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Author Topic: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011  (Read 657881 times)

Offline Rosemary Ainslie

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1545 on: June 21, 2011, 06:35:57 PM »
No.

I admit I am losing patience with you and I prefer not to get into another arduous discussion that results in you still not understanding anything I am trying to convey.

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lol.  That's a cop out.  There's not too much wrong with my comprehension Poynty Point.  Try me.  Otherwise I take it as a cop out and you don't know the answer - which, unhappily, is what I suspect.

Kindest regards,
Rosie





Offline Rosemary Ainslie

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1546 on: June 21, 2011, 07:17:44 PM »
Guys - the sad truth is that when it gets down to that final question - how can the positive current flow find a path through either Q1 and/or Q2 during the oscillation phase - then we've actually got the the nub of the what's going on here.  No surprise that Poynty's begged off.  He can't answer it.  There's no explanation within standard thinking about the properties of current flow.  When they get to this point then everyone becomes horribly vague and fall into an excessive use of acronyms and muddled nonsense.  Because they have NO SENSIBLE ANSWERS.

I'd love to hear an explanation that fits mainstream concepts.  How about it Poynty Point.

Rosie


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1547 on: June 21, 2011, 09:04:53 PM »
your response doesn't address a single salient point from my post... ::) imagine that. ;D

After all these years I should know better than to respond to your post, as generally you seem to thrive on confrontation, so I'll give it one shot ;D

Your defence of Rosie's work indicates that you believe that it actually works and she has achieved OU, is this blind faith in what she is telling you or have you actually done a practical test ?
what i have done and/or what i believe is irrelevant...  i know you don't thrive on logic, but i'll give it one shot. ;D

You probably intend to answer this by attacking me and my level of knowledge in these matters and asking me why I have not done the test myself.
I generally find myself guided by others on the forum and over the years have come to trust the judgement (generally) of certainn members.
In this link Wilby you will recognise members from this forum they all failed to match that OU claim
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=videos&search_query=Rosemary+Ainslie+circuit&search_sort=video_date_uploaded&suggested_categories=28&uni=3
wrong. i'll leave the red herrings and strawman arguments to you guys... you excel at them.  ;D
and as an aside, there was no OU claim... it was a COP>1 claim if i recall. ::)

Over the years that I have  followed these threads of Rosie's I have hoped that successful replications were going to start appearing within a reasonable amount of time,  specially as Rosie comes across as being sincere and dedicated, 
unfortunately  after all these years there have been no successful replications of Rosie circuit by anyone here,
but of course we have not seen your replication Wilby, if I believe as strongly as you do that this circuit works as claimed I would have started replication a long time ago.
you don't have any idea what i "believe"... please refrain from making yourself look so asinine by positing such ignorant assumptions and conjectures. ::)

I have a lot of respect for Rosie's dedication and I believe there has to be a way of making an OU device I just don't believe Rosie's device is it,  research yes  claiming OU no
great, grand, wonderful. you made your opinion more than known... on more than one occasion... we get it. will you shut up now?

It would be fantastic Wilby if you could show the members here how to make this circuit work as claimed.

catty ;)
i'm no longer willing to demonstrate anything at this site. if you want reasons, look at my last posts in stiffler's thread... so dream on little pussycat. ;D


added: and once again, why is it that science, and all these 'educated' (read as indoctrinated) people like pussycat, the dancing bear and poynty, etc, etc, ad infintum, ad nauseam still CANNOT tell me exactly how much 'juice' is in a battery...  ::) that to me speaks volumes about their 'science' and its level of understanding.

if you have any more questions for me pussycat, please send me a pm instead of polluting threads with your irrelevancies... and next time you respond to one of my posts, please try to address the points i made with a cogent argument (if you know what one is...) instead of responding with irrelevant logical fallacies. thanks!
« Last Edit: June 21, 2011, 09:31:37 PM by WilbyInebriated »

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1548 on: June 21, 2011, 10:44:04 PM »
and as an aside, there was no OU claim... it was a COP>1 claim if i recall. ::)

This one was worth responding to, the claim was COP 17 and COP Infinity amongst others made.

Only Stefan can tell me what to do on this forum, wow you remind me so much of Omnibus.

