The problem with conspiracy stuff is that anyone can put anything up. If you tried to prove or disprove every conspiracy or even a handful of conspiracies about PPMs you would live a long life void of any findings. You can never build every machine design idea to actually prove it wrong and it's not possible so neither end will win. That's where conspiracies come from, there is no way to prove or disprove it. It's the whole, "You say you're not a spy but that's exactly what a spy would say so you must be." The other problem with some of the conspiracy theories that you post is that have no reason to make the claims from the proof. They will find one thing that is true and fly in a different direction, like there are unexplained Pyramids that have just been found, so there must be aliens that built them and used them as power plants to enslave human kind and fuel their ships... When you look at these you are to go back to their original proof and make your own conclusion, what if these pyramids were just well hidden because the race that built them didn't want to be found? I've done the math enough times and seen enough cases of energy conservation that I know that it won't work. If you can pull the energy from somewhere then I would begin to believe that you are onto something. Don't say resonance frequency that is not something that creates energy or amplifies it. The problem is you aren't doing the math and only relying on instincts. Instincts lead to thoughts like since birds have feathers if I had feathers I could fly, of if you weigh less then a duck you are a witch. It just doesn't work.