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Author Topic: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.  (Read 848704 times)

Offline poynt99

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #915 on: March 12, 2012, 03:15:26 PM »
And simpler yet is to simply try this out on a sim program.  We've had loads of samples of this.  They all manage that waveform.  And a sim does not use an oscilloscope - so no-one can say this is the result of energy or distortions from the scope. 
With reference to achieving the oscillation in a simulation; so what?

What exactly are you implying is the significance of this?

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #916 on: March 12, 2012, 03:19:21 PM »
With reference to achieving the oscillation in a simulation; so what?

What exactly are you implying is the significance of this?

Who exactly are you talking to?


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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #917 on: March 12, 2012, 03:21:04 PM »
Who exactly are you talking to?
Who exactly are YOU talking to?

LOL

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #918 on: March 12, 2012, 03:26:33 PM »
Who exactly are YOU talking to?

LOL

I've no idea.  Someone called Poynty Point?  Or is that Poynt.99 RECURRING?  But I've no idea who he is.  Just a talking head - somewhere in Canada - who hides behind an internet personality while he tries to kill off 12 years of hard work - my good name - and any potential advantages in some technology that I'm trying to progress.  And he uses tactics of calumny, traducement, misinformation, misdirection, denial, or anything to hand.  I also know that he's in the process of being sued by a certain John Bedini for similar indulgences of public defamation.  And - in the fullness of time - I hope to manage an action of my own.

LOL

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Actually I also know that he's now DELETED HIS CALUMNY in the light of this action.  Would that I could be that effective.  But I'll bide my time.  I'm assured that all good things come to those that wait.  And God knows I've been waiting. :'(

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #919 on: March 12, 2012, 03:51:13 PM »
I've no idea.  Someone called Poynty Point?  Or is that Poynt.99 RECURRING?  But I've no idea who he is.  Just a talking head - 
Then the same must be said of your 2 talking-head supporters here in this thread.

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...while he tries to kill off 12 years of hard work - my good name - and any potential advantages in some technology that I'm trying to progress.
Through the progress of time, YOU'VE done more damage to your credibility than anyone else ever could.

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And he uses tactics of calumny, traducement, misinformation, misdirection, denial, or anything to hand.
Enough grounds to begin a suit of my own...don't you think? LOL.

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I also know that he's in the process of being sued by a certain John Bedini for similar indulgences of public defamation.
Where is your proof? More grounds there Rosemary. ;)

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And - in the fullness of time - I hope to manage an action of my own.
LOL, Bring it on.

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I'm assured that all good things come to those that wait.
Indeed they do  ;)

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #920 on: March 12, 2012, 04:01:40 PM »
And for the record, NB:

I left you well enough alone Rosemary. It was YOU that came after me and OUR demanding the OUR Award.

I of course must defend the integrity of the OUR Award against any and all bogus and unsubstantiated claims, including your own.

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #921 on: March 12, 2012, 04:02:29 PM »
No Poynty Point.  To use an internet personality and yet be constructive - is to use an internet personality WISELY.  And for you to assume that it's laudable to indulge in action that would otherwise be actionable - is sad indeed.  I think there's a legal term for it.  But I'm not sure what. Certainly 'unprofessional' would be close. 

But lest we drift off topic.  May I impose on you to accede that SHOULD WE DO THAT BATTERY DRAW DOWN TEST - AND IF RESULTS PROVE THAT THE EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS EXCEED THE CONTROL RESULTS - THAT YOU'D ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR LIABILITIES RELATED TO THAT PRIZE?  Since you're that satisfied that we wont manage this then I'm sure you'd be happy to agree.  I'll outline the details of the required protocols - OBVIOUSLY.  But I'll do that here on these forums.  That anyone with any bright ideas or residual concerns - can put in their piece.  That way it'll be an OPEN SOURCE ENGAGEMENT.  How nice is that?

Kindest regards,
Rosie Pose.

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #922 on: March 12, 2012, 04:05:46 PM »
And for the record, NB:

I left you well enough alone Rosemary. It was YOU that came after me and OUR demanding the OUR Award.

I of course must defend the integrity of the OUR Award against any and all bogus and unsubstantiated claims, including your own.

POYNTY?  HOW CAN YOU SAY THIS?  Just check out my hate blog and your ENDLESS CONTRIBUTIONS?  You've got one of those memories that expediently only accesses what it prefers.  Golly.  You guys need to look closely at what you've written there.  Thank GOD it's as disgraceful as it is.  Else people may be inclined to take it seriously.

Rosie Posie

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #923 on: March 12, 2012, 04:08:53 PM »
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Lol. I've woken up to all this?  And everyone objecting to my math?  Surely not?  I'd forgotten that was in there - I must confess.  And I'm delighted it was included - because it shows me that you're actually READING what I write.  Anyway.  There is, indeed, the outside chance the analysis was a tad 'out'.  But I wrote all that many months ago.  And, in my defense, I was so, SO much younger then.

This is your admission of error? I laugh in your face.

Please see my analysis of your GRAVE ERROR, showing that you are not a "tad out", but you are overstating your energy in the test by a factor of SEVENTY FIVE, leading to your FALSE CLAIM that the single test exceeded the battery's capacity.

OK... so you've now admitted that your calculations were wrong. NOW YOU MUST RETRACT YOUR CONCLUSION AND CLAIM.

