Re: More strange comments by Correa

2004-12-27 Thread FZNIDARSIC
In a message dated 12/27/2004 4:22:42 PM Eastern Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I was a little surprised to find that Correa pays attention to me and my statements on this forum. For the record, I pay no attention to him.- Jed Don't put me on your "pay no attention list

Re: Correa

2005-03-06 Thread revtec
Hey Chris, If you want to give me a call, I'll tell you about all the stuff I tried that didn't work. 610 582 1694 Jeff

[Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-11-22 Thread Terry Blanton
United States Patent 7,053,576 Correa , et al. May 30, 2006 Energy conversion systems Abstract This invention relates to apparatus for the conversion of massfree energy into electrical or kinetic energy, which

Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-15 Thread Jed Rothwell
Maybe Wikipedia deserves more respect after all! This page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Wikipedia . . . has a link to an attack by Correa et al.: http://www.aetherometry.com/antiwikipedia/ Sometimes you can judge people by their enemies. I agree with Wikipedia policy

More strange comments by Correa

2004-12-27 Thread Jed Rothwell
Google Alerts alerted me to this: http://www.aetherometry.com/correa_nuclear_fusion.html Correa makes weird claims about calorimetry, especially Mizuno, and Figure 1 in the Hagelstein paper: http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/Hagelsteinnewphysica.pdf Lastly, the Cold Fusion literature is riddled

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-03 Thread Mike Carrell
- Original Message - From: Zell, Chris To: vortex-l@eskimo.com Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 5:25 PM Subject: RE: Correa, etc. How did you handle capturing the pulses? Batteries? MC: Chris, if you are asking this question you are in no position to attempt the Correa PAGD experiments

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-01 Thread thomas malloy
Title: Re: Correa, etc. Has anybody replicated any of Correa's PAGD overunity claims? I got a vacuum pump and other gear in hopes of building something that apparently nobody is pursuing. (???) On a separate note, I just got done reading Confessions of an Economic Hitman. It is an astounding

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread Mike Carrell
Jeff, I can understand one reason you never saw the OU effect. You ***must*** use the Correa circuit, including the batteries. The PAGD discharge conatains a lot of energy anda single discharge willcharge up any reasonable heap of capacitors to the pointthat the PAGD discharge is quenched

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-15 Thread Harry Veeder
Of course these are early days, and competitors to wikipedia may emerge as it did with browsers. Harry Jed Rothwell wrote: Maybe Wikipedia deserves more respect after all! This page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Wikipedia . . . has a link to an attack by Correa et al

Re: [Vo]:unsubscribe

2011-12-18 Thread Harry Veeder
That is a great idea. I'm leaving too. Correa was right. The Vortex list does not live up to its ideals. Harry On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 8:05 AM, Dusty Bradshaw d_bra...@bellsouth.netwrote: unsubsribe -BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK- Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux

Re: [Vo]:Maximizing NR

2007-11-10 Thread Terry Blanton
to divulge why this board may be important. Yet. A la the Correa patent? Terry

[Vo]:Correa Replication

2009-12-24 Thread Chris Zell
Maybe I've missed something but I've never read of a completely independent replication of Correa's tubes overunity.  This guy AbbeRue claims he has done OU with it:   http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=1310.45   The thread is really interesting stuff about spark gap triggered beta decay

Re: [Vo]:Hidden wire hypothesis redux

2011-02-25 Thread Harry Veeder
Jed Rothwell wrote: The worst example was the Correa claim that a stationary gold leaf electroscope does work. No, it doesn't! It isn't a little guy standing with his arms out. He claimed to have electrical evidence that a stationary gold leaf electroscope does work. I assume your

RE: [Vo]:DESCRIBING THE MANELAS Phenomenon

2017-03-03 Thread Chris Zell
I dunno about equivalence between a battery and a capacitor. Correa (PAGD device) argued vigorously that he was forced to use batteries for practical reasons. He would exchange HV battery packs between input and output over and over again while rebuilding charge.

