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Subject: Re: Small Tesla Coil
References: <3ddcc905$0$22279$9b0f33e3@clyde> <3DDD385B.2200CDF1@cox.net> <3DDFE615.536C4E30@cox.net>
Organization: Your Company
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 22:24:30 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 09:24:30 EST
"Steve Jones" sat on the toilet, drank beer and
burped out news:firstname.lastname@example.org:
> Im glad I have put a smile on so many faces.
> I have a very thick skin and im pleased the response was so
> constructive overall.
> But now I will stop the subject since it is clear that the answer is
> really No.
> If it were yes I would be a bit worried. As for rebar - you learn
> something new everyday.
> Holywoodism? Not really, ive seen plenty of hollywoodisms become a
> Dont ask for references because you wont get any.
> Dreaming is how we get advances in technology.
> 'you need to learn some basic physics' - i know nothing of tesla coils
> but a lot about reflectors.
Don't worry about all the negative comment mate..
Its not too long ago the earth is flat and to send news
from Sydney to Melbourne takes more than a week.
Also, it is some magic to be able to provide fire
without rubbing a couple of sticks rigorously.
What? light with a flick of switch??
The technology is changing, and it is the dreamers that
leads the way, eventhough most of them do not get the
full credit for it.
Keep on dreaming mate... I am grateful that you start
a thread that simulates so many minds.
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