A Project For A New Hungarian Eon

This is some psychotic rambling that was going to be fashioned in a much longer multi part series. Posted for interest.


1. Introduction

While history is known to repeat, and often even rhyme, it is easy for political leaders, corporate visionaries, and academics to focus on historical divisions, economics differences, and political polarities all the way across the human spectrum.

This document seeks to present a new vision for Hungary, and how by gradual, non-violent, compassionate re-ordering, the challenges relating to Hungary’s economic, healthcare, technological, spiritual, energy, educational and political systems can propel Hungary into a new age, where social, financial and medical liberties are achieved for all, rather than a plutocracy.

While little attention will be paid to historical political systems, this document will be guided by the Old Hungarian belief systems, one’s which focused on inclusion, balance and where those who are able and have the mean to do the most, do the most. Similar to the eco-systemic structures found in nature, there are some analogies that will be made to the animal kingdom and how by living in harmony with nature, taking lessons learnt from our partners and mother nature itself we can unravel a better society for all inhabitants of our beautiful planet.

While it would be easy to slip into a comparative analysis of where the incumbent government has failed, where historic challenges met by the Hungarian people failed to be met owing to both internal and external forces, and to attempt to use a specific section of society as a scapegoat, this document serves to look ahead – look ahead, and seek solutions to all the living entities in Hungary, whether rich or poor, able or disabled, robust or frail for the betterment of the nation as a whole.

2. Key Tenants

Hungary’s current situation could be addressed in a number of ways, however depending on where the specific individual sits on the bipartisan political spectrum, often polarised solutions, answers and systems are presented.

This section will present what the author of this document Hungary could do, if met with sufficient motivation and grit, looking ahead, to benefit from geolocational positioning both globally and within Europe, natural resources within the Carpathian basin, and the extensive academic, skilled and hardworking resources that Hungary possess – its people, its animals and its intellectual energy resources.

Perhaps one of the fastest growing economies in the history of Europe was Nazi Germany under the command of Adolf Hitler, despite the appalling and unacceptable human tragedies inflicted by the last great war. While historians have debated these events extensively, on both side of the Allied-Axis struggle, there are three points this document wishes to focus on –

1. In a particular speech held by Adolf Hitler, one of his stated aims was the Nazi Party was to be the sole power in Germany. An ultimate arbiter.

2. In perhaps his most motivating speech Hitler talked about heart and mind combining then not even the heavens could stop the party. In the end, the heavens did just that.

3. Finally, in another speech made by Adolf Hitler, when seeking to motivate human cooperation he noted that the most valuable assets a country has are its people.

In this document we propose to challenge these visions and add to them, with the hope that complete inclusion for all people, races, genders and sexual orientation can have their place in Hungary:

1. We believe in de-centralisation. Contrary to Winston Churchill’s famous quote – “The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter”. We do not agree with this statement, at least in the modern era, where technology has allowed human beings to access almost the entirety of human knowledge. We believe that the “average” individual contains as much intellectual, spiritual, and governance value as any other member of human society. Indeed, there is no one man or woman who can solve all human problems, perhaps setting an example is enough, rather we all must work together to achieve harmony.

Human beings are all born equal, and where failings of education, economics issues, lack of supportive parenting, spiritual conditions, gender and many other areas should not be dictated by a central authority, rather the people must learn to live in harmony, but where a an academic collective, such as ONDBOL TECHNOLOGIES can provide assistance, support and work tirelessly to solve challenges, should it be asked, encouraged and sought to do so for the benefit of others, only modesty, and anonymously, remunerated for time and problems solved.

2. While the heart and the mind are important in achieving radical change, the spiritual aspect of societies must not be forgotten. It is the earnest belief of the author of this document that God, whether the God of the Bible, or of the Torah, or indeed any of the other hundreds of faiths around the world, exists, and loves all human and non-human beings equally. Without the blessing of this higher power, all political movements are doomed to fail.

3. While of course human cooperation is a primary factor in political movements, or indeed in any human organisational units – governments, corporations and military organisations forget about the animals, plants, insects and the planet below our feet that we share this world with. Rebuilding a new world, a new country and new shining beacon of light cannot be done from the bones of a dying planet, nor from the bones of slave labour, nor from the bone’s and carcasses of dead animals, plants and species that inhabit our planet. Harmony must be found across these three dimensions – we must be environmentally friendly, we must want to change, to help others, and we must free living breathing animals, harvested in modern day concentration camps to serve the artificially induced appetites of wealthy Western families, while starvation, drought and a host of other problems plague some of the poorest parts of the world.

