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Subject: Re: Solid State Tesla Coil Success!
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Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 18:56:40 GMT
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Organization: AT&T Worldnet
You guys seems to be filling up with jelly pretty fast.
All it takes is enough sheep to bleat in one direction and the rest join in.
As I have indicated several times before, I have more than my own senses to
corroborate the effects.
Please read about specific things that I noted in my posts.
Also, since I have notified the police about it, I expect the conscientious
part of the force to be on the lookout for instrumentation to catch the
Since I do not have the resources at the moment, either one of you guys
sends me email about details or posts it here to proceed further in that
direction. Otherwise, if all you have to contribute is 'bleating' like the
sheep, and attacking me for what I have written (ie. using my words to
ridicule/humiliate/etc.), you might as well wait for the police chief to
produce the instrumentation. He is British. No results so far, more than a
year after my first complaint/notification to the police. But, who knows.
Meanwhile, fear builds among the experimenters themselves.
Who knows whether these guys might use it against you next ?
You would become the greatest threat to exposing them once you are done with
building your gadget.
Then, you could be the next victim.
Same goes for all other readers of this newsgroup or any other person out
< Pl. see my latest posting on what I saw today >
< Also, about my address, etc. I would not mind divulging it, except I have
to consider all the good neighbors and their property values first. Also, I
have to keep in mind that the city has good people also. I should give them
sufficient time to resolve the vermin question. Also, it is a matter of
national concern if something like this radiation business is proven and
reported worldwide. It would be the biggest shame since the Nazi times. No
one would want to come to the US any more. The ones who are here would want
to run away to some corners or deserts. Think about it. >
"Winfield Hill" wrote in message
> Mark wrote...
> > Winfield Hill wrote:
> >> Michael wrote...
> >>> Gibbo wrote:
> >>>> Initially I thought News2020 was a lunatic of some sort.
> >>>> Then my opinion changed to him being a troll.
> >>>> Now I'm back to him being a looney. He has too much spare
> >>>> time to spend on this shite he keeps typing. If that is
> >>>> the case can I please urge 2020 to go and see a doctor.
> >>>> It's no longer even amusing.
> >>> Just kill file him for your own sanity.
> >> Sure, if he needs to. But I don't agree with his assessment,
> >> I find the News2020 postings very interesting, rather an art
> >> form, even poetic and filled with creativity. They contain
> >> a certain self consistency that enhances their reading.
> >> Does he have massive ROFLOLTIGTD laughter over our feeble
> >> responses, not at all in his league?
> >> Or does he strongly believe all these things he writes for
> >> us? How are we to tell?
> > He likely does. The only hint I have (another consistency
> > thing) is that he apparently cannot or will not muster the
> > technical expertise to take instrumented readings as asked.
> > In my (limited) experience, the likely reasons are: that he
> > does not trust the scientific method for some foggy reason,
> > that he thinks we are asking him to expend his time looking
> > for "bogus" data that will misdirect him from seeing the
> > "real" signals, or that doing the tests will pull the
> > support out from under his persecution complex (assuming he
> > has one).
> I see other reasons, if we take his posts literally. For one
> thing, all the observations seem based from within his room,
> for example evaluating noises in the gutter or whatever, but
> without going outside to inspect, get up on a ladder and find
> the stuck tree branch, etc. He see discs in the tree across
> the street but doesn't go over to investigate more closely.
> This all reminds me of the writings of an invalid (from a book
> I read as a boy), someone who is stuck in his room all day,
> everyday, and who tries to evaluate with limited information
> (noises, flashes of reflected light, etc.) and with a strong
> imagination, the unseen world out there beyond the wall.
> Also, it's not clear he has any instruments or the electronics
> skills to take any measurements. He doesn't have a friend or
> relative who has the instruments to do so (we do, but he's not
> willing to reveal himself - his name and address).
> > News2020, if you read this, please do take the trouble to
> > take some measurements as suggested if for no other reason
> > to eliminate the possibility that we're right.
> Or email one of us you trust, we can set something up.
> - Win