In this link Wilby you will recognise members from this forum they all failed to match that OU claim
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=videos&search_query=Rosemary+Ainslie+circuit&search_sort=video_date_uploaded&suggested_categories=28&uni=3

If you go through the pages on that link you will see the members from this forum, maybe you could explain to them what they did wrong,  but I guess you won't  that's a real shame,  it would really help if someone from this forum could have success with this circuit.

Now if you are not going to help then why bother posting support for Rosie's claims, you're the one with all the knowledge or so you insinuate.

pussycat :-*

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1549 on: June 22, 2011, 01:06:21 AM »
This one was worth responding to, the claim was COP 17 and COP Infinity amongst others made.
yeah that's what i said... cop>1... if you could read and comprehend. ::)
furthermore, i didn't "tell you what to do"... i made a couple requests of you, i even used the word please. ::)

the rest of your post isn't even worth responding to, you are simply repeating the irrelevant garbage from your first fallacious reply to my post.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1550 on: June 22, 2011, 01:17:48 AM »
yeah that's what i said... cop>1... if you could read and comprehend. ::)
furthermore, i didn't "tell you what to do"... i made a couple requests of you, i even used the word please. ::)

the rest of your post isn't even worth responding to, you are simply repeating the irrelevant garbage from your first fallacious reply to my post.

You really only see what you want to see,  here is an example

if you have any more questions for me pussycat, please send me a pm instead of polluting threads with your irrelevancies... and next time you respond to one of my posts, please try to address the points i made with a cogent argument (if you know what one is...) instead of responding with irrelevant logical fallacies. thanks!

Things I remember about you arguing with other people is misdirection,  so it's pointless me arguing with you, 
you might well understand what I am telling you but you would rather have an argument about the way I said it.

basically you're not going to help anyone makes this circuit work,  though you are going to stand by Rosie's claim

That is really useful to humanity, at a time when we need practical solutions,  and you're supposed to be intelligent,
your scientific knowledge is far greater than mine and yet you choose to do nothing to help prove that this claim is true

« Last Edit: June 22, 2011, 01:44:29 AM by powercat »

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1551 on: June 22, 2011, 06:38:58 AM »
Guys - Poynty - like so many others - is excessively uncomfortable when it comes to 'explaining things' unless he/they can hide behind a whole lot of acronyms and generalisations and hand waving.  It's the dance of the 7 veils - but with transparent need to hide this essential truth.  They CANNOT explain that oscillation.  No-one can.  Certainly NOT within the ambit of standard electrical engineering concepts with respect to - or as Poynty et al say - 'wrt' - current flow.  lol

That asburd - 'I admit I am losing patience with you and I prefer not to get into another arduous discussion that results in you still not understanding anything I am trying to convey;D What excessive POMPOSITY and what empty POSTURINGS. Just ADMIT IT POYNTY POINT.  There is NO PATH for the flow of positive current which is evident in EVERY SINGLE OSCILLATING CYCLE IN that waveform.  NONE.  Here's the problem.  I've split the following posts as it's quite a comprehensive overview.  And therefore, as ever, I doubt that there will be that many who read it.  Which is a shame because the actual question really needs to be addressed.

Regards,
Rosemary

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1552 on: June 22, 2011, 06:41:15 AM »

Standard thinking is this.  At first, no current can flow from the battery.  There's no path.  On one side of the MOSFET there's a blocking diode.  And the gate is open.  At Q2 there's also a blocking diode and because, as yet no signal's been applied to either FET then its gate is also OPEN.  For perfect clarity - let me add this.  Both MOSFETs' body diodes are positioned that their anodes are parallel to the battery supply's anodes.   Therefore it blocks a positive or clockwise current flow from the source battery.

THEN.  There is a signal applied by the signal generator to the Gate of Q1.  Its widely referenced as a POSITIVE signal which is possibly erroneous.  But I'll get back to this.  For now - and for this description - it most certainly IS  positive with respect to ((wrt) ;D) the current that is now ABLE to flow from the anode of the battery to the cathode of the battery - from the plus terminal to the negative terminal.  That's the standard - predictable - respectable - result - precisely in line with what a well behaved circuit should do.  All's good.  The previously OPEN circuit is now CLOSED.  The gate has been bridged.  The current can flow.

