Re: [Keelynet] differences of potential, vortexes and gravity

2006-11-11 Thread rown
Hi Joseph Wouldn't it be more satisfying to give it to the poor or one of the poor will kill you and create a revolution ether way and to hell with the Government insertions they only support a wasteful filthy bully system what are you going to spend it all on ?only the rich will save more

Re: [Keelynet] New variant of Eternal engine.

2006-11-11 Thread Mitch
O.K. Jerry, I'll take a crack at this. It appears that this guy is talking about a simple steam engine. He rightly says that water under various pressures boils at different temperatures, and is telling us how his engine works. He uses super heated water to 800 degrees c. which is under

Re: [Keelynet] differences of potential, vortexes and gravity

2006-11-11 Thread Joseph Hiddink
Hi all, Giving it to the poor would be nice, but what do you mean? The piles of money I would make will go there anyway. Giving something away for free is never appreciated as I found out the hard way. You will be called an idiot, and the people that receive your gift will laugh behind your

Re: [Keelynet] [SPAM] Re: New variant of Eternal engine.

2006-11-11 Thread Ron Hammar
Hi, I think some of the new diesel fuel injectors have a psi of around 3000 psi. Could something like this be use for the water? Ron - Original Message - From: Mitch [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Interact interact@listserv.capital-master.com Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2006 3:12 AM

Re: [Keelynet] [SPAM] Re: New variant of Eternal engine.

2006-11-11 Thread Mitch
Hello Ron. Yes, an injector can be made to operate at almost any pressure. Modern concrete cutters use a water pressure of 30,000 to 40,000 P.S.I.- so it can be done. The only problem I see with Vasily's steam motor is holding the liquid pressure from becoming steam. This is one subject that I

Re: [Keelynet] differences of potential, vortexes and gravity

2006-11-11 Thread Stuart Rae
Hi Joseph et al ! Joseph Hiddink wrote: Giving something away for free is never appreciated as I found out the hard way. I agree with you absolutely. Do not give a fish, give a fishing rod and let them catch a fish themselves is the better way. And thank you for a loan of YOUR

Re: [Keelynet] differences of potential, vortexes and gravity

2006-11-11 Thread Joseph Hiddink
Hello Stuart, Be extremely careful, you could easily zap by mistake your computer, HiFi and TV and those of your neighbors, like I did with my initial experiment. You also could zap yourself, if you are in a close position. Best to activate any switches with long plastic rods, rather than