RE: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread Zell, Chris
brilliant insights but I would never Recommend his personality to others. -Original Message- From: Mike Carrell [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 9:12 PM To: vortex-l@eskimo.com Subject: Re: Correa, etc. - Original Message - From: Zell, Chris To: vortex-l

Re: Correa

2005-03-05 Thread Mike Carrell
case, they have stray inductance which will present a complex impedance to the discharge. You are ignoring what I said about the discharge continuing with no rise in the cell voltage. You say you have studied the Correa ptents, but you have not understood the implications of what is in them

RE: Civil Liberties, Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-22 Thread R . O . Cornwall
:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Stephen A. Lawrence Sent: 21 December 2005 17:46 To: vortex-l@eskimo.com Subject: Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia Um ... wouldn't this make identity theft awfully easy? snip ETC.

Correa, etc.

2005-02-28 Thread Zell, Chris
Has anybody replicated any of Correa's PAGD overunity claims? I got a vacuum pump and other gear in hopes of building something that apparently nobody is pursuing. (???) On a separate note, I just got done reading "Confessions of an Economic Hitman". It is an astounding book. I have

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-03 Thread revtec
- Original Message - From: Zell, Chris To: vortex-l@eskimo.com Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 5:25 PM Subject: RE: Correa, etc. How did you handle capturing the pulses? Batteries? From: revtec [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 5

Re: Correa

2005-03-04 Thread Zell, Chris
Now we're getting somewhere! Perhaps a huge part of this mystery concerns the critical design of the output. Too small a capacitor and the pulse action will be inhibited because the capacitor will be filled. Too fast or brief a pulse and the battery may reject most of it as heat

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread hohlrauml6d
Yep, one hoaxster 'fessed up recently: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2002677060_wiki11.html http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20051211-5739.html -Original Message- From: William Beaty But Wikipedia is an experiment in *anonymous* free speech, where abusive people

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread hohlrauml6d
Others believe the Logos should be self-sustaining. Or as Mr. Grimer iterated *In principio erat Verbum et Verbum erat apud Deum et Deus erat Verbum* (bringing us back off topic ;-) -Original Message- From: Steven Krivit Bill B's got a good point. This is one of the aspects which

Re: [Vo]:Hidden wire hypothesis redux

2011-02-26 Thread Jed Rothwell
getting hot. I used that example too, in the discussion with Correa. The solenoid in the robot, and the muscles in a human, DISSIPATE ENERGY.That's for sure! That's what I meant. Anyway, the electroscope is not dissipating energy. - Jed

RE: Correa, etc.

2005-03-03 Thread Zell, Chris
How did you handle capturing the pulses? Batteries? From: revtec [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 5:26 PMTo: vortex-l@eskimo.comSubject: Re: Correa, etc. I have been doing PAGD experiments off and on since 1996. I saw a lot of interesting things in the tube

Re: [Vo]:Re: Quasi-Stable Negative Muons or Heavy Positronium-Electronium?

2007-12-03 Thread Jones Beene
Well - there should lots of strong gammas then, for Correa to confirm his specualtion, no? Not to mention, it would be nice if Correa had had a single independent replication in all these years, and/or could quote from another source than his own work or Aspden ;-) Nevertheless - he has

Re: [Vo]:steorn talk#2 today at 5pm irish time + closeup shots of steorn talk#2 demo-rig

2010-01-14 Thread Mike Carrell
I have stayed away from the Steorn discussion, but I have now looked a Naudin's device and looked at the presentation on YouTube. I have also spent time with the Newumann machine cotroversy, and dug deeply into the Correa PAGD device and looked at the Testatika publications, including hearing

Re: Correa

2005-03-05 Thread Mike Carrell
a different contour than a cap has and that makes the difference. I don't know. Batteriestake charge by chemical action, which can't happed as fast as the PAGD pulse; Jeff is right. This is why the Correa circuit has a large electrolytic capacitor across the batteries, to take