THEN. That applied signal REVERSES.  It goes FROM POSITIVE  to NEGATIVE.  Again, I'm not sure that that's an accurate description of the property of that applied signal.  But again, this much is still unarguable.  Because.  With respect to - or as our rather pretentious contributors prefer - wrt - the applied current from the source there's a clash of interests.  The positive voltage from the battery CLASHES with the negative charge applied to the gate of Q1.  THEY REPEL - precisely as like charges repel.  So now, to all intents and purposes the battery supply is AGAIN facing OPEN CIRCUIT CONDITIONS.


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1553 on: June 22, 2011, 06:42:20 AM »
THEN.  Let's consider what's going on at Q2.  We also have that body diode blocking the onrush of any current flow from the battery's positive terminal because the anode of its body diode is in parallel to the anode of the battery supply.  So.  Circuit is still open.  BUT here's the thing.  If the the signal at the gate of Q1 is negative then WHAT is the signal at the gate of Q2 with respect to Q1?  IF the applied signal at the gate of Q1 is now a negative charge showing a voltage from zero to minus something then, in the same way the applied signal at the gate of Q2 reads minus something to zero.  SO.  That means that Q1 AND Q2 are OPEN.  Again.  NO CURRENT CAN FLOW FROM THE SUPPLY AS THE CIRCUIT CONDITIONS ARE OPEN.

THEN.  All the circuit components had an initialising INDUCED voltage from the flow of current from the battery supply.  That current flow was POSITIVE resulting in a positively induced voltage over all affected circuit components.  But now that the signal at the gate has changed the current can no longer flow and all that positively induced voltage over the circuit material collapses from something above zero - to zero.  Again.  Whatever it was that took that voltage above zero - it now reverses to move back to zero.

THEN.  Changing electric fields induce magnetic fields and changing magnetic fields induce electric fields.  Inductive Laws must NOW kick in because collapsing voltage is simply the measure of magnetic fields that are 'changing' over time.  So.  These collapsing reversing fields then induce the second cycle thereby inducing an equivalent negative voltage potential to the previously applied positively induced voltage.  In effect the positive voltage from the initial current flow reverses - thereby representing changing magnetic fields.  Again.  They collapse to zero to discharge that initial applied potential difference.  Then they move through zero to establish an EQUAL but opposite voltage or potential difference over those same circuit components.


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1554 on: June 22, 2011, 06:43:54 AM »
NOW. Let's take a look at the new circuit.  The battery cannot apply any energy at all.  It's effectively DISCONNECTED.  BUT.  The circuit is now CHARGED with POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE THAT IS EQUAL TO THE POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE FIRST APPLIED FROM THE POWER SUPPLY.  So.  What we've actually got is A SECOND ENERGY SUPPLY SOURCE because we all know that potential difference is MOST CERTAINLY a source of energy.  And where we only had one energy supply source - in the battery - we've now got a second energy supply source in the circuit material.

THEN.  Unlike the battery - there's a circuit path for the flow of current induced from all that negative energy.  Here's that path.  The body diodes in either Q1 OR Q2 or both - allows the flow of current from it's cathode through it's anode - back to the anode of the battery.  The battery cannot offer any resistance to this because it's still effectively disconnected.  Again.  The battery source still cannot, itself, discharge any current as there's still no path available to it.  So it simply takes this new and reversed inrush of current from it's anode through its cathode and that current flow then returns back to it's own source - being the circuit material that also discharged all that negative potential difference.  And the result of this is that the battery voltage CLIMBS.  It climbs to the full value of the current applied during this cycle times the voltage that was applied during that second cycle,

NOW.  Here's the thing.  This is the point where POYNTY et al need to learn new techniques of denial.  Because, as Poynty as rightly pointed out - the battery voltage is determined by its ratings.  It cannot, of itself CLIMB to some value well in excess of that rating.  Any apparent climb must therefore be the result of potential difference applied OUTSIDE the battery.  Since it's climbed to a 'readable' value of, say double the battery supply - then one can rightly compute that the applied voltage is the sum of the battery's rated voltage PLUS the increased voltage.  And the rate of current flow is easily established by the voltage measured across the shunt over the resistive value of that shunt.  So.  P=vi dt - which is ABSOLUTELY IN LINE WITH GOOD, WELL ESTABLISHED, STANDARD MEASUREMENT PROTOCOLS.


