Posted by CM on December 12, 2006, 8:35 am
Where did you get the "many months" from?
"Reputed" scientists sounds about right - all carefully chosen by the
scammers. Not a single expert in deception.
Of course, a really skilled con artist can keep scams going for a very long
time, sometimes keeping their marks believing in the scam years after the
con artist has been caught, tried, convicted, and jailed. The gullible
simply think it's all part of a diabolical plot to "persecute that nice
An example is the "Omega Fund" scam, pulled by the appropriately named
Clyde Hood. He promised very high returns in nonexistant bank debenture
funds back in the '80s, conning gullible christians in church, and was
uncovered when he had trouble laundering all the millions coming in. He was
caught, tried, and convicted years ago, but most of his victims still
believe that any day now a UPS truck will pull up and deliver a big package
stuffed full of millions or billions of dollars.
Posted by News on December 12, 2006, 8:43 pm
Read their web site.
Posted by Morris Dovey on November 17, 2006, 12:28 am
Derek Broughton (in email@example.com) said:
| The mind boggles. "zero-point energy" means the point at which you
| can get zero energy. It can't suddenly "become real". Yes, we
| will figure out new ways to get energy but _by definition_ it isn't
| going to come from
| the "zero-point energy", and it's really unlikely to come from
| anywhere else. We have the Laws of thermodynamics for a reason.
| For something to be considered a Law of physics, it requires
| overwhelming evidence.
How about tapping the force that powers Murphy's Law?
DeSoto, Iowa USA
Posted by Derek Broughton on November 17, 2006, 3:07 pm
Morris Dovey wrote:
Imagine the hazards if anything goes wrong in a fission plant.
Now, imagine the hazards if anything goes wrong in a plant powered by the
forces of "if anything can go wrong...". Ack!!! There are some things
we're not meant to know :-)
Posted by Terryc on November 14, 2006, 8:33 pm
Dan Reyes wrote:
lol, do you have shares, or are you an "employee"? Seems it isn't only
women that will let themselves be screwed for a cheap drink.
What I want to see is a paper clearly outlining how the device works,i.e
"the science (new or old)" behind the device.