[clug] Today In Stupid: US6025810: Hyper-light-speed antenna?
Francis James Whittle
fudje at grapevine.net.au
Wed Apr 8 15:14:42 GMT 2009
Alright I'm too tired to be writing responses to mailing list posts.
On the other hand I'm still remembering basic physics.
On Thu, 2009-04-09 at 00:22 +1000, Francis James Whittle wrote:
> Yeah another one fails to underestimate the power of c
> ba-dum ch'ng!
> On Wed, 2009-04-08 at 23:52 +1000, Simon Pascal Klein wrote:
> > http://www.delphion.com/details?pn=US06025810__
> > Abstract:
> > > “A method to transmit and receive electromagnetic waves which
> > > comprises generating opposing magnetic fields having a plane of
> > > maximum force running perpendicular to a longitudinal axis of the
> > > magnetic field; generating a heat source along an axis parallel to
> > > the longitudinal axis of the magnetic field; generating an
> > > accelerator parallel to and in close proximity to the heat source,
> > > thereby creating an input and output port; and generating a
> > > communications signal into the input and output port, thereby
> > > sending the signal at a speed faster than light.”
> > It doesn’t have to work, nor even be real to be patented?
> > —Pascal
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