Re: [Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-06 Thread Mike Carrell
MC: I'm reluctant to get involved in this area again, but some things need persepctive. I have seen the text of, but not studied, the new Correa patent. -- - Original Message - From: Christopher Arnold To: vortex-l@eskimo.com Sent: Sunday, August

RE: Correa

2005-03-05 Thread John Steck
-Original Message-From: Mike Carrell [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2005 8:24 AMTo: vortex-l@eskimo.comSubject: Re: Correa Jeff wrote, my comments in blue. Mike Carrell I don't know anything about electrochemistry in batteries, but I question the ability of a string

Re: [Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-10 Thread Christopher Arnold
Mike,If you reread the original post where I "complimented" the Correa's and many others, you might notice it was I that was attacked by said Correa. BTW, I contacted over 4000 others not listed from all branches of the Government, NASA and Universities seeking some small

Re: Correa

2005-03-04 Thread revtec
tubes allows me to see a haze line in the lavender glow of the tube. This line may not be visible in a Correa style tube. Best performance of my equipmentis at a haze line height of 5/8 to 3/4 inch above the cathode plate. At light off the haze line is at 1/8 to1/4 inch above the cathode. Jeff

RE: Correa

2005-03-06 Thread Zell, Chris
From: Mike Carrell [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2005 9:07 AMTo: vortex-l@eskimo.comSubject: Re: Correa Chris wrote: Now we're getting somewhere! No, we are not. You are repeating the same mistake that Jeff made, changing what the Correas did

Re: [Vo]:Re: Quasi-Stable Negative Muons or Heavy Positronium-Electronium?

2007-12-03 Thread Frederick Sparber
then, for Correa to confirm his specualtion, no? Not to mention, it would be nice if Correa had had a single independent replication in all these years, and/or could quote from another source than his own work or Aspden ;-) Nevertheless - he has probably seen something of an anomaly but will we ever

RE: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread Keith Nagel
Mike writes: You absolutely do not use a capacitance across the tube. What you have built is a gas-discharge relaxation oscillator equivalent to any common strobe flash. It is ***not*** a PAGD reactor. I agree with Mike in this. Electrode capacity and geometry are important parameters for this

[Vo]:Question: Thyratrons/Glow Discharge Tubes

2009-04-19 Thread Chris Zell
I was curious to know if any anomalies have been reported in regard to thyratrons or other regulator tubes.  There are a number of free energy claimants - Correa, Shoulders, Chernetski, Stamenko and others - who use discharges in vacuum tubes . However, many of us lack the extensive resources

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread Steven Krivit
Bill B's got a good point. This is one of the aspects which makes Vortex such a valuable group. Most people are willing to identify themselves and stand behind their words. Steve At 02:09 PM 12/16/2005, you wrote: Yep, one hoaxster 'fessed up recently:

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread William Beaty
On Fri, 16 Dec 2005, Rhong Dhong wrote: At the moment then, requiring an email address to be confirmed may not mean that the subscriber can be traced. Where anonymity is banned (or where money is involved,) some places refuse to honor yahoo.com email addresses or other free email services for

[Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-04 Thread Terry Blanton
US 7,053,576 Abstract This invention relates to apparatus for the conversion of massfree energy into electrical or kinetic energy, which uses in its preferred form a transmitter and a receiver both incorporating Tesla coils, the distal ends of whose secondary windings are co-resonant and

[VO]:Re: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-05 Thread RC Macaulay
Chris wrote.. My comments on this are at http://zpenergy.com/modules.php?name=Newsfile=articlesid=1993mode=threadorder=0thold=0however I will say here that the Correa's are common folk, with no imagination, foul, nastypersonalitiesand they havesticky fingers as well. My Pulsed Plasma Drive

Re: Finsrud device

2005-05-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
photographs, crackpot theories and some kind of religious cult. Supposedly the colony keeps the device secret for the same reason Correa once offered: they think mankind is not worthy of their discovery. You can find any amount of this kind of information about the Methernitha gadget on the Internet

