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  1. #21
    sf Guest

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    On Mon, 24 Sep 2012 17:51:16 -0800, Mark Thorson <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > merryb wrote:
    > >
    > > On Sep 24, 10:43 am, "Michael Kuettner" <Michael.Kuett...@gmx.at>
    > > wrote:
    > > > "sf" wrote :
    > > >
    > > > > Of course we need better sources of energy. I vote for "wind powered"
    > > > > vehicles. They would need to have a small battery that would serve as
    > > > > start up power. Then they produce their own wind after they are in
    > > > > motion. Simple and efficient. Unfortunately, there would be
    > > > > absolutely NO R&D money other than auto manufacturers (who are deep in
    > > > > the pocket of fossil fuel companies) because no energy producers will
    > > > > ever be able to make a profit off it.
    > > >
    > > > I sincerely hope that the above is satire, but I'm afraid that she's
    > > > serious...

    > >
    > > Maybe she is thinking of windmill powered battery chargers?

    >
    > Yes, and with a fan to blow on the windmill and
    > keep it running when there's not enough wind.


    Absolutely not! It seems like our resident know-it-alls have never
    played with a pinwheel. Haven't you guys ever ridden in a convertible
    or put a body part out the window of a moving car? I said initially
    that the car would need a small battery to get it in motion - but it
    won't need any reserve energy after because it will produce energy as
    soon as it starts moving. The beauty of my brain child is that it
    won't be dependent on sunlight, so it will work as well at night as it
    works in the daytime.



    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

  2. #22
    sf Guest

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    On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 09:07:45 -0400, "Somebody" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > Politicians seem able to violate most of the laws of thermodynamics.
    >

    They're also a cheap source of hot air.

    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

  3. #23
    Somebody Guest

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    "sf" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 09:07:45 -0400, "Somebody" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> Politicians seem able to violate most of the laws of thermodynamics.
    >>

    > They're also a cheap source of hot air.



    yet, another untapped energy source that is plentiful.



  4. #24
    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 06:45:36 -0700, sf wrote:

    > Absolutely not! It seems like our resident know-it-alls have never
    > played with a pinwheel. Haven't you guys ever ridden in a convertible
    > or put a body part out the window of a moving car? I said initially
    > that the car would need a small battery to get it in motion - but it
    > won't need any reserve energy after because it will produce energy as
    > soon as it starts moving. The beauty of my brain child is that it
    > won't be dependent on sunlight, so it will work as well at night as it
    > works in the daytime.


    Was your brain child adopted, by chance? It's a step up, fer sure.

    -sw

  5. #25
    Michael Kuettner Guest

    Default Re: what cattle are eating these days

    "sf" wrote :

    > merryb wrote:


    >> Maybe she is thinking of windmill powered battery chargers?


    > No, I'm saying that once the car is in motion the air is in motion at
    > the front of the car and it = wind. It's a new idea that he's too
    > stupid to understand.


    She really is serious and too dumb to find her ass with a map.
    However, if teachers in the USA are that brain-dead, it certainly
    explains creationism.
    I still hope she's the exception, not the rule.

    Cheers,

    Michael Kuettner

    PS : Look up TANSTAAFL, you "education consultant"


  6. #26
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

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    sf <[email protected]> wrote:
    > On Mon, 24 Sep 2012 17:51:16 -0800, Mark Thorson <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> merryb wrote:
    >>>
    >>> On Sep 24, 10:43 am, "Michael Kuettner" <Michael.Kuett...@gmx.at>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>> "sf" wrote :
    >>>>
    >>>>> Of course we need better sources of energy. I vote for "wind
    >>>>> powered" vehicles. They would need to have a small battery that
    >>>>> would serve as start up power. Then they produce their own wind
    >>>>> after they are in motion. Simple and efficient. Unfortunately,
    >>>>> there would be absolutely NO R&D money other than auto
    >>>>> manufacturers (who are deep in the pocket of fossil fuel
    >>>>> companies) because no energy producers will ever be able to make
    >>>>> a profit off it.
    >>>>
    >>>> I sincerely hope that the above is satire, but I'm afraid that
    >>>> she's serious...
    >>>
    >>> Maybe she is thinking of windmill powered battery chargers?

