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From: Fred Bloggs
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Subject: Re: zero-power toggle circuit; was, how to master electronics
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Date: Sun, 03 Nov 2002 19:38:32 GMT
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> I am so very glad the whole world does not take that approach to things.
> Using that methodology, you can only produce something that everyone
> else already knows how to produce. Innovation would be stifled, and we
> would never get past the invention of the wheel. You may like to stay
> bogged down in standards, but some of us rather enjoy the art of
> creation. New technology is what drives us forward into the future.
> Don't you want hydrogen fuel cells (or something even better) to replace
> batteries? Don't you want electric cars? Solar powered houses?
> Anti-gravity? Transporter technology? Superconductors at room
> temperature? Drip-proof bottles? Drool-proof babies? Dolly the cloned
> These things take lots of experimentation and tons of money. The profit
> is but a dream until much much later, but we have to try, for our only
> limits are the ones we put on ourselves.
The practical approach is to build on what you already know how to do,
and this is the story of progress. I want to see that ZERO-power 20A switch.
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