy crisis - caused by the peaking of oil production in major industrial nations (Germany, United States, Canada, etc.) and embargoes from other producers 1973 oil crisis - caused by an OPEC oil export embargo by many of the major Arab oil-producing states, in response to Western support of Israel during the Yom Kippur War 1979 oil crisis - caused by the Iranian Revolution 1990 oil price shock - caused by the Gulf War The 2000–2001 California electricity crisis - Caused by market manipulation by Enron and failed deregulation; resulted in multiple large-scale power outages Fuel protests in the United Kingdom in 2000 were caused by a rise in the price of crude oil combined with already relatively high taxation on road fuel in the UK. North American natural gas crisis 2004 Argentine energy crisis North Korea has had energy shortages for many years. Zimbabwe has experienced a shortage of energy supplies for many years due to financial mismanagement. Political riots occurring during the 2007 Burmese anti-government protests were sparked by rising energy prices. Kuwait's Al Burqan Oil Field, the world's second largest oil field
  4. 4. Universidad de la Amazonia English Degree Seminar Patrick Daniel Marisancén Varón 2000s energy crisis - Since 2003, a rise in prices caused by continued global increases in petroleum demand coupled with production stagnation, the falling value of the U.S. dollar, and a myriad of other secondary causes. 2008 Central Asia energy crisis, caused by abnormally cold temperatures and low water levels in an area dependent on hydroelectric power. At the same time the South African President was appeasing fears of a prolonged electricity crisis in South Africa."Mbeki in pledge on energy crisis".Financial Times.Retrieved 2008- 02-10. In February 2008 the President of Pakistan announced plans to tackle energy shortages that were reaching crisis stage, despite having significant hydrocarbon reserves,.[3] In April 2010, the Pakistani government announced the Pakistan national energy policy, which extended the official weekend and banned neon lights in response to a growing electricity shortage.[4] South African electrical crisis. The South African crisis led to large price rises for platinum in February 2008 and reduced gold production.[5] China experienced severe energy shortages towards the end of 2005 and again in early 2008. During the latter crisis they suffered severe damage to power networks along with diesel and coal shortages.[6] Supplies of electricity in Guangdong province, the manufacturing hub of China, are predicted to fall short by an estimated 10 GW.[7] In 2011 China was forecast to have a second quarter electrical power deficit of 44.85 - 49.85 GW

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