Re: [nanotech] Re: Gagnon Interview, Public Accessibility, and NT Industry Growth
- tventura6 wrote:
>Wow, Tim, that's really funny, coming from a shark with gleaming teeth.
> Wow, Mark -- that's really vicious.
> Maybe I will pull my email address from the group because yourWe are not the Borg.
> personal attacks and unwarranted criticisms make it impossible to
> conduct a civilized discussion of issues.
> You know, when I worked at AT&T Wireless I managed a 400 person
> department, and I can't ever remember going to a professional
> meeting that allowed your type of conduct.
> In fact, what worse are the emails that I am getting from yourAnybody wants to defend this faker, let them write in here.
> fellow group members, apologizing (again) for your comments and
> Just for your information, despite the 2 million visitors I've had,Thirty bucks for a CD plus $5 S&H, advertised it seems on every page of
> I don't make a profit from the AAG website. It's open-source
your site, is a good little business. I don't know how else you're
making money, although I note you link to a lot of other sites that are
also selling things. I don't really care.
> technology, which is something that I know you don't support asI don't know how you think you know anything personal about me.
> you've spent the last decade leaching off public University
> financing for your degree.
At least I'm don't make money selling snake oil on the internet.
> How's this for a thought: after you finish writing a reply toNah, that wouldn't be fun.
> newsgroup and slander me a bit more, maybe you could follow up with
> hate-mail filled with swearing to my personal email account?
> The only reason that I suggest this is because its your modus-Tim, your website is full of fakery. Like, for example, Mr. Hutchison,
> operandi -- in fact, maybe I could reprint some of those emails
> online that you sent back in 2002?
who produced some nice videos I have a copy of, showing "antigravity
experiments" where objects fall up. They all look just like bad sci-fi
special effects. In one you can actually see the wires. But my fave
is the one with the melting ice cream. Hutchison built a little room,
with a dish of ice cream fixed to a table, fixed the camera to the
room, and turned the whole thing upside down. It's provable fraud.
But it's too obviously stupid and penny-ante to be worth pursuing.
So don't try to threaten me. If I got impatient and used profanity at
you, I still stand behind everything I said. You are a con man.
> You've done something very bad by turning the newsgroup into aLaughing out loud, goodbye, Tim.
> fearful place, where the only conversation are tentative questions
> about NT jobs because the group members are afraid to discuss
> anything else.