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1555 on: June 22, 2011, 06:44:43 AM »
THE LAST PART - YOU'LL BE PLEASED TO KNOW. 
 ;D
THEN.  Now comes the problematic part of that cycle.  Here's what happens.  When all that potential difference has effectively been transferred back to the circuit material - at the end of that discharge cycle - where the battery gets charged and the circuit has finally discharged all it's negative voltage  then what happens?  Well.  Inductive Laws ALWAYS apply.  The circuit components have now discharged all their negative potential.  This voltage needs must collapse to back to zero.  When it collapses - as ever,  those voltages - which are simply magnetic fields - also simply change over time.  Changing magnetic fields induce electric fields.  And just as happened before in that first initialising cycle from the battery discharge - we now have a collapsing fields that are moving from negative to zero - then from zero through to some positive voltage.  In effect we have ANOTHER INDUCED CYCLE OF VOLTAGE AND CURRENT from a previously INDUCED CYCLE OF VOLTAGE AND CURRENT.  Two induced cycles at the price of one.

THEN.  We also need to establish the path for that second positive current flow.  That's the tricky part.  The signal at Q1 is still negative.  So.  Clearly the positive current flow can't move through that gate.  And nor is there the required positive signal at Q2.  So.  It also can't move through there?  Nor can it breach the body diodes as they're also in anti phase to that flow of current.  So back to that question that I asked Poynty.  HOW DOES THAT POSITIVE CURRENT FLOW FIND ANY PATH AT ALL IN THAT CIRCUIT TO DISCHARGE ANYTHING AT ALL?  Because what is clearly evident is that, notwithstanding these barriers and restrictions -  the current INDEED flowed and wrt - or rather with respect to  ;D all appropriate references that flow was POSITIVE and GREATER THAN ZERO.  And we absolutely KNOW that it also impacted on the battery supply because the voltage across the battery DROPS - FALLS - COLLAPSES - WELL BELOW IT'S RATING.

That guys is the point of departure.  That's when the ONLY explanation relies on a re-evaluation of the properties of current flow.  OR POYNTY ET AL need to give us an EXPLANATION.

Kindest regards,
Rosemary

   

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1556 on: June 22, 2011, 07:23:38 AM »
And here's the kicker - Guys,

PROVIDED THAT THE PROPERTIES OF CURRENT FLOW COMPRISE A MAGNETIC DIPOLE and ONLY if they comprise that dipole - then there are NO RESTRICTIONS OFFERED BY THAT CIRCUIT FOR THE CHARGE AND DISCHARGE OF NEGATIVE ENERGY IN BOTH INDUCED CYCLES. Therefore, my hope.  That this oscillation PROVES that property - is the first point.

And IF IT DOES - then it also proves that the POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE can vary on a circuit without the MATERIAL LOSS OF ANY OF THOSE MAGNETIC DIPOLES.  WHICH BEGS A TOTAL CONSERVATION OF ENERGY.

And IF IT DOES - then it also proves that the circuit material itself is a viable source of INDUCED POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE - to become an energy supply source all on its own.

AND it proves that therefore there are NO CONTRADICTIONS BETWEEN THIS RESULT AND THE LAWS OF THE CONSERVATION OF ENERGY.

And it proves that the amount of INDUCED ENERGY can EQUAL AND/OR EXCEED the amount of energy first applied WITHOUT contradicting the KNOWN LAWS OF PHYSICS.

and it proves that in as much as ALL CYCLES - the initlal applied current and the current resulting from both INDUCED CYCLES is able to dissipate energy at the circuit's workstations without any material reduction to that energy supply - then it is also FEASIBLE to generate work without a commensurate reduction to that potential difference.  And that's easy to prove.  JUST MEASURE THE HEAT AT THAT WORKSTATION.  IF IT'S ABOVE AMBIENT THEN THERE'S ENERGY DISSIPATED.

Which has ALL GOT TO BE - A VERY GOOD THING.
 ;D

Rosemary

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1557 on: June 22, 2011, 09:05:02 AM »
@ Mags
As a rule I quite like those trolls that tend to follow me around.  Very few exceptions.  But Fuzzy's one such.  And you're another.  I absolutely did NOT make any disclosures on my life for your edification.  I believe I was answering TK. 

