Neodymium Magnets

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Re: Neodymium magnets

Post by magnet » Mon Jan 26, 2009 9:16 pm

Bigglez wrote:
magnet wrote:Do you know neodymium magnets can change proper functioning of meters like energy meters, water and also gas meters? You can save your money, pay less for media, because you can stop or slow your meters. Its no joke, its true.
Really? Can you tell us how you did that, and what
kind of savings you obtained?
Just put quite big magnet but neodymium on water meter, it should be stopped if you open a tap. You have water for free. Other meters you can only slow down.

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Post by magnet » Mon Jan 26, 2009 9:21 pm

dacflyer wrote:i had a video tape that had info on stuff like that..it was all a hoax ..nothing i tried worked.
If you want you can check it. It was mistification because there were not neodymium magnets or were to small.

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Post by magnet » Mon Jan 26, 2009 9:24 pm

dtief wrote:This place has VERY big and dangerous magents. I bought 2 of their 1" cube neodymium magnets. Truly impressive.

http://www.unitednuclear.com/supplies.htm
You can buy them also at e-bay, in several dimensions and shapes. I have disc magnets 2x1 joined together

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Re: Neodymium magnets

Post by Bigglez » Mon Jan 26, 2009 10:41 pm

magnet wrote:Just put quite big magnet but neodymium on water meter, it should be stopped if you open a tap. You have water for free. Other meters you can only slow down.
So if the meter is stopped, how does the local water
board (or company) know how much to charge you
each quarter?

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Re: Neodymium magnets

Post by magnet » Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:56 pm

Bigglez wrote:
magnet wrote:Just put quite big magnet but neodymium on water meter, it should be stopped if you open a tap. You have water for free. Other meters you can only slow down.
So if the meter is stopped, how does the local water
board (or company) know how much to charge you
each quarter?
They do not know real usage, that's main idea!
You use more and pay for less. Don't use magnet all time, because water board see that and ask don't you wash your body for couple of weeks? he he

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Post by dyarker » Thu Jan 29, 2009 6:15 pm

Oh, it's stealing! And by posting here you're trying to add conspiracy to steal to the charges.

You want everone else to pay your bills, because in the end it has to be paid for.

You are [dirty words left out]

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Re: Neodymium magnets

Post by Bigglez » Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:34 am

magnet wrote: They do not know real usage, that's main idea!
If my employer didn't know the 'real useage' (as you put it) of my work
hours, there's a chance I'd be under paid. Or, my employer would be
paying me for hours I didn't work. That would be dishonest.
magnet wrote:You use more and pay for less.
I could go to the local bank and take their money for myself, would
you suggest I do?
magnet wrote:Don't use magnet all time, because water board see that
and ask don't you wash your body for couple of weeks?
That makes no sense...

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