Having laid these key tenants down, we propose Hungary, as the birth place of a new way of living, as shining beacon of light. Many patriots have focused on reversing the Trianon treaty, or discussing the relative failings of the 1956 revolution or indeed any prior or subsequent historic event that led to the current political, spiritual and economic situation in the country or indeed many parts of the world.

However, by looking forward, helping others, while helping ourselves, is the only way to move forward.

Trianon cannot be undone by force, by manipulation, by co-erosion – the only way to achieve the growth of any country’s borders, is by setting an example that individuals that want to follow and to join.

If a Hungarian has a particular affinity for Transylvanian post Trianon struggles, it is not by forceful or historical events that this can be achieved – it is rather by moving ahead and building a community that manifests spiritual, human and financial riches – an example that will be followed, for if it truly serves the benefit of all – people, the crucible of our planet, and animals – likely, better outcomes will be achieved.

In the first of seven key tenants, we will lay down an approach to Hungary’s economic future, one that seeks to work in harmony with foreign entities that have invested into Hungary, should they be willing to co-operate within the borders of legal, political and ethical domains that the Hungarian people decide for themselves, the Hungarian people as a whole and the pre-existing mineral and energy wealth existing in the Carpathian basin.


In this first section we will present an economic model, based on case studies of other successful regions having established rapid economic growth in other parts of the world.

This will be broken down into three key areas

1. Energy production and usage – while many environmental campaigners advocate for a complete devolution back into the forests, this is wishful thinking.

The author challenges the reader to spend an evening lying in a field, without a tent or similar, and you will quickly realise that we are not equipped for survival in the same way as animals – our skin can be punctured by mosquitos, our bodies can react adversely to hot and cold, and predators can make swift work of our flesh – we are as much impacted by the elements as other animals, and ignoring hundreds and thousands of years of technological development would be counter-productive.

There does however need to be a focus on using the energy generated wisely. A good example are crypto-currencies – while the author of this document is a keen supporter of the concept of de-centralisation, the current push for crypto-currencies, results in a situation where mining utilises more energy than the current energy usage of Switzerland. If these crypto-currencies provided a means for the exchange of value, while ensuring that criminal elements in society cannot cause harm (whether physically, emotional or financial) to others, then this would be met with support.

However, in the third part of this document, ONDBOL TECHNOLOGIES, will present how many of the largest crypto-currencies, have inherent mathematical vulnerabilities, using a mathematical proof of concept, that could allow for an adversarial agent to collapse the crypto-currency market owing to mathematical, technological and human errors in their design, process and construction of these technological systems.

Clearly the proof of concept will rather focus on exploiting the mathematical limitations of the design of these systems, in a way whereby the system will not collapse and fifty percent of the currencies that have be mined, representing a fraction of the market, will be given to charitable organisations that deal with bettering human societies.

2. Each human being, animal and living organism represents energy. The human brain represents the most complex structure in our known universe, or at least within the intellectual framework from which we can make these observations, while animals and plants also produce, use and ensure the continuation of our planet’s, our celestial and interdimensional structures that we can draw from, and simultaneously must feed back into to maintain balance if we are to ensure the survival of the human, spiritual and natural systems that we form a central role within.

3. The third section of our focus on energy will look at ways to promote spiritual, artistic, visionary and conceptual energy.

All human beings to some extent operate on a system of beliefs, whether self-modelled, societally enforced or experienced in the real world as a singular mind, or as part of our global, and indeed, national collective conscious.

While an idea, a vision, or a “feeling” such as love cannot be measured, the author of this document seeks to give light to this memology as tangible, consumable and life sustaining energy forces, that can serve to either promote or denigrate a human’ beings inner, outer and experienced realities.

To commence with the first section focusing on energy relating to technological growth, let us present some key concepts that are important to consider.

Kardashev was a Russian physicist, concerned with establishing the Kardashev scale. This scale categorised a civilisation based on its ability to make use of and adequately harness the planet and celestial energies available to our civilisation.

While there is much effort being invested by the United States in their newly developed Space Force, the author believes this is largely driven by a military and imperialist strategic move, focusing on enhancing aerial strike capabilities owing to an aging naval fleet with a concern for Chinese & Russian military capabilities advancements, while promoting their information and soft power projection dominance, and the inherent financial incentives.

Human beings cannot project our reach into space, without first solving issues present on our planet. Much in the same way as domestic issues, human beings are not fit to move into nearby star systems until they have successfully resolved the issues that we have created on our own planet.

Therefore to focus solely on a Type I civilisation, we will present the earth’s most abundant energy sources, present their geographic location, present what role Hungary has to play in this advancement and to then subsequently outline an intelligent, organised and harmonious way of securing the energy and maintaining it in Hungarian hands, the inhabitants of this fertile land.

