Posted by Richardson on August 5, 2009, 3:53 pm
Like your scammed Rare earth PM generator you had on eBay, you can't =
even dare to specifify the output Current (Amp) because you never tested =
it, all you can do is to raise your bar higher in order to make a sale.
Further more, your PM generators require high RPM 3,600 and there is =
nothing you did to change it. Some alternators use 4-poles 3 phases, =
this reduce the RPM to 1,800, and if you have the brain to improve its =
output by 3X, you can reduce its RPM by 3X also to 600RPM.
Posted by Richardson on August 5, 2009, 4:17 pm
Posted by Curbie on August 6, 2009, 4:28 am
On Aug 5, 2:38am, "Speeders & Drunk Drivers are MURDERERS"
It IS a scam and you're promoting it, I don't need a blue-print for
every top notch product out there because they don't cower behind
fictitious names and they have public business addresses so their
advertising and performance claims are subject to the legal system if
those claims are false, THAT'S what makes them TOP NOTCH. I never
asked for your magic or secrets, what I asked for was your proof of
performance data, you refused to provide wind or any verifiable data
to back-up your claims and THAT'S what makes you a criminal scammer.
I'm delighted you have so much idle time to hone your trolling skills,
I view it as a far more productive waste of your time than stealing
people's money. Troll away.
Posted by vaughn on August 6, 2009, 12:39 pm
When you mud wrestle with a pig, 3 things inevitably happen:
1) You both get covered with mud. Unfortunately, the pig likes mud.
2) Having won your undivided attention, the pig now feels important,
3) No matter what great moves you put on the pig, the pig will always
consider itself the winner. (because the pig does not play by your rules)
Posted by Curbie on August 6, 2009, 7:52 pm
Sounds like a classic troll analogy (pig=troll) and for trolls I
follow proven toll strategy, a kill file.
The problem with your troll analogy is the profit motive of stealing
You do realize that these threads are propagated by web-sites as
starter threads for their forums?
Threads that aren't tagged as a scam here, can be propagated and
treated by people in web forums as having possible merit, yet another
place for someone using some alias to steal people's money.
Treating thieves like trolls doesn't work until the profit motive is
removed, then all that is left is a angry troll and a kill-file.