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AMDG Scientific
Posted on Thursday, June 26, 2003 @ 00:57:42 GMT by vlad

Devices From their site (www.amdgscientific.com):

After years of research and development, a sequence of ever improving lab set ups for these technologies has led to the recent start of activities to construct prototypes of various power generating systems. One very successful electrodynamics technology is expected to find commercialization in 2003. This particular process is self-sustaining and runs without ever needing fuel or electrical input, it has no moving parts, is noiseless, and leaves no waste.

The system based on fractional hydrogen combined with nuclear transmutational processes, has been certified to be far “over-unity” (better than 3/1) by Applied Technical Services (ATS) in Atlanta, GA. The electrodynamics process, which saw a rapid development as of late, shows ‘over-unity’ of better than 100/1.

All technologies mentioned are proprietary. Some of these have been assigned to the AMDG Scientific Corp. A number of patent applications is filed in the US and internationally under PCT. Meanwhile new patent applications are being made on a continuing basis.



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In the footsteps of GWE (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Thursday, June 26, 2003 @ 23:16:19 GMT
Don't be fooled by this one. It's made in the style of GWE, with a nice looking website, but this one is merely a hoax, a joke. The site is hosted by Georgia Tech! The text is full of mistakes, and, though it is supposedly concerned with a FE power generator, it makes references to anti-gravity and hydrogen, without caring to explain in depth how they all fit together. The two companies mentioned, one as the validator and the other as business partner, might as well have been picked up at random. And though the site looks cool at first, after a few minutes of exploring it, it starts to look cheap, like it was made in a slapdash manner by an experienced web page designer with an eye for slick detail.

But the masterstroke lies in the name of the company, which refers to the CEO's initials: A. M. DeGeus. According to a brazilian site on UFO's and the occult, those first two letters stand for Arie Melis. You won't find much on Arie Melis DeGeus on the Internet, but you can't miss Arie (P., according to some sites) De Geus: he's a noted managemente consultant and theorist, with a well known book ('The Living Company') published by the Harvard Business Review, and a 4-decade long past carreer as a Royal Dutch Shell executive! Thats one juicy bait for the big fish!

With so many FE hoaxes and frauds, it is hard not to wonder if there will be any grain among so much chaff. Maybe there is something out there, but I probably missed it. I bet you it was so unprepossessing and simple, that it was easily lost among all the noise and special effects. It would have been so shockingly obvious, the man or woman who built it could only be a Zen monk. How could such a person compete with the verbal fireworks and sci-fi props of the charlatans? Or the arrogance of the tenured scientists, with their antique laws and their loopholes?

Behold! See how, between burning belief and frigid reason, reality disappears!

Please excuse my purplish prose... I am also susceptible to ballooning ego syndrome.

Philo Nonsense


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