ordinary coil teleports small objects from miles away. How to build a TELEPORTATION COIL

Pahana (in the East) would touch his head to the ground and he would
instantly appear (in Arizona, Hopiland), the Hopi elders said.
Best to use solid wire for reasons that some turns may want to unwind
because they are in the opposite direction. Stranded wire is ok,
however, securing the ends of the turns may need superglue, not just
mere electrical tape.
Ordinary turns of wire
25 8 19 4 35 2 1 5 6 7 8 25 11 2 9
L R L R L R L R L R L R L R L
L = Left or Counterclockwise
R= Right or Clockwise
To teleport larger object attack a piece of gold glass to the Left End
side of the coil (beginning).
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When placing tinfoil hat on head, make sure to fold the foil in such a way that the shiny side faces OUT.
*PLONK!*
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Dr. Anton T. Squeegee
didn't even read this petty crap.
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MassiveProng
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I see it was worth a reply though. And by the way, how do you judge something as "petty" that you haven't read?
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Long Ranger
wow, did the hopi elders have plasma TV's or old CRT's?
the bi-diractional coil trick eh?
Stranded wire is ok,
pretty loose winding?
why not cw and ccw?
i never attack gold glass, it just isnt cricket.
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TimPerry
On Fri, 02 Mar 2007 14:17:00 GMT, "Long Ranger" Gave us:
The title of the post was enough, dumbfuck. Your IQ just dropped 40 points.
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MassiveProng

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