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originally posted by: Soylent Green Is People
originally posted by: intrptr
Next he'll claim he sees spirits by looking backwards through binoculars.
When I imbibe in too many spirits, my vision makes it seem as if I'm looking backwards through binoculars.
Is that what you mean?
originally posted by: Arbitrageur
But that has the reciprocating dingle arm to ensure proper sinusoidal repleneration which the telescope lacks so how can the telescope work on anti-matter without that? Maybe if they hooked the turbo encabulator up to the telescope? I recommend this model from General Electric, a name you can trust more than Thunder Energies:
originally posted by: Bedlam
Yah, that's the turbo encabulator part.
originally posted by: Blackmarketeer
The home of "Thunder Energies" -
Neighborhood context: a trailer park across the roadway -
It's a tin shack owned by a guy pumping up his penny stocks. Don't believe anything you read on those "pay-to-publish" outlets.
originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
a reply to: Chickensalad
There have been stories of "critters" for years, with one dude taking pictures that look like shiny, metallic, black blobs.
It would seem reasaonable that, given the efficient way of nature, something could be there to feed on various energy. Our atmosphere is alive with energy.
But something that extraordinary would require something more than some dude in a nice suit, sitting in front of cheap furniture, to convince me.
Ruggero Santilli is a fascinating person. Once a scientist with an apparent normal career, now a fringe scientist running his own ‘scientific’ institute, publisher of two journals and founder of a dubious company which sells gas for welding purposes. He seems to have completely turned his backed on regular science, but at the same time wants to hold up the appearance of a serious scientist and tries to get some of his articles published in regular journals.
When one of those was debunked, he asked one of the scientists of his Institute for Basic Research, Jerdsey Vladimir Kadeisvili, to write a defense. This was published as well.
Kadeisvili, however, is just an alias of Santilli, as will get clear when you read on. But I must warn you: according to Kadeisvili/Santilli I’m ‘a threat to America and mankind.’