Email of the Month?

Main-Switch

Cool looking old switch I found in the bowels of a Seatle Building.

I don’t think it can get any better than this, you can read this from bottom up to get the conversations from first to last email..

———————————————————–

There have been numerous qualified electrical engineers who have vetted this unit.
If you can’t figure it out then don’t reply. If you want a challenge then try to duplicate it.
Go to :  www.witts.ws and see for yourself.
The first time I saw this I thought, like you, it was BS. I researched it and found that over unity is possible. Just for a moment take the blinders off, blinders are a shortcut to thinking.
Tony

> From: utterpower@gmail.com
> To: tonyxxxx@hotmail.com
> Subject: RE: UtterPower.com Contact Form: Coil shorting?
> Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2014 19:49:09 -0800
>
> This is pure bull shit..
>
>
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: up110605@la.positiveprojections.com [mailto:up110605@la.positiveprojections.com] On Behalf Of Tony xxxx
> Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2014 4:40 PM
> To: george@utterpower.com
> Subject: UtterPower.com Contact Form: Coil shorting?
>
> From: Tony xxxxx
> Subject: Coil shorting?
>
> Message Body:
> Hi George,
> I’m not smart enough to figure this one out.
> Here’s a link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv53K9MnDuM&feature=related
> thanks, Tony

> This mail is sent via contact form on UtterPower.com http://www.utterpower.com

——————————————————

If you believe in the impossible, you’ll likely vote for it too.

GB

 

 

 

Related Posts:

This entry was posted in Critical Thinking, Free Energy, Question of the day and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

11 Responses to Email of the Month?

  1. Sean says:

    That video has been floating around for a while. I wonder who is making money off the scam? What are they selling? Perhaps they are soliciting donations only? I suspect the next big step for these scammers is a kickstarter campaign? Certainly there will be plenty of people who will tithe…

  2. I hee-hawed out loud when I went to the witts website. Best laugh of the week! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Pat Sweeney says:

    I think the MG set would have worked when the switch was thrown without the orange cord plugged in. Sorry but no free lunch here, kinda like ObamaCare.

  4. George B. says:

    I need mention Michael Shermer’s book, the ‘Believing Brain’. Here we watch as Tony demonstrates so clearly a well grounded theory. “We humans form the belief first, and then look for every reason to solidify the belief. Many of us never even look back!

    Had I replied to Tony’s last email, it would (likely) have only made him angry, who am I to spoil his dream?

    These posts over unity are VERY dangerous to our society, there are far too many people who refuse to think, and now we have people heading up governments who demonize the Skeptic.

    Without the Skeptic, there is no science, without the Skeptic there will be no freedom. If you believe in the impossible, you will vote for it.

  5. Bill Knighton says:

    Correct.
    > Hi George,
    > I’m not smart enough to figure this one out.

  6. George B. says:

    From that opening line of his.. to near ‘cocksure’ in the matter of hours?
    It’s a powerful thing… “wanting to believe”

  7. bob g says:

    there was a time when only property owners could vote, my thinking is now we need to move toward a minimum IQ or a critical thinking test one must pass in order to vote.

    maybe when you go into the voting booth you have to answer a 25 question test to determine a basic level of intelligence, if you pass then a ballot comes up for you to markup however you like… if you fail you are given an electrical shock and a trap door in the floor opens up…

    where you go from there?

    does it really matter?

    bob g

    ps. i am only have joking…

  8. JackG says:

    To bad Solyndra did not find this induction technology before they BK’d. Our taxpayer pockets would be heavier and no need to melt silicon for solar panels. More than likely the big solar and wind guys will by Witts out and hide the technology from mankind. Just like the oil guys used to do. :)

  9. Shawn Jenkins says:

    I could believe the switchgear from the Seattle building & even though I don’t have the engineering background as you & many contributors I’ve heard of the hoax of perpetual motion. I guy I use to work for claimed there was a guest on the old Johnny Carson Show who had such a device & he wanted me to see if the Internet had this piece of video, I never found! I have a friend who works at N.I.S.T. as a H/VAC that says folks always send in these type of thing, but the laws of physics say they’re impossible so they go to a similar place as letters to Santa.

    I feel for you folks out there in those Kent & Federal Way warehouses that I visited as a trucker from the East Coast were full of those less skilled workers that needed the goods carried and most were glad to have a job! But, when the foot soldiers of Obama promise pie-in-sky they throw a lever into the pocketbooks of the folks that own those warehouses. Only years ago my masters at trucking company in the state that gave birth to TennCare, a specter of ObamaCare threatened me if I kept driving my truck according to DOT laws I’d likely get less work. The company who’s name in the Bible meant a contract had department called “Driver Services” told me when I complained, “You drivers will regret doing this to us! You ought to be thankful we give you more work than the Feds allow! If you know how to run a logbook you can hide this! When we have robots driving these trucks you’ll be sorry!” So I guess you’re like Johnny Carson in that you’re Carnac the Magnificent! :)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>