Why do people think that they can draw some random grouping of electromechanical/electromagnetic components and achieve over unity energy supply?
One of two options:
1. They don't think they can achieve anything, they are just hucksters trying to trick people. And it works, because (and ATS proves it) very few
people know anything about how this stuff actually works so it's easy to trick them. If someone knows jack chit about cars it's easy to tell them
their muffler bearings and headlight fluid need replacing, and that it's going to be an expensive job because it requires a unicorn drill.
2. They are deluded (after being exposed to so many folks from the first group) into thinking that they are knowledgeable and able to design such
devices. They think looking at random old tesla sketches has educated them to the point of being able to create miracles. They have a list of tech
sounding names which they pull from to construct their devices.
People in general are just astoundingly ignorant when it comes to anything technical, it's really sad. Do they know anything about current, voltage,
magnetic fields, how all those things interact with each other? Not a clue. They make claims that are easily proven false with a few bucks of scrap
It's just so funny, you get people posting other people's ideas for free energy devices. They declare that these devices work as advertised, and if
you disagree they get angry with you. You ask if they have ever built it, they say no, but they are sure it works. They saw a video, or their friend
was at a dude's house once where it worked. Something like that.
You ask them extremely basic questions about how a certain portion of the device is supposed to work, and they either ignore you, are honest and admit
they have no idea how it works (then how can they declare it does work?) or they try to explain it with faux-tech-babble. Which, to those who actually
know what they are talking about, sounds completely ridiculous.
But unfortunately, there are so many ignorant people out there, and to them they can't tell it's BS. It's like someone who speaks german listening to
someone speaking fake German. It means nothing, and those in the know, know. And it looks foolish. But to the ignorant it looks cool, and the ignorant
buy it, and bask in it, and wholly accept it soaking it in to their deepest parts of their mind responsible for acceptance.
Then they regurgitate the BS and the ignorance, and once again fool fellow ignorant people, and the ignorance and stupidity grows and grows, and grows
and grows. Spreading it's rot far and wide.
If you can't beat them, join them. $10,000 or so coming in from BS free energy devices. Previously I tried to bring the truth to these people but they
attacked me and said I didn't know. Now I sell them the very devices I used to attempt to prove as fake, and laugh with their money in my hand.
That's the ultimate- you design fake device, you know it's fake. Person buys device, you tell them (obviously not appearing connected to seller) how
it's a fake device, and they defend it! It's such a funny feeling. they make claims, holding a device in their hands i built, yet they still refuse to
accept the truth. It's that ultimate sad and funny statement about the human condition.
can't beat them join them, make money off them, and then laugh when they find the maker of the product they defend, is the very person attacking the
idea of these ridiculious devices lol. not this one obviously, not been featured yet on ATS, but the smaller boards are suckers for free energy
devices, and they are so cult like they will defend defend even when you know it doesn't work because you built it lol how sad.
edit on 5-2-2014 by James1982 because: (no reason given)