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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: 2020
« Reply #30 on: January 04, 2018, 11:39:52 AM »
The “wicky-wheel” capillary to rotary device was self-running
Literally over a decade ago.

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« Reply #31 on: January 04, 2018, 05:42:24 PM »
The problem is that inventors claim to have a self-runner, but so far they can never seem to prove it to rational thinking people. They turn out to be scams, hoaxes, or measurement errors. They rarely provide detailed build instructions, part numbers. When the poor replicators try to build it, they fail. The inventor makes some excuse.

I've published an experiment to allow people to see a free energy effect by offering two options. 1) The simple method, but I said beforehand it's unpredictable and no guarantees it will work. One person built it, without success. I even tried rebuilding it again, it worked at first for a very short while. Later on I published the second method, more difficult to build, but stable, works every time. The exact designs along with part numbers were published to build the stable pulsed version. I uploaded a video showing the device and the output. So far nobody has built it, which is probably a good thing because I've since taken the different philosophical path that humanity is not ready for this new physics, yet. Recently I momentarily uploaded a video showing the spectrum of what I call broadband-self-runners.

Self-runners exist. You people will know it when the real deal hits public domain. There will be no question because by the time you learn about such a device academic scientists and their students around the world will be talking about their self-running devices on social media.

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Re: 2020
« Reply #32 on: January 04, 2018, 11:25:25 PM »
Then you saying, academic scientists currently do research on free energy and self-running devices, but they do not talk about? Somewhat interesting. Area 51 perhaps?

I was told by a source I trust 100% that the original Kapanadze was a hoax

What is ORIGINAL Kapanadze? Is there a non-orginal one?

Let me guess: Your 100% trustworthy source has not the slightest idea how Kapanadze fakes his demonstrations of selfrunners showing kilowatts of energy output in front of live audience and camera. Otherwise he would tell you and you would tell us, instead of talking in riddles. You know nothing, we know nothing. Therefore business as usual.

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« Reply #32 on: January 04, 2018, 11:25:25 PM »
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Re: 2020
« Reply #33 on: January 05, 2018, 01:21:45 AM »
Then you saying, academic scientists currently do research on free energy and self-running devices, but they do not talk about? Somewhat interesting. Area 51 perhaps?
Not the present. I did not say that. The Future.



What is ORIGINAL Kapanadze? Is there a non-orginal one?

Let me guess: Your 100% trustworthy source has not the slightest idea how Kapanadze fakes his demonstrations of selfrunners showing kilowatts of energy output in front of live audience and camera. Otherwise he would tell you and you would tell us, instead of talking in riddles. You know nothing, we know nothing. Therefore business as usual.
He said there was a high power source that pumped energy into the Earth at a distant house.


I'm not offering proof of my source. I'm only sharing a few things they have said, and that they've give me proof that they know a lot of important things we do not.

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Re: 2020
« Reply #34 on: January 05, 2018, 01:50:28 AM »


He said there was a high power source that pumped energy into the Earth at a distant house.



That’s exactly what Thomas Edison said about Tesla...

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Re: 2020
« Reply #35 on: January 05, 2018, 01:52:49 AM »
The problem is that inventors claim to have a self-runner, but so far they can never seem to prove it to rational thinking people....


Ah-hem.....




The wicky-wheel proved to be perpetual, in violation of thermodynamics,
Over a decade ago.




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Re: 2020
« Reply #36 on: January 05, 2018, 01:03:13 PM »
Not the present. I did not say that. The Future.


He said there was a high power source that pumped energy into the Earth at a distant house.


I'm not offering proof of my source. I'm only sharing a few things they have said, and that they've give me proof that they know a lot of important things we do not.

they" ahh ok .. sorry but i could not resist  ;)

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Offline Theoretical Research

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Re: 2020
« Reply #37 on: January 05, 2018, 05:12:53 PM »

Ah-hem.....




The wicky-wheel proved to be perpetual, in violation of thermodynamics,
Over a decade ago.

Come on now. Not in this timeline.

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« Reply #38 on: January 05, 2018, 05:16:05 PM »
they" ahh ok .. sorry but i could not resist  ;)

Yes, "they," as in plural. They are many. MM is part of a group.  :)

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Re: 2020
« Reply #39 on: January 05, 2018, 06:14:06 PM »
He said there was a high power source that pumped energy into the Earth at a distant house.
I'm not offering proof of my source. I'm only sharing a few things they have said, and that they've give me proof that they know a lot of important things we do not.