Land, minerals and cultural concepts belong to the inhabitants of those lands, and where the author believes United States’ domestic and foreign policy failings are heightened are when Imperialism is used as a means for resource grabbing, rather than real diplomatic, human and natural co-operation to benefit both sides of the equation.

Any equation that is imbalanced, leads to pain, suffering, ill health and ultimately war. If the second World War is anything to go by, the human family must grow up and take responsibility for our planet and the animals and plants that we live with together.

Let us start by introducing what a Type I civilisation represents by using Kardashev’s own words –

A Type I civilization, also called a planetary civilization—can use and store all of the energy available on its planet.

While it may seem as though human beings have been successful in harnessing the resources of our planet, the numbers, pollution, efficacy and geopolitics reveal an entirely different story.

If we take the most abundant, free and environmentally friendly energy source on the planet and run some calculations, we can see that human beings have barely scratched the surface of our planet’s energy production potential.

The energy source in question is geothermal energy. Our planet’s core is abundant with energy, emitting a continuous source of thermal energy. The amount of energy (ΔE) you get from a hot object depends on three things: its mass (m), its change in temperature (ΔT), and its specific heat capacity ©:

Heat capacity is used as a term that can tell us how much energy per mass per degree Celsius an object has. It depends only on the type of material. If you have a gram of water and a gram of styrofoam at the same temperature, the water will have more energy because it has a higher specific heat capacity. This means you need to know the kind of material you are getting energy from; for geothermal, it's mostly rock near the surface and iron in the core.

For the interior of the Earth, this thermal energy comes from two sources: gravity and radioactivity. The gravity part has to do with the formation of the planet. matter in the early solar system had a gravitational attraction to other matter and through the process of the formulation of covalent bonds among other physical and chemical processes, matter coalesced. As this matter moved together, they increased in speed and collided, with thermodynamics increasing heat.

This process of changing from gravitational potential energy to an increase in kinetic energy and then finally an increase in thermal energy. The same thing happens when you drop something on the floor. The object might have started off with gravitational potential energy, but then it ended up on the ground with a slightly higher temperature. That's what happened with the Earth.

It’s true that the Earth has been cooling off for more than 5 billion years, radiating energy out into space. However, the reason it’s still hot inside has to do with the physics of scale. In short, celestial objects are different to small scale matter. The thermal energy in the interior of the Earth is proportional to its volume, which scales as the cube of the planet’s radius (r3). The radiant loss of energy goes through the surface of the Earth, which is proportional to the square of the radius (r2).

What that means: If you double the radius, the thermal energy increases by a factor of 8 (= 23), but the surface area increases only by a factor of 4 (= 22). So the larger object, the longer it takes to cool off. That's why the moon's interior is much cooler than the Earth's.

The gravitational formation of the Earth is not enough to account for its current interior temperature, however. The other source of energy is the radioactive decay of some heavier elements like uranium, thorium, and potassium.

So how long would it take to use up all of our planet’s thermal energy? That depends on how much there is and how fast we deplete it.

Let's start by estimating the total thermal energy in the Earth. Just to be clear, estimations are like onions—no, not because they make you cry. It's because estimations have layers.

At the outermost layer of this estimation problem, we can just use some rough assumptions. Focusing on the following data -

Radius of Earth: 6.371 x 106 meters

Mass of Earth: 5.972 x 1024 kilograms

Temperature of Earth’s interior: 1,000 to 5,000 degrees Celsius

Specific heat capacity of Earth’s interior: 800 (iron) to 2,000 (rock) joules per kilogram per degree Celsius

As you can see, we don’t have single values for the temperature and the specific heat capacity, because these vary as you move out from the core to the rocky crust.

Here we calculate the energy for a change in temperature from 1,000 Celsius to 100 Celsius.

Earth Thermal Energy = 4.29984e+30 J

Earth Energy in iPhone 11s = 1.01066e+26 iPhone 11s

That number of equal to the amount of energy humans use. How long would it last? Let's start by reviewing the difference between power and energy. The energy is one part of the calulation. Power is the rate of energy use.

If the energy is measured in joules and the time is in seconds, then power would be in units of watts. Just to give you a feel for this, a normal human riding on a bike can produce about 100 watts. If I know the power and the total energy (from above), then I can calculate the time it would take to use all this energy.

There are 8 billion people on Earth. If they all lived in the US, then a typical household would use an average of about 1 kilowatt. With 4 humans in a house, that would be 250 watts per person. Of course, that's too high. Other humans on the planet don't have access to that much energy. I wouldn't be surprised if the average over the whole planet was lower than 100 watts, but again, to be conservative, I'm going to go with the higher value.

