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What ever happened to the FTL cable?!

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by SioL, Dec 13, 2003.

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  1. SioL

    SioL Guest

    I was watching Battleship galactica today and they're using the FTL.
    I wonder whether Omar sold them the cable :)

    It just occured to me that its been a while since Omar shipped his cable
    (if he ever did ship it) over to Win. What happened?


    SioL
     
  2. Uwe Bonnes

    Uwe Bonnes Guest

    : I was watching Battleship galactica today and they're using the FTL.
    : I wonder whether Omar sold them the cable :)

    : It just occured to me that its been a while since Omar shipped his cable
    : (if he ever did ship it) over to Win. What happened?

    He probably got lost in a time loop :)
     
  3. Rich Webb

    Rich Webb Guest

    He disappeared down a quantum singularity?
     
  4. My guess - it disappeared into the future.

    Rene
     
  5. Rich Webb wrote...
    Well, I never received a waybill number by email, nor any
    cable either, so I have to assume he never sent it. Also
    I noticed nobody purchased any of his eBay FTL offerings,
    not even the $10 educational model. In subsequent weeks
    he only offered his skin-pic CD for sale.

    Thanks,
    - Win

    whill_at_picovolt-dot-com
     
  6. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    Give him time- his patent for that 3-D laser radar virtual reality
    subsystem is legitimate- and NASA does contract to its manufacturer.
     
  7. Surface mail can take up to 8 weeks. Airmail 5-8 days.
     
  8. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    He would be wasting his time- even I saw discrepancies in his reasoning
    with that coupled inductor test- and John Larkin pretty much put his
    finger on the misleading measurements of the actual FTL transmission
    line. All of these people who claim to have discovered a violation of a
    fundamental physical law seem to fall into the same trap. They
    conjecture a configuration they are unable to analyze, usually because
    they possess a rather weak theoretical background, and then jump to the
    conclusion that the basic physics has been demonstrated to be wrong.
     
  9. Well, from his point of view it wouldn't be a waste of time, getting
    a free evaluation from Win... and if he doesn't like the results, he
    can always call Win a dishonest leftie ;-)
     
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