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread revtec
believe that Paulo Correa is a truly brilliant person. He has called me a buffoon. Perhaps he is correct in that judgement. But, I like to think that what I lack in genius I make up for in common sense. Jeff - Original Message - From: Zell, Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: vortex-l@eskimo.com

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread R . O . Cornwall
Schwinger's paper a few months ago with an early insight into CF and it was very interesting to see how a rational mind goes about tackling a difficult problem and putting delimiters on it. It should be more known. Regards, Remi. Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia Jed Rothwell Thu, 15 Dec 2005 15:49:53 -0800

RE: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread R . O . Cornwall
@eskimo.com Subject: Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Wikipedia is a model of free speech (not free screech) and democracy but I guess what we really mean by free speech is *informed* free speech . . . Why do you call it a model? In Wikipedia, anything goes. Anyone can post any

RE: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-17 Thread R . O . Cornwall
don't sign up, you don't play. Sleepy and dozy at the moment so point the flaws out please. Might be back Tuesday. Remi. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of William Beaty Sent: 17 December 2005 04:11 To: vortex-l@eskimo.com Subject: Re: Correa

[Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-05 Thread Jeff and Dorothy Kooistra
Some Named Hal Ade made this comment on that site: I believe this was the Correa motor, the operation of which was witnessed by the late Eugene MAllove, D. Sc., and formerly with M.I.T. Dr. MAllove, being an electrical engineer, and wise to any means which could be used to hoax a witness

Re: [Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-10 Thread Mike Carrell
- Original Message - From: Christopher Arnold Subject: Re: [Vo]: Correa Patent Issued Chris, some corrections. Mike, As you said, you did not study the Correa patent yet insisted in commenting anyway - which was completely your mistake. MC: I said I did not study the new Correa

Re: [Vo]:Re: Quasi-Stable Negative Muons or Heavy Positronium-Electronium?

2007-12-03 Thread Frederick Sparber
to continue working as a catalyst. On Dec 3, 2007 7:31 PM, Jones Beene [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well - there should lots of strong gammas then, for Correa to confirm his specualtion, no? Not to mention, it would be nice if Correa had had a single independent replication in all

Re: [Vo]:Re: Quasi-Stable Negative Muons or Heavy Positronium-Electronium?

2007-12-04 Thread Frederick Sparber
the entity and effect CF, allowing the entity to be released to continue working as a catalyst. On Dec 3, 2007 7:31 PM, Jones Beene [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well - there should lots of strong gammas then, for Correa to confirm his specualtion, no? Not to mention, it would be nice

Re: [Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-11 Thread Mike Carrell
Chris, If you reread the original post where I complimented the Correa's and many others, you might notice it was I that was attacked by said Correa. MC: I can believe that, even though I haven't followed this thread from its start. A while back on Vo there were unjustified attacks from

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread Mike Carrell
will not. That is the worst shame of all. A patent is supposed to disclose how to practice a new discovery to those skilled in the art. The Correa patents are the most densly technical I have seen, they are virtual theses. There is lots and lots of information tucked into the text and references. I even went

Re: [Vo]:Maximizing NR

2007-11-10 Thread Jones Beene
Terry Blanton wrote: A la the Correa patent? Dunno. Maybe a similar principle insofar as the NR part goes, but IMHO you must have a *series circuit* of many of these thing going, and tuned to the particular inductor, and not a single unit. Why? Quien sabe? You have read the Pavel Imris

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-15 Thread Jed Rothwell
Harry Veeder wrote: Of course these are early days, and competitors to wikipedia may emerge as it did with browsers. I expect the people at Wikipedia will welcome this. They would probably agree that their model does not work for all subjects. We need a variety of different online

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread Jed Rothwell
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Wikipedia is a model of free speech (not free screech) and democracy but I guess what we really mean by free speech is *informed* free speech . . . Why do you call it a model? In Wikipedia, anything goes. Anyone can post any comment, anonymously. This is an

