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Mar 28th 2012 2:38PM Many also called perpetual motions machines a farce, which they are.
I have plenty of imagination and vision for good ideas, but that doesn't prevent me from recognizing a stinking pile of crap.
Mar 28th 2012 10:57AM The energy cost of establishing and maintaining a vacuum in such a large volume, with such an extremely large surface area (the vacuum boundary,) is so exhorbitant as to make this approach utterly foolish. (In Fantasy Land though, you could do it.) Similar engineering economics make magnetic levitation financially untenable as well. If you'd like though, go ahead and complain about reading honest feedback on it, or defend it, or advocate it if you like.
Fools like Daryl Oster are camouflage for the real innovators developing solutions that work.
Mar 28th 2012 10:00AM "Evacuted" describes the cranial cavity of anybody who takes this crap seriously!
Mar 28th 2012 9:59AM Hey Meg,
Why did you even write this article?
Did somebody ask you how stupid people could be?
Mar 28th 2012 9:46AM "Evacuated" describes the cranial cavity of anybody who takes this piece of crap seriously!
Mar 27th 2012 2:53PM This is just a stupid idea. It is completely untenable. It's proponents are fools.