If you are looking for free online Cryptocurrency Mining adventures, look no further than the Internet. I would be willing to bet that you're sitting at your desk right now reading this article because you are all too familiar with how easily information in cyberspace can be misconstrued or misquoted. This is one of the most dangerous things that can happen on the Internet. With literally billions of web pages being viewed every day, it is easy for bad information to spread virally without any trace of origin.
As an example, some of you might have come across the term "toxic waste." This is information that has no evident origins, and yet it continues to make the rounds. A recent article on Business Week included the statement, "Some people say free energy is coming to the electric company. That's true, but the government isn't ready to put the idea into play just yet."
What's even worse is that they didn't even have a clue what it was, and why anyone would want to try to implement such a thing. How would anyone know where to find this free electricity? How would they know that it wouldn't be abused? How would they know that it wouldn't cause them to stand over a barrel of oil or something similar?
Well, they wouldn't know anything about it because there simply isn't any information on it. You see, the Electric Company would never allow this to happen because they would never make any money from it. And they don't want to do so either. They only make money when there is energy created by burning fuel to create it. So you can understand why they would not want to mess with free energy. They would rather sit back and allow the free market to work its magic.
You may think to yourself, "so what? Who cares?" I know you mean well, but you have to stop and consider the fact that there is a lot of money to be made in this process if only there was some sort of common knowledge that could have been shared. Nowhere in this article are you going to find any information that will give you this sort of common knowledge?
I am sure there are some out there somewhere, but again, where? Have you ever thought about how deep the rabbit hole actually is? Well, you may want to consider reading "Space Oddity: A Brief History of the Extraterrestrial Community" by Philip J. Gomera. It's a great read, and probably one of the best resources you will ever use for getting information on this subject. In fact, it might even lead you down a new wormhole!