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Strange things that may almost sound plausible when read (or skimmed) fast enough — if it's listed on this page I probably haven't read it slowly and carefully. Maybe someday (I guess that's why they're on this page).

And, I should probably rename this page to Wierd Stuff instead of Wierd Science.




not sure I want to call any of these "resources" and then consider marking any of them "recommended" wink

  • (rhk) The Motionless Electromagnetic Generator (MEG); ; — "Has produced up to 100 times more power than was input, by extracting free energy from the vacuum. Overunity performance has been independently replicated by other researchers. US Patent awarded March 26, 2002."

* (rhk) Energy Density of the Vacuum; ; — Related to above, might this be "science"?? Re: the energy density of the vacuum: "If we also allow for the time-energy (the "compressed" energy), we restore that c-squared division factor, producing on the order of 10 (to the) 110 grams per cubic centimeter, or-in energy terms-on the order of 10 (to the) 127 joules per cubic centimeter." — attributed to J. A. Wheeler and C. Misner, Geometrodynamics, Academic Press, New York, 1962.

  • (rhk) [[][]]; ; —


  • () RandyKramer - 20 May 2003
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