Now I can calculate the time to use the 4 x 1030 joules in the Earth with a power of 800 billion watts (100 watts × 8 billion people). We will also assume that the transfer of thermal to electrical energy is not 100 percent efficient, making an estimation that 10 percent of the thermal energy gets converted into useful stuff. Here's what I get:

Energy used up in = 5.3748e+17 seconds = 1.70412e+10 years

Even with these low-end estimates, we should be able to get 17 billion years of free power—without any carbon dioxide emissions or nuclear waste.

Now that we have made our case for geothermal energy, let us start by looking at our planet and suitable locations for this kind of energy production, the relative benefits of doing so, and what total energy production estimates one could potentially achieve.

As per the original aims of this document we will next present why Hungary presents the optimal crucible for this new universal order, based on mutual cooperation, trust and compassion.

While many studies have been conducted over the years in the Carpathian Basin, relating to its positioning above the magma, the author has been unable to access detailed academic studies owing numerous universities in Hungary having this information inaccessible. This document hosted by the university of Szeged, does provide some insightful information (https://www.geothermalenergy.org/pdf/IGAstandard/EGC/szeged/P-4-01.pdf)

There are some key areas that have been marked for further geological study, and as indicated in the image below, the Komarom-Esztergom county represents one such area. With the author having local knowledge of area in question, alongside the existence of numerous Thermal baths in Bábolna, and Komárom, it can be deduced that these scientific studies that have been done by foreign organisations are reliable.

Two particular areas of land in question that represent ideal investment opportunities into geothermal energy, alongside a logistical hub for the purposes of transport over rail of Korean produced lithium batteries by SK Innovation in Komárom, a 430,000 square meter plant less than 20km from the former Hungarian Sugar Factory and Lumberyard (Cukor Gyar & Fa Telep).

Alongside the logistical hub, a Hungarian manufacturing line can be assembled to retrofit the 750,000 vehicles left idled by virtue of coronavirus and Hertz Rent A Car’s $19 billion debt. T

his region presents a unique opportunity to deliver rapid economic growth. To summarise –

1. The Geothermal potential of the 67-hectare former Sugar Factory and 7-hectare former Fa Telep represents a significant opportunity for geo-thermal energy production

2. While geothermal energy production can meet enormous energy demand, with the drilling and needed territories not being substantial represent a vast opportunity for above surface manufacturing and retrofitting of Hertz Rent-A-Cars entire assembly line into a second hand battery charged competitor to Tesla automobiles, allowing for the creation of Hungarian automobile factory.

3. Where, owing to geopolitical reasons SK innovation do not wish to sell batteries to the factory, a number of approaches could consider ranging from covert military or guerrilla action, importing at cost the batteries from abroad or long-term investment into these capabilities in Hungary. With regards to cover military action, SK Innovation have erected cell towers to provide communication capabilities to their staff, solely within the confines of the factory. Communications disruptions equipment could be utilised to achieve disarray within the factory, owing to limited and knowledge of Hungarian language capabilities within the factory, essentially causing disarray within the production line. Such an action could render the factory un-operable and subsequently investment into acquiring equipment, land, blue prints could be harnessed by the Hungarian government to develop a Hungarian owned battery factory.

4. Transport of the retrofitted cars could be achieved by the development of a logistics plant on the former Sugar Factory and Lumberyard, allowing for the most efficient cargo transport of vehicles throughout Europe.

5. Further development into creating and enhancing existing rail siding, general maintenance and further capabilities to support the logistics centre.

6. This combined investment would represent a significant opportunity for development of geothermal, automotive, lithium battery, rail siding, rail maintenance, and rail logistics capabilities.

7. A further research facility, concerned with the development of novel Hungarian technologies could be proposed in a small facility onsite.

A similar model with regards to the proposed development of the Komarom-Esztergom region could be modelled in other regions seeking synergies in similar ways.

With regards to human energy throughput and output, a further document will be presented around the establishment of a new, robust, and world class entertainment system relating to promoting Hungarian values, Hungarian identity and international co-operation to water the seed of growth in Hungary.

In terms of the development of the artistic, visual, spiritual energies, this document will also be further enhanced once a trip to the Transylvanian region has been conducted by author and any team members will to partake in the proposed plan.

It is the earnest belief of the author, that family, society, and the future of the human race can only be achieved through forgiveness, acceptance of individual differences, and focus on selfless acceptance that life is a wave like entity and peaks and troughs are inevitable.