Your taxes are going up; your electric and gas bills are costing more; and the government is telling you to use your air conditioner less in the summer. Why? For an energy crisis that doesn´t exist. In Energy: The Created Crisis, Antony C. Sutton confirms the suspicion long held by many that the energy ´´crisis´´ is a hoax perpetrated on the American people by big government aided and abetted by big business. Topics: America´s present reserves are enough for the next 2000 years. How and why the US government works to obstruct energy development. Which huge multi-national companies are most politically active in supporting the government´s efforts to encourage the energy ´´crisis´´ and why. Nuclear energy is far cheaper and safer than oil, coal, and gas. The ruling elite, and who they are and why they´re working against you. Energy: The Created Crisis exposes the energy ´´crisis´´ plot, explains how it works, and tells how the free market can sweep it away.
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This thesis presents a series of experimental techniques based on scanning probe microscopy, which make it possible access the degree of freedom of protons both in real and energy space. These novel techniques and methods allow direct visualization of the concerted quantum tunneling of protons within the hydrogen-bonded network and quantification of the quantum component of a single hydrogen bond at a water-solid interface for the first time. Furthermore, the thesis demonstrates that the anharmonic quantum fluctuations of hydrogen nuclei further weaken the weak hydrogen bonds and strengthen the strong ones. However, this trend was reversed when the hydrogen bond coupled to the local environment. These pioneering findings substantially advance our understanding of the quantum nature of H bonds at the molecular level.