Well before Waco and Ruby Ridge, inspired by Hankk Williams Jr. “Country Boy Will Survive” I was publishing a Magazine called “High Country” from the foothills of the Sierras in Placerville CA.
It was there I met Paul Pantone. He had a little Briggs and Stratton motor with a strange carburetor attached. We loaded it into the back of my Bronco and drove it around to gas station and demonstrated it running everything from waste oil to Coca Cola.
He called it GEET. The Friendship continued and his invention appears in many documentaries where free eneergy is discussed.
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