    >>
    >> Yes, and with a fan to blow on the windmill and
    >> keep it running when there's not enough wind.

    >
    > Absolutely not! It seems like our resident know-it-alls have never
    > played with a pinwheel. Haven't you guys ever ridden in a convertible
    > or put a body part out the window of a moving car? I said initially
    > that the car would need a small battery to get it in motion - but it
    > won't need any reserve energy after because it will produce energy as
    > soon as it starts moving. The beauty of my brain child is that it
    > won't be dependent on sunlight, so it will work as well at night as it
    > works in the daytime.


    Have you contacted General Motors about selling them your idea of cars
    covered with pinwheels that run on nothing?



  7. #27
    Somebody Guest

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    The Somebother troll <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    > Politicians seem able to violate most of the laws of thermodynamics.


    You violate the laws of genetic crossbreeding. Nobody thought the tryst
    between a senile **** slinging baboon and a meth addled bestiality freak
    would result in offspring, but here you are. Your unfortunate escape into
    the population puts the entire human gene pool at risk. Long live genetic
    cleansing.



  8. #28
    Janet Bostwick Guest

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    On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 19:38:52 +0200, "Michael Kuettner"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >"sf" wrote :
    >
    >> merryb wrote:

    >
    >>> Maybe she is thinking of windmill powered battery chargers?

    >
    >> No, I'm saying that once the car is in motion the air is in motion at
    >> the front of the car and it = wind. It's a new idea that he's too
    >> stupid to understand.

    >
    >She really is serious and too dumb to find her ass with a map.
    >However, if teachers in the USA are that brain-dead, it certainly
    >explains creationism.
    >I still hope she's the exception, not the rule.
    >
    >Cheers,
    >
    >Michael Kuettner
    >
    >PS : Look up TANSTAAFL, you "education consultant"


    O.k., we (at least, I) get it. Sometime within the last 10 days you
    have convinced me that you despise the USA, everything about it, and
    everyone in it. You should stop communicating and torturing yourself
    with us.
    Janet US

  9. #29
    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 13:24:48 -0500, Nunya Bidnits wrote:

    > sf <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Absolutely not! It seems like our resident know-it-alls have never
    >> played with a pinwheel. Haven't you guys ever ridden in a convertible
    >> or put a body part out the window of a moving car? I said initially
    >> that the car would need a small battery to get it in motion - but it
    >> won't need any reserve energy after because it will produce energy as
    >> soon as it starts moving. The beauty of my brain child is that it
    >> won't be dependent on sunlight, so it will work as well at night as it
    >> works in the daytime.

    >
    > Have you contacted General Motors about selling them your idea of cars
    > covered with pinwheels that run on nothing?


    I'm sure I'm not the only one picturing Barbara doing a Maxwell the
    Pig impersonation.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxRoXuPjAKc

    -sw

  10. #30
    Gary Guest

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    sf wrote:
    >
    > On Mon, 24 Sep 2012 17:51:16 -0800, Mark Thorson <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    > > merryb wrote:
    > > >
    > > > On Sep 24, 10:43 am, "Michael Kuettner" <Michael.Kuett...@gmx.at>
    > > > wrote:
    > > > > "sf" wrote :
    > > > >
    > > > > > Of course we need better sources of energy. I vote for "wind powered"
    > > > > > vehicles. They would need to have a small battery that would serve as
    > > > > > start up power. Then they produce their own wind after they are in
    > > > > > motion. Simple and efficient. Unfortunately, there would be
    > > > > > absolutely NO R&D money other than auto manufacturers (who are deep in
    > > > > > the pocket of fossil fuel companies) because no energy producers will
    > > > > > ever be able to make a profit off it.
    > > > >
    > > > > I sincerely hope that the above is satire, but I'm afraid that she's
    > > > > serious...
    > > >
    > > > Maybe she is thinking of windmill powered battery chargers?

    > >
    > > Yes, and with a fan to blow on the windmill and
    > > keep it running when there's not enough wind.

    >
    > Absolutely not! It seems like our resident know-it-alls have never
    > played with a pinwheel. Haven't you guys ever ridden in a convertible
    > or put a body part out the window of a moving car? I said initially
    > that the car would need a small battery to get it in motion - but it
    > won't need any reserve energy after because it will produce energy as
    > soon as it starts moving. The beauty of my brain child is that it
    > won't be dependent on sunlight, so it will work as well at night as it
    > works in the daytime.


