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    Hmm isn't it obvious that you need research..:?: You develop a product, test it and then try to correct the flaws, then test it again and so on..?

    I'm just pointing out that you don't HAVE to get in touch with some sort of physics professor in order to get someware. And like i mentioned you need knowledge and handycraft abilites, i've been practically livin' in the garage since I was a little boy, fixing motorcyckels, my motocross machines, gocarts, snowmobiles, cars you name it.. You see I'm no little cityboy who never gets filth on my hands.. ;)

    I have great knowledge of work in front of the lathe and your statement that it's only good if i'm trying to make some piece of art!? Man.. do you even know what a lathe is used for i wonder.. :?: If so how many hours have you spent in front of one to judge sutch a wonderful tool like that..? Not to mention the mill cutter oh boy..

    Have you ever used a ordinary hsf?? like the volcano7+?
    It may come in handy with tools like that in order to make these products.. Or maybe you have some other great way to do it mr handyman..

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    Look, I'm not doubting your skills or abilities. What I'm trying to say is that if it were easy enough for one person to sit down and design a great cooler, don't you think it would probably have been done already? Most especially due to the great need of coolers in today's world? People will be actively searching for better alternatives, so like I said before, your idea isn't a new one.

    Also, you missed my other point. You simply said sit down in front of a lathe and make something. You honestly expect to be able to make a great and efficient cooler doing that? People sit down and design these things first. You're the one that bought up the need for physics... I never said you need scientists to do it, but someone with a damn good understanding of both physics and metallic properties will go a long way.. Hell, even chemistry is going to help. How else would they have designed thermal paste?

    Oh, and I like your nice little attempts at humor with picking on my PC. Very cute...

    I never said I could do better. Chances are I couldn't. I'm just trying to help people face reality here, and make a cool thread..

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    "Oh, and I like your nice little attempts at humor with picking on my PC. Very cute..."

    :?:sorry but i don't understand that one.:?:

    Oh well, i still think it's possible. I don't think people with intrests in sutch things should just tell themselves that it's impossible and start looking for something else to do.. That's not very creative, of course most of them will fail, but not all and that is a proven fact.. How many companys would excist in this world if everyone shared your opinion..:?: Not to many i can assure you..

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    All the little comments like "OH NO BEEFY HAS ATTEMPTED TO OVERCLOCK AGAIN SOMEONE DIAL 911!!!" and the follow ups...

    Again, I'm not saying that it's not possible. I'm just along the lines of thinking that if you are going to attempt something, you might as well do it right.

    I think I'll keep out of this thread now...

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    I'm not getting involved in this.

    but if i do i'm taking up bubble busting also1 :devil win
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    lol i wont speak no nore about this, you have your opinion and i have mine.. =)

    :cheers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy

    Yeah, ideas are a great start. But if existing companies, who specialise in cooling solutions, haven't managed to make that great and all-encompassing cooler, doesn't that make you think why?
    nope i m not getting into all this mumbo-jumbo of cooling and great ideas and i m not going to do one-on-one with beefy either...but have you ever heard of serendipity beefy?
    i m no tech-wiz but i would just give you two examples from my field, two of the greatest inventions in medicine in last century.
    penicillin and small-pox vaccine.
    and hey...you ever heard of gregor mendel and wat about charles darwin...he was the guy who was made fun of by saying that his ancestors were monkeys.
    just because its not been done, doesn't mean that it can't be done and in anycase, if millions of dollars have been pumped into it and no results have been there, doesn't mean it can't be done or it has become certain that the results will come from those big labs only.
    edison tried 2000 ways to make a light bulb pal and hey he didn't have those million dollar labs to do so.
    anyways...every one has his/her own opinion but i m with those who think that great ideas produce great results.
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    I still don't see where I said that money made the difference... When I mentioned existing companies, I was referring to the fact that they would employ people that have the knowledge and expertise in their field and they would be able to pull off a product.

    I also agree with your point about Darwin and Edison... There were many great inventors / scientists (I use that broadly) of the past who have contributed, single-handedly, to what we know today. People like Curie and Pastuer (sp?) in the field of medicine, Newton, Einstein, Edison, Tesla, etc... in the field of physics and so on.. But in today's world. people don't seem to make evolutionary finds like these people did. Mainly because we have such a greater understanding of what goes on in today's world. When was the last time that one person was heralded for making a great big discovery in those fields...? Most of the time it boils down to research teams and companies that make grand-scale discoveries, not single individuals. A lot of the ideas that do come out are actually just old ideas re-hashed and thrown together to make something that's not really new, but it's a novel idea.

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    I for 1 am in your corner Beffy.......as what you refer to as Busting ppls bubbles, when they are on a pink cloud{riding a fantasy}
    I refer to as slapping 'em in their thick lil skulls with a major dose
    of Reality........Can i get a Reality Check here:?:
    And as for the last Individual to create/invent an Original major world find..............i'ld have to say that was an American by the
    name of Buckminster Fuller, better known by his contemporaries/
    friends as Buckie...............inventor of many many useful/original
    items with/without the financial support of the US military. His most noted and best known of those would have to be the Geodesic Dome structure/his World Dymaxium Map..........see
    google under George Buckminster Fuller for more details/photo's.
    And i personally own/operate 2 certified/liscenced Bussiness's,
    neither of which do or are designed to create/make a prophet;
    they both pretty much are meant to copyrite/protect the many
    writtings/invetions of mine/others.....as Buckie, and many others have come to die alone and with a broken heart/pocket book due
    to trusting others to produce/pay them for their ideas {all producing un-beleivable major multi-million/billion dollar industries based on others ideas, and than neglecting the ones responsible for those ideas}. Just my little Balloon bust for all you wanna be invetors!!!
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    Chill guys chill. : peace:
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