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Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by DaveC, Dec 17, 2009.

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  1. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    I didn't go bonkers at all. I just picked an easy target to stir you up.

    We can convert too, you know. Thankfully only an issue for you lot.


    Why don't you use it ?

    Graham
     
  2. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    I don't see cubits mentioned there.

    Graham

    due to the hugely increased level of spam please make the obvious adjustment to
    my email address
     
  3. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    What's the matter, challenging for you?
     
  4. Sjouke Burry

    Sjouke Burry Guest

    I will try to remove the bad taste with a swig of
    Coffee/rooibos..............
    Nah, that failed.
     
  5. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    Yes, we use the binary way!
     
  6. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    The way I see it, you're not able to comprehend the vast complexity of
    the intellectually enhanced American!

    Did that just about sum it up?
     
  7. Fred Abse

    Fred Abse Guest

    AWG does not specify conductors. It specifies *wires*. There are other
    types of wire than electrical.
     
  8. Fred Abse

    Fred Abse Guest

    Rubbish
     
  9. lurch

    lurch Guest

    I'll bet folks in the industry were calling out wire by American Wire
    Gauge calls long before folks 'over there' were calling wires out in
    direct cross sectional area numerics. We hade/have circular mils, and
    you guys have square millimeters.

    Eventually, the world will, perhaps, be all metric. Maybe one day
    there will be a singular monetary system or government... sure.

    Don't hold your breath.

    For now we will all, both you (Eeyore's 'over there' crowd)and us,
    savor the nostalgia that our truly scientific ancestors gave us. We will
    cling to those things that we think important. Every 'scientist' knows
    how to measure length regardless of what ticks are on the scale... still,
    every man likes to do so with *his own* ruler.

    All the automation and such in 'science and industry' these days has
    made for some 'scientists' that are titled or held in regards that are
    far beyond their actual level of competency or depth of knowledge.

    I am glad that you are not in that boat, John.

    The classical engineers are all but gone... a dying breed.
     
  10. lurch

    lurch Guest


    Absurd? YOU, maybe.

    I find that folks that claim to be a scientist yet cannot perform math
    in bases other than ten and two, are not really scientists at all. That
    is how absurd you are.

    Do you piss and moan about the number of hours in a day or the calendar
    arrangement as well?

    You: NOT a scientist.

    More toward "whining wussy", or in your case "wussy in the body of an
    ass".
     
  11. lurch

    lurch Guest

    Millimeter is "mm", NOT "mil". "mil" IS known around the world, you
    asshole, know nothing idiot.
     
  12. lurch

    lurch Guest


    42 is "The answer to everything".
     
  13. lurch

    lurch Guest

    metacarpals?
     
  14. lurch

    lurch Guest

    Probably more like 140 cm for him. Conservative guess. :)
     
  15. lurch

    lurch Guest


    Same kinds of "scientists" gave Gore a Nobel Peace Prize.

    The world is a strange place.
     
  16. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    Yeah.
    Hail Marry!
     
  17. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    Oops
    Hail Mary!
     
  18. lurch

    lurch Guest

    I just have to say that I did like that response.

    I am glad we all did not embrace the toad licking thing back in the
    80s.

    We'd all be singing "On the Toad Again..." And PETA would be on our
    asses.

    Let's see if your 'enhancement' gets the depth of that off the wall
    remark... :)

    Bwuahahahahaha... Intellectually Enhanced... indeed!
     
  19. daestrom

    daestrom Guest

    No, the answer to "Life, the Universe and Everything" is 42.

    If that doesn't make sense to you, it's because you don't understand the
    question. The question is "What is six times nine?"

    The only way any of this works out is if '42' is in base 13. (4*13+2=6*9)

    daestrom
    In memory of Douglas Adams
     
  20. Tim Williams

    Tim Williams Guest

    Ghoti?

    Tim
     
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