Hi Theoretical Research. Years ago Kapanadze was negotiating with some potential investors (I forget off hand
which country that particular investment group was from, as Kapanadze apparently negotiated with at least a couple
of different groups of investors over the years), and as the story was related, this group insisted that Kapanadze bring
a device with him and the investment group would take him by boat to some undisclosed island for which
Kapanadze did not know the destination.

As the account of the event was related, and as I recall, Kapanadze was taken to an island which Kapanadze did not
know the location of in advance and was asked to demonstrate his device. As the story was related (I can't find the original
document where I had read the translation of this account of this event) Kapanadze set up his device on the shore of the island,
but after his device was running for a while apparently some security person or similar came and told them they had to leave the
island right away because the place where they were was privately owned. However, as the story was related,
Kapanadze was able to make his device self run for a little while on that island until they were asked to leave.
It seems it would be pretty hard for Kapanadze to fake that demo on the shore of that island, if the account of the event I read
is at least fairly accurate.

From what I can gather, this is a video clip of that demonstration from Kapanadze.
In the video, if it is a video clip of that same event with Kapanadze, you can see that the shore of the island is very rugged and rocky,
and the location appears to be remote.  At any rate, whether the account I read of that island demo is wholly accurate or not,
various other people have witnessed Kapanadze's devices in operation up close in person, and to date no one has reported
seeing evidence of tricks being used.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXLxTjc9m3k


All the best...

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Re: 2020
« Reply #40 on: January 05, 2018, 06:28:53 PM »
Hi Theoretical Research. Years ago Kapanadze was negotiating with some potential investors (I forget off hand
which country that particular investment group was from, as Kapanadze apparently negotiated with at least a couple
of different groups of investors over the years), and as the story was related, this group insisted that Kapanadze bring
a device with him and the investment group would take him by boat to some undisclosed island for which
Kapanadze did not know the destination.

As the account of the event was related, and as I recall, Kapanadze was taken to an island which Kapanadze did not
know the location of in advance and was asked to demonstrate his device. As the story was related (I can't find the original
document where I had read the translation of this account of this event) Kapanadze set up his device on the shore of the island,
but after his device was running for a while apparently some security person or similar came and told them they had to leave the
island right away because the place where they were was privately owned. However, as the story was related,
Kapanadze was able to make his device self run for a little while on that island until they were asked to leave.
It would be pretty hard for Kapanadze to fake that demo on the shore of that island, if the account of the event I read
is at least fairly accurate.
From what I can gather, this is a video clip of that demonstration from Kapanadze.
You can see that the shore of the island is all rocks, and the location appears to be remote. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXLxTjc9m3k


All the best...

I haven't asked MM about that video. Unfortunately history proves there are plenty of investors who are careless, giving inventors a lot of money without requiring sufficient evidence. Steorn is a good example of that. If I was an investor I would require the device tested in a lab. No closed big boxes as shown in the video. Ever part would be opened, broken down, and analyzed. And even then it's possible to be tricked. Magicians have proven that.

The fact that the video was uploaded 7 years ago and who knows how long since they took the video clearly shows that nothing resulted of the demo. Either the investors discovered the fake or the inventor was unable to provide sufficient evidence.

Don't worry. When the real deal arrives, it's not going to collect dust on a shelf. That will happen before the end of 2020, and humanity will be ready and responsible enough by the time scientists figure out the new physics that such technology will eventually bring.

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Re: 2020
« Reply #41 on: January 05, 2018, 07:14:27 PM »
I haven't asked MM about that video. Unfortunately history proves there are plenty of investors who are careless, giving inventors a lot of money without requiring sufficient evidence. Steorn is a good example of that. If I was an investor I would require the device tested in a lab. No closed big boxes as shown in the video. Ever part would be opened, broken down, and analyzed. And even then it's possible to be tricked. Magicians have proven that.

The fact that the video was uploaded 7 years ago and who knows how long since they took the video clearly shows that nothing resulted of the demo. Either the investors discovered the fake or the inventor was unable to provide sufficient evidence.

Don't worry. When the real deal arrives, it's not going to collect dust on a shelf. That will happen before the end of 2020, and humanity will be ready and responsible enough by the time scientists figure out the new physics that such technology will eventually bring.

