Genuine Versus False Claims
(subtitled: The Mouse Trap Fallacy)
Bill O'Reilly of Fox News has been quoted as saying:
"Find what you are good at and make money doing it."
That I have discovered is simply NOT true. I am sitting on a discovery
that can affect for good the sound quality of every digital audio device
out there, from computer to TV's, from Hi-Fi to to iPad and Android
tablets and cell phones - anything that converts digital sounds to analog
sounds - and I have been labeled both a genius and a fool dealing in snake
oil. I have even published it openly rather than patent it - because I
believe in the greater good just like the Jonas Salk - and I am not his
equal - he gave away his vaccine free because he considered it for the
greater good. Also, asking for money and your motives are questioned, so I
made it easy and still it gets ignored.
For the slightly more technically minded - the above is based on this,
that digital audio playback requires both digital and analog filtering,
hence a two-step path, both avoid using filtering that is 'in band' and I
have shown using blind tests that one of a total of four stages of
filtering are required, one must be 'in band' and the fourth step will EQ
that 'in band' filter out, a final correction step. Once this is
understood, then digital playback will be changed forever audibly
Have any idea how hard that is to get this out there?
There used to be a time when they said, invent a better mouse trap and the
world will come knocking on your door - DON'T BELIEVE IT.
And if you knock on their door and even offer it freely then you are are
just another crazy cookie.
There is so much rubbish peddled out there that when the real
stuff comes around - it gets buried.
I have read several audio journalists and editors having said in recent
times, that all that is really important re audio playback, has already
been discovered and hence there is nothing new under the sun. If this
statement proves to be true, then we have a sorry state of affairs -
new discoveries will be easily suppressed and ignored.
It has also become a blood-sport to debunk anything
genuinely new. This of course elevates the ego of the one doing the
debunking and the hard and laborious work that brings fruit in the
collective advancement of the art, we have the lazy winning over the
productive, the nasty over meekness, as the latter has to be willing to
submit themselves to become victims of the establishment and its
Take for example this story:
If I was to tell you that adding
water to oil
would increase the efficiency of its use as a fuel, would you believe me?
Because it seems so at odds with everyday experience, it seems not just
implausible, indeed laughable. Yet that technology is for real.
It is the fundamental principle behind a
new motor called GEET Technology and now receiving world-wide
attention, even though the man behind GEET was badly mistreated in the
How does it work? It can be explained rationally, the expansion
rate of water turning into gas is greater than that of any carbon based fuel.
we combine the two under the right conditions, you can use a majority of
water and a relatively smaller amount of oil or fuel. Indeed it work well
with dirty fuels and actually much lower emissions.
Danger: You can prove it by using this simple but
Please read carefully as I don't want to be held
responsible for what might happen if you did this experiment. All I can say is that I have done this experiment in
controlled circumstances and the result was violent and highly dangerous.
Go to a science teacher before proceeding with this
Take a frying pan, take some oil - we happened to use
olive oil - and put a film of oil over the surface of the pan. Now put it
over a flame or cook-top and heat the pan up until you start seeing the oil producing
smoke. It is clear we now have well heated oil in the pan. Now, and this is
the dangerous bit - at a distance, squirt a small amount of water into the
Trust me, the reaction will be very violent. In our case we had an
explosive flame that went about several metres into the air.
What happened? By combining water and heated fuel - the
greater expansion rate of water, greater than any carbon based fuel,
plus the heated oil, triggered a sudden expansion, which further increased exposure to air
(oxygen), causing a combustion of
the mix of oil, water and oxygen. Yes, combustion, the very same thing that
happens inside a car engine's cylinder. The water amplified the effect
when at the right temperature combined with oil.
Probably not useful for cars yet, but for driving
electricity generators (you can download instructions on how to convert
electricity generators that can be bought from hardware stores), for irrigation pumps in Third World countries and more.
Major savings in the cost and
transporting of fuel.
The above example shows what may seem a crazy idea one day may
in fact be the way things are done in the future. Imagine two hundred
years ago you predicted there would be horseless carriages today -
that is where the name car came from - they might have
locked you up.
BTW, originally the first American
experimenter was arrested and abused. His name?
Paul Pantone was railroaded through a series of bizarre legal maneuvers by
powerful and corrupt conspirators into a State Mental Hospital in Provo
Utah where he resides today
[was freed in 2009].
He's supposed to be incompetent for claiming that one can fuel a car with
mostly water using his system and for not getting along with fired
attorneys under Utah
who betrayed him. Never mind the over 200
[now many thousands world-wide]
GEET devices in the US currently running on mostly water.
video - an
engine that runs on 80% water and 20% dirty oil straight out of the ocean
fed by the BP Gulf disaster.
This technology is still in its infancy and there are
practical solutions still sought - but the principles on which it works
are now no longer in doubt.
History has a way of repeating itself and so does the
history of prejudging.
And don't forget the story of two doctors, Barry
Marshall and Robin Warren, who were ostracised for many years because of
their idea that peptic ulcers were bacterial infections. They were
disbelieved by their own fraternity, yet they proved that these common ulcers could be treated with
the right antibiotics. Eventually they prevailed and both were given the Nobel Prize
And it will happen again, trust me...