Re: Lester J Hendershot - The Hendershot Fuel Less Generator

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Rich Grise, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    On Thu, 10 Sep 2009 22:09:51 -0700, gabydewilde wrote:

    > Around the 1920's Lester Hendershot, a keen aviator, was looking at trying
    > to improve the Aviation Compass to make a more reliable Compass. He
    > stumbled on a Energy Generator to be later named to the Hendershot
    > Fuel-Less Generator. Some called the device the "Hendershot Magnetic
    > Motor" or the "Hendershot Fuel-Less Motor".
    >
    > "Fuelless Motor Impresses Experts"


    If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?

    Or these?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_perpetual_motion_machines

    Oh, yeah - "conspiracy theories".

    TANSTAAFL, you know, even though Commisar Obama would have you believe
    otherwise.

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
    Rich Grise, Sep 11, 2009
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  2. Rich Grise

    Martin Brown Guest

    John Larkin wrote:
    > On Fri, 11 Sep 2009 09:32:40 -0700, Rich Grise <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> On Thu, 10 Sep 2009 22:09:51 -0700, gabydewilde wrote:
    >>
    >>> Around the 1920's Lester Hendershot, a keen aviator, was looking at trying
    >>> to improve the Aviation Compass to make a more reliable Compass. He
    >>> stumbled on a Energy Generator to be later named to the Hendershot
    >>> Fuel-Less Generator. Some called the device the "Hendershot Magnetic
    >>> Motor" or the "Hendershot Fuel-Less Motor".
    >>>
    >>> "Fuelless Motor Impresses Experts"

    >> If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?

    >
    > Because the CIA (or whatever they had back then), funded by the coal
    > companies, arrived in the dark of night, in black biplanes, and
    > sabotaged the machines and brainwashed everyone involved.
    >
    > Next question?


    Did he patent it? That should be good for a laugh.

    It is only fairly recently that USPTO stopped allowing people to file
    patents for inventions that purport to be perpetual motion machines.

    Regards,
    Martin Brown
     
    Martin Brown, Sep 11, 2009
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  3. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    On Fri, 11 Sep 2009 09:39:20 -0700, John Larkin wrote:
    > On Fri, 11 Sep 2009 09:32:40 -0700, Rich Grise <>
    >>On Thu, 10 Sep 2009 22:09:51 -0700, gabydewilde wrote:
    >>
    >>> Around the 1920's Lester Hendershot, a keen aviator, was looking at
    >>> trying to improve the Aviation Compass to make a more reliable Compass.
    >>> He stumbled on a Energy Generator to be later named to the Hendershot
    >>> Fuel-Less Generator. Some called the device the "Hendershot Magnetic
    >>> Motor" or the "Hendershot Fuel-Less Motor".
    >>>
    >>> "Fuelless Motor Impresses Experts"

    >>
    >>If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?

    >
    > Because the CIA (or whatever they had back then), funded by the coal
    > companies, arrived in the dark of night, in black biplanes, and sabotaged
    > the machines and brainwashed everyone involved.
    >
    > Next question?
    >

    LOL!

    Thanks!
    Rich
     
    Rich Grise, Sep 11, 2009
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  4. John Larkin wrote:
    > On Fri, 11 Sep 2009 09:32:40 -0700, Rich Grise <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> On Thu, 10 Sep 2009 22:09:51 -0700, gabydewilde wrote:
    >>
    >>> Around the 1920's Lester Hendershot, a keen aviator, was looking at trying
    >>> to improve the Aviation Compass to make a more reliable Compass. He
    >>> stumbled on a Energy Generator to be later named to the Hendershot
    >>> Fuel-Less Generator. Some called the device the "Hendershot Magnetic
    >>> Motor" or the "Hendershot Fuel-Less Motor".
    >>>
    >>> "Fuelless Motor Impresses Experts"

    >> If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?

    >
    > Because the CIA (or whatever they had back then), funded by the coal
    > companies, arrived in the dark of night, in black biplanes, and
    > sabotaged the machines and brainwashed everyone involved.
    >
    > Next question?


    And Hitler never used them because it would have been unfair.

    --
    Dirk

    http://www.transcendence.me.uk/ - Transcendence UK
    http://www.theconsensus.org/ - A UK political party
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    Dirk Bruere at NeoPax, Sep 11, 2009
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  5. Rich Grise

    Martin Brown Guest

    Paul Hovnanian P.E. wrote:
    > Martin Brown wrote:
    > [snip]
    >> Did he patent it? That should be good for a laugh.
    >>
    >> It is only fairly recently that USPTO stopped allowing people to file
    >> patents for inventions that purport to be perpetual motion machines.

