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Old August 7th 09, 03:54 AM posted to rec.video.satellite.tvro
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On Wed, 05 Aug 2009 18:31:15 -0700, M.M. wrote:

joeturn wrote:
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This is total bull****...


my fishing net works fi
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Old August 7th 09, 08:36 PM posted to rec.video.satellite.tvro
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On Aug 5, 9:31*pm, "M.M." wrote:
joeturn wrote:
Thanks again UCLAN!
My mind works on salutions not on grammer ,but thanks to your hangup
people will not have to decipher my post for themselves!


Thanks a bunch for Uclans perfect instructions .


Jab


Trever Marshals
dish mod will give a tremendous db gain over the mesh type arials!


When RF current hits an object it causes the objects atoms to act like
a magnet!


The better conductivity and less resitance to electric current it has,
the better the collector/reflector.


The solid metal dish will out perform a solid fiber glass dish of the
same size because of its conductivity
and the magnetic field that it produces is much greater than both the
fiber glass and the bow tie antenna,
because of the metalic surface area, thus making a small meshed dish
better than a large meshed dish.


This is total bull****...- Hide quoted text -

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m m you got banned because you underestimated the power of wisdom!

Now take notes next time!

It is better to be thought stupid, than to open ones mouth and remove
all dought!

Tis true RF curent affects a metal object same as an electric field in
a coil will make a magnet out of a nail if passed thru it's field.
RF current captured by an antenna can be converted to AC current same
as the magnetic field being broken in generaters produces RF and AC!
I have just sooo busy Ihave not told anybody else but you guysI;-)
  #23  
Old August 7th 09, 08:42 PM posted to rec.video.satellite.tvro
joeturn
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Default BUD Mesh size - How small must the mesh be to receive KU?

Thanks again UCLAN!
My mind works on salutions not on grammer ,but thanks to your hangup
people will not have to decipher my post for themselves!

Thanks a bunch for Uclans perfect instructions .


Jab


Trever Marshals
dish mod will give a tremendous db gain over the mesh type arials!


When RF current hits an object it causes the objects atoms to act
like
a magnet!


The better conductivity and less resitance to electric current it
has,
the better the collector/reflector.


The solid metal dish will out perform a solid fiber glass dish of the
same size because of its conductivity
and the magnetic field that it produces is much greater than both the
fiber glass and the bow tie antenna,
because of the metalic surface area, thus making a small meshed dish
better than a large meshed dish of the same size,however
wind load must be considered and a sacrafice of signal might be
required!

I had to add this last sentence for MM


  #24  
Old August 7th 09, 08:51 PM posted to rec.video.satellite.tvro
joeturn
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Default BUD Mesh size - How small must the mesh be to receive KU?

On Aug 6, 10:54*pm, deadguy3 wrote:
On Wed, 05 Aug 2009 18:31:15 -0700, M.M. wrote:
joeturn wrote:
[25 quoted lines suppressed]


This is total bull****...


my fishing net works fi


Well alrighty then, if you spray paint it with a metalic finish it
will work even better!

Might even catch more fish as if they get that close ,it will reach
out and grab them and they wont be able to escape its magnetic pull.
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Old August 7th 09, 08:52 PM posted to rec.video.satellite.tvro
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Default BUD Mesh size - How small must the mesh be to receive KU?

joeturn wrote:

It is better to be thought stupid, than to open ones mouth and remove
all dought!


Which *you* seem to do on a regular basis? "Dought" ???
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Old August 7th 09, 09:00 PM posted to rec.video.satellite.tvro
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Default BUD Mesh size - How small must the mesh be to receive KU?

On Aug 7, 3:52*pm, UCLAN wrote:
joeturn wrote:
It is better to be thought stupid, than to open ones mouth and remove
all dought!


Which *you* seem to do on a regular basis? "Dought" ???


DOUBT

How about this video contradicting laws of phisics?

http://www.examiner.com/x-2383-Honol...nergy-machines
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Old August 7th 09, 09:01 PM posted to rec.video.satellite.tvro
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Default BUD Mesh size - How small must the mesh be to receive KU?

joeturn wrote:

The solid metal dish will out perform a solid fiber glass dish of the
same size


Who wants to break the news to this moron that a fiberglass [one word]
dish is nothing but a metallic dish with a fiberglass protective coating?
The metal inside a fiberglass dish might be either solid or mesh, resulting
in varying performance in different frequency ranges.
  #28  
Old August 7th 09, 09:27 PM posted to rec.video.satellite.tvro
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On Aug 7, 4:01*pm, UCLAN wrote:
joeturn wrote:
The solid metal dish will out perform a solid fiber glass dish of the
same size


Who wants to break the news to this moron that a fiberglass [one word]
dish is nothing but a metallic dish with a fiberglass protective coating?
The metal inside a fiberglass dish might be either solid or mesh, resulting
in varying performance in different frequency ranges.


What a waist of fiberglass when reception only is needed( wave lengths
or not cruicial) the bigger the better??

Did you know the Government wont allow free energy Uclan says its not
cost worthy?

Look at morrey's antenna producing electricity 50,000 volts for free
using only capacitors!!

http://www.doctorkoontz.com/

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Old November 11th 16, 08:37 PM posted to rec.video.satellite.tvro
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Default BUD Mesh size - How small must the mesh be to receive KU?

Joe turn you should know that all attempts at free electricity come from people seeing what Nikola Tesla did and copying Tesla's findings and experiments.
Nobody would have alternating current electricity without Tesla ,and would have huge direct current cables running everywhere and only the very rich would be able to afford DC electric bill.
Sadly Nikola Tesla died a poor man with many ideas even better than AC electricity that will never be used by the general public because they can't be billed for like wireless electricity derived from the friction of Earth's rotation on the vacuum of space.
 




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