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whether this work? whether thiss is possible?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVdK5v725eo&list=HL1334487146&feature=mh_lolz

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Gvozdenovic (author) 4 years ago
I ask for this video :D
The video, you can have. Simple wiring trick, with a mains supply through the baseboard.

The "reality", you can't have.

TANSTAAFL.
blkhawk Kiteman4 years ago
I am a firm believer that sites like Youtube should police themselves and forbid videos that give false or inaccurate information. I am overwhelmed by the amount of disinformation that populates the internet.
lemonie blkhawk4 years ago
Free-speech man, everybody should be allowed to say anything; it's for their peers to correct them (e.g. by posting a comment on the video).

L

(No censorship)
Free speech doesn't apply to a private site.
It can do, you mean that it doesn't have to.
What wouldn't you want YouTube to exclude? Personal-opinions to camera would tend to be caught by disinformation-rules, and there's a lot more that you could think of good reasons to prohibit that isn't now. Advertising is often borderline-disinformation too.

L
Oh, I'm not disagreeing with you, but if Google wanted to take them down, there's no law against it.
Yes, I was thinking of moral-law rather than statute.

L
blkhawk lemonie4 years ago
Well I hate to be "that guy" but this video is not a matter of personal opinion but a blatant lie. It is physically impossible for electrons to keep circling in a loop and still have the potential to power gadgets like the ones in the video.
Is it a lie, or a practical joke that's being wildly misread ?

Steve
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