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Old 10-13-2006, 06:33 AM   #11
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Old 10-13-2006, 06:45 AM   #12
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so you have so much to say about other people and your opinion of their life...
what is so factual in this life that you are so sure of...?
what is life onegammyleg...?
in your personal opinion...
or is it truely shared by the highest order of beings and cant be spoken of in public...???
everyone thought teslas idea of ac power was crazy...
but ****...he did it...and it was just ONE of his childhood visions...
you owe that mofo it all...

clearly his deathray was the cause of the great siberian explosion 1908 (or 1907)...
and CLEARLY the implementation of the StarWars program was based on this technology...

look at this pic on hastings website
you are gonna tell me that the power in fuel struck like lightning thru this piston...?
you are going to tell me that stress over time caused this...?
look at that metal...its friggin fused...FUSED...completely altered
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Old 10-13-2006, 06:49 AM   #13
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even pre-ignition couldn't create pressure high enough to do this damage on a d-series block...
oh nevermind...this is hydrolock...cool website none the less...

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Old 10-13-2006, 07:16 AM   #14
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tesla ran an electric car on pure energy from the ether...
it was a modified Pierce Arrow...
and was privately funded for development...
he immigrated his younger brother who recounts of driving around with tesla in and around buffalo where they were able to reach speeds of 90mph...
it was in his last years...had to be after 1930...

his earthquake machine didn't produce results in his room...
resonant waves increase in magnitude by distance
its a good thing the police knew where to go and that teslas was known to be the source...
he smashed it after he found out what it was doing...
much the same as his deathray...he tore it down after the report came back of the siberian explosion...
only later did he try and sell the technology...nobody bought it...
they killed him and stole his papers (thats my story and i'm sticking to it)

the siberian explosion is still the largest recorded catastrophic event...
many times bigger than any atom bomb explosion
i think it affected some 680,000 acres...unbelievably nobody was killed...
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Old 10-13-2006, 07:26 AM   #15
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My brother-in-law made a big Tesler coil in the garage at this house and when that thing was tuned right it sucked a lot of amps from the grid through the spark gap and the corona was intense - sparks all over the place then the insulation started breaking down between the coil windings. A great deal of Teslers work was about resonance of things and the earth.

Electricity is supposed to be the movement of electrons in a conductor and I think it pretty much holds up to exactly that from all the results that it causes by the (chemical) reactions with the materials involved in it use.

Oh yeah and the speed of combustion - in pre-ignition the entire air/fuel charge is ignited at the same instance vs the more controlled, timed, TRAVELING flame front of a spark igniton. This is why dual plugs are often used in a BMW boxer engine - getting you quicker ignition of a large displacement engine combustion chamber at a later timing point in engine rotation. If you have a flame front that travels as a certain fixed speed and you ignite the chamber at two different points then you have two flame fronts traveling at the same speed but they only have to travel half the distance so you get it all burnt "faster".
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honda also uses dual spark technology in the iDSI (dual spark ignition) honda fit...
the us government rejected the iDSI fit from import...
because it gets over 50mpg and everyone would have bought one...
the honda fit was the first car to outsell the toyota corrolla since its inception in japan 1967...
also note that the collision of the flame fronts in dual spark tech doesn't create adverse effects...like engines blowing up...

another fact most people run from...
prescott bush made his millions from hitlers holocaust war machine
look up United Bank Company, Harriman 15,Brown Brothers Harriman,Consolidated Solesian Steel ... etc
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Old 10-13-2006, 08:13 AM   #17
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Oh yeah and the speed of combustion - in pre-ignition the entire air/fuel charge is ignited at the same instance vs the more controlled, timed, TRAVELING flame front of a spark igniton.
Sort of like a sonic boom? All the sound waves hitting you at one instance instead of over time.

Haha, this thread is full of awesome conspiracy theory stuff.
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look at this pic on hastings website
you are gonna tell me that the power in fuel struck like lightning thru this piston...?
you are going to tell me that stress over time caused this...?
look at that metal...its friggin fused...FUSED...completely altered
Yeah, man. That metal got hot! What in an engine could possibly provide energy to make lots of heat?!? Oh, wait. That burny stuff...now I remember.

I'm sorry, molecule, but you have a fundamental misunderstanding of the entire concept. Detonation in an engine is explained quite handily by conventional science, as has been explained by several people.

I'm done here, and I'll let someone else explain the Tunguska event.

And for the kids in the audience, say no to drugs!
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well then how come the whole pistons didn't melt...
why do the rings (different metal different resonant frequency) appear to not be affected AT ALL...?
certainly a "HEAT" that could melt the piston would melt those darn rings too...NO...???
even the weave of the oil ring insert is completely unaffected...
hmm...must be that damn collision of the flame fronts...
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