retired. Just keeping my hand in.
- What’s your (single) point, youngster?
- ROFL for sure
- Airport body scanners: Are they hazardous?
- Why hasn't the US addressed more than thermal effects? After all these years where is the study?
- Bob Pease: A tribute to his last challenge-- "What's all this voltage reference stability stuff?" Part one
- why did Julius Miller (professor wonderful, Disney and physics instructor at El Camino J.C.) drive a robins egg blue Buick he had restored?
- Foxhole radio
- the wire is bare and is coiled around the graphite to make contact. You can lay the graphite on the edge of an upright blade as well I strongly recommend you buy a germanium diode, 1N34 or such as these home made things can be very frustrating
- Audiophile heaven
- cleanest amp I ever heard was push-pull pair of 2A3 driving a horn.
- Hams and flea markets
- Ham club holds it altho some non hams get in which is good in my book.
- The anti-counterfeit movement: Is it really a movement yet?
- some vigorous prosecution may help.
- Benchside chat: Can capacitor banks replace batteries in off-grid systems?
- 5 stars. Great article. The only problem with the Chinese batteries is they use plastic where Edison used glass. Glass is much more durable.
- What should NASA do next?
- If you want to get people interested in mastering space you might try telling them the truth about the real threat of visiting meteor clouds. 40 cities were destroyed in the Bronze Age, over 500 events. In the Carolina Eddas there are in excess of 10,000 craters. Look for Cambridge Conference online hosted by Benny Peiser. You are in for a shock.
- Capacitor charge transfer
- Actually ether is a better answer than resistance because it will NOT show up as heat. when you double the capacitance you halve the charge density which halves the voltage. Energy is proportional to the square of the voltage and you just halved that.
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