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From: "Bill Sloman"
Subject: Re: eer
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2002 23:35:50 +0200
Organization: Planet Internet
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"Kevin Aylward" wrote in message
> "Mark Fergerson" wrote in message
> > FEerguy9 wrote:
> > > HYPOTHESIS:
> > > - The surface area of a trench capacitor plate can be greatly
> increased without
> > > increasing the perimeter, or the space required to store the
> > Naive error; plate area is irrelevant.
> > What matters is the volume of dielectric
> > as that's where the energy is stored.
> Look matey, where have you been. We've all decided that we aint goanna
> discuss electric thingies in this thread. There's for more important
> issue, like falling of ladders for starters.
Kevin, you are losing focus. Frank was on about falling off ladders.
The falling of ladders just leaves half the population stranded on the roof
until the wife gets one of the neighbours to set it up again.
It is difficult to see this as of any particular ecological significance -
unless it is cold enough that the stranded party freezes to death before the
ladder can be set up again. Not a big risk, even in Scotland ...
Bill Sloman, Nijmegen
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