    >
    > They were geting in the way of all the software patents.


    Tell me about it. They are clueless about software and have no idea
    where to look for the prior art. They will patent anything.

    USPTOs test of a valid patent application is are your dollars green and
    in sufficient quantity.

    Regards,
    Martin Brown
     
    Martin Brown, Sep 12, 2009
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  6. Rich Grise

    Don Kelly Guest

    "John Larkin" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On Fri, 11 Sep 2009 09:32:40 -0700, Rich Grise <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>On Thu, 10 Sep 2009 22:09:51 -0700, gabydewilde wrote:
    >>
    >>> Around the 1920's Lester Hendershot, a keen aviator, was looking at
    >>> trying
    >>> to improve the Aviation Compass to make a more reliable Compass. He
    >>> stumbled on a Energy Generator to be later named to the Hendershot
    >>> Fuel-Less Generator. Some called the device the "Hendershot Magnetic
    >>> Motor" or the "Hendershot Fuel-Less Motor".
    >>>
    >>> "Fuelless Motor Impresses Experts"

    >>
    >>If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?

    >
    > Because the CIA (or whatever they had back then), funded by the coal
    > companies, arrived in the dark of night, in black biplanes, and
    > sabotaged the machines and brainwashed everyone involved.
    >
    > Next question?




    How come all this material "brutally" suppressed nearly 90 years ago, is
    somehow all over the net these days?

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    Don Kelly, Sep 13, 2009
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  7. Rich Grise

    Martin Brown Guest

    Benj wrote:
    > On Sep 12, 9:21 pm, "Don Kelly" <> wrote:
    >
    >>>> If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?
    >>> Because the CIA (or whatever they had back then), funded by the coal
    >>> companies, arrived in the dark of night, in black biplanes, and
    >>> sabotaged the machines and brainwashed everyone involved.
    >>> Next question?

    >> How come all this material "brutally" suppressed nearly 90 years ago, is
    >> somehow all over the net these days?

    >
    > You've been listening to Doug's lies again. Who says it's "all over
    > the net"? Yes the STORY of Hendershot is all over the net but the
    > essence of his invention is not. The essence of ANY of the suppressed
    > inventors is not. You think the people who were rich then are any less
    > rich now? Book burnings, attempted murders, actual murders,
    > mysterious lab burnings, mysterious break-ins with theft of papers,
    > nah. it's all imaginary. There is no CFR, there are no Trilaterals
    > these are all "conspiracy theories". There are no rich people in
    > control of stuff. It's all in your kooky imagination.


    You certainly are very kooky.
    >
    > The real question is are people really so Stooopid and dumbed down as
    > to believe any lies spewed on the internet by people who usually have
    > no names let alone credibility, because these clowns won't "like you"
    > if you point out they have nothing to back up what they say except
    > some vaguely plausible "theories".


    Conservation of energy is a very strong law of nature. Never so far been
    observed to be broken. It would be Nobel prize stuff if you could
    demonstrate a mechanism to break it. Stop whining and start building.
    >
    > HEY YOU DUMMIES! THIS STUFF IS ON THE NET as well as in libraries.
    > You can research these stories for accuracy. To form an opinion
    > without doing so is unscientific and moronic. Notice that I am not
    > suggesting researching if their inventions actually work, I'm
    > suggesting that you research the FACTS of the opposition to these
    > inventions and the ACTS perpetrated against the inventors. THERE is
    > where the conspiracy lies.


    The net is swamped with delusional right wing nutters and Young Earth
    Creationists pretending all sorts of crazy things and polluting the
    search engines with fake pages that deliberately mislead. Lunatic claims
    about suppressed "free" energy machines are in amongst them.

    The only bad thing the US government may have done against this poor
    Hendershot sucker is take money off him for a worthless patent claim.

    The BBC R4 has a nice program on at the moment about the "Mysterious
    Bermuda Triangle" probing the various disappearances using modern
    forensics and insurance records. It is very funny. For most of the
    missing ships the mystery is more why they didn't sink even sooner. The
    whole conspiracy theory was cooked up in US penny dreadful magazines.

