It reminds me of a) The regular stories you hear about an ordinary bloke who makes his car run on a pint of piss at 300mph for 1,000mi and will have his invention to market in about a year then you never hear of him again. b) Every mad-professor super-villan who's invention ever so nearly destroys the world. I bet he's got a really fit looking daughter/grand-daughter/neice who just happens to be going out with an ordinary guy who by a stroke of luck is the only person who can see the potential calamity approaching and has just the right technical knowledge to save us all while still remaining cool enough to play quarter-back and be in trouble with his high-school principle, nothing serious just pranks 'n stuff.iGAV said:
All of them? That is truly amazing. I mean, it's hard enough just to defy one stinking rule of physics, much less all of them.Troy Hurtubise has done the seemingly impossible with his newest invention and defied all known rules of physics, he says.
I'll believe it when I see the pre-orders from hotel managers and college girls' basketball coaches.iGAV said:Well it seems he's at it again... this time with an 'invention' that see's through walls and stuff!!
The article implies that the walls become transparent:MongoTheGeek said:He could have just made a backscatter X-Ray machine. It doesn't say that it made the walls transparent but just that he saw through them.
His "Hyde" effect has symptoms similar to mild radiation poisoning...
I would love to see this gizmo in action though. Provided I was wearing a lead cup...
And, really, do you think a simple X-ray machine would require all of this:Hurtubise said he could see into the garage behind his lab wall, and read the licence plate on his wife's car and even see the salt on it.
"I almost broke my knuckles three or four times, because it was almost like you could step through the wall," Hurtubise said.
"You could be fooled into believing that you could actually walk through the wall and go touch the car."
I mean, it has seven industrial lasers and eight plasma light rods. That must be how it works.The main unit, which Hurtubise calls the centrifuge, contains the Angel Lights brains and includes black, white, red and fluorescent light sources, as well as seven industrial lasers.
The second unit, or the deflector grid, contains a large circle of optical glass, a microwave unit and plasma intermixed with carbon dioxide.
The third unit contains eight plasma light rods, CO2 charges, industrial magnets, 108 mirrors, eight ionization cells industrial lights, and other components Hurtubise chooses to remain tight-lipped about.
The thing is, if this actually happened, why isn't there video or a picture of it? Riiiight.....Hurtubise said he could see into the garage behind his lab wall, and read the licence plate on his wife's car and even see the salt on it.