Doing a title search via the State of California’s records show several results for home/property owners with the name Steven Mark. He could be any one of them. Post-Interview CommentOn March 20, 2008, Jack Durban wrote:I would like to add the following…This was part of an email of 20 March 08, between myself and one of the respected elders in the movement to reproduce the SM Device. Amplification is not possible without applying power If it is possible to arrange a magnetic field feedback loop for mechanical devices, then it is probably possible to arrange it for solid-state devices like coils and capacitors. Answer : The technology is owned in whole by UEC, a corporation based outside the United States. Though their maker touts their ‘ultra-hip Italian styling,’ lots of folks find them hideous.»Tim Gunn, fashion consultant, told Time magazine, «… the Croc – it looks like a plastic hoof.
Coming Forward After All This Time On March 15, 2008, Jack Durban wrote: Hello Sterling, The post was at Link here A purely random pick after days with little sleep. This is to create a “BLIND” charging system which can’t “see” the charge on the capacitor (see below for more detail on “blindness”). COMMENTS: Huge capacitor means: as much ordinary capacitance as possible. Comment: After the work is done, the centrifugal force is low and if you want to continue producing mechanical work, you have to use the other coordinate system where centrifugal force is high again. Herein we review the simplicity of the preparative routes available, and their influence over the properties of the resulting dye–polymer systems, by focussing on the most illustrative examples described in the literature. All he could gain from such an act is a thank you.
The secondary coil — is the second plate of the capacitor. Use of a resonant circuit, particularly with inclusion of a capacitor 12 as suggested, facilitates recirculation of energy within the input circuit, generally producing efficient excitation and a reduction of required input power as loads are applied. Retrieved August 13, 2008. ^ Staines, Richard (March 31, 2009). «New anti-static crocs shoe produced for use in hospitals». .