    I heard once that you were a teacher. Hopefully not a science teacher.

    G.

  11. #31
    S Viemeister Guest

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    On 9/25/2012 2:24 PM, Nunya Bidnits wrote:
    > sf <[email protected]> wrote:


    >> Absolutely not! It seems like our resident know-it-alls have never
    >> played with a pinwheel. Haven't you guys ever ridden in a convertible
    >> or put a body part out the window of a moving car? I said initially
    >> that the car would need a small battery to get it in motion - but it
    >> won't need any reserve energy after because it will produce energy as
    >> soon as it starts moving. The beauty of my brain child is that it
    >> won't be dependent on sunlight, so it will work as well at night as it
    >> works in the daytime.

    >
    > Have you contacted General Motors about selling them your idea of cars
    > covered with pinwheels that run on nothing?
    >
    >

    C'mon - you don't really believe she's serious about this, do you? I'm
    assuming it's meant to be tongue-in-cheek.

  12. #32
    tert in seattle Guest

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    S Viemeister wrote:
    > On 9/25/2012 2:24 PM, Nunya Bidnits wrote:
    >> sf <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >>> Absolutely not! It seems like our resident know-it-alls have never
    >>> played with a pinwheel. Haven't you guys ever ridden in a convertible
    >>> or put a body part out the window of a moving car? I said initially
    >>> that the car would need a small battery to get it in motion - but it
    >>> won't need any reserve energy after because it will produce energy as
    >>> soon as it starts moving. The beauty of my brain child is that it
    >>> won't be dependent on sunlight, so it will work as well at night as it
    >>> works in the daytime.

    >>
    >> Have you contacted General Motors about selling them your idea of cars
    >> covered with pinwheels that run on nothing?
    >>
    >>

    > C'mon - you don't really believe she's serious about this, do you? I'm
    > assuming it's meant to be tongue-in-cheek.


    Obviously it doesn't need a battery to set it in motion -- just a push,
    like Fred Flinstone's car.


  13. #33
    Michael Kuettner Guest

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    "Janet Bostwick" wrote :

    > O.k., we (at least, I) get it. Sometime within the last 10 days you
    > have convinced me that you despise the USA, everything about it, and
    > everyone in it. You should stop communicating and torturing yourself
    > with us.
    > Janet US


    This is rec.food.cooking, not rec.food.USA.
    So **** off, Janet.

    Things I despise ?
    Legalizing fraud by creating sub-prime loans and wrecking the world
    economy by selling those papers is one thing.
    Starting wars of aggression and lying to Allies is another thing.
    Killing foreigners for geopolitical reasons is another thing I despise.
    That none of the above had any consequences had any consequences
    for any of those responsible for it, is a thing I despise even more.
    The thing I despise at most, however, is the endless jabbering about 9/11
    without an apology for anything you did.
    And the endless ignorance of the USAn people.
    You still don't get that you're subject to the same rules as the rest of
    the world.

    God's own country, my ass...

    Now go to an USAn group for some comfort. But THIS HERE is
    an INTERNATIONAL group, you dumb Yankee.








  14. #34
    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 15:49:56 -0400, S Viemeister wrote:

    > C'mon - you don't really believe she's serious about this, do you? I'm
    > assuming it's meant to be tongue-in-cheek.


    Judging by her other posts and the way she presented this - Yes.
    She's serious. Or at least she was at first and is now trying to
    cover it up.

    -sw

  15. #35
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: what cattle are eating these days

    On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 15:49:56 -0400, S Viemeister wrote:

    > C'mon - you don't really believe she's serious about this, do you? I'm
    > assuming it's meant to be tongue-in-cheek.


    And more importantly, such a series of suggestions would be very out
    of character for her. Whereas a preposterous idea like this WOULD be
    in character for her.

    She will no doubt try and play it off now that the overwhelming
    majority has laughed at her.

