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"IF Dr. Greer's recently discovered device is a scam, how was it done?" | Login/Create an Account | 20 comments
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Re: SEAS checked for induction coils (Score: 1)
by Zypher on Monday, March 31, 2003 @ 13:34:21 EST
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I've e-mailed them twice since the announcement - one asking if they would post any photos of the device, and the second asking when we might hear something.
Here's the response I received:

"Dear Ryan,

No, no more information to be released at this time. The team is still
working on it.


Debbie Foch"

I really, really hope this is for real....
To my knowledge, there hasn't been an announcement of this magnitude concerning ZPE... I would hope that Greer and his team are not ellaborate con-artists. If they are, then this must be one of the biggest hoaxes/scams in history...

That alone makes me think that they HAVE to be for real....But that's the optimist in me speaking ;)

I'm fully prepared to be disappointed - but I sure hope I'm not.


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Re: SEAS checked for induction coils (Score: 1)
by Zypher on Monday, March 31, 2003 @ 13:52:14 EST
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Another thing that bothers me about this....
They said that they put it on the sidewalk and let it run all these devices simultaneously (100W & 300W light bulbs, an oscillating fan, and a stereo) which had to consume at least 500-600W. They said "it ran whatever we wanted to plug into it and did so for as long as we left it to do so." but they don't say exactly for how long...

You would think that they would mention "Yeah, we left the thing running all that equipment for the x hours we were there." At least then, we could calculate (roughly) how much power was required, and if the device could in fact be powered by a battery. You know that they didn't just let it run for only 15 minutes. I don't know of any battery that could provide that kind of power for even that long, and be "hidden" or "disguised" in something that you could pick up with one hand.

I'm anxiously awaiting some more news from SEAS...
Maybe the inventor is still working on the more "robust" version of the device? SEAS did say they had an agreement with the inventor to do this "within the next month or two", then they would begin testing and reproducing the effects. Currently, we're right at the end of the 2nd month (as this announcement was made in late January). So I'd hope to hear something in April.....?


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