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SeC 08-23-2006 12:23 AM

Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
 
Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology

http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20060818/bs_afp/irelandscienceenergy

http://www.steorn.net

Shadow 08-23-2006 03:25 AM

Re: Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
 
Thanks for the links.

I clicked on the first one as it was yahoo and it was very interesting.

But is it safe to click on the second one? Especialy since its a net site.

Would you mind pasting the iformation for those of us concerned with data vipers.

Thanks

08-23-2006 08:04 AM

Re: Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
 
Quote:

Shadow wrote:

Would you mind pasting the iformation for those of us concerned with data vipers.

Thanks
I've heard a bit about data vipers. What exactly is it?

Shadow 08-23-2006 10:11 AM

Re: Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
 
They are little programs, kind of like trojans, that get uploaded by clicking onto web pages that have them embedded.

Im not sure about this part, but I think that they embbed themselves into the virus scanning program and start using that to scan all the data on the computer. They then send out the information they are told to collect.

BvL 09-05-2006 08:41 PM

Re: Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
 
Look, there are no viruses on the website, I have been using their forum for the last week and it is a legit company. Indeed this is very serious stuff and a revolution is hanging in the balance. Think what the Illuminati would be without their oil cartel and various other energy businesses. Also think how their global warming scam to hike energy prices and cut supply to de-industrialise the world is going to backfire when people discover ZPE is the best 'alternative energy'. They are in trouble!

truebeliever 09-06-2006 12:47 AM

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Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
Is it a pint of Guiness with a Duracell in it?

They 09-06-2006 08:18 AM

Re: Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
 
This 'free' energy technology has been around for over a hundred years, since Tesla theorized and even demonstrated a motor that ran on it.

Tesla died under mysterious circumstances and his lab was destroyed in a fire and explosion and nothing much has been heard since, other than a long campaign to discredit him and steal his patents.

Don't hold your breath. This one is locked up deep in the bowels of Exxon.

09-06-2006 12:01 PM

Re: Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
 
the irish are too far enslaved to that whore of rome the pope to think of anything besides their next drink of alcohol and potatoes and this is why they are so easily controlled by the jews who have been the real masters of the evil catholic chrch since at least the 11th century

just follow the money

truebeliever 09-07-2006 01:26 AM

Re: Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
 
Quote:

This 'free' energy technology has been around for over a hundred years, since Tesla theorized and even demonstrated a motor that ran on it.

Tesla died under mysterious circumstances and his lab was destroyed in a fire and explosion and nothing much has been heard since, other than a long campaign to discredit him and steal his patents.

Don't hold your breath. This one is locked up deep in the bowels of Exxon.
Read Nick Cooks "The Hunt For Zero Point". A great read.

Tesla is gone but not forgotton.

"They" can steal a patent right from under your nose and the dumb sheep dont even blink :-)

09-07-2006 01:43 AM

Re: Irish company challenges scientists to test 'free energy' technology
 
You guys need to get over this "data viper" thing that is going around on here. Is it safe to log onto a ".net" website? Do you think organizations are the only ones able to purchase ".org" domains? No. There is NEVER a guarantee of security especially on the internet. Inform yourself. God forbid I mention what "cookies" are and what it is they do... or can do...

Here's some advice. Go with Firefox as your main browser. It can reduce potential intruders (data miners, malicious code) by about 90% as compared to IE.

Available at: http://www.mozilla.com/firefox

There is a also a free program called "Ad-aware" that I also recommend.

Available at: http://www.download.com/3000-2144-10045910.html

Who better to create virii than the anti-virus companies themselves? You know why they call it "Windows" really? Isn't it truly a window into your life? =P

Relax people. MOST sites are safe! Use common sense and when possible quote relevant portions from the article you point people to so that other members can yell at you and rant for copying and pasting.

No way to win.


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