To Stuart Rae,
    Great, where is 1978 Canadian patent number 1043434 posted?

Where can I get a  look. Forgive my earlier stupidity and blast me with a
copy.
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              Tom and Carole


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Stuart Rae" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Interact" <interact@listserv.capital-master.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2006 11:56 PM
Subject: Re: [Keelynet] Fluxite vs O.T.Carr?


>
> tomkar wrote:
>
> > Lovely story, ---no experiment with real drawings, pictures, results,
one
> > point on a graph, anything
> >
> > No one can build one if encrypted reality is all he's got. Same old
> > story.
> >
> >
> > Tom and Carole
> >
> >
>
> That's a rather stupid and thoughtless thing to say.
>
> Were you so unobservant that you failed to notice Mr Hiddink had
> inadvertently posted to this forum, what he thought was a private e-mail
> to My Paddock ?
>
> And if you had two spare grey cells to rub together, you would know that
> Mr Hiddink is the inventor of  the "Capacity Changer", which is fully
> documented and described in his 1978 Canadian patent number 1043434.
>
> A quite remarkable and brilliant invention, which uses the switching of
> a gas discharge capacitor, to create a very high voltage on a outside of
> a single plate spherical capacitor. It doing so, it uses the same simple
> principle of charge displacement observed by Faraday in his "ice-pail
> experiment".
>
>
> Stuart Rae
>
>
>
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