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Old April 10th 04, 02:12 AM
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Default Ping MHVW: VVF nomiation. Was Water: Free Energy

On 9 Apr 2004 07:46:01 GMT, John Griffin wrote:

"Laura" wrote:


"*" wrote in message
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On Fri, 9 Apr 2004 05:14:01 +0200, "Laura"
wrote:


"Robert Buchanan" wrote in
message
.71.68...
Bookman wrote the following on 08 Apr 2004, which I
will now reply to:


Heh.

Just wait until she moves into grays and
CIA/Halliburton territory.
That's
when she's in her prime.

Yes, and everybody knows that Elerium 115 is the key to
free energy,

anyway!
;-)


Highly refined aluminum, 100% pure, which we're not
capable of

manufacturing
without nanotechnology.


How would that amount to *free* energy?


Your question might free her energy for other crazy ideas.
"Alexia" just makes weird claims. She doesn't attempt to back
them up.

Apparently she abandoned the crackpots who claim you can somehow
get more energy by burning hydrogen than it takes to break the
resulting water molecules.

If she doesn't drop the aluminum stories, I bet she can
eventually find a crackpot whose website says that he has
developed COLD ALUMINUM FUSION, and that it produces enough
energy to "manufacture" twice as much aluminum as it uses.

Just wait until she finds out that aluminum is an element.




You're off your meds again.

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Old April 10th 04, 03:42 AM
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Default Ping MHVW: VVF nomiation. Was Water: Free Energy

On 09 Apr 2004 22:17:11 GMT, Robert Buchanan
wrote:

* wrote the following on 08 Apr 2004, which I will now reply to:

On Fri, 9 Apr 2004 05:14:01 +0200, "Laura" wrote:


"Robert Buchanan" wrote in message
78.71.68...
Bookman wrote the following on 08 Apr 2004, which I will now reply
to:


Heh.

Just wait until she moves into grays and CIA/Halliburton territory.
That's
when she's in her prime.

Yes, and everybody knows that Elerium 115 is the key to free energy,
anyway! ;-)


Highly refined aluminum, 100% pure, which we're not capable of
manufacturing without nanotechnology.


Do you even know the difference between elements and compounds, Alexa?
Do you even know what aluminum is composed of, or how it's manufactured?
Silly bitch.


When will you grow up, get a clue and stop trolling?

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Old April 10th 04, 03:53 AM
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Default Ping MHVW: VVF nomiation. Was Water: Free Energy

In article ,
wrote:

On 09 Apr 2004 22:17:11 GMT, Robert Buchanan
wrote:

* wrote the following on 08 Apr 2004, which I will now reply to:

On Fri, 9 Apr 2004 05:14:01 +0200, "Laura" wrote:


"Robert Buchanan" wrote in message
78.71.68...
Bookman wrote the following on 08 Apr 2004, which I will now reply
to:


Heh.

Just wait until she moves into grays and CIA/Halliburton territory.
That's
when she's in her prime.

Yes, and everybody knows that Elerium 115 is the key to free energy,
anyway! ;-)


Highly refined aluminum, 100% pure, which we're not capable of
manufacturing without nanotechnology.


Do you even know the difference between elements and compounds, Alexa?
Do you even know what aluminum is composed of, or how it's manufactured?
Silly bitch.


When will you grow up, get a clue and stop trolling?


I don't believe you understand what the word means.


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Old April 10th 04, 04:12 AM
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On 10 Apr 2004 03:02:42 GMT, Robert Buchanan
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Our guest tonight on alt.usenet.kooks is very special...let's all give *
a big hand!

On 9 Apr 2004 07:46:01 GMT, John Griffin
wrote:

[...]

Just wait until she finds out that aluminum is an element.


You told me all I need to know that you're ignorant of current
metallurgy.

No metal can be refined by our current smelting processes and be 100%
pure, that's QUITE impossible.

Nanotech can be used to construct pure aluminum, without any of the
various trace elements which are found in the aluminum we manufacture
by conventional methods. Currently we can only manufacture al which
is 99.999% pure.


What will we be using 100% pure aluminum for, again?


Dick wrap.

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Old April 10th 04, 05:41 AM
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Default Ping MHVW: VVF nomiation. Was Water: Free Energy

* wrote:

On 9 Apr 2004 07:46:01 GMT, John Griffin
wrote:

"Laura" wrote:


"*" wrote in message
...
On Fri, 9 Apr 2004 05:14:01 +0200, "Laura"
wrote:


"Robert Buchanan" wrote in
message
.71.68.
..
Bookman wrote the following on 08 Apr 2004, which I
will now reply to:


Heh.

Just wait until she moves into grays and
CIA/Halliburton territory.
That's
when she's in her prime.

Yes, and everybody knows that Elerium 115 is the key to
free energy,
anyway!
;-)


Highly refined aluminum, 100% pure, which we're not
capable of
manufacturing
without nanotechnology.


How would that amount to *free* energy?


Your question might free her energy for other crazy ideas.
"Alexia" just makes weird claims. She doesn't attempt to
back them up.

Apparently she abandoned the crackpots who claim you can
somehow get more energy by burning hydrogen than it takes
to break the resulting water molecules.

If she doesn't drop the aluminum stories, I bet she can
eventually find a crackpot whose website says that he has
developed COLD ALUMINUM FUSION, and that it produces enough
energy to "manufacture" twice as much aluminum as it uses.

Just wait until she finds out that aluminum is an element.


You're off your meds again.


Shouldn't you be scrubbing floors or baking some cookies? Yes.


 




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