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JChan
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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2006 1:56 am    Post subject: Atomic Comics - Taming Energy for the Masses Reply with quote

By Johnathan Chan

It's funny and somewhat scary to finally see in the news everywhere I
look issues over energy and power (no punn intended). For years now the
cold fusion energy field (aka 'solid state' fusion) has struggled to
become accepted by mainstream science, however as a keen observer of
Thomas Kunn and as another blog author puts it, anything that
destabilizes the status quo...

see: http://www.atomicmotor.com

-JChan
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hhc314@yahoo.com
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Joined: 18 Sep 2005
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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2006 5:04 pm    Post subject: Re: Atomic Comics - Taming Energy for the Masses Reply with quote

Wow, Blogs, Cold Fusion, and Conspiracy Theory all rolled into one!
:-)

ROFL!

I believe that at the juncture it's safe to say that cold fusion falls
into the same category as UFOs and the occult. Sure, there are
believers -- lacking any knowledge of science and accepting these
subjects as religious beliefs. Heck, we already know that the sun
rotates around the earth, right?

I find the fact that some folks are sufficiently ignorant to believe
this nonsense to be absolutely hysterical, but at the same time pity
them for their pathetic ignorance.

Harry C.


JChan wrote:
Quote:
By Johnathan Chan

It's funny and somewhat scary to finally see in the news everywhere I
look issues over energy and power (no punn intended). For years now the
cold fusion energy field (aka 'solid state' fusion) has struggled to
become accepted by mainstream science, however as a keen observer of
Thomas Kunn and as another blog author puts it, anything that
destabilizes the status quo...

see: http://www.atomicmotor.com

-JChan
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The Real Chris
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Joined: 07 May 2006
Posts: 75

PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2006 7:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Atomic Comics - Taming Energy for the Masses Reply with quote

Hello,

If there is a British destroyer in port ask politely if you can be shown
round you may find some interesting anomalies.

Chris.

<hhc314@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1149095062.911641.131720@j55g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
Wow, Blogs, Cold Fusion, and Conspiracy Theory all rolled into one!
:-)

ROFL!

I believe that at the juncture it's safe to say that cold fusion falls
into the same category as UFOs and the occult. Sure, there are
believers -- lacking any knowledge of science and accepting these
subjects as religious beliefs. Heck, we already know that the sun
rotates around the earth, right?

I find the fact that some folks are sufficiently ignorant to believe
this nonsense to be absolutely hysterical, but at the same time pity
them for their pathetic ignorance.

Harry C.


JChan wrote:
By Johnathan Chan

It's funny and somewhat scary to finally see in the news everywhere I
look issues over energy and power (no punn intended). For years now the
cold fusion energy field (aka 'solid state' fusion) has struggled to
become accepted by mainstream science, however as a keen observer of
Thomas Kunn and as another blog author puts it, anything that
destabilizes the status quo...

see: http://www.atomicmotor.com

-JChan
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hhc314@yahoo.com
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Joined: 18 Sep 2005
Posts: 90

PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2006 1:28 am    Post subject: Re: Atomic Comics - Taming Energy for the Masses Reply with quote

Chris, it may amaze you to realize that during my 15 years with
Raytheon, I had occasion to tour warships from just about every
civilized nation on the earth, including British destoyers. Other than
some rather peculiar chain of command issues, I found no interesting
anomalies on any of them, since they all employ almost identical
technology.

It's no secret that most of these employ the identical countermeausres,
which of course include rapid bloom chaff dispensers and other
electronic countermeasures.

No surprises here.

Harry C.




The Real Chris wrote:
Quote:
Hello,

If there is a British destroyer in port ask politely if you can be shown
round you may find some interesting anomalies.

Chris.

hhc314@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1149095062.911641.131720@j55g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
Wow, Blogs, Cold Fusion, and Conspiracy Theory all rolled into one!
:-)

ROFL!

I believe that at the juncture it's safe to say that cold fusion falls
into the same category as UFOs and the occult. Sure, there are
believers -- lacking any knowledge of science and accepting these
subjects as religious beliefs. Heck, we already know that the sun
rotates around the earth, right?

I find the fact that some folks are sufficiently ignorant to believe
this nonsense to be absolutely hysterical, but at the same time pity
them for their pathetic ignorance.

Harry C.


JChan wrote:
By Johnathan Chan

It's funny and somewhat scary to finally see in the news everywhere I
look issues over energy and power (no punn intended). For years now the
cold fusion energy field (aka 'solid state' fusion) has struggled to
become accepted by mainstream science, however as a keen observer of
Thomas Kunn and as another blog author puts it, anything that
destabilizes the status quo...

see: http://www.atomicmotor.com

-JChan
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Tom1139
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Joined: 21 Nov 2005
Posts: 14

PostPosted: Mon Jun 05, 2006 10:23 pm    Post subject: Re: Atomic Comics - Taming Energy for the Masses Reply with quote

hhc314@yahoo.com wrote:
Quote:
Chris, it may amaze you to realize that during my 15 years with
Raytheon, I had occasion to tour warships from just about every
civilized nation on the earth, including British destoyers. Other than
some rather peculiar chain of command issues, I found no interesting
anomalies on any of them, since they all employ almost identical
technology.

It's no secret that most of these employ the identical countermeausres,
which of course include rapid bloom chaff dispensers and other
electronic countermeasures.

No surprises here.

Harry C.

Hey Harry - is it just me or are they getting whackier here every time
I look in?

I wonder how long this conspiracy theory generation is going to hang
onto the idea that the world around them is secret and they're being
left out?
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