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Author Topic: Rosemary Ainslie COP>17 Circuit / A First Application on a Hot Water Cylinder  (Read 274289 times)

Offline WilbyInebriated

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He is known for his amusement books and not for his string theory papers. There are others with string theory papers who aren't nearly as popular as that unfortunate person. Speaking of string theory, all that can be ignored out of hand because it is an outgrowth of another misconception, based on obvious internal contradictions. This isn't the place to discuss it, though.
what this isn't the place for... this isn't the place for you to denigrate a far brighter mind and personality (kaku) than yours in a vain and flawed attempt to discredit...

maybe you know him for his "amusement books"... but that's just you isn't it? to suggest he is not a person of renown is asinine omnibus.

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hi rosemary. :D and who could forget he (kaku) is listed in who's who in science and engineering, AND american men and women of science... but they don't list people of renown now do they? ::)

No, they don't always. Many times you can find names of modest achievements listed there because those who's who's are mostly business and they'll gladly list you if you pay them, never mind you're in the City University of NY. Even more prestigious may sound to be the member of the NY Academy of Science but it actually isn't for the same reason.

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what this isn't the place for... this isn't the place for you to denigrate a far brighter mind and personality (kaku) than yours in a vain and flawed attempt to discredit...

This isn't the place to discuss string theories and where they arrive from. Michio Kaku denigrates himself, without external help, by writing complete nonsense.

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No, they don't always. Many times you can find names of modest achievements listed there because those who's who's are mostly business and they'll gladly list you if you pay them, never mind you're in the City University of NY. Even more prestigious may sound to be the member of the NY Academy of Science but it actually isn't for the same reason.
do those publications EVER list people of renown omni? a simple yes or no answer will suffice...
then,
do those publications NEVER list people of renown omni? a simple yes or no answer will suffice...

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Rosemary, again, this is not true:

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And, that they called it 'electricity' at all is based on their early understanding that it was due to electron flow.  That early concept is flawed.

because directed electron flow comprising electricity can be demonstrated at once. Now, because you want an example with a generator, take a Faraday generator. You can easily convince yourself that what flows in the wires are electrons in concert by feeding an electrolysis cell where Cu can be deposited. You can measure the weight of the cathode prior to the experiment and after you have fed the cell with the generator. The net increase of Cu weight can only be due to directed flow of electrons which is what electrical current is.

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do those publications EVER list people of renown omni? a simple yes or no answer will suffice...
then,
do those publications NEVER list people of renown omni? a simple yes or no answer will suffice...

Anything connected with string theories is to be ignored. It is non-scientific no matter who's listed in the reference section.

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Anything connected with string theories is to be ignored. It is non-scientific no matter who's listed in the reference section.
nice sidestep by refusing to answer with a yes or no. i will take that as a tacit admission that they do list people of renown...

i don't know what your fetish is with string theory that you keep trying to use it as a strawman...

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The likes of Michio Kaku are more dangerous as nonsense-writers than many others that also do that because Kaku's of the world have gained popularity among people who don't quite know what science really is and some, as we see, are falling for the attractive fantasies passed as science.

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nice sidestep by refusing to answer with a yes or no. i will take that as a tacit admission that they do list people of renown...

Take it for what I said and not for what I didn't say.

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Take it for what I said and not for what I didn't say.
i asked you two simple yes or no questions and you DID NOT address either, you went off on some strawman fallacy about string theory...

i will repeat them since you seem confused.

do those publications  EVER list people of renown omni? a simple yes or no answer will suffice...
then,
do those publications NEVER list people of renown omni? a simple yes or no answer will suffice...

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Michio Kaku's activity is as untenable as to claim electric current is not a flow of electrons. He is an opportunist, however, and is cashing in on it big tome while our friend here is only suffering from her honest belief, being even banned from forums for it.

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Michio Kaku's activity is as untenable as to claim electric current is not a flow of electrons. He is an opportunist, however, and is cashing in on it big tome while our friend here is only suffering from her honest belief, being even banned from forums for it.
that wasn't the claim. if i recall his name was brought up in reference to 'dark matter'...

suffers from honest belief... like you and the proof of ou inherent/steorn discussion? but let us get back to the two simple questions you refused to answer.

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As a matter of fact, admission in the mainstream of nonsense such as the string theories and what CERN is trying to "prove" with its Hadron collider as opposed to complete rejection of overunity is a tragegy in the current state of affairs. One however, shouldn't entertain even the slightest hope that this situation can change by using the current governing nonsense to justify somehow the viability of OU. OU is justifiable by other, truly scientific methods, and not by trying to please the present crooks who have occupied the mainstream.

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As a matter of fact, admission in the mainstream of nonsense such as the string theories and what CERN is trying to "prove" with its Hadron collider as opposed to complete rejection of overunity is a tragegy in the current state of affairs. One however, shouldn't entertain even the slightest hope that this situation can change by using the current governing nonsense to justify somehow the viability of OU. OU is justifiable by other, truly scientific methods, and not by trying to please the present crooks who have occupied the mainstream.
so was that a yes or a no on the first question?
and was that a yes or a no on the second question?

aren't you getting tired of using strawman and red herrings as your arguments?

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This is unjustified:

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suffers from honest belief... like you and the proof of ou inherent/steorn discussion?

I have shown firm evidence for the inherent OU in electrical phenomena.