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  1. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

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    LOL! Just as I thought; another lame-ass dodge!

    BTW, there was no error. I just wanted to see if you could come to
    that conclusion and, obviously, you couldn't. No surprise, really,
    after reading some of your other trash.
     
  2. John Fields

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  4. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

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    Then why did you snip it? Bandwidth is cheap.
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    So on top of it all you're a sneak? What a surprise!
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    The fact that you can't see that there's a problem with it is
    precisely the problem. Tell me, did you help desigh the Tacoma
    Narrows bridge?
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    I'm not suggesting anything of the kind. What I'm _stating_ is that
    you made a mistake and then tried to pretend you didn't by doing that
    little sidestep shuffle.

    Sue you? **** you.
     
  5. John Fields

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  7. Bob Myers

    Bob Myers Guest

    The boggling threshold, of course, varies with the individual
    mind in question...
    Precisely my point.
    You DID read everything I wrote, right? I believe I said
    exactly that.

    Bob M.
     
  8. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    thats ok, i am enjoying it!
     
  9. Miles Harris

    Miles Harris Guest

    Storage, OTOH, isn't as cheap and we can all snip a lot more savagely
    to make life easier for Google and other archivists.

    Sadly, pointing out the truth about certain things in this world is no
    longer acceptable. Political-correctness and such like. It's slowly
    getting worse, too. For some factual historical views one can even
    risk imprisonment and have one's carreer and livelihood destroyed. The
    views are too important to hide, so they have to be disseminated by
    stealth. It requires that certain precautions be taken. A shameful
    situation, I grant you.

    As I recall (dimly) high winds cutting across the bridge built up a
    series of increasingly violent osicallations, resulting in its total
    destruction. Are you trying to say a diode would oscillate itself to
    destruction? I've noticed you're not very good with analogies so I'm
    afraid whatever your beef is, you're gonna have to spell it out in
    plain English....
    No idea what you're talking about, I'm afraid, Old Fruit.
     
  10. Miles Harris

    Miles Harris Guest

    Well it appears that Kevin has straightened out your misconceptions
    about how a transistor works and set you on the right road to further
    studies on a firm foundation. I suppose it's too much to expect you to
    show him an ounce of gratitude for his (considerable) time and
    trouble. :-(
     
  11. Miles Harris

    Miles Harris Guest

    No problem.
    Being a seasoned Usenetter of some 13 years standing, it takes a bit
    more than mild sarchasm to give me a bad day ;->
    Work hard on your studies, Junior. Nothing comes easy in this life
    except to the very fortunate.
     
  12. Miles Harris

    Miles Harris Guest

    Put it out of your mind as a pointless distraction, sonny and get
    stuck back into your textbooks. Head down and study, study, study is
    the only realistic way to success.
    HTH
     
  13. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

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    Puh-leeze!!! Now you're second-guessing Google and all the other
    archivists? I suggest you take care of your own business and let
    everyone else take care of theirs.
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    Ridiculous twaddle.

    You propose to disseminate your "dangerous" but important viewpoints
    by using methods and language which only a select few can understand?
    Sounds to me like you're part of the problem.[/QUOTE]

    As I recall (dimly) high winds cutting across the bridge built up a
    series of increasingly violent osicallations, resulting in its total
    destruction. Are you trying to say a diode would oscillate itself to
    destruction? I've noticed you're not very good with analogies so I'm
    afraid whatever your beef is, you're gonna have to spell it out in
    plain English....[/QUOTE]

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    I have no trouble with analogies, but the thick do, and it seems you
    have trouble with the subtlety needed to understand them. So much for
    your "dissemination by stealth", huh?

    In plain English: If, after 35 years of experience as an electrical
    engineer, you haven't come to realize something as fundamental as that
    a large change in forward current through a diode will result in only
    a small change in voltage across it, then we have a problem, Houston.

    The same kind of glaring problem, the failure to recognize something
    as fundamental as that the bridge and its support structure were a
    resonant system puts you in that league of what would seem to be
    accidents waiting for a place to happen.

    At least now you've learned about the Vf vs If characteristic of a
    diode so, hopefully, you can add that to your bag of tricks.
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  14. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

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    Nothing of the kind. Kevin and I have been at loggerheads with each
    other more than once in the past, and he knows that I have a great
    deal of respect and affection for him, so your disingenuous
    "refereeing" falls on deaf ears. However, _your_ sickening pomposity
    has been noted.
     
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  17. Bob Myers

    Bob Myers Guest

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    No, a sarchasm is where they tossed all those poor unfortunate
    chickens in China and Hong Kong a couple of years back....:)

    Sorry to interrupt this little lovefest here...I'll go back to my
    knitting now....

    Bob M.
     
  18. John Fields

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  19. Miles Harris

    Miles Harris Guest

    I can only apologize.
    Sadly, It's all too easy to fall into the trap of talking down to
    one's inferiors. Especially when the ability-gulf is so wide.
    I don't wish to appear patronizing, but in your case, it's
    unavoidable.
    HAND.
     
  20. Miles Harris

    Miles Harris Guest

    On Thu, 13 Jan 2005 17:41:50 -0600, John Fields

    Ridiculous twaddle.
    Once again your comprehension problem raises its ugly head.
    I think it was Charles Peguy who once said: "He that does not bellow
    the Truth when he knows the Truth is the accomplice of liars and
    forgers."
    I am no such accomplice. I *do* bellow the truth. The "stealth" I
    mentioned relates solely to the *means* by which the Truth is
    disseminated. I don't compromise by publishing innuendo; I simply
    obscure myself as the source, that's all. And even that only to
    preserve my liberty and livelihood in this modern era of suppression
    and Liberal bigotry.
    See above, Bonehead.
    The change in drop may only be 200mV., but when you're talking about
    an initial level of only IRO 650mV., I'd say that amounts to a large
    drop alright! It's all relative. You *do* realize that one diode drop
    at room temperature is only just over half a volt, don't you, Junior?
    Lectures from someone who doesn't even know how a BJT works, I don't
    need. My youngest boy of 11 knows more about transistor theory than
    you do, Junior. Plus I'll wager from your postings that you're a good
    few years older than he is.
    More effort required!!
     
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