    I blame the US education system or lack of it for this latest increase
    in conspiracy theories and credulous fools that think the Apollo moon
    landings were faked. Even the Russians are more certain that it was
    actually done for real :-(

    Regards,
    Martin Brown
     
    Martin Brown, Sep 17, 2009
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  8. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    On Wed, 16 Sep 2009 21:28:40 -0700, Benj wrote:
    > On Sep 11, 1:48 pm, doug <> wrote:
    >
    >> It is always funny to watch these rants from people about "suppressed"
    >> devices. The literature is there, the devices are free of any
    >> restriction yet free is still too expensive for them.  It is easier for
    >> people to wallow in paranoia.

    >
    > Oh sure Doug. You debunkers know the truth but you'd rather work in a
    > cushy propaganda job than do any real work for society.


    Well, Goddammit, BUILD ONE AND DEMONSTRATE IT!

    Nobody's about to stop you from doing that in the privacy of your own
    garage.

    In other words, put your money where your mouth is. Put up or shut up.

    Do the conspirators have surveillance cameras in your basement? Maybe
    it's tinfoil hat time.

    Good Luck!
    Rich
     
    Rich Grise, Sep 17, 2009
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  9. Rich Grise

    Don Kelly Guest

    --

    "Rich Grise" <> wrote in message
    news:p...
    > On Wed, 16 Sep 2009 21:28:40 -0700, Benj wrote:
    >> On Sep 11, 1:48 pm, doug <> wrote:
    >>
    >>> It is always funny to watch these rants from people about "suppressed"
    >>> devices. The literature is there, the devices are free of any
    >>> restriction yet free is still too expensive for them. It is easier for
    >>> people to wallow in paranoia.

    >>
    >> Oh sure Doug. You debunkers know the truth but you'd rather work in a
    >> cushy propaganda job than do any real work for society.

    >
    > Well, Goddammit, BUILD ONE AND DEMONSTRATE IT!
    >
    > Nobody's about to stop you from doing that in the privacy of your own
    > garage.
    >
    > In other words, put your money where your mouth is. Put up or shut up.
    >
    > Do the conspirators have surveillance cameras in your basement? Maybe
    > it's tinfoil hat time.
    >
    > Good Luck!
    > Rich
    >

    I don't always agree with you , Rich, but in this case, I do.

    Isn't it amazing that these "suppressed" devices are readily available, for
    all to see and replicate, on the net? It appears that Gaby believes the
    crap that Beardon and Audin serve out and is trying to revive the old,
    unsubstantiated claims. Why be ignorant if you can't show it appears to be
    the motto.
    Actual, properly instrumented demonstrations by independent and competent
    "third parties"are not wanted by the proposers because measured facts are an
    insurmountable obstacle to wishful dreams (I would have said "thinking"
    rather than "dreams" but that does require a minimal knowledge base whiich
    is not evident).

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    Don Kelly, Sep 18, 2009
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  10. Rich Grise

    Don Kelly Guest

    "Martin Brown" <|||newspam|||@nezumi.demon.co.uk> wrote in message
    news:ROlsm.52732$...
    > Benj wrote:
    >> On Sep 12, 9:21 pm, "Don Kelly" <> wrote:
    >>
    >>>>> If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?
    >>>> Because the CIA (or whatever they had back then), funded by the coal
    >>>> companies, arrived in the dark of night, in black biplanes, and
    >>>> sabotaged the machines and brainwashed everyone involved.
    >>>> Next question?
    >>> How come all this material "brutally" suppressed nearly 90 years ago, is
    >>> somehow all over the net these days?

    -----------------

    Please don't associate me with Benj or Gaby' s ideas. Benj, I can take up to
    a point and have respect for some of his views. Gaby is directly out of
    Keelynet which is a source of pipe dreams (what is in the pipe is another
    story). I agree wth your response to Benj who has enough background to
    actually think beyond some negative reaction to "the authorities" He does
    have a persecution complex which gets in the way of his thinking.
    --
    Don Kelly

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    P.S. I haven't been listening to Doug
     
    Don Kelly, Sep 18, 2009
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  11. Rich Grise

    Martin Brown Guest

    Benj wrote:
    > On Sep 17, 3:45 am, Martin Brown <|||>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> The net is swamped with delusional right wing nutters and Young Earth
    >> Creationists pretending all sorts of crazy things and polluting the
    >> search engines with fake pages that deliberately mislead. Lunatic claims
    >> about suppressed "free" energy machines are in amongst them.

