Slaxl: If it works by throwing out magnetism, what sort of impact will that have on the potential application for computery stuff, that doesn't like being hit by lots of magnetisms?Stop me if i'm being too technical.
Porous Horace: Yeah, I'd love to have a massive transformer coil in my live-in groom.
Relatively Obscure: I'm totally pissed off that they didn't mention Thomas Edison in the article.
Stoker: "Don't worry about getting zapped: Hall assures that the magnetic fields used to transfer energy are "perfectly safe" -- in fact, they are the same kind of fields used in Wi-Fi routers."-=- Same fields huh. Similar to the field test four girls did with routers and plants?
snocone: It certainly is a repeat.This is not ready for prime time on so many levels.
antidisestablishmentarianism: So it's a big version of one of these?Also I thought there had been medical concerns about EMF exposure and this seems to just amp it up.
Shocktopus: antidisestablishmentarianism: So it's a big version of one of these?Also I thought there had been medical concerns about EMF exposure and this seems to just amp it up.Indeed, I foresee a lot of resistance.
baronbloodbath: I'm totally pissed off that they didn't mention Nikola Tesla in the article.
talkertopc: I'm totally pissed off that they didn't mention Michael Faraday in the article.Get it right people.
HypnozombieX: Because energy is so cheap and plentiful that we can afford to throw away half of it for the sake of vanity.
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