Tell me where you are in the Puget Sound area. I'll go there and we can
take a drive. Deal?
Well, failing that, there's a very big Toyota dealership in the Seattle
area. A friend of mine works there as an MDT. You can go there, ask for
him, and he'll go for a drive with you. Is that good?
Great, you claim to have a patent pending. Can you give us the
publication number? When did you file it? Did you file a PCT
And I really like the part about the vehicle having to be
friction-free before you install the magic device. Maybe that is why
it doesn't work. You just haven't found a friction-free vehicle
worthy of the installation.
Yeah, I am going with lunatic.
I'll go one better with him, if he's up for it. I have a 100% iron
clad NDA that I'll sign if he's willing to send me all of his
material. I will only publish my conclusions and none of his
information. This is the way I do a lot of my consulting. I will
frequently excerpt and redact findings to show what I'm talking aobut
without revealing confidential informaiton.
I would suggest he read one of Larry Nivens' three tretise on
inertialess drives. Since Larry makes his living selling SF, his
debunking of much of the "technology" behind it makes him very popular
with some of us (the ones who cheered on Shatner during his diatribe
on SNL) and unpopular with others.
Self deluded works, also.
- dillon I am not invalid
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