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Plenty of people messed around with the idea of the light bulb, (Jean Foucault, Humphrey Davy, . Starr, some other guys you'll never read about in a history text book), but Heinrich Goebel was likely the first person to have actually invented it, back in 1854. He tried selling it to Edison, who saw no practical use in Goebel's invention and refused. Shortly thereafter, Goebel died and, shortly after that, Edison bought Goebel's patent, (you know, the one he saw no merit in), off of Goebel's impoverished widow at a cost much lower than what it was worth.
Benya, with all due respect for his work, and some of it is quite insightful, does not seem to have the real grasp on the underlying issues, nor he has those necessary keys that "open the doors" to this most profound riddle in the entire history of this planet. Yes, he does know some things and has some intuitive grasp of it, and probably more than many others, but still he looks like one of those "blind ones", groping in the darkness of evil without having the sufficiently solid base to stand upon, and it's been said: the house, built on a rock will stand, but the house built on sand will collapse as soon as rains and winds come in. And, to our opinion, Benya's "house" is precisely built on sand. Simple as that.