reply to post by buddhasystem
Oh, I definitely said that, but what I meant was that you noted how overunity claims cast well deserved doubts on the whole thing. Right?
Right. Laws of nature (at least here on earth) prevents anyone from doing that. In outer space, then it's a different story.
it's only fair to say that we all know that nothing of the sort is happening.
I guess i could add - until the "fat lady sings", besides this is still a new technology with very limited understanding of what it can really
I see, it's a matter of faith. Can't argue with a religion, can we?
Well there are many things that are based on faith, question is whether it's based reality even though it's not beheld.
In the case of the Rodin Coil - it's already demonstrated that it produces large amounts of magnetic field but due to the lack real interest and real
study / analysis many take it on faith that someday they'll find a way to harness its potential. Who knows they might stumble unto something.
As for the religious part of it - I'm not familiar with the Baha'i faith if that's what you're referring to.
the Moroccan design is based on ancient geometry and old wisdom that is long lost. If you look at the proportions, you may find interesting ratios and
scaling. So to me, it looks like that the Moroccan design is much, much better.
Is this based on (religious) faith or facts?
Maybe you need t get in touch with Marko Rodin and let him know "that the Moroccan design is much, much better." cuz, I sure don't know what
you're talking about.
Care to enlighten us with fine "points" of Moroccan Lamp Coil design?