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Posted on 10/30/2011 6:55:36 AM PDT by count-your-change
The writer appearing at the E-Cat News site complains about the lack of comment by the AP, they being invited to witness the recent test of Rossi's e-cat cold fusion steam maker.
It's suggested the lack of news reports on the progress of the device is depriving the world's downtrodden masses of their cheap energy and all that that would bring.
Yes, if only the poor billions had an e-cat to heat their huts.
It appears they will have to wait a bit longer.
Think that one through a bit ~
Thank you for the interesting lesson. Of the three enemies...the Fusionists, the Environmentalists, and the Mob(!)...I would be most fearful of the Environmentalists!
you are talking about idiot bureaucrats, i am talking about scientists
There seems to be an erroneous belief afoot that holds that scientists are "special" and are "no longer human".
Again, total BS.
They eat, they defecate, they earn money and pay bills. They like to get in out of the rain ~ well, some of them do ~ others stand there twirling around on one foot, hands held out to catch the drops, clothes on the ground ~ ah, yes, I've seen that before.
Now about the "bureaucrats", some scientists actually need keepers.
“in fact, you can build up a charge on them.”
What does build up a charge on them mean?
http://www.cobasys.com/pdf/tutorial/inside_nimh_battery_technology.pdf ~ fairly lengthy but the electrode involves using protons for charge exchange. I recall reading this years ago but it’s still a top draw on the look up for BATTERY
“His process is secret like Colonel Sanders eleven different herbs and spices so “
Ironic that you mention the Colonel: KFC hasn’t used those herbs and spices in decades and has replaced most of it with different kinds of salt.
I hate everybody in this argument.
At the KFC here the chicken is decades old. But secret herbs and spices sounds so much better than dull old “salt”.
For instance, anyone ever ask if you like salty food? Probably not. Anyone ever ask if you like spicey food? There ya go.
“At the KFC here the chicken is decades old.”
lol! It is amazing how rubbery a chicken can get.
A positive charge would be removing electrons. A negative, the opposite.
This chicken is so rubbery it has 225/R16 in raised white letters on the bucket.
Lol. KFC announced they sold billion chickens and it was Good Year...wait, it was a Firestone year.
You’re saying they had a “bounce” in their business?