    -sw

  16. #36
    sf Guest

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    On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 15:49:56 -0400, S Viemeister
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On 9/25/2012 2:24 PM, Nunya Bidnits wrote:
    > > sf <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    > >> Absolutely not! It seems like our resident know-it-alls have never
    > >> played with a pinwheel. Haven't you guys ever ridden in a convertible
    > >> or put a body part out the window of a moving car? I said initially
    > >> that the car would need a small battery to get it in motion - but it
    > >> won't need any reserve energy after because it will produce energy as
    > >> soon as it starts moving. The beauty of my brain child is that it
    > >> won't be dependent on sunlight, so it will work as well at night as it
    > >> works in the daytime.

    > >
    > > Have you contacted General Motors about selling them your idea of cars
    > > covered with pinwheels that run on nothing?
    > >
    > >

    > C'mon - you don't really believe she's serious about this, do you? I'm
    > assuming it's meant to be tongue-in-cheek.


    Hey, I'm the idea person. It's up to somebody else to make it work.

    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

  17. #37
    sf Guest

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    On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 19:38:52 +0200, "Michael Kuettner"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > "sf" wrote :
    >
    > > merryb wrote:

    >
    > >> Maybe she is thinking of windmill powered battery chargers?

    >
    > > No, I'm saying that once the car is in motion the air is in motion at
    > > the front of the car and it = wind. It's a new idea that he's too
    > > stupid to understand.

    >
    > She really is serious and too dumb to find her ass with a map.
    > However, if teachers in the USA are that brain-dead, it certainly
    > explains creationism.
    > I still hope she's the exception, not the rule.
    >
    > Cheers,
    >
    > Michael Kuettner
    >
    > PS : Look up TANSTAAFL, you "education consultant"



    Oh, my feeling are sooooo hurt. <snicker>

    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

  18. #38
    sf Guest

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    On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 22:23:21 +0200, "Michael Kuettner"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Now go to an USAn group for some comfort. But THIS HERE is
    > an INTERNATIONAL group, you dumb Yankee.
    >

    Pretty soon you'll be talking to yourself because you'll be in
    everybody's kill files.

    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

  19. #39
    Somebody Guest

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    "sf" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 15:49:56 -0400, S Viemeister
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> On 9/25/2012 2:24 PM, Nunya Bidnits wrote:
    >> > sf <[email protected]> wrote:

    >>
    >> >> Absolutely not! It seems like our resident know-it-alls have never
    >> >> played with a pinwheel. Haven't you guys ever ridden in a convertible
    >> >> or put a body part out the window of a moving car? I said initially
    >> >> that the car would need a small battery to get it in motion - but it
    >> >> won't need any reserve energy after because it will produce energy as
    >> >> soon as it starts moving. The beauty of my brain child is that it
    >> >> won't be dependent on sunlight, so it will work as well at night as it
    >> >> works in the daytime.
    >> >
    >> > Have you contacted General Motors about selling them your idea of cars
    >> > covered with pinwheels that run on nothing?
    >> >
    >> >

    >> C'mon - you don't really believe she's serious about this, do you? I'm
    >> assuming it's meant to be tongue-in-cheek.

    >
    > Hey, I'm the idea person. It's up to somebody else to make it work.


    The GM Sisyphus. You park it at the top of a hill across from another, put
    a round rock in front (the energy storage device) and then let it roll back
    and forth until fully charged.



  20. #40
    dsi1 Guest

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    On 9/25/2012 7:38 AM, Michael Kuettner wrote:
    > "sf" wrote :
    >
    >> merryb wrote:

    >
    >>> Maybe she is thinking of windmill powered battery chargers?

    >
    >> No, I'm saying that once the car is in motion the air is in motion at
    >> the front of the car and it = wind. It's a new idea that he's too
    >> stupid to understand.

    >
    > She really is serious and too dumb to find her ass with a map.
    > However, if teachers in the USA are that brain-dead, it certainly
    > explains creationism.
    > I still hope she's the exception, not the rule.
    >
    > Cheers,
    >
    > Michael Kuettner
    >
    > PS : Look up TANSTAAFL, you "education consultant"
    >


    If you're saying that wind-powered vehicles can't can go faster that the
    wind you'd probably be wrong.

    http://www.bbc.com/future/story/2012...eath-my-wheels

    If you're talking about the mid-day meal, you'd be wrong too. Somebody
    walked into my office and handed me lunch today. It's embarrassing but
    that's what they like to do. I always act surprised and say "what it
    this???" :-)




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