N-machine is just a homopolar DC generator, look it up. They have low internal impedance so can make very high currents if low impedance circuit attached...but there is nothing magical about them. They do have niche practical applications, some older synchotrons use them as high current source. They don't create energy out of nothing, they convert mechanical energy to electrical energy. Any commercial venture of a grid power plant trying to use one would fail to anyone who used good generator of modern design for the same task. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H...
The Bedini motor dose not put out more energy than it takes in, it's long been debunked as a magical energy source. Heh, even by Mythbusters(tm)
Bullshit. Several heavier than air flying machines existed at the time Lord K is alleged to have made that statement, that oft-quoted phrase is old urban legend.
Lead can in fact be turned into gold, so that particular one of the many goals of alchemy wasn't unrealistic, just the means they attempted were too feeble in energy density.
Yes, we in fact do recognize the some of Tesla's ideas were crackpot. Like the ineffecient "broadcasting" of AC power without wire as being suitable for city. Like the assertion that AC is always superior to DC for transmission of power over wires.
Saltwater fuel cell isn't new, and sensational claims of company looking for investors to make a $1M car can't be taken at face value. Your tin foil hat site article about cold fusion has no credibility.
Not all programs use utmp logging so not the most useful thing. Text logs with the login info are. Nice try though, but I think you just pointed out problem with binary db vs. text for
funny I also have those logins and logoffs in simple text logs
How many of thoe debian-women are there? is that the real problem with this systemd bullshit?
and SQL and Prolog. You are right, that's some funny shit
You mean those Python front ends that call Fortran libraries where the real work happens?
how are you going to type in the password for truecrypt every time you want to listen to a song? otherwise, The Man will just yank the device from you while operating and discover your illegal wares. why openbsd? I like it for servers, good networked security for remote access but with physical access to an mp3 appliance there are probably no advantages
you have no point at all, that linked site greencar usually converts all measurements to imperial from quoted articles
yes, many people in the world would be much more concerned about electric car with 32 degree F problem versus one that appears at 0 degrees F (-18 degrees C) Since the problem appears at 0 degrees C, that isn't very cold at all. It was -26 degrees C last night here
but batteries depend on a current carrying path from anode to cathode for the "half -cell" reactions take place. Not quite like most living things