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ridicule

noun: language or behavior intended to mock or humiliate
noun: the act of deriding or treating with contempt
verb: subject to laughter or ridicule ("The satirists ridiculed the plans for a new opera house")
verb: to try to make someone or something seem silly by making fun of them in an unkind way


Schauberger
We shall now address what is encompassed by the title of this article. Rather than present a long and detailed description or explanation, the only proper course of action would simply be to demonstrate the new source of energy, as most people would suggest. Certainly that would be the right thing to do. However, various reasons argue against this, which should and must be taken into account. Firstly, in the present times [immediately post-WW II] it is not at all easy to obtain the necessary materials, suitable skilled labour, machines, etc., all of which are required to fabricate these bio-machines. Moreover, and understandably so, a justifiable disbelief also prevails when such Utopian things are to be produced and also have to be explained in order to begin the laborious creation of a first prototype, because today nobody can be motivated to work on frivolities. Over the last few years extremely hard work was done under almost impossible conditions and the most extraordinary results achieved, all of which seemed ordained to arouse a zest for further work. However, the desire to work is by no means overwhelming and entirely justifiable suspicion is everywhere. This is compounded by the fact that in spite of all the curiosity, nobody wants to be ridiculed for being taken for a ride by a supposed visionary. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Economy Founded on Reactively Produced Energy]

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