reply to post by hawkiye
I like ideas that are backed with evidence, that are not sales pitches aimed to steal money from the witless. Example can be found as recent as
tonight in a research study done on sustainable farming. I'm not necessarily against GMO or modern farming practice, which this has been cantered
around, but I really enjoyed reading the paper and the ideas therein.
In some other threads, myself and other posters discussed possible means of alternative energy.
. There are others too, and in my personal time my friends and I kick ideas around.
But we do it while trying to stay within the confines of reality.
All I have ever done is intimate we should remain objective till we have reason not to.
There were plenty of reasons in the beginning. Improper calorimetric readings, lying about someone on his board that didn't exist or was dead, an
engineering degree from a diploma mill (he was a philosopher in actuality-I concede, in science) and then his history of shady dealings, among other
As it progressed, he lied about seeking investor, customer funds, claimed to sell licenses only months after stating he didn't want money until
contracts were satisfied, failed dates which he promised to deliver on.
Then more recently the shenanigans in Florida. Lies upon lies upon lies. His updating blogs (at least 20 of them) which are updated every few days to
keep them on top of google search returns is suspect, as well as his online presence being that he should be busy bringing his device to market.
A new site has come about, one of the first to actually be critical of him and his antics.
I haven't gone through it because I feel I discovered enough on my own to disregard him awhile ago.
You can't because there isn't one and this illustrates how you just pull things out of your ass and try and associate them to others and then attack
your own false construct to try and discredit anyone who blows your BS out the water routinely.
Not sure what BS of mine you have blown out of the water. Your OP was loosely based on a few different ideas and didn't really make sense. It was
ambiguous, and any argument you were making was not clear. If you wish to have a discussion on the idea of perpetual things in physics, at the micro
and macro level, I'm sure many would be willing to discuss it with you. As far as perpetual motion machines, we are left with the same argument over
and over again.
"Perpetual motion machines exist!"
"Where are they?"
The next argument will be anecdotal claims and a spam of links to multiple crackpots claiming to have discovered free energy. But as Chadwickus,
myself and others have clearly stated, if you know
these free energy systems exist... And they are so easy to build. Why do you not have
I would if I knew
them to be real, or feasible. However, I would not make this claim lightly. Which it seems you and many others do. As you
have no real proof to substantiate your claims.
You put some arbitrary time limit on Rossi and if he does not perform within it you label him a fraud which is ridiculous.
He put it on himself. Not me.
Blackberry recently put a limit on the release of the new generation of handhelds. They didn't meet the deadline, got hammered by shareholders and
spurred lost confidence in their business model. They had to fix it by updating people with design progress and are currently slated to release in the
new year. That's business.
Rossi hasn't done it just once, he's done it multiple times, on something that hasn't even been proven to work yet.
80% of all businesses fail within the first year many before they even open the doors would you label them all frauds?
I will assume you haven't finished your MBA program yet. No worries. Either you have a viable business model or you don't. Rossi claims to have a
heater that costs nothing to run, and changed over to electricity via turbines, can essentially produce unlimited electricity. That's a damn
profitable business model...
there is simply no evidence yet to support that and failing to meet a deadline or coming to market does not prove fraud
There is plenty of reasons beyond his failure to meet his own promises that paints him the way he is seen.