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread William Beaty
On Fri, 16 Dec 2005 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Vo, Jed, Wikipedia is a model of free speech (not free screech) and democracy but I guess what we really mean by free speech is *informed* free speech and what we really mean by democracy is an educated populous (adult, not a-dolt), non salacious

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread Rhong Dhong
--- William Beaty [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If Wikipedia started out using the simple email-verified registration which nearly all WWW forums use to exclude trolls/flamers/spammers, it would be a very different resource today. There are two anonymizing utilities, Tor and Privoxy, which

Re: [Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-05 Thread thomas malloy
Christopher Arnold wrote: Terry, My comments on this are at http://zpenergy.com/modules.php?name=Newsfile=articlesid=1993mode=threadorder=0thold=0 http://zpenergy.com/modules.php?name=Newsfile=articlesid=1993mode=threadorder=0thold=0 however I will say here that the Correa's are common

Re: [VO]:Re: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-06 Thread Christopher Arnold
Richard,Tonight has been consistent, as someone just informed me that Stanford has hooked up with Chevron to study "their" new discovery of nanodiamond for broad scale industrial applications and something to do with Silicon Vally. The looming question is why I ever thought anyone at Stanford

[VO]:Re: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-06 Thread RC Macaulay
Chris wrote.. Tonight has been consistent, as someone just informed me that Stanford has hooked up with Chevron to study "their" new discovery of nanodiamond for broad scale industrial applications and something to do with Silicon Vally. The looming question is why I ever thought anyone at

Re: Finsrud device

2005-05-04 Thread Mike Carrell
of hearsay, blurry photographs, crackpot theories and some kind of religious cult. Supposedly the colony keeps the device secret for the same reason Correa once offered: they think mankind is not worthy of their discovery. You can find any amount of this kind of information about the Methernitha

Re: 1997 - 2005 the missing SMOT years

2005-05-04 Thread Mike Carrell
for blah blah blah . . . But people should at least be cognizant of the fact that they are making extraordinary claims! And they should expect disbelief, and be ready to deal with it. They should offer rock solid evidence even if it is not extraordinary. Ditto claims by Mills and Correa. As far

[Vo]:Stimulated Decay

2016-02-26 Thread Chris Zell
While some patents are complete BS, there are a few that assert revolutionary ideas together with lengthy specifics that add to their credibility such as Barker, also Shoulders and Correa. There have been some folks experimenting with Tesla coils and claiming to stimulate radioactive decay

RE: Correa

2005-03-05 Thread John Steck
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: Correa At 09:38 am 05-03-05 -0600, you wrote: For those of us that read email in plain text to avoid embedded viruses please refrain from formatted replies... it is impossible to follow. Also, formatting gets stripped out in the archived messages so

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-21 Thread Stephen A. Lawrence
at the moment so point the flaws out please. Might be back Tuesday. Remi. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of William Beaty Sent: 17 December 2005 04:11 To: vortex-l@eskimo.com Subject: Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia On Fri, 16 Dec 2005, Rhong Dhong wrote

Re: [Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-09 Thread Christopher Arnold
Mike,As you said, you did not study the Correa patent yet insisted in commenting anyway - which was completely your mistake. To begin with - they are without any doubt using the Alexeff "Plasma Discharge Tube." Look at this was - the wheel is invented and someone eventually uses

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread Mike Carrell
. In the Correa circuit, the energy generated in the cell is full wave rectified and dumped into a capacitor shunted by a battery pack. A PAGD pulse may contain 100 joules at several hundred volts. What *must not happen* is that the terminal voltage of the cell rise during the PAGD pulse, for that will quench

Re: Correa

2005-03-06 Thread Mike Carrell
in a wideband case, they have stray inductance which will present a complex impedance to the discharge. You are ignoring what I said about the discharge continuing with no rise in the cell voltage. You say you have studied the Correa ptents, but you have not understood the implications of what is in them

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
ook). If so, that is most unfortunate, because Correa is the last person on earth who is qualified or likely to carry out the kind of program needed to ensure the success of this technology. His personality utterly precludes it. He has said he has no intention, in any case, because humanity does not dese

RE: [Vo]:E Mallove: LENR/Cold Fusion and Modern Physics: A Crisis Within a Crisis ???

