Now everyone knows you never took a college level fields course.
You'ld be far better off trying to fake a medical or law degree than
EE or physics.
The more you post the more ridiculous you look trying to fake a tech
And like vapor ware, it has no address.
No paper trail.
Nothing in the public record.
In other words, it's a fantasy like his money making patent.
I'd be more than happy to call him a fraud but not only does he not
have any happy customers.
He has no customers whatsoever.
Being delusional ain't against the law.
One word you won't understand.
It's called COUPLING. More specifically, Magnetic or Inductive Coupling.
It's a non-starter. It'll NEVER happen from first principles. Ah... but
you don't understand the first principles of physics do you ?
Wireless electric energy transfer for experimentally powering electric
automobiles and buses is a higher power application (>10kW) of
resonant inductive energy transfer. High power levels are required for
rapid recharging and high energy transfer efficiency is required both
for operational economy and to avoid negative environmental impact of
the system. An experimental electrified roadway test track built circa
1990 achieved 80% energy efficiency while recharging the battery of a
prototype bus at a specially equipped bus stop <SUP class=reference
id=cite_ref-17> <SUP class=reference id=cite_ref-18>. The bus
could be outfitted with a retractable receiving coil for greater coil
clearance when moving. The gap between the transmit and receive coils
was designed to be less than 10 cm when powered. In addition to buses
the use of wireless transfer has been investigated for recharging
electric automobiles in parking spots and garages as well.
Some of these wireless resonant inductive devices operate at low
milliwatt power levels and are battery powered. Others operate at
higher kilowatt power levels. Current implantable medical and road
electrification device designs achieve more than 75% transfer
efficiency at an operating distance between the transmit and receive
coils of less than 10 cm.
Like I said, I put out the shoe and the dunces fall over themselves
trying to get their feet into it.
If you got swindled out of some money by someone teaching that
electronics consisted of typing "LOL" please post their name.
This will protect other idiots from getting ripped off.
You might even be able to sue to recover the money.
Do you have some chip on your shoulder?
From what I can gather, it seems you have a grudge here and it points
to some one taking your money and not returning the services you
Does that just about sum it up?
Maybe they were smarter than you ?
One of these days someone will tire of him, and turn their lawyers
loose. After that, he won't be a problem. If his ideas were any good,
he would be in a think tank for a government agency instead of stealing
grease out of tanks behind fast food places to pay for internet access.
aioe.org, Goggle Groups, and Web TV users must request to be white
Truth is always a defense which is precisely why only a delusional
would ever sue me for libel.
Now, if one of you is far enough out of touch with reality then you
actually might find some shyster to sue.
This actually happened once. I wasted an _entire_ morning working on
the case. I requested production of documents and that afternoon, on
a hunch, I drove buy the U. S. 301 - I-4 business park and they were
loading all their stuff in a van.
I'm a firm believer in being helpful to opposing counsel so I called
their shyster law firm, Robbins, Gaynor, Bronstein, et. al.:
"Look, I'm Bret Cahill, the defendant in the Universal case. I was
just down at bankruptcy court and I noticed you claimed you lost
$5,000 in your client's Chapt. 7 filing.
"First of all, I don't think you did $5K worth of work, maybe it was
more like $85.56.
"Also, if you had asked me, I would have told you Terry Ottinger was a
There's no problem now unless someone is charging money for a scam
"electronics training course."
Sham "training courses" flourish during recessions. Desperate people
out of work make easy prey for an organized fraud scheme.
It's either a first or second degree felony, I can't remember.
I will help the authorities prosecute to the full extent of the law if
I get wind of such a scam.
Anyone here know of anyone charging our sci.electronins.basics dunces
money for "electronics training?"
It's the duty of _every_ engineer to be a think tank for every
It's just appears that I have a lot of ideas to dunces who have no
ideas other than going around in fantasy land fooling themselves --
they aren't fooling anyone else -- that they have every done anything
Creativity ain't fantasy.
Hey, it sounds like you might think you have a libel case against
sweet ol' Bret.
I'll put some money in escrow and maybe you can find some shyster
lawyer to sue me and shut me up.
You might first want to ask the shyster law firm of Robbins, Gaynor,
Bronstein, et. al. of St. Petersburg, Florida what happened when they
handled a scam libel claim against the Bret.
If anyone here is serious I'll rummage around in the files for docket
numbers. The clerk of court will be able to verify everything with
copies of all court documents. Maybe I'll post a teaser on www.bretcahill.com.
The court recorder has the really good part. We're all in chambers
and I start wondering how the hedge would break my fall from the 2nd
floor window . . .
He doesn't have a problem. He is doing what he does. Much like Rod
Speed, he finds plenty of victims that will retort to his crap.
He is the perfect example of a successful troll.
He 'is' a problem for usenet and the 'problem' is easily cured by
ignoring his posts.
I haven't been here, (sci.energy), in a while. It is a shame that it has
become a wasteland of stupidity. Years ago, there was some serious
discovery going on by many participants. No more it seems...
The electronics would get messy if I kept my chip there.
Not at all. Most people call me sweet ol' Bret (SOB for short).
If you are interested in discussing electronics please feel free to
comment on the inductive electrification of road beds thread.
If you digress from electronics then I'm going to point that out.
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