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WilbyInebriated

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #465 on: December 16, 2009, 09:31:47 PM »
Well, I guess that proves what you know.
try it and find out... do you even have a clue how much voltage a single potato puts out with copper and zinc electrodes? ::) or amperage? ::) grab your favorite meter, break out a penny, a zinc nail and a potato and find out, then ask yourself who the idiot is...

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #466 on: December 16, 2009, 09:39:28 PM »
try it and find out... and then ask yourself who the idiot is.

Believe me, I am not an idiot. Take a look at the bulb. Have you ever seen one like this before? I have, but it was quite some time ago. It was in science class in high school. I don't have one myself or I could show you.

Anyways, it was to prove my point, not start a flame war, especially from someone who hasn't the knowledge of these things.

WilbyInebriated

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #467 on: December 16, 2009, 09:42:13 PM »
Believe me, I am not an idiot. Take a look at the bulb. Have you ever seen one like this before? I have, but it was quite some time ago. It was in science class in high school. I don't have one myself or I could show you.

Anyways, it was to prove my point, not start a flame war, especially from someone who hasn't the knowledge of these things.
you are if you think that single potato in the picture you posted can provide enough amperage to cause that filament to heat... yes, i have. point of fact i have several bulbs like that. now back to the question you have been avoiding, do you even have a clue how much voltage/amperage a single potato puts out with copper and zinc electrodes? obviously not...

you didn't "prove" anything by posting a faked picture... i think you are lying about your intentions also, otherwise why would you resort to ad hominem?

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #468 on: December 16, 2009, 09:56:20 PM »
you are if you think that single potato in the picture you posted can provide enough amperage to cause that filament to heat... yes, i have. point of fact i have several. now back to the question you have been avoiding, do you even have a clue how much voltage/amperage a single potato puts out with copper and zinc electrodes? obviously not...

you didn't "prove" anything by posting a faked picture... i think you are lying about your intentions also, otherwise why would you resort to ad hominem?

Take your famous "ad hominems" and shove them up your A$$.

And yes, I did prove something. You even admit that you can get a voltage with amperage out of a potato. Hence, FREE ENERGY :)

Plus, this is off topic anyways, you want to bitch and whine at me, PM me. Don't fill this thread with your crap.

WilbyInebriated

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #469 on: December 16, 2009, 10:08:25 PM »
Take your famous "ad hominems" and shove them up your A$$.

And yes, I did prove something. You even admit that you can get a voltage with amperage out of a potato. Hence, FREE ENERGY :)

Plus, this is off topic anyways, you want to bitch and whine at me, PM me. Don't fill this thread with your crap.
more ad hominem logical fallacy... imagine that.

every 10 year old knows you can get free energy from a potato or a lemon... just like every 10 year old knows you can't light a incandescent bulb from a single potato. yes, the potato is free energy as long as you didn't pay for it, no one is debating that fact.

no one is bitching and whining at you, and it was you that set the precedent for posting crap along with milehigh and vortex. you posted a fake picture, someone called you out on it... nice try at a red herring argument. ::) now, back to the question you have avoided three times. do you even have a clue how much voltage/amperage a single potato puts out with copper and zinc electrodes?


edit: watch this and learn something mr. mag... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FITxr6bJmd8 since it is obvious you don't have a clue how much voltage/amperage a single potato can source.
« Last Edit: December 16, 2009, 10:31:46 PM by WilbyInebriated »

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #470 on: December 16, 2009, 10:48:24 PM »
Wilby:

That was a nice video.  That kid did a great job making it.

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #471 on: December 16, 2009, 11:03:18 PM »
more ad hominem logical fallacy... imagine that.

every 10 year old knows you can get free energy from a potato or a lemon... just like every 10 year old knows you can't light a incandescent bulb from a single potato. yes, the potato is free energy as long as you didn't pay for it, no one is debating that fact.

no one is bitching and whining at you, and it was you that set the precedent for posting crap along with milehigh and vortex. you posted a fake picture, someone called you out on it... nice try at a red herring argument. ::) now, back to the question you have avoided three times. do you even have a clue how much voltage/amperage a single potato puts out with copper and zinc electrodes?


edit: watch this and learn something mr. mag... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FITxr6bJmd8 since it is obvious you don't have a clue how much voltage/amperage a single potato can source.

Oh, so I see. I agree with what Milehigh and Vortex are saying about free energy, that's why your whining. I also finally agree with what your saying that every 10 year old knows you can get free energy from a potato or lemon. THAT WAS THE POINT OF THE WHOLE THING - IT'S FREE ENERGY. Stop whining and move on. If you can't accept it, so be it. I'm done trying to explain things to you. Silly human.

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #472 on: December 16, 2009, 11:25:56 PM »
thanks bill.


Oh, so I see. I agree with what Milehigh and Vortex are saying about free energy, that's why your whining. I also finally agree with what your saying that every 10 year old knows you can get free energy from a potato or lemon. THAT WAS THE POINT OF THE WHOLE THING - IT'S FREE ENERGY. Stop whining and move on. If you can't accept it, so be it. I'm done trying to explain things to you. Silly human.
that's four times you have avoided a simple question. furthermore, you haven't "explained" anything, all you have done is posted a fake picture and engaged in numerous logical fallicies all the while avoiding answering a simple question... and it's "you're" not "your". ::)

if that was the point of the whole thing then what was the point of this post?
Believe me, I am not an idiot. Take a look at the bulb. Have you ever seen one like this before? I have, but it was quite some time ago. It was in science class in high school. I don't have one myself or I could show you.
where you claim it is some 'magical' bulb... from radio shack you can get a #272-1139 incandescent bulb which only draws around fifteen milliamps (0.015 amps) at 0.7 volts when lit very dimly in a darkened room. to light this bulb you only need 0.0150A/0.0005A = 30 potatoes wired in parallel. THIRTY POTATOES. and the bulb is so dim that you can't see the glow unless the room is dark. that's the point, to refute your ludicrous argument that it is some 'magical' bulb. your picture is fake and the bulb is not some special 'magical' or 'mystical' component that allows it to light with 0.0005 amps input... and if you had ever actually done the experiment you would know that. this still translates into "your picture is fake." one single potato cannot light up any sort of incandescent bulb. at best you can use several potatoes to light an led.