    >
    >> I blame the US education system or lack of it for this latest increase
    >> in conspiracy theories and credulous fools that think the Apollo moon
    >> landings were faked. Even the Russians are more certain that it was
    >> actually done for real :-(

    >
    > What the hell? Why are all "nutters" right wing?


    Not all "nutters" are right wing it is just that the US ones tend to be
    a lot more vociferous on Usenet. Particularly in sci.electronic.design
    where there are several senile Neocon wingnuts.

    > I guess that tells
    > us where you are coming from. Hey Martin, in case you didn't get the
    > memo, your "Envy of the World" the Soviet Union crashed and burned


    You have no idea about my politics.

    > As for the Moon shot, who knows? Maybe the Russians saw the original
    > hi res footage, unlike the rest of the world. Of course man going to


    They intercepted the US mission telemetry in real time the same way the
    US used to do for Russian missions (though the US had to sometimes
    borrow Jodrell Bank to do it). At one point it led to a diplomatic
    incident when the first picture from the surface of Venus appeared on a
    UK newspaper front page before the Russians had been able to decode it
    themselves.

    > the moon really wasn't all that important an event to worry about some
    > old films and tapes. I'd say that some 16mm kinescope recordings ought
    > to be good enough, don't you agree? And anyway the people in charge of
    > data reduction and archiving really weren't all that smart. I mean,
    > they were only ROCKET SCIENTISTS! So please tell me again that you


    I guess you have never met any rocket scientists then. Extremely high
    intelligence and common sense do not go together. Some bright spark at a
    place I once worked had an intern throw away all the old drawings for
    kit made ten or more years ago to make space in the archives. When the
    gear had a service lifetime of 15-20 years and every one was bespoke it
    was utter madness.

    > believe all this political bullshit about records being "lost". In my
    > experience, the only time records get "lost" by government is to
    > protect the guilty. Now the only question that remains is "Guilty of
    > what?"


    Untrue. We have plenty of old mainframe magtapes that were not
    maintained regularly from projects that are long obsolete. If you don't
    cycle them and refresh after a while magnetic print through renders them
    pretty much unreadable. Lots of archives have similar issues. I have a
    few 8" floppy disks with interesting historic stuff on too - but no
    reader. Lots of people have cut stuff to CD or DVD only to discover the
    media is not as robust as they though and their "archive" was write only
    read never. It is astonishing how many people skip the verify step.

    Losing the engineering drawings for the Saturn V rocket was a bit bloody
    stupid but I see no reason to believe that they didn't work. It would
    have been a stunning demonstration of mass hypnosis to fake a Saturn V
    launch. Same with the actual Apollo moon landing with the film making
    technology of the day going to the moon was easier than faking it.
    Besides I have handled the moon rock they brought back - the kit I
    worked on was used to date the stuff.
    >
    > It's sure you'll be the last one to learn because you aren't even
    > asking the right questions let alone looking for answers.
    >
    > I guess that makes you fat, happy and stooopid.


    Go off and make your free energy device and quite whining.

    Regards,
    Martin Brown
     
    Martin Brown, Sep 18, 2009
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  12. Benj wrote:
    > On Sep 12, 9:21 pm, "Don Kelly" <> wrote:
    >
    >>>> If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?
    >>> Because the CIA (or whatever they had back then), funded by the coal
    >>> companies, arrived in the dark of night, in black biplanes, and
    >>> sabotaged the machines and brainwashed everyone involved.
    >>> Next question?

    >> How come all this material "brutally" suppressed nearly 90 years ago, is
    >> somehow all over the net these days?

    >
    > You've been listening to Doug's lies again. Who says it's "all over
    > the net"? Yes the STORY of Hendershot is all over the net but the
    > essence of his invention is not. The essence of ANY of the suppressed
    > inventors is not. You think the people who were rich then are any less
    > rich now? Book burnings, attempted murders, actual murders,
    > mysterious lab burnings, mysterious break-ins with theft of papers,
    > nah. it's all imaginary. There is no CFR, there are no Trilaterals
    > these are all "conspiracy theories". There are no rich people in
    > control of stuff. It's all in your kooky imagination.
    >
    > The real question is are people really so Stooopid and dumbed down as
    > to believe any lies spewed on the internet by people who usually have
    > no names let alone credibility, because these clowns won't "like you"
    > if you point out they have nothing to back up what they say except
    > some vaguely plausible "theories".
    >
    > HEY YOU DUMMIES! THIS STUFF IS ON THE NET as well as in libraries.
    > You can research these stories for accuracy. To form an opinion
    > without doing so is unscientific and moronic. Notice that I am not
    > suggesting researching if their inventions actually work, I'm
    > suggesting that you research the FACTS of the opposition to these
    > inventions and the ACTS perpetrated against the inventors. THERE is
    > where the conspiracy lies.


