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Easy to verify if a house runs on Edison (Score: 1)
by chipotle_pickle on Monday, October 13, 2003 @ 11:33:29 EDT
(User Info | Send a Message) http://freehydrogen.blogspot.com
Why would anyone disconnect from the grid if they could do a more severe stress test by selling power back? This makes no sense. Drive by the house to make sure it's not abandoned and then get the electric bill. It wont be 0. As long as you are looking at paperwork, ask if they have paid their taxes yet. As of Feb, they were behind.

The "catalyst" might be bound in with some material that binds it to a structure. But the mass changes if it's material from the surface that's used up or material that seeps in from the center. It's used up either way. It might complicate the analysis a little that "catalyst" and glue are both getting used up, but the mass changes either way. There is no reason to wait a year to look for the change in mass since a g-cell is not going to run a week under full load. Weigh it, run it for a weekend, and weigh it again.

As for the ribbing of the blunders on the page, keep it up. The first paragraph of the technology section still uses Watts as a measure of energy (though they changed the word to "electricity", which in this context is even wronger). It was not until April when they hired Vince Jenks they got most of the bogus units out, so the conclusion that Vince was the first person on the Team who could read an electric bill is not unwarranted. If you've followed the discussion here, the Genesis site once had in its Q&A that the nonsense KW/day units were there because they wanted to be vague.

Here is a comment made by someone calling himself a UFCT investor who has not contacted me directly. It's a typical unverifiable appeal to authority similar to the one that seems to have influenced Anthony above. But it shows how the story given to investors changes from investor to investor. Or maybe the investors are "getting information confused".

"Interestingly enough I invested in this as a friends and takers initiative originaly under the name of United Fuel Cell Technologies, (California) It was offered through an investment firm in New York. I was recently informed that it was sold to the company working on the Edison Device. I too find this web page very interesting since I just located it today 2/8/03. I'm not a Techie, maybe just a lemming/sucker!! What peaks my interest is why havn't they applied for SEC filings, or gone public to further their studies, or have they received enough funding through friends and takers to continue the project. It's my understanding that Microsoft and Hewlett/Packard among other large corpoations have also invested in this company. "
--B Davis


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Re: Easy to verify if a house runs on Edison (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Monday, October 13, 2003 @ 16:09:10 EDT
One question.

If this technology is being sold throughout the world, why are there no comments or even mention of this technology outside the United States? No comments from other countries about the technology or it implications on its people. The lack of wide spread comment cannot be justified with the "NDA" response since its terms would not be binding to many parties outside the US. I find it hard to believe that millions of these devices will be used oversees and there is not one mention of it on the web outside the .org and .com spaces in the US.


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