Saudis Turn Their Backs on Oil
The world's greatest genius is well-known for his work behind the television, lasers, remote controls, and DVDs.
But his greatest discovery remained hidden for nearly 50 years.
And now, thanks to a stunning breakthrough in chemical engineering...
His most remarkable advance, unlimited energy for all of mankind, is on the verge of becoming reality.
The fuel he's unleashed is so cheap... so abundant... and so easy to access... that it's about to make oil obsolete.
Saudi oil minister Ali Al-Naimi says his country could COMPLETELY STOP using oil and gas.
Bill Gates, the world's richest man, has done a complete 180-degree turnaround and is now investing billions in this technology.
Warren Buffett is set to double the $15 billion he's already invested.
And Russia's richest oligarch shifted away from his oil roots and is now backing this fuel.
This breakthrough threatens to bankrupt the monopoly of big oil companies, including Exxon Mobil, BP, and Royal Dutch Shell.
And representatives of the energy industry are desperately lobbying Congress, trying to stamp it out before it decimates their fat profits.
But with enough fuel to power the planet for 36,000 years available for free, that's not going to happen.
And now a member of the United States intelligence community has come forward to reveal exactly how this "universal fuel" will enable America to declare complete energy independence for the first time in 40 years.
Amazingly, it's all thanks to simple grains of sand.
I recommend you see the full story immediately.
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