Re: What is TIME exactly?
Thanks. I finally figured out why it was garbled but of course only after you had posted it. Life has a funny way of doing that I guess. Still reading as there is a lot there. I would not be overly impressed by the fact that he has a patent for this though. There are many perpetual motion machines logged in the patent archives. To get a patent you merely have to prove that your idea is original, not that it actually works or is useful. Hell, I have two patents for mathematical algorithms that I only thought might be useful. Thanks again.
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