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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
    try a few minutes of this guy explaining a new course introduction at MIT.
    Oh, I don't know. Sounds better than the Linear Algebra course that I took in college. We called the instructor The Animated Book because she would just echo the text and stop mid-sentence at the end of the class. Next time she would continue exactly where she'd stopped. No idea how I ended up with an A. Did meet hubby in that class, but that was a totally different kind of learning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    Oh, I don't know. Sounds better than the Linear Algebra course that I took in college. We called the instructor The Animated Book because she would just echo the text and stop mid-sentence at the end of the class. Next time she would continue exactly where she'd stopped. No idea how I ended up with an A. Did meet hubby in that class, but that was a totally different kind of learning.
    Ya cheated, that's what!

    Ain't no slickering us here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Ya cheated, that's what!
    Of course. Only reasonable explanation. About only other thing I remember from that semester was that I was a terror in the Physics lab. Blew so many fuses that I made a necklace out of them to amuse my lab partner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    Of course. Only reasonable explanation. About only other thing I remember from that semester was that I was a terror in the Physics lab. Blew so many fuses that I made a necklace out of them to amuse my lab partner.
    Our big thing way back in tech school was leaving B+ charged capacitors laying around for the *new* guys to
    fiddle with and explore.

    You'd hear a POP then a yelp, the instructor would look over his glasses, shake his head and smile, he was cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Our big thing way back in tech school was leaving B+ charged capacitors laying around ...
    How strange. I didn't know capacitors predated the discovery of electricity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OxPath View Post
    How strange. I didn't know capacitors predated the discovery of electricity.
    Man oh man, you're on a roll today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxPath View Post
    How strange. I didn't know capacitors predated the discovery of electricity.
    Just for your info wisea$$, lightening is actually a dielectric break down of a capacitor made up of charged
    particles in the upper atmosphere and earth ground.

    The dielectric being air for the most part.

    So natural capacitors actually predate the scientific discovery of electricity.

    Try that on for size there slick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Just for your info wisea$$, lightening is actually a dielectric break down of a capacitor made up of charged
    particles in the upper atmosphere and earth ground.

    The dielectric being air for the most part.

    So natural capacitors actually predate the scientific discovery of electricity.

    Try that on for size there slick!

    That's exactly what I was talking about! Maybe I didn't use the right words.
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    Good Afternoon All!

    I made a stop at Big Jimís place today. I got to see the new mystery machine! I can confirm that it is green, does have grease zerks, and weighs at least 400 lbs. I did have my camera with me, but Jim didnít have it unloaded yet, so I didnít want to take any pics of it with out it being out in itís full glory.
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    I picked up the trailer today, all is well and I like it.
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