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Imagine a little old lady who makes the best candy out of her house, and sells it at a local farmers market. Then someone gives her the idea that she can open her own store and start her own candy business. What is she to do? Sell candy for 20 years and save every penny? Or get a business loan?
They can waste years collecting beer bottles (which are not exactly free)
originally posted by: kelbtalfenek
a reply to: AnarchoCapitalist
Does this "discovery" coincide with the recent plunge in gold prices?
How will it affect the Fed? How will it affect the Reserve system?
originally posted by: ManBehindTheMask
a reply to: WeAre0ne
the point is NONE of this is on the scale that these people are claiming........
Again you are splitting hairs, yes we know things like this can be done on a small scale......
These guys are asking people to believe with NO PROOF that they can do this on a massive scale......
Like someone mentioned early on, if they can really do this and it has been proven that they can do this, why do they need to have other people finance this?
Oh come on. At $100 of gold per bottle they could buy 12-packs of the most expensive, hipsterest craft beer, tip the lot down the drain and still be making hundreds of dollars profit per case.
The whole story makes NO SENSE WHATSOEVER.
Those magnetrons on the microwaves wont last long if there is metal inside them, and they are running for hours at a time, so take into account new microwaves every so often.
originally posted by: GetHyped
a reply to: WeAre0ne
Seems like you're trying to find every excuse under the sun to skirt round the glaring logical flaws of their claims.
originally posted by: Grimpachi
I sort of wonder why they are even grinding the glass in the fist place. Melting temperature for glass is the same if it is crushed or not crushed.
originally posted by: WeAre0ne
a reply to: GetHyped
Because there are no glaring logical flaws besides those held by the people who are trying to dismiss this.
The main flaws are held by people who don't have any knowledge of scientific theories outside of mainstream science. The rest are trying to discredit the guy because he is looking for investors, which is ridiculous in itself.
A very small group of people actually do it. They are the wealthiest people in the world and don't ever have to worry about money again.
At minimum wage in California ($8.00 per hour), they could only afford 1 employee for 1 day with 1 bottle.