And MR MAGS - I'm not sure you're right in advising me on anything at all.  You're grossly under qualified.  You do not have the required intelligence nor training.  If I spent the rest of my life making marmalade - as you suggest - then how would I be able to indulge my love of and talents for and interest in logic and language and physics and art.  I realise that you can't share this.  But that speaks to your own limitations.  Not mine.  I express myself very clearly.

What shows me an extreme want of decency in your character is that you KNOW that my threads are not moderated.  So you indulge in this off topic excursion with relative freedom from harm.  Which effectively makes you an opportunistic, unprincipled bully.  You are to the forum what hyenas are to the wild.  No bigger coward when the top predator comes to the party.  And nothing braver than when those top predators aren't there.  And no-one noiser. 

So.  Magsy - I propose you take your fatuous observations and your rather limited intellect elsewhere.  You're incapable of contributing to anything constructively, if your advices regarding my interests are anything to go by.  And you're utterly unequal to contributing to the science if your experimental proposals are anything to go by.  And I'm not sure that you can contribute anything at all to the general health of the planet or it's population as you're also afflicted with a certain want of principle and morality.  But I would MUCH prefer it if you would stay off this thread.

Rosemary


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1558 on: June 22, 2011, 02:03:17 PM »
Golly.  I'm not sure that the English education system is correctly described as 'alternative'.  I think that anyone qualifying for the O levels and GCE's and M levels would be inclined to protest.  I was held back for a year as it was considered that I was just too emotionally immature to cut it so I wrote my M levels 'university entrance to SA universities' when I was 15. 
I'm glad you have finally figured out how to intersperse comments and quotes. Since you had such a traditional English education, perhaps you could list some of the courses you took. Algebra? Geometry? Chemistry? Trigonometry? Physics? Anything like that at all in your O levels or M levels or GCEs? There certainly were in mine, and I'll wager that there were in the pre-university educations of most of our readers.
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I then went to university - only because I was too young to get a job. BUT when I was old enough to make my OWN decisions I LEFT UNIVERSITY.  That was after 2 years when I FINALLY turned 18.  And 1 year before my finals.
Congratulations on making the right decision there. It's difficult to cut it at University if one doesn't have the maturity, discipline, or.... educational prerequisites required for success.
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And from then until now I worked for myself - first in catering then in property development and finally in trading.  Since NONE of these endeavors included science they are also ENTIRELY irrelevant.
On that much we are in complete agreement. NONE of your prior work gives you any qualification to be writing "theories" or doing "experiments".
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  And since all of them require some measure of a functioning intelligence I think you can largely discount Poynt's assessment of me being an outright moron.  But since I still post here then even I'm inclined to doubt this.
No, Rosemary, you are clearly a very clever person. Your problem is that you have a huge chip on your shoulder and you cannot accept that you just might be wrong in your conception of the scientific process in general and the peer review process in particular.
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(referring to being an autodidact)
This is also a lot of baloney.  I was VERY CAPABLY TAUGHT by the writings of Gary Zukov, Murray Gell Mann - and a list too long and too boring to include here.  AND most specifically - I was also taught by Dyson in that IMPECCABLE STUDY OF CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS.  SO.  I was taught DIRECTLY by the masters
So you sat in class with Gell-Mann, sat exams for him, worked as a grad student of his, or Dyson's.... I laugh at your "taught DIRECTLY" because you have no conception of what it's really like to be a student of a great teacher.
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or by brilliant writers ABOUT the master - not through the fractured muddles of those who teach the MASTERS.  And my lack of knowledge as it pertains to ELECTRONICS PERSISTS.  I only USE circuit components in a VERY LIMITED APPLICATION to prove my thesis.  I STILL do not know how a capacitor works.  AND I wont know until I've finally taken one apart and worked it out for myself.  I cannot be accused EVER to taking anyone's word for it on any issue at all - unless I've also UNDERSTOOD the issues.  That's the downside in being me.
You defend your ignorance with more vigor than anyone I have ever encountered.