    The looniest belief has to be chemtrails.

    --
    Dirk

    http://www.transcendence.me.uk/ - Transcendence UK
    http://www.theconsensus.org/ - A UK political party
    http://www.onetribe.me.uk/wordpress/?cat=5 - Our podcasts on weird stuff
     
    Dirk Bruere at NeoPax, Sep 18, 2009
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  13. "Androcles" <_o> wrote in message
    news:jaSsm.155692$2...
    >
    > "Dirk Bruere at NeoPax" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> Benj wrote:
    >>> On Sep 12, 9:21 pm, "Don Kelly" <> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>>> If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?
    >>>>> Because the CIA (or whatever they had back then), funded by the coal
    >>>>> companies, arrived in the dark of night, in black biplanes, and
    >>>>> sabotaged the machines and brainwashed everyone involved.
    >>>>> Next question?
    >>>> How come all this material "brutally" suppressed nearly 90 years ago,
    >>>> is
    >>>> somehow all over the net these days?
    >>>
    >>> You've been listening to Doug's lies again. Who says it's "all over
    >>> the net"? Yes the STORY of Hendershot is all over the net but the
    >>> essence of his invention is not. The essence of ANY of the suppressed
    >>> inventors is not. You think the people who were rich then are any less
    >>> rich now? Book burnings, attempted murders, actual murders,
    >>> mysterious lab burnings, mysterious break-ins with theft of papers,
    >>> nah. it's all imaginary. There is no CFR, there are no Trilaterals
    >>> these are all "conspiracy theories". There are no rich people in
    >>> control of stuff. It's all in your kooky imagination.
    >>>
    >>> The real question is are people really so Stooopid and dumbed down as
    >>> to believe any lies spewed on the internet by people who usually have
    >>> no names let alone credibility, because these clowns won't "like you"
    >>> if you point out they have nothing to back up what they say except
    >>> some vaguely plausible "theories".
    >>>
    >>> HEY YOU DUMMIES! THIS STUFF IS ON THE NET as well as in libraries.
    >>> You can research these stories for accuracy. To form an opinion
    >>> without doing so is unscientific and moronic. Notice that I am not
    >>> suggesting researching if their inventions actually work, I'm
    >>> suggesting that you research the FACTS of the opposition to these
    >>> inventions and the ACTS perpetrated against the inventors. THERE is
    >>> where the conspiracy lies.

    >>
    >> The looniest belief has to be chemtrails.
    >>

    >
    > Nah, the looniest belief is onetribe, the chief loon being Dork
    > Bruehahahahahahahahah...
    > "http://www.onetribe.me.uk/wordpress/?cat=5 - Our podcasts on weird
    > stuff"
    >
    >
    >


    Some people just try harder when they "know" they're right.
    http://despair.com/incompetence.html

    --
    They can have my command prompt when they pry it from my cold dead fingers.
     
    George Jetson, Sep 19, 2009
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  14. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    On Sat, 19 Sep 2009 10:52:09 -0700, John Larkin wrote:
    >
    > That certainly happened:
    >
    > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serratia_marcescens#History
    >
    > A lot of stuff happened in those days, like atmospheric nuclear tests,
    > lead paint, cars without seat belts. Attitudes about risk have changed.
    > Everybody is more careful nowadays.


    s/careful/paranoid/

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
    Rich Grise, Sep 19, 2009
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  15. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    On Sat, 19 Sep 2009 10:52:09 -0700, John Larkin wrote:
    > On Sat, 19 Sep 2009 10:19:19 -0700 (PDT), Benj <>
    >>On Sep 18, 2:54 pm, Dirk Bruere at NeoPax <> wrote:
    >>
    >>> The looniest belief has to be chemtrails.

    >>
    >>Nope. The looniest belief has to be a person who has never heard of
    >>spraying shit from aircraft, and who believes that governments would
    >>never spray dangerous crap around for it's own purposes and then try to
    >>cover up that fact.
    >>
    >>Nah, those "tests" of gummint spraying bacteria all around big cites to
    >>"see what happens" never happened. It's LOONEY!

