Originally Posted by Aaron
The point is that it is impossible to know if there are hidden cables, etc... used unless the operating method is revealed and can be duplicated. Unless it is revealed, it is always going to be questionable. Just because trickery isn't found doesn't mean that there isn't trickery.
Out of all the technologies that Timothy has, I'm sure he could donate one of them to the public domain. After that, money will fall out of the sky for his other technologies I believe.
As far as fishlines and hidden cables, there is undeniable evidence (evidence doesn't mean proof) that Keeley's demos may have been fraud.
The difference between Timothy's devices and Coke a cola is there are tons of people using the product they get to experience the end result.
Agreed evidence does not mean absolute proof. But when spending money it is better to have more than the inventor's word on it.
Thinking it thru, where are the satisfied customers of Timothy? If they have paid the $ where are the generators that are now running on this device?
Next question, if the devices do what they say they can do, why are they not generating all of their own energy and selling energy back to the grid? If they have these devices, then they should have a substantial income that they would not even need to ask for money.
If the reason is that they are afraid of it falling into the wrong hands then why set a price on it? I mean, do you sell the device to the wrong hands for a price?