edit: you can however, use an ultracap to get an incandescent to light from a potato... ;)
« Last Edit: December 16, 2009, 11:50:26 PM by WilbyInebriated »

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #473 on: December 16, 2009, 11:52:23 PM »
thanks bill.

that's four times you have avoided a simple question. furthermore, you haven't "explained" anything, all you have done is posted a fake picture and engaged in numerous logical fallicies all the while avoiding answering a simple question... and it's "you're" not "your". ::)

if that was the point of the whole thing then what was the point of this post?where you claim it is some 'magical' bulb... from radio shack you can get a #272-1139 incandescent bulb which only draws around fifteen milliamps (0.015 amps) at 0.7 volts when lit very dimly in a darkened room. to light this bulb you only need 0.0150A/0.0005A = 30 potatoes wired in parallel. THIRTY POTATOES. and the bulb is so dim that you can't see the glow unless the room is dark. that's the point, to refute your ludicrous argument that it is some 'magical' bulb. your picture is fake and the bulb is not some special 'magical' or 'mystical' component that allows it to light with 0.0005 amps input... and if you had ever actually done the experiment you would know that. this still translates into "your picture is fake." one single potato cannot light up any sort of incandescent bulb. at best you can use several potatoes to light an led.

edit: you can however, use an ultracap to get an incandescent to light from a potato... ;)
Or the other way around . The ultra cap can cook the potato then we can eat :)

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #474 on: December 16, 2009, 11:55:24 PM »
thanks bill.

that's four times you have avoided a simple question. furthermore, you haven't "explained" anything, all you have done is posted a fake picture and engaged in numerous logical fallicies all the while avoiding answering a simple question...

if that was the point of the whole thing then what was the point of this post?where you claim it is some 'magical' bulb... from radio shack you can get a #272-1139 incandescent bulb which only draws around fifteen milliamps (0.015 amps) at 0.7 volts when lit very dimly in a darkened room. to light this bulb you only need 0.0150A/0.0005A = 30 potatoes wired in parallel. THIRTY POTATOES. and the bulb is so dim that you can't see the glow unless the room is dark. that's the point, to refute your ludicrous argument that it is some 'magical' bulb. your picture is fake and the bulb is not some special 'magical' or 'mystical' component that allows it to light with 0.0005 amps input... and if you had ever actually done the experiment you would know that. this still translates into "your picture is fake." one single potato cannot light up any sort of incandescent bulb. at best you can use several potatoes to light an led.

edit: you can however, use an ultracap to get an incandescent to light from a potato... ;)

Jesus murphy, will you stop whining already. I told you I remember seeing it in high school. That was around 30 years ago. And to answer your question, I'm not sure how much voltage and current you get from a potato. As I mentioned, that it was a long time ago and I have been past that stage for a while now.
I hope your satisfied. Now go cry somewhere else.

WilbyInebriated

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #475 on: December 17, 2009, 12:05:02 AM »
Jesus murphy, will you stop whining already. I told you I remember seeing it in high school. That was around 30 years ago. And to answer your question, I'm not sure how much voltage and current you get from a potato. As I mentioned, that it was a long time ago and I have been past that stage for a while now.
I hope your satisfied. Now go cry somewhere else.
no one is whining other than you. i am merely pointing out your logical fallacies and outright false statements. you didn't see an incandescent bulb light from a potato at any time. stop posting falsehoods. we know you don't have a clue how much voltage or amperage you can get from a single potato or you would have posted a potato powered lcd clock or calculator instead of that faked picture.
yes, it is obvious that you are past the stage of not knowing what a simple potato battery is capable of... ::)

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #476 on: December 17, 2009, 12:35:51 AM »

Say, might this be the ideal 'off topic' time to interject my aunt Hazer story, perchance  ?


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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #477 on: December 17, 2009, 01:03:02 AM »
You even admit that you can get a voltage with amperage out of a potato. Hence, FREE ENERGY :)

I always notice that after christmas, when after two or three weeks of lighting up my outdoor christmas lights quite nicely, my potato batteries finally die and I cook them up for dinner, they do not quite taste as good as fresh potatoes that are still full of charged electrical goodness.

So the energy is not free!!  It comes at a steep price - tastiness!

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #478 on: December 17, 2009, 02:17:03 AM »
I always notice that after christmas, when after two or three weeks of lighting up my outdoor christmas lights quite nicely, my potato batteries finally die and I cook them up for dinner, they do not quite taste as good as fresh potatoes that are still full of charged electrical goodness.

So the energy is not free!!  It comes at a steep price - tastiness!

Yeah, I usually go through a bag of potatoes every christmas. What I do is replant them then I get a new crop for next year. This way I only pay for them the first time, after that they're free.

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #479 on: December 17, 2009, 03:41:10 AM »
He may not be running for it but I nominate Wilby as the chief lawyer for the free energy movement. He has all the lingo down pat, just loves to argue, hasn't demonstrated any expertise in the field of electronics and will bore our opposition into submission......Just about the perfect lawyer.

p.s. now what did the scientists and engineers do in "Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy"?