    >
    > That certainly happened:
    >
    > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serratia_marcescens#History
    >
    > A lot of stuff happened in those days, like atmospheric nuclear tests,
    > lead paint, cars without seat belts. Attitudes about risk have changed.
    > Everybody is more careful nowadays.
    >

    They also sent kids outside to play in the dirt. We seem to have survived
    OK.

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
    Rich Grise, Sep 19, 2009
    #15
  16. On Sat, 19 Sep 2009 19:47:07 +0100, Androcles wrote:
    > "John Larkin" <> wrote in
    >> On Sat, 19 Sep 2009 10:07:56 -0700 (PDT), Benj <>
    >>
    >>>> Go off and make your free energy device and quite whining.
    >>>
    >>>Sorry, development of such devices is NOT permitted by those in power.

    >>
    >> i.e., God.
    >>

    > You called?


    Yes. Stop abusing our Mother.
    http://www.godchannel.com/expguide.html

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
    Rich the Philosophizer, Sep 19, 2009
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  17. Rich Grise

    Fred Abse Guest

    On Thu, 17 Sep 2009 20:15:27 -0700, Don Kelly wrote:

    > Actual, properly instrumented demonstrations by independent and competent
    > "third parties"are not wanted by the proposers because measured facts are
    > an insurmountable obstacle to wishful dreams (I would have said "thinking"
    > rather than "dreams" but that does require a minimal knowledge base whiich
    > is not evident).


    This all reminds me of the "FTL cable" thing a few years ago. I wonder
    whether Win Hill ever got his promised sample for test.

    --
    "Electricity is of two kinds, positive and negative. The difference
    is, I presume, that one comes a little more expensive, but is more
    durable; the other is a cheaper thing, but the moths get into it."
    (Stephen Leacock)
     
    Fred Abse, Sep 20, 2009
    #17
  18. Androcles wrote:
    > "Dirk Bruere at NeoPax" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> Benj wrote:
    >>> On Sep 12, 9:21 pm, "Don Kelly" <> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>>> If it works, why aren't we all using them by now?
    >>>>> Because the CIA (or whatever they had back then), funded by the coal
    >>>>> companies, arrived in the dark of night, in black biplanes, and
    >>>>> sabotaged the machines and brainwashed everyone involved.
    >>>>> Next question?
    >>>> How come all this material "brutally" suppressed nearly 90 years ago, is
    >>>> somehow all over the net these days?
    >>> You've been listening to Doug's lies again. Who says it's "all over
    >>> the net"? Yes the STORY of Hendershot is all over the net but the
    >>> essence of his invention is not. The essence of ANY of the suppressed
    >>> inventors is not. You think the people who were rich then are any less
    >>> rich now? Book burnings, attempted murders, actual murders,
    >>> mysterious lab burnings, mysterious break-ins with theft of papers,
    >>> nah. it's all imaginary. There is no CFR, there are no Trilaterals
    >>> these are all "conspiracy theories". There are no rich people in
    >>> control of stuff. It's all in your kooky imagination.
    >>>
    >>> The real question is are people really so Stooopid and dumbed down as
    >>> to believe any lies spewed on the internet by people who usually have
    >>> no names let alone credibility, because these clowns won't "like you"
    >>> if you point out they have nothing to back up what they say except
    >>> some vaguely plausible "theories".
    >>>
    >>> HEY YOU DUMMIES! THIS STUFF IS ON THE NET as well as in libraries.
    >>> You can research these stories for accuracy. To form an opinion
    >>> without doing so is unscientific and moronic. Notice that I am not
    >>> suggesting researching if their inventions actually work, I'm
    >>> suggesting that you research the FACTS of the opposition to these
    >>> inventions and the ACTS perpetrated against the inventors. THERE is
    >>> where the conspiracy lies.

    >> The looniest belief has to be chemtrails.
    >>

    >
    > Nah, the looniest belief is onetribe, the chief loon being Dork
    > Bruehahahahahahahahah...
    > "http://www.onetribe.me.uk/wordpress/?cat=5 - Our podcasts on weird stuff"


    High praise indeed coming from you!


    --
    Dirk

    http://www.transcendence.me.uk/ - Transcendence UK
    http://www.theconsensus.org/ - A UK political party
    http://www.onetribe.me.uk/wordpress/?cat=5 - Our podcasts on weird stuff
     
    Dirk Bruere at NeoPax, Sep 22, 2009
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