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Posted by Jim Rojas on December 19, 2010, 8:12 pm
 
Curbie wrote:

It amazes me how some people faced with something they don't fully
understand as a scam or lie, but follow archaic religious beliefs
blindly, without question or doubt...As a species, we will be lucky to
survive the next ice age.

Tesla was laughed at and ridiculed for decades. Today we enjoy the
fruits of his labor. He died alone and broke. I guess most of you are
doomed to the same fate.

Think about that the next time you shop for a high ticket item you
really can't afford without a charge card. Do I really need to spend
$0K on a brand new car? Do I really need that $500 55 inch LED TV? Why
is my 2000sq ft, $50K home better than your 2000sq ft $50K home?
Location? Why is my property taxes more than a Walmart employees annual
salary? Why is my property taxes under $K a year? Location?

Most of you go about your daily lives without a bloody care in the
world. It is only when your job lays you off and your spouse, or your
property values go down, that you ever notice what is really going on
around you...We the sheepeople...Why does Jim pay $65 a month for good
healthcare coverage when mine just went up to over $00 a month? Location?

Just take a moment and realize just how foolish most of you waste your
hard earned money. Your greed created the Madovs of this country...and
it doesn't just end there...every aspect of your life has been
controlled by those who dictate what you should pay for everyday items.

Curbie would argue that it's all Obama's fault...

Jim Rojas

Posted by Curbie on December 19, 2010, 8:47 pm
 
Still more gibberish posted to avoid answering the questions this
scammer ignores in his effort to keep his scam believable, but now
this scammer is throwing in religion, politics, the President, Madoff,
and the kitchen-sink in a desperate effort to change the subject and
AVOID ANSWERING SOME SIMPLE QUESTIONS.
 
I don't care how complex this scammer wants to make his "magic pipe"
SEEM, these dreamed-up details ARE the scam-curtain, where the excess
energy he claims to produce is coming from, that is THE question that
he is trying to hide with his scam-curtain and the reason he's
avoiding simple questions.

Where does the excess energy come from, mars, the tooth fairy, out of
thin air - where??? - Simple question.

The amount of sparkles he puts on his "magic pipe" is only there to
deceive and confuse, he wants you to believe he can pore a gallon or
nickels or 1kW in one end, and 2 gallons or dimes or 2kW will
magically pop out the other end. He wants you to believe something can
be made from nothing if we all just had his magic pipe - absolute
non-sense, he must be smoking his.

Think about it for a moment, if someone chained a whole bunch of his
"magic pipes" together, they could supply all the world's energy needs
with a single 9v battery, and this scammer wants you to believe this
non-sense.

Going to pull any more monkeys out of your butt, in a further attempt
to aviod answering some simple questions??? You haven't tried Bigfoot,
or the tooth fairy yet.

This is a flat out scam perpetrated by a flat out scammer.

Curbie


Posted by Josepi on December 20, 2010, 12:43 am
 Somehow, I knew Tesla's name would come into this eventually. Telsa's name
is always malalligned with magic energy sources.

Tesla is credited with developing three phase power systems and improving
the current technology with electrical motors and generators and that is it.
The rest was while he was hearing voices in his head and dying of
starvation.



Still more gibberish posted to avoid answering the questions this
scammer ignores in his effort to keep his scam believable, but now
this scammer is throwing in religion, politics, the President, Madoff,
and the kitchen-sink in a desperate effort to change the subject and
AVOID ANSWERING SOME SIMPLE QUESTIONS.

I don't care how complex this scammer wants to make his "magic pipe"
SEEM, these dreamed-up details ARE the scam-curtain, where the excess
energy he claims to produce is coming from, that is THE question that
he is trying to hide with his scam-curtain and the reason he's
avoiding simple questions.

Where does the excess energy come from, mars, the tooth fairy, out of
thin air - where??? - Simple question.

The amount of sparkles he puts on his "magic pipe" is only there to
deceive and confuse, he wants you to believe he can pore a gallon or
nickels or 1kW in one end, and 2 gallons or dimes or 2kW will
magically pop out the other end. He wants you to believe something can
be made from nothing if we all just had his magic pipe - absolute
non-sense, he must be smoking his.

Think about it for a moment, if someone chained a whole bunch of his
"magic pipes" together, they could supply all the world's energy needs
with a single 9v battery, and this scammer wants you to believe this
non-sense.

Going to pull any more monkeys out of your butt, in a further attempt
to aviod answering some simple questions??? You haven't tried Bigfoot,
or the tooth fairy yet.

This is a flat out scam perpetrated by a flat out scammer.

Curbie




Posted by Jim Wilkins on December 19, 2010, 10:59 pm
 
Do these two battery banks recharge each other through your Bedini
circuit, or do you charge them from an external source?

jsw

Posted by Jim Rojas on December 20, 2010, 1:13 am
 Jim Wilkins wrote:

I use a small GM CS130 alternator to charge the batteries.

Jim Rojas

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