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Re: I'm tight on cash right now
« Reply #15 on: February 04, 2009, 07:28:10 AM »
Agree with Tinsel, so many clamed OU devices but none seen in real life. Not because they’re just having a wrong concept, but because it’s really hard to develop final working product on “self financing” base. Look, Bedini, Brady, Willis, they all hard workers willing to get they product to be introduced to world, but costs of these efforts to high to do it fast and on the propriet level.
That’s why even if  you, Jack, guessing how it might work (because you saw it) $120 it’s nothing even to prove a concept. Here’s many people who spent much more and with not bad ideas at all, but not coming even close yet.
So I wish you luck in you attempts, hope you’ll find this bloody 120…

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Re: I'm tight on cash right now
« Reply #15 on: February 04, 2009, 07:28:10 AM »

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Re: I'm tight on cash right now
« Reply #16 on: February 05, 2009, 03:43:48 AM »
Thanks guys for all your criticism, whether negative or positive.  It really helps to have unbiased opinions on something like this.  It's taken me years to narrow this down into something cheap.  And I didn't just get back from Iraq, I was there 03, since then I have been to Afghanistan twice and the last (07-08) one was for 15 months.  While I was there I was actually building it.  I had the magnets and the frame constructed but couldn't find the means available on a small fob to attach the magnets to the wood.   I was also overly concerned with shielding them for some reason.  I was trying to block one side so no pulling forces could escape.  I spent allot of money on that stuff, but in the end I found that even the best I could get wasn't enough.  A magnet totally saturates any ferrous material with electrons besides just sticking to it.  I had to revamp the frame a little bit and close it in on both ends as well because a floating single shaft wasn't stable enough.  I also ran into the balancing issue since I had no access to aluminum bolts and hardware.  It was hard to concentrate on it too, especially since our province was thick with freedom fighters. We lost 12 guys there for absolutely nothing and our unit alone spent over 2 million dollars on local contracts to build roads and schools that were never finished.   And nobody can tell me shit about Iraq either, I saw 55 gal. drums of Sarin in a bunker just outside of baghdad airport and they had lot numbers right next to the nsn numbers.  Alot of people I knew pretty well there had seen similar things in other places.  We killed alot of innocent people over there, and we soldiers have to live with that guilt for the rest of our lives.  The politicians simply wash their hands of it and go on their way. At least we were always backed by americans, even though we only fought for each other.  If there were actually terrorist cells operating in the US and targeting regular people it would be different.  But the war is draining our economy and gasoline is way too expensive and very much finite, we already owe China over a trillion dollars.  I developed many other concepts besides revising this one, others include a turbo charged pressure forge, a bad ass metal forging process, a solar laser, the always favorite mech, the always favorite rail gun, a sonic cannon(mostly for mining work) and some other minor concepts.  I spoke with the VP of AP Nano some while on my last deployment trying to get their company to make armor for us(HMMWVs open like cans when they got hit, plus we gave the assholes the explosives for free anyways).  AP Nano could only at the time manufacture nano tubes and spheres.  They are able to electroplate this material(titanium disulfide) to other metals and the coatings would withstand pressures of up to 250 tons per square centimeter.  That's a shit ton, maybe enough to take on an EFP.  AP Nano didn't have any in house ballistic testing so I tried to hook them up with some current armor manufacturers like point blank, etc. Never got any replies from those companies.  The basic point was that they could not make nano fibers, therefore we could not weave them into cloth-like materials and control their elasticity with electromagnetic fields.  So we can't make powered armor for our soldiers yet, at least not the stealthy ninja kind.  That was one tangent I went off on in Afghanistan.  But if anyone would like to talk about these other things just let me know.  Together we make something really kick ass.

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Re: I'm tight on cash right now
« Reply #17 on: February 05, 2009, 05:23:25 AM »
It’s all very interesting, Jack, everyone can tell stories (you’ve been in Army, I was in Navy, and Jim was in jail), but what about “I can make a device that powers itself”, so you can or you can not (“…but in the end I found that even the best I could get wasn't enough…”).
I don’t what to be a jerk (I know what does it mean to carry out orders), but we’re talking about your claim, for other staff you can open another topic. If you have something to say about it let discuss it, or you can do it yourself. No offence, soldier.

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Re: I'm tight on cash right now
« Reply #17 on: February 05, 2009, 05:23:25 AM »
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