2012-11-25 Thread Mike Carrell
To Alan sepeda and Vortex who may be interested: For several years I was a close associate of Gene Mallove and for a while on his board of directors. I wrote a number of articles for Infinite Energy,, on Joseph Newman, Paulo Correa and PAGD, and Arata. Gene pointed me to Randell Mills

RE: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread Keith Nagel
Chris writes: A sad matter that requires some attention in regard to the Correas' work concerns their unusual state of Mind. We have discussed Correas' work before on Vo. You can look in the archive for the details. Paulo follows the list very closely, but only posts under pseudonyms if at all. I

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
Mike Carrell wrote: joules to 17,800 volts. To prevent the terminal voltage from rising to, say 100 volts, 100 farads of capactors would be needed, or 17,857 capcitors. By comparison, batteries look pretty good. . . . You absolutely do not use a capacitance across the tube. What you have built is

Re: Correa

2005-03-04 Thread Mark S Bilk
In-Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Organization: http://www.cosmicpenguin.com/911 On Fri, Mar 04, 2005 at 04:25:55PM -0600, Zell, Chris wrote: Perhaps a huge part of this mystery concerns the critical design of the output. Too small a capacitor and the pulse action will be inhibited because the

Re: [Vo]:Re: Quasi-Stable Negative Muons or Heavy Positronium-Electronium?

2007-12-03 Thread Frederick Sparber
P.N. Correa speaks on an anomaly. *http://web.globalserve.net/~lambdac/PwrfromAEemissions.html*http://web.globalserve.net/~lambdac/PwrfromAEemissions.html * In a speculative fashion, it is indeed interesting to remark that the PAGD energies associated with emitted cathode ions are in the range

[Vo]:Is Cold Fusion a Secondary Phenomena?

2009-06-11 Thread Chris Zell
transmutation of carbon into iron using arcs   Possible Bedini-like devices that use a spark   Overunity observations in multipaction tubes by Philo Farnsworth   All the Correa patents that use a sudden discharge in a vacuum tube   The Spence device (patent 4772816) which claims overunity from a space charge

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread Jed Rothwell
William Beaty wrote: But Wikipedia is an experiment in *anonymous* free speech, where abusive people with mild mental problems cannot be blocked . . . Actually, the editors can block people, and they have done so occasionally. I suppose the offenders can simply register a new name. If

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-20 Thread Merlyn
Gosh Bill, Now I feel bad for using a free email and online handle. What's in a name? Is a long-used handle any more or less informative than the name your parents gave you? A family name tells where you came from. A nickname tells what your friends think about you. A Nom de Cyber tells what you

Re: [Vo]: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-05 Thread Christopher Arnold
Terry,My comments on this are at http://zpenergy.com/modules.php?name=Newsfile=articlesid=1993mode=threadorder=0thold=0however I will say here that the Correa's are common folk, with no imagination, foul, nastypersonalitiesand they havesticky fingers as well.My Pulsed Plasma Drive worked

Re: 1997 - 2005 the missing SMOT years

2005-05-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
. . . But people should at least be cognizant of the fact that they are making extraordinary claims! And they should expect disbelief, and be ready to deal with it. They should offer rock solid evidence even if it is not extraordinary. Ditto claims by Mills and Correa. As far as I know, the only

Re: [Vo]:Hidden wire hypothesis redux

2011-02-25 Thread Jed Rothwell
rejection is based on a critique of the evidence rather then just the belief that it is physical nonsense. Actually, it was mostly a discussion between Storms and Correa. I was mainly agreeing with Ed. As far as Ed and I could make out, the assertion was that work is performed by the gold leaf

