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Author Topic: What it will take to get science to accept Mylows self runner  (Read 2552 times)

Butch LaFonte

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Mylow it seems has no intention of ever going public, in person that is. What I mean is Mylow demonstrating the device in a live demonstration in a public place on a continuous basis. I also feel that anyone who replicates the device and gets a self runner will do Youtube videos only and never go public. We may end up with thirty replications all self running put on Youtube by people with screennames that refuse to go public in person and demonstrate the device continuously day after day for all to see and examine to a degree. Can you imagine if all invention were handled this way? We would still be in the dark ages.
To get the scientific community and the general public to accept this machine as anything other than a hoax is for someone to go public. The MIB if they exist find you through youtube anyway as Mylow claims. So why not just go public in person and get yourself some protection by doing so. Once the information is out there it is counter productive to harm the inventor. Staying hidden with a screen name only puts the inventor in danger. If he gets killed, we will never know it because we don't know who he was in the first place. I am so sick of these self runners being put on Youtube by people with screen names and refusing to go public in person. It is making the overunity community look like a bunch of childish geeks.
Man up and go public and stop wasting everyones time and money.
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Offline AB Hammer

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Re: What it will take to get science to accept Mylows self runner
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2009, 07:46:45 PM »
Butch LaFonte

 I'll second the motion.

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Re: What it will take to get science to accept Mylows self runner
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2009, 10:01:58 PM »
He should definitely get the machine seen by someone else. Forum members could club together for fast and insured shipping there and back plus maybe a little bonus amount for Mylows troubles. I´d be happy to contribute a few dollars toward that.

Mylow mentioned making Stirling a toy version using an optical scanner part he got from the science surplus store. It will be cool if he does produce a runner using it and then fedexes it. Imagine the excitement upon receiving the parcel, unwrapping it, giving it a flick start then watching it for an hour or two in amazement as the mind races in excitement.

Sending a working replica like this to someone else is in many ways better than a house visit because if posted the third party could get far more intimate with it without asking for permission, plus they could run long term monitoring of the magnets gauss levels, temperatures etc. And of course if they wish they could invite others to come and see it.

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Re: What it will take to get science to accept Mylows self runner
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2009, 10:01:58 PM »
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Re: What it will take to get science to accept Mylows self runner
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2009, 10:16:19 PM »
Good on you Butch. I am with you all the way on this one.

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Re: What it will take to get science to accept Mylows self runner
« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2009, 11:03:55 PM »
Regarding a reply to the thread title, this is what it would take to get mainstream science to accept a WORKING "mylow-like" device:

> Independent replications, and well documented tests and eyewitness accounts. This is a no-brainer and must happen for any F-E device to go forward.

Today Sterling has said this will happen with Mylow's device: Let us hope and pray it does, and soon.

> A brave soul, a professor with prestigious credentials (such as MIT, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, UCLA, etc), who is the first to study the device and declare it "valid". Once one is bold enough to do so, many more will. But it may take some Profs from lesser-known U's or community colleges looking at it first before one from a major institution will agree to even look at it... Lol, they used to burn people at the stake for less than what we are asking them to do ;)

> It may take a lot of public awareness first, probably from mainstream media attention, to get it fully embraced by the mainstream scientific community. They won't want to: It would be a royal PITA for them because it means accepting new Theories. And this is not a can of worms they want to open. So they may quibble any tiny thing they can, knee-jerk deny, and shuffle around the subject as long as they can get away with it.

> If the corporate mainstream media (national news) reports fairly and widely on it, this will mean that the government has decided to let it happen (then scientific mainstream acceptance will come fairly easily). The government controls the media. If the U.S. MSM stonewalls it (or worse, denies and derides it ala Pons and Fleischman 1989), it will be a long uphill battle for public awareness and will require hard work by the international Open Source community to get it out there; one local area and one replication at a time. But such a battle is very winnable: They don't control all news and the alternate news of the Internet and foreign news will help tremendously.

If anyone doubts the power of the U.S. corporate-owned MSM to suppress highly important news stories: Google "Sibel Edmonds".

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Re: What it will take to get science to accept Mylows self runner
« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2009, 11:03:55 PM »
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