Well then, forgive me for not knowing I'm in the presence of the divine. (I find this incredibly humorous since you brought religion into the conversation)
Neither do I find such technology not worth looking at. We just came to different conclusions about it. Obviously I did find it worth investigating, or I would not have looked up the patents and information on it. I also bothered to look at the peer reviews to determine what others, more knowledgeable than I, have said about such technologies.
All such is worth investigation. It is profitable to know what is out there. After all, sometimes the greatest products have simply been from someone taking various parts, that have been around for ages, and putting them together in a different way. For example: the Tesla Roadster. You take a Lithium Ion battery, a 4-pole 3-phase induction motor, add in a computer controlled power inverter, and surprise you have a $100K EV, a company likely to make millions selling EVs that have existed for a hundred years now.
The difference, as I said, is we have reach different views on the evidence. You seem to have some sort of conspiracy theory on it. I have come to the realizations that most of these technologies are frauds, some are working but highly impractical, some show promise but as of yet are unmarketable, and a few are just plain fruity.
One guy made a self powering electric motor. He claimed this and that, and that he had tapped into the "powers of the universe!". Had demonstrations, videos, had people check it out for him. All did very well. Then he moved... away from the high power lines... the motor quit working. DOH!
The fact you can get a 1/100th of a watt from high power lines is not new. Some guy in Australia, lit 2 dozen florescent lights simply by grounding one end, and having a coil at the other, while being directly under high power lines. Shocking! (must be that power of the universe that only shows up near the local high power lines)
I just don't buy the conspiracy theory. The idea that "evil oil" or "evil power company" or "big *whatever*" is going around with their henchmen killing every inventor in the whole country that comes up with this super amazing device that will power the whole planet for free! It is just crazy.
Even the Tucker automobile was not killed by "the big three". Government is what killed the Tucker. If you want to claim Government is suppressing the information, great, but you think the US government is stopping every inventor world wide? We can barely handle a few religious fruit bats in Iraq, how do you suggest we're stopping inventors in Germany, Sweden, Russia, and everywhere else in the world? And what about the governments there? Russia would LOVE to have a free energy device. It would restore their whole economy.
And how would information be suppressed at all? If I, being barely "mildly intelligent", somehow came up with some crazy invention that created free usable practical power, and was somehow being suppressed, I could have the information on how to make it, sent all over the entire planet in seconds. There is no way anyone would be able to suppress this information in era of the internet. I could post it on dozens of forums, dozens of BBS, sent to hundreds of universities world wide, news papers, magazines, and scientific journals, all in seconds without any way of containing it.
So, if I could do this, why do all these inventors with their amazing perfect sources of free unlimited energy to power the world, not do it?
There is two possibilities. One, the technology is a fraud. Two, the inventor is greedy and wants to get paid for their invention. If this is the case, then I don't want to hear "follow the money" or "evil oil" or "greedy energy companies". Don't tell me about how greedy everyone else is, when you have technology information the could free the whole world from middle east oil, yet refuse to release until you get paid. You can't say "show me the money!" and yet claim everyone else is greedy.