Re: [Vo]:Hidden wire hypothesis redux

2011-02-27 Thread Stephen A. Lawrence
wrote: Jed Rothwell wrote: The worst example was the Correa claim that a stationary gold leaf electroscope does work. No, it doesn't! It isn't a little guy standing with his arms out. He claimed to have electrical

RE: [Vo]:Regarding what BOB COOK THINKS ABOUT THE NAE

2017-02-20 Thread Chris Zell
That is sad. I recall that what you are describing sounds exactly the same as the situation with the Correa device. The best he do was to swap battery packs again and again to show gain – but it seems that as soon as you introduce a battery pack into any such claim, disbelief arises. From

Re: 1997 - 2005 the missing SMOT years

2005-05-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
Mike Carrell wrote: But people should at least be cognizant of the fact that they are making extraordinary claims! And they should expect disbelief, and be ready to deal with it. They should offer rock solid evidence even if it is not extraordinary. Ditto claims by Mills and Correa. As far

Re: [Vo]:E Mallove: LENR/Cold Fusion and Modern Physics: A Crisis Within a Crisis ???

2012-11-26 Thread Alain Sepeda
was a close associate of Gene Mallove and for a while on his board of directors. I wrote a number of articles for Infinite Energy,, on Joseph Newman, Paulo Correa and PAGD, and Arata. Gene pointed me to Randell Mills and Blacklight Power, which I have closely followed for decades. BLP is now

Re: ****NEWS CONFERENCE AT THE NATIONAL PRESS CLUB

2005-03-25 Thread Jed Rothwell
. Extremely unlikely with anecdotal evidence only. There is no point to investigating or pursuing these claims. Extremely unlikely with anecdotal evidence and lousy experiments only, that were never independently confirmed or replicated. Somewhat regrettable but mainly a farce. Correa fall

Re: [Vo]:Re: Cold Fusion or Cosmic Ray Muon Catalyzed Fusion?

2007-12-03 Thread Frederick Sparber
Hi Michel. The role of the Muon and the energy it can produce cited by Wikipedia applies to those experimental conditions. Mills' catalysts (Potassium, Argon Etc?), Correa PAGD, Electrolysis Etc, depend on how a Muon might catalyze reactions indefinitely Storms Electrolysis: Storms Anomalous

Re: [Vo]:Question: Thyratrons/Glow Discharge Tubes

2009-04-19 Thread Horace Heffner
On Apr 19, 2009, at 2:23 PM, Chris Zell wrote: I was curious to know if any anomalies have been reported in regard to thyratrons or other regulator tubes. There are a number of free energy claimants - Correa, Shoulders, Chernetski, Stamenko and others - who use discharges in vacuum tubes

Re: Correa attacks Wikipedia

2005-12-16 Thread William Beaty
On Fri, 16 Dec 2005, Steven Krivit wrote: Bill B's got a good point. This is one of the aspects which makes Vortex such a valuable group. Most people are willing to identify themselves and stand behind their words. In observing (or fighting with) flamer types over the years, I noticed that

RE: Sprain Mag Motor

2006-02-24 Thread Zell, Chris
, as has happened in the Correa device, etc. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, February 24, 2006 3:41 PM To: vortex-l@eskimo.com Subject: Re: Sprain Mag Motor -Original Message- From: Grimer Let's hope so. I'll be interested to read

Re: [VO]:Re: Correa Patent Issued

2006-08-06 Thread Christopher Arnold
Richard,You might remember that I once sought investors in hydrogen, fusion and nanodiamond from the highly intelligent members of this forum - except nobody believed anything I said. Nanodiamond is a Trillion Dollar business that I will not be seeking investors for anymore - as I will attempt

[Vo]: pseudoscience website

2006-08-17 Thread thomas malloy
power generator. Physicists have concluded that torroidial plasma vortexes, AKA ball lightening, exhibit more energy than can be accounted for. The researcher Cyrl Chukanov believes that he can produce energy from them. The physicist Paulo Correa believes that he can produce energy from

