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Author Topic: left handed materials  (Read 3799 times)

Offline markdansie

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left handed materials
« on: August 08, 2009, 06:20:12 AM »
Hi I thought i better start a new topic rather than interupt other forums.
The Dr Schwartz ERR device mentioned left hand materials. You can google for more info on these like at this site:
http://physics.ucsd.edu/lhmedia/whatis.html
I have trouble believing what I am seeing with the ERR device for a number of reasons. However I started to see the potential of these materials given the properties they exhibit and effects they have already achieved in optics.
i was thinking of TK, Chris, Pirate. Geanna and a few others might want to have a look at these and the possabilities that they inspire.
i have a long way to go researching these materials , but I do see some potential in using them to create new batteries, becomming possibly capacitors or capturing some radiant or magnetic energy.
I may be way of base here and this is the first topic I have started. All I ask is take a few minutes to read up on these materials and let your collective imaginations drift for a while.
In the meantime I will get back to the boring day to day evaluating overunity devices. I hate doing it but someone has to do it. (you never know I might find one )
Mark