You, Rosemary, have got to state clearly WHERE AND HOW your previous calculations were in error, and you state clearly that your conclusions based on them are WRONG.... and you have to state the correct conclusion.

This is not flaming. It's science. You make an error, fine. When the error is discovered and reported, a retraction is published. That's the way it's done. If you want to play scientist, you need to play by the rules. The real rules, not some that you make up.




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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #924 on: March 12, 2012, 04:09:54 PM »
May I impose on you to accede that SHOULD WE DO THAT BATTERY DRAW DOWN TEST - AND IF RESULTS PROVE THAT THE EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS EXCEED THE CONTROL RESULTS - THAT YOU'D ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR LIABILITIES RELATED TO THAT PRIZE?  Since you're that satisfied that we wont manage this then I'm sure you'd be happy to agree.  I'll outline the details of the required protocols - OBVIOUSLY.  But I'll do that here on these forums.  That anyone with any bright ideas or residual concerns - can put in their piece.  That way it'll be an OPEN SOURCE ENGAGEMENT.  How nice is that?

Kindest regards,
Rosie Pose.

That may be workable (that means maybe Rosemary, not yes). Let's see what you propose first.

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #925 on: March 12, 2012, 04:11:01 PM »
For your amusement:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMU23e0m3T0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HK9TNFuvM2k

Note that the circuit is mostly powered by the Function Generator, and it may actually be possible in some cases for the Function Generator to.... charge the battery.

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #926 on: March 12, 2012, 04:12:32 PM »
TK,

You ROCK man!

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #927 on: March 12, 2012, 04:51:44 PM »
eatenbyagrue,

You're entitled to your opinion, but do you realize how ridiculous that sounds? What is wrong with you? THINK man!

It is all out there indeed. Then where is YOUR working demo?

Point well taken, I will see if I can get the circuit set up and play around with it.

But I think you guys are a little off as to this whole thing.  You are trying to approach this "by the book."  You see, you really cannot do that with overunity.  If you really apply "scientific method" or "rigor" or whatever you call it to overunity research, you are just not going to get anywhere.  There are tons of scientific papers where you guys would be very happy with out there in the world.  With scientists publishing actual verifiable experiments and people questioning every step of those experiments and getting into all the nitty gritties.

I think Rosemary has the right idea.  To succeed with overunity research, you have to take a more holistic approach.  Her circuit is indeed many times overunity.  It may be a subjective overunity, unique to her, but it is her project, and who are you guys to say it is not overunity?  So what if she has a different way of measuring things?  It's like Euclidian versus non Euclidian geometry.  Both ways are perfectly valid, you just have to think outside the box a little bit.  Rosemary's intuition leads her in the right direction, and you guys should respect that more.

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #928 on: March 12, 2012, 05:17:38 PM »
Point well taken, I will see if I can get the circuit set up and play around with it.

But I think you guys are a little off as to this whole thing.  You are trying to approach this "by the book."  You see, you really cannot do that with overunity.  If you really apply "scientific method" or "rigor" or whatever you call it to overunity research, you are just not going to get anywhere.  There are tons of scientific papers where you guys would be very happy with out there in the world.  With scientists publishing actual verifiable experiments and people questioning every step of those experiments and getting into all the nitty gritties.
I agree 100% that questioning the "norm" is good. I did so with the quasi-famous Lewin experiment, and proved that most if not all (including the presenter) have been misinterpreting the presentation and the results.

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Her circuit is indeed many times overunity.
You haven't proven this, therefore that is an unsubstantiated statement, and poor science to boot.

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It may be a subjective overunity, unique to her
Are you listening to yourself? You've got to be kidding! Subjective Overunity LOL! That's a new one. Very creative.  ;D

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So what if she has a different way of measuring things?
So what?

There is a correct method pilots use to calculate how much fuel they require to fly between locations. If they use the wrong method and get the wrong result, then bad things will happen if they calculate low.

Making an accurate power measurement requires that one uses a process and method that will provide the correct result. There is no half-correct result or half correct method.

How do you come up with this nonsense?

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Re: another small breakthrough on our NERD technology.
« Reply #929 on: March 12, 2012, 05:28:36 PM »
I think Rosemary has the right idea.  To succeed with overunity research, you have to take a more holistic approach.  Her circuit is indeed many times overunity.  It may be a subjective overunity, unique to her, but it is her project, and who are you guys to say it is not overunity?  So what if she has a different way of measuring things?  It's like Euclidian versus non Euclidian geometry.  Both ways are perfectly valid, you just have to think outside the box a little bit.  Rosemary's intuition leads her in the right direction, and you guys should respect that more.

Hi eatenbyagrue,

LOL.  If it were purely a subjective analysis then - actually I'd have no claim at all.  But I'm so chuffed to see this much indulgence.  Thanks eatenbyagrue.  Very much.  It's a rare thing on these forums.

And guys - I'm very impressed with TK's video.  He's definitely an expert DEBUNKER.  Its a pity though that we cannot get ANY oscillation without the circuit linked to our batteries.  LOL.  WOW.  If I didn't know better I'd say he's performing feats of magic.  Golly.  Perhaps when more of you try this out - you'll see this for yourselves.  That's always the advantage of a WIDE investigation into a claim.  8)

One needs to be on ones toes - people.  Or our poor little over unity drive is likely to be discredited.  Whatever next?

Kindest regards eatenbyagrue
Rosie.
I love your name, by the way.  REALLY neat.