Originally Posted by Michael Grant
The folks at Steorn were technical types, too. Bold claims do tend to suck people in who should know better.
It's not bold claims. They are very basic claims which are self evident to a certain extent, once the concept clarifies and takes shape in your mind.
I'm not sure the Steorn saga is over yet.
A note to the rest of the folks on this forum, aimed specifically at the small minded idiots. (not you Michael-you gots big brain)
As for people giving me crap on this forum, this is the way it has worked, time and again:
-I allude to something.
-A bunch of doorknobs give me crap.
-I reveal what I have discovered and/or found.
-A few people pipe up and say 'wow!'.
-Silence is the answer from the usual pile of detractors.
-Some company or person tries to make a go of the thing I have revealed, uses it s a business model, it enters the lexicon of known things or ideas.
-Some time passes and the usual cadre of idiots start 'calling me out' on the next thing I allude to.
-Repeat this scenario, on this forum, about 6-8 times over the past 7 years.
The first one, was the modification of CRT projectors, and the whole reasoning behind it.
The second one, was the upscaling of DVD's to 1080P. The whys and resoning pathways, the whole shebang was spelled out in totality. This is now on just about every single progressive scan DVD player that money can buy. Remember who started it, and why.
The third one was grey screens, and the reasons why...
The fourth one..was high-gain Grey screens and the why, etc. That one became the Stewart Firehawk, in pretty damn short order. About 6 months.
There are more than a few others. I'm tired of feeding ideas to the people who pay attention and being slammed by idiots at the same time.
So don't talk to me about your detractive small minded ********.