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by rmccool
figure him out..
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puck has been putting the puzzle together ...

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human 44,075, pooka 346
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Type: Comic
Published: 1 year, 1 month ago
Rating: General

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Wolfian18
1 year, 1 month ago
Puck is a smart cookie, and ooh! HG Backstory, nice!
Doggard
1 year, 1 month ago
Funny this is what Nikola Tesla did. He Invented a Starship and all the parts for the ship and then gave components of the individual systems to various governments around the world. I think Russa got the Engines England got the shields, Canada got the censors and optics and Hull Specs (Best Pressure Vessels and tanks are made here), the US got the Weapons and Star-drive.
TenchiArizonia
1 year, 1 month ago
The only problem being is humans rarely work together for the greater good.
Doggard
1 year, 1 month ago
Yes He knew they would have to to make the ship but now the US has 6 working prototypes made by the Skunk-works almost 80 Years ago. they are only small craft and because of engine power output are limited in flight time. but they do work. here is a UK experimental AG Device https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkNrNFAU4So&index=7... it creates an opposing charged field and it floats as a result I have yet to try this experiment.... I am told it took several tries before it took off.
TenchiArizonia
1 year, 1 month ago
A clearly fraudulent experimental device, but nice try Doggard.

The first problem with that ''experiment'' is that even though cellular devices such as mobile phones use microwave radiation to transmit signals, they do not output enough microwave energy to power anything. This combined with the fact the batteries the guy was using were AAA batteries with an output of just 1.5 volts each, or 9 volts total for the 6 he used would do nothing because nothing was connecting the terminals to complete a circuit. In fact even a household microwaves magnetron (microwave emitter) would destroy the batteries, regardless of whether they were nickel-metal hydride (NimH), nickel cadnium (NiCd), alkaline, or even lithium batteries such as lithium polymer or lithium ion. So even if the batteries were connected nothing would happen if you were using a cellular device such as the mobile phone in the ''experiment.'' Even if you used a magnetron from a microwave to supply the microwave radiation you would just fry the batteries. As for the coins and kitchen foil, they served no purpose whatsoever. As if this ''experiment'' was legitimate and enough microwave radiation was emitted by the mobile phone (which by the way would be dangerous to the user) the foil would ark with blue sparks, similar to the way a CD or kitchen foil behaves if you put it in a microwave and turn it on.
Doggard
1 year, 1 month ago
Yes that no connection stumped me too... but it seems to run on only 1.5 VDC because the AA calls are all in parallel. but some of Tesla's inventions had this type of open circuit. but they have a thrust Generator that works on Microwave Generators. and that is not junk science.
 
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