Recent reports have revealed that over 5,000 inventions as of 2014 are currently under secrecy orders initiated by the ISA.
“The 1971 list indicates that patents for solar photovoltaic generators were subject to review and possible restriction if the photovoltaics were more than 20% efficient. Energy conversion systems were likewise subject to review and possible restriction if they offered conversion efficiencies in “excess of 70-80%.” (source)
In light of this potential suppression, there is some promising news. This good news has been revealed concerning Sangulani Chikumbutso, a Zimbabwean who has created an electric powered car and a hybrid helicopter among other products through his company SAITH Technologies. This development is notable because the production of the automobile is done via electromagnetic waves and radio frequencies. This is significant because the car does not need a charge.
As his website explains:
“By revealing undisclosed substance (industry secreted) to radio wavelengths, the Eco-friendly power generator has the capacity to funnel the power generated into function electrical energy. His assertion is always that he has moved past the rules of preservation of energy as generally comprehended as equivalent shift of energy from a single form to a different one proclaiming that this kind of “discovery” displays the application of basic gel battery packs in series of 220 volts generating a greater output in electrical power (500,000 Watts). We aren’t certain how this claim could be allayed, therefore we wish at some discussion board researchers will put the statements to test.”
The United States Government has recently given Chikumbutso a new home in California to work on his project. Some believe this was done by the US Government in order to control this type of invention.
The concept of an electric car has been around longer than people think. It is not uncommon for such technological innovation to take much more time than people anticipate in terms of taking off and being widely accepted and implemented into society. In an industry that is run by oil-powered vehicles, it hard to get the public to take notice if you are attempting to put an electric car on the market.
The technologies needed for electric cars are often under monopolies controlled by huge corporations who want to control the clean energy market if it takes off in the future. Many believe that eventually, it will be illegal to make a car that runs on oil, therefore forcing a market of clean energy automobiles.
Many believe similar inventions have never seen the light of day due to the “Invention Secrecy Act” (ISA) of 1951, which states that patent applications on new inventions could be held secret if disclosure is determined to be potentially detrimental for society. One has to wonder if this act has led to the suppression of revolutionary inventions.