Posted by daestrom on December 23, 2010, 7:56 pm
On 12/22/2010 17:31 PM, Jim Rojas wrote:
Why don't you do a little research before opening your mouth. Do a
simple search and you'll find I've been posting under this 'nym for many
years. Mostly limited to alt.engineering.electrical, alt.solar.thermal,
If you were to take some time to check some headers and read some
content, it would be easy to discern that my posts are not just another
'nym of some troll.
But that would require some effort, so I doubt you'll bother.
Posted by Jim Rojas on December 23, 2010, 9:58 pm
Yes. I learn from example. I use the same effort you have shown.
Posted by Curbie on December 23, 2010, 10:48 pm
Look "Dead-Eye", just so you don't start blasting every innocent
by-stander that doesn't swallow your non-sense and then try to justify
your behavior with the "dreamed-up" excuse that there are all just one
person; I've use many nyms over the decades, but always only one at a
time, and my current name I've used exclusively for years.
Scams get harder and harder for people to believe, the more obvious
untruths the scammer spouts; why do you keep blasting innocent
by-standers when I'm a stationary target sitting right here, and not
Posted by you on December 23, 2010, 10:12 pm
It is interesting that these "Johnnie come-latelys" just can't get
around that not everyone thinks the way they do, and anyone who
disagrees with them is a "troll" and all "trolls" are the same person....
daestrom has been around here for a decade or MORE, and "you" has been
around here for even longer...
How long has Jimmy-san been here..... less than 4 months....
Jimmy-san your bucking for the Morooon of the Year... (Bugs Bunny
Posted by Winston on December 20, 2010, 2:50 pm
Jim Wilkins wrote:
Jim, does the battery on the 'N.O.' side of your relay end
each cycle with greater electrical energy than it had
at the beginning of the cycle *and* greater energy than
the battery on the 'N.C.' side of your relay?
Because chemical, electrical and mechanical inefficiencies
will convert ca. 100% of the 'pre-cycle' energy into heat
in very short order, 'RPM' fails this first - order test.
Jim > I use RPM technology to generate 3KW for under $000, 24/7,
rain or shine.
Anybody can do that with a resistor if you subsidize them
to the tune of ~10 KWhr, 24/7, rain or shine.
That would cost far less than $000 and be much quieter than
a Bedini Resistor. :)