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Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by Harry, Jul 24, 2007.

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  1. Total bullshit, as authored by KeithTard.
  2. krw

    krw Guest

    No, the "total bullshit" *is* Dimbulb, Dimbulb.
  3. krw

    krw Guest

    A single-cell battery is still a battery.
    True, that's why Dimbulb is here.

  4. Wrong. A single cell is a cell.
  5. Well, no. You'd need to understand what was being discussed, and it's
    obvious that that's not happening.
  6. I know, dear. I wrote it.
    Goodness. A rudimentary grasp of anatomy. Well done.
    No. A question has a question mark. Without a question mark, it's a
    statement of fact.
  7. krw

    krw Guest

    AlwaysWrong, as usual. A cell is the business part of a battery.
    You buy batteries, not cells. Though, Dimmy, you belong in one.

  8. I wasn't talking about your sentence, you stupid twit.

  9. Idiot. It is not a statement, of fact or otherwise, when it ends with
    "are you". Nice try though, twit.

  10. You are wrong again, as usual, KeithTard. A cell is a sub-component of
    a battery, and a battery is a series or parallel grouping of two or more
  11. krw

    krw Guest

    Stupid as usual, eh Dimbulb? You really are MassivelyWrong, always.

    "...also : a single cell that furnishes electric current
    <a flashlight battery"

    Try going to you quickie mart and tell Apu that you need a new
    "flashlight cell", oh dimmest one.
  12. Which I already stated is incorrect. Do try to keep up with a thread,
    I am also smart enough to know where to shop for my goods as well,
  13. Then you should have written your comment under whatever you /were/
    responding to. But that might be a bit tricky for you.
  14. You're really not very bright.
    It was fun for an hour or two, but I'm busy now. Goodbye!
  15. Typical. When fucked in the head wrong, as you are... turn and run...
    bail out mentality. How rich.

    One can tell you never served.
  16. krw

    krw Guest

    Try breathing, Dimbulb. Your neuron can't afford to be distracted.
    You *are* the dimmest bulb on the planet, aren't you Dimmie.
  17. ehsjr

    ehsjr Guest

    AIRC, he really meant that there are no solutions for
    a^X+b^X=c^x where X is any whole number > 2

    Hard to write what he meant without using a "not equal" sign
    in the equation. You can use the ! sign concatenated to the
    = sign to mean "not equal" and then write:
    a^X+B^x!=c^X for all X integers > 2
    to express Fermat's last theorem.

    It would be easier if there was an ascii character consisting
    of an equal sign with a slash through it - it would be more
    intuitive, but you can use != for that, so all is not lost. :)

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