Hi Theoretical Research. While it is certainly advisable for investors to arrange for some sort of lab testing
of these sort of devices before investing any serious money, the problem for free energy device inventors
who want to try to make money from their inventions is the reality is that as soon as their secret is out of
the bag in regards to the specific principle or principles that make their device over unity, they have most likely
lost their bargaining power. Given this, it is perfectly understandable to me that many free energy inventors
might well be very reluctant to allow their devices to be inspected and tested closely in a lab setting by others
until they have made some sort of clear cut deal first. So you have a 'catch 22' situation. :)

By some accounts, it may be that Kapanadze is particularly paranoid about being ripped off once he lets his secret
out, and I have read at least a couple of translations of Kapanadze's statements where Kapanadze has stated that he
believed that potential investors were trying to rip him off, so Kapanadze backed out of the deal. Maybe Kapanadze is overly paranoid
of being ripped off, or maybe the potential investors he has dealt with in the past really were pretty sleazy and were trying to rip him off.
Kapanadze's apparent paranoia may have some real justification behind it.

Something Dr. Steven Greer said in the past comes to mind, which loosely paraphrased was 'inventors of these
free energy devices expect the world to beat a path to their door, but instead murder incorporated beats a path to their door'.
That may be somewhat of an exaggeration, although it may possibly have some real basis in at least some cases,
but it seems to me that free energy device inventors shouldn't be at all surprised if many people they run into
are very questionable or are outright sharks of all kinds. Where there is the potential for big bucks to be made,
you should certainly expect some very shady people to try to jump into the game.

At any rate, from what I have seen, Kapanadze appears to be one of the more credible free energy device claimants
out there, as he has demonstrated his devices in front of quite a few different people over the years. That is a far bit
better than many free energy device claimants ever do. Yes, anything can be faked, but, in my own opinion anyway,
Kapanadze is one of the more credible free energy device claimants I have come across over the years, even if he may
be very difficult to deal with on a business level. Wesley who posts here has related an account of dealing with
Kapanadze which seems to back up the notion that Kapanadze can be very difficult to deal with when it comes to business.
If Kapanadze's devices are legit, then Kapanadze'a apparent deep distrust and erratic behavior may be his own worst enemy...

All the best...

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« Reply #42 on: January 05, 2018, 07:25:06 PM »
I'd like to think or at least hope there are more credible self-runners claims than Kapanadze. I see a post on Kapanadze presentation in 2005. If he can't find an investor to market the biggest breakthrough device in history after 13 years then somethings wrong. So I'll have to trust my source that it's a fake.

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« Reply #43 on: January 05, 2018, 07:33:21 PM »
BTW one does not need an investor to sell things. You make a dozen. Sell them. Reinvest to make more. Sell. Etc.  Every relative and friend I know would buy one. All of their friends would quickly learn about it including all of their close social media friends who would be breaking down the door to buy one. Explosive growth. That's for the real deal. Not a fake. Don't be disappointed. The public will see the real deal one day when humanity is ready.

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« Reply #44 on: January 05, 2018, 07:44:05 PM »
I'd like to think or at least hope there are more credible self-runners claims than Kapanadze. I see a post on Kapanadze presentation in 2005. If he can't find an investor to market the biggest breakthrough device in history after 13 years then somethings wrong. So I'll have to trust my source that it's a fake.

Hi Theoretical Research. I have explained some of the accounts and some possible reasons for the
lack of a business deal with Kapanadze to date. I think it is not so straightforward at all as many
people may assume to try to find a serious investor or buyer for this type of invention. For one thing,
if you ask engineers and scientists whether they think free energy devices of this type are possible,
most or at least very many will probably either say it is a violation of known scientific 'laws', or they
would say it it seems very unlikely. Given this wide scale view, it may well not be so easy at all to
get attention from serious investors or buyers, but sharks are probably only too happy to jump on board. :)
Kapanadze has stated that he tried to interest the Georgian government, but he said they do not believe
his device could be real.

I would say many people think that the world would beat a path to an inventor's door if they claimed
they had a free energy/over unity device and were willing to demonstrate it, but instead most people
just assume it must be fake, and instead mainly sharks and other very questionable people may be the
people who show up at their door. :)  It certainly doesn't help the situation that many/most of
the free energy device claims out there are either from people who are mistaken, or hoaxers, or outright
scammers. That certainly doesn't mean that all claimants necessarily fall into those categories however. :)


All the best...

 

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