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Topic: Chapt15.35 explaining Space from Maxwell Equations #1102 New Physics
#1222 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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Fraud emails trying to imitate Google and Gmail? Is there a law
against them?

Posted: Dec 21, 2012 6:04 PM
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On Dec 21, 11:38 am, Larry Harson <> wrote:
> On Dec 21, 7:27 am, Jos Bergervoet <> wrote:

> > On 12/21/2012 8:22 AM, benj wrote:
> > > On Thu, 20 Dec 2012 22:09:17 -0800, Archimedes Plutonium wrote:
> > >> In the Faraday law, when we move the bar magnet near a closed loop of
> > >> wire we create a electric current in the closed loop wire. We do that
> > >> because the magnet makes a Space of magnetic monopoles that engulfs the
> > >> closed loop wire and the energy of changing the magnet (movement) is
> > >> absorbed by electrons which then respond to motion of the electron. So
> > >> you take the motion of the magnet and the motion of the monopoles of
> > >> Space and transfered that energy to the electron in the wire and caused
> > >> it to move.

> > > ARchie this is so idiotic it's not even wrong. No monopoles. Magnetic
> > > fields let alone "monopoles" don't induce currents in wires. And space
> > > doesn't transmit magnetic monopoles like a swarm of bees. You are living
> > > in a fairytale land.

> > > Will SOMEONE please censor this guy as a crackpot?
> > > *I* am the official crackpot here!

> > Those are very wise words. Can't Google do something
> > about it?!

> > (J)
> To be fair to him, this is one of his better posts in
> sci.physics.electromag because at least he's talking about Faraday's
> law and moving magnets, and he is asking a question at the end of his
> full post. So there's scope to at least discuss his points with him.
> It's on topic in sci.physics.electromag but not in sci.math and
> sci.chem, so someone there can flag the post under "other" as cross-
> posting irrelevant topics.
> Larry.

Can Google please investigate this rogue email sent to me this
--- quoting rogue email ---
Gmail Services
Date: December 21, 2012, 3:12AM


Dear Gmail Customer,

Due to the congestion in our email servers and planned removal of all
unused Accounts, Gmail will be shutting down all unused Accounts, you
will have to confirm your E-mail if they are still active, Please
click on the link below to continue.

For immediate access please CLICK HERE

NB: Failure to comfirm your Gmail account will result to a permanent

--- end quote of email in my box ---

Some of the errors of typing and grammar above indicate some foreigner
likely wrote it, not a Google or Gmail employee.

I am going to leave this email in my inbox so that Google can
investigate. I looked to see the email address of Harson and HVAC and
BroilJAB to see if their's is "" but I suppose they can
fraud that address just as easily.

Now I heard a lot of rogues try to imitate Google and Gmail trying to
pry out information from victims accounts. In the postal service there
is postal fraud. Not sure if we can call rogue emails as breaking the
law of postal fraud.

Can Google please investigate who sent the above email for it sure
does not look like Google or Gmail sent it; besides, if Google wanted
to see what accounts are active or not simply can take a peek, and no
need to have a survey.

Archimedes Plutonium

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