posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:41 PM
reply to post by tauristercus
Tauristercus, I'm sorry you're unable to get the whole link from your location. Here is the basic website for Popular Science magazine ... at the
middle of that homepage, they have embedded the article I described at the beginning of this link. This shorter link should definitely work for
Actually that homepage has 2 versions of that story. The 1st version is in the upper left corner of the homepage. The story on Taylor Wilson is
story 1 of 5 stories in flash file format ... where each of the 5 stories is shown for about 5 seconds each, then that view rotates to the next story.
The 2nd spot on the homepage where the same story on Taylor Wilson appears is about halfway down the homepage.
If the above shorter link does not work either, go to the Gibiru internet search engine and type in the 2 words popular science which should give
you a list of results with the Popular Science magazine website at the top of the list ... then just click on the Popular Science magazine link, which
will take you to that website.
If that option does not work either, remember that Popular Science website is loaded with flash files, as many popular press websites are nowadays
(Newsweek magazine is a good example of a heavy user of flash files). Is there a public library near you that you could do this same internet search
on tomorrow? Trying the same search from a different computer might do the trick, for whatever reason. Hang in there.
The Popular Science story about Taylor Wilson culminates with an experiment (where 2 physicists are with him, all 3 standing behind a heavy lead wall
for safety) where Taylor uses 50,000 volts of electric power to bring the temperature of his plasma device up to 580 million degrees (much much hotter
than Earth's own sun).
edit on 2/14/2012 by Uphill because: Added links.