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FAR from NOT making a single numerical prediction it RELIES on a close analysis of mass/size ratios and a close analysis of the properties of charge.  It is ALL OF IT NUMERICAL.
Please give an example of a mathematical calculation that comes from your theory. I'm sure we would all like to see it. Perhaps you can explain Maxwell's Equations or even just Faraday's Law in the context of your "theory", Mathematically.
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And the most glaring prediction is that in the transfer of electric energy UNITY CAN MOST CERTAINLY BE EXCEEDED.  That you cannot understand it is also understandable.  At it's least you'll need a facility with concept.  And I certainly HOPE that the thesis will not REPLACE QED.  What a thought!  That would be a travesty of the highest order.  It REPLACES NOTHING.  Nor does it DISCOVER ANYTHING.  It simply resolves some very real anomalies - which is the broadly applied euphemism when our mainstream scientists can't answer questions.  lol. 
LOL is right. You do not even understand how absurd that last bit is.
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(referring to the "paper")
ALSO NOT TRUE. 
Did you or did you not allow the paper to appear on ScribD with the heading "IEEE" on the top of every page, AFTER you knew the paper had been rejected by all their journals to which it was submitted, giving the impression to the casual reader that it was "an IEEE paper"? Sort of like your "patent"?
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The paper was pubished on SCRIBD and withdrawn because FUZZY claimed it was his WORK.  And he's not capable of writing an articulate paragraph let alone that paper.  Nor can he dream up the parameters required for the tests he replicated and then CLAIMED was his own work.  lol.   Right now that paper is PUBLISHED on my blogspot and has enjoyed a VERY WIDE readership.
Methinks you do protest too much. Glen is a competent and careful researcher; he certainly did a lot more real work than you personally ever did on the project, and he --- like Err-on and some others-- was strongly on your side, until he realized --- like Err-on and Harvey and some others --- how full of ignorance you really are.
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For 'many years' read 3 years - and during the most of 1 of those 3 years I was pretty effectively SILENCED. 
And this is also true - provided that you exclude Glen's replications, sundry tests that Aaron has done - The tests designed and accredited by BP (SA), ABB Research, SASOL (SA) SPESCOM - CISR - POWER ENGINEERS (part of the Alstom group)
We've been here before. You can't produce any documentation of any of these "tests" and people have actually contacted some of these companies and asked about you... nobody's heard of you.
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the directors of MTN SCIENCENTRE where it was demonstrated for a couple of weeks and a veritable HOST of independent engineers.  And latterly by 3 replicators here in CAPE TOWN. 
Really? So it should be all over the news then. But it's not even being reported on PESWiki... that should tell you something.
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But otherwise TK is SPOT ON.  Just read that  'Nobody but nobody' - as a double negative - which we all know - makes a positive.
I thought English was your native language. I guess not. "Nobody but nobody" is not a double negative, it's a hyperbolic emphasis, and still very true. Nobody, but nobody, has shown any free energy, much less COP infinite or even COP>17 from your circuits.
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 ;D  More of those euphemisms TK.
Euphemism? What? Test my TinselKoil using your protocols and analysis. You'll get massive, truly massive, overunity results. Before you removed your comments from my videos, you were very impressed with my TinselKoil, remember. After all, it uses essentially the same switched mosfets driving a low inductance, low resistance load, the same ideas of resonant oscillation and self-excitation, and can even potentiate vodka into something drinkable.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gSXi3BkkNA
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It's true.  I make a very good marmalade.  I LOVE cooking.
I don't think anyone cares enough about anything you claim TK. We all know you as a propagandist.  And once propaganda is seen for what it is - then it rather loses its edge. 

Rosie

Added a link to what TK refers to as my 'ZIPON' theory.  ENJOY.  lol.
LOL is right. I'm no propagandist; I just hate to see intelligent and creative people wasting their time on non-productive BS when there's so much other, really interesting, stuff out there. And I am personally interested in your case particularly, Rosie, from a psychological aspect.
And I really don't give a hoot about what people think of me, but I will not put up with your lies and distortions. Stop lying, and I'll stop responding.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #1559 on: June 22, 2011, 02:26:02 PM »
Hello TK

 :-* - Like I said, it's a huge comfort when people are predictable.  Eat your heart out TK.  This circuit's a winner.

Rosie