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Subject: Re: Solid State Tesla Coil Success!
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Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 19:37:28 GMT
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Let me nuance my wording a little bit.
On initial glance I mis-read Win's posting to think that he is the one
talking about looney etc.
I take back some of the jelly stuff.
"News2020" wrote in message
> 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
> As I have indicated several times before, I have more than my own senses
> 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
> 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
> 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
> to consider all the good neighbors and their property values first. Also,
> have to keep in mind that the city has good people also. I should give
> 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
> 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.
> > Thanks,
> > - Win