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    This was posted on another site, thought that it would generate some response here.
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/thepress/4379593a6530.html
    Glen
    Been there, probably broke it, doing that!
    I am not a lawyer, and never played one on TV!
    All the usual and standard disclaimers apply. Do not try this at home, use only as directed, No warranties express or implied, for the intended use or the suggested uses, Wear safety glasses, closed course, professionals only

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    There isn't enough information to draw any conclusions.
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    • #3
      glad to see somebody else noticed that besides the Uni Proff on the scene and me
      Glen
      Been there, probably broke it, doing that!
      I am not a lawyer, and never played one on TV!
      All the usual and standard disclaimers apply. Do not try this at home, use only as directed, No warranties express or implied, for the intended use or the suggested uses, Wear safety glasses, closed course, professionals only

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      • #4
        Something about the website shuts down my browser.

        So it must be a scam.

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        • #5
          Turn your monitor over. The electrons are upside down.
          Free software for calculating bolt circles and similar: Click Here

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          • #6
            must be your setting or as it is a local New Zealand newspaper
            Glen
            Been there, probably broke it, doing that!
            I am not a lawyer, and never played one on TV!
            All the usual and standard disclaimers apply. Do not try this at home, use only as directed, No warranties express or implied, for the intended use or the suggested uses, Wear safety glasses, closed course, professionals only

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            • #7
              This is quite amazing, if professor Williamson was actually a witness (he taught chemical and process engineering when I lived in New Zealand).

              I'm impressed that the inventor is 92.
              Allan Ostling

              Phoenix, Arizona

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              • #8
                It caused my browser (Netscape) to shut down too.
                ...lew...

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                • #9
                  Not enough information there to draw any sort of conclusion, but I have read sonochemistry papers involving the treatment of epoxy with ultrasonic energy at 20khz. The sound driven cavitation is so powerful that it breaks chemical bonds in the epoxy and generates free radicals which improve the crosslinking and thus strength and temperature resistance of the cured resin.

                  --Cameron

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                  • #10
                    There is also a related effect called sonoluminescence wherein the cavitation (in water) is so rapid and powerful it is thought by some that a tiny burst of fusion takes place when the flash of light is emitted.
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                    • #11
                      It takes a certain amount of watt-hours to heat a given quantity of water by a certain amount, there is NO way around that. Submersable heaters for drinks have been around for years and are 100% efficient, you CAN'T improve on that. They will heat any quantity, as will a microwave oven. Can't say if his gizmo works as described or not, but it's not going to change the world. Just another answer to a question never asked.

                      Ed

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                      • #12
                        You can improve on it if he has accidentally invented a Mr. Fusion. And a flux capacitor.
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                        • #13
                          Don't under estimate the power of sound.

                          http://www.scs.uiuc.edu/suslick/pdf/...msn.030305.pdf
                          I just need one more tool,just one!

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                          • #14
                            hey Evan

                            download something called

                            Energy_From_The_Vacuum

                            and

                            Energy_From_The_Vacuum-Part2-Bedini

                            from mininova torrent site

                            look it over ...
                            and maybe put your genius to some proper use ...

                            all the best.markj

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