Re: [Vo]:steorn talk#2 today at 5pm irish time + closeup shots of steorn talk#2 demo-rig

2010-01-14 Thread Jed Rothwell
mixture. Carrell describe their PAGD tests which impressed many people, and which are legitimate as far as I can tell: The energy released in the discharge is much greater than that required to sustain the conditions for the discharge to occur. Correa used carefully calibrated batteries

Re: [Vo]:Stimulated Decay

2016-02-26 Thread Axil Axil
are a few that assert > revolutionary ideas together with lengthy specifics that add to their > credibility such as Barker, also Shoulders and Correa. > > > > There have been some folks experimenting with Tesla coils and claiming to > stimulate radioactive decay but some of

Re: Jed about Mills

2005-05-05 Thread Mike Carrell
Jed wrote: snip Ditto claims by Mills and Correa. As far as I know, the only anomalous energy claim that has claimed any scientific basis in conventional theory is cold fusion. Of course many people disagree, but Hagelstein and others believe it can be explained with textbook

RE: Jed about Mills

2005-05-05 Thread Zell, Chris
: Re: Jed about Mills Jed wrote: snip Ditto claims by Mills and Correa. As far as I know, the only anomalous energy claim that has claimed any scientific basis in conventional theory is cold fusion. Of course many people disagree, but Hagelstein and others believe it can

Re: [Vo]:The gas CO2 is patented by Dr. Mills and BLP as a hydrino catalyst

2011-11-19 Thread Horace Heffner
nickel barium alloys, which have very good thermionic emission characteristics, and avoid the need for barium oxide thermionic emission filament coatings entirely, may be of use in producing greatly improved PAGD regime devices. I wonder what happened to both the aqaufuel and the Correa

Re: [Vo]:The gas CO2 is patented by Dr. Mills and BLP as a hydrino catalyst

2011-11-19 Thread David ledin
happened to both the aqaufuel and the Correa endeavors. At least the Correa's web information is still up. Best regards, Horace Heffner http://www.mtaonline.net/~hheffner/

Re: [Vo]:The gas CO2 is patented by Dr. Mills and BLP as a hydrino catalyst

2011-11-19 Thread Horace Heffner
devices. I wonder what happened to both the aqaufuel and the Correa endeavors. At least the Correa's web information is still up. Best regards, Horace Heffner http://www.mtaonline.net/~hheffner/ Best regards, Horace Heffner http://www.mtaonline.net/~hheffner/

Re: Correa, etc.

2005-03-04 Thread Edmund Storms
Jed Rothwell wrote: Mike Carrell wrote: joules to 17,800 volts. To prevent the terminal voltage from rising to, say 100 volts, 100 farads of capactors would be needed, or 17,857 capcitors. By comparison, batteries look pretty good. . . . You absolutely do not use a capacitance across the tube.

RE: Correa

2005-03-06 Thread Horace Heffner
To: vortex-l@eskimo.com Subject: Re: Correa Chris wrote: Now we're getting somewhere! No, we are not. You are repeating the same mistake that Jeff made, changing what the Correas did before you ever see the effect. The PAGD discharge is a wideband event

Re: 1997 - 2005 the missing SMOT years

2005-05-04 Thread Stephen A. Lawrence
Jed Rothwell wrote: [ ... ] Mills is much, much better and far more credible than people like the Methernitha crowd, Greg Watson, or for that matter Correa. But he still has a wide credibility gap, and he still has not made a real effort to convince people. The last thing he told me, years ago

Re: [Vo]:Hidden wire hypothesis redux

2011-02-26 Thread Stephen A. Lawrence
On 02/25/2011 09:19 PM, Harry Veeder wrote: Jed Rothwell wrote: The worst example was the Correa claim that a stationary gold leaf electroscope does work. No, it doesn't! It isn't a little guy standing with his arms out. He claimed to have electrical evidence

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