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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John Fields)
Subject: Re: Reducing contact resistance for low volt use?
Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 13:14:18 GMT
Organization: Austin Instruments, Inc.
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On Tue, 07 Jan 2003 04:58:03 GMT, DarkMatter
>>What??? Listen, you fucking moron,
> Yes. To anyone but an idiot like you.
Well, it's a little late for _that_, isn't it? I mean, you must
have listened because here you are writing back.
> I'm sorry but contacting a one inch piece of 28 gauge steel (a
>battery cap) for a 100 A connection probably isn't all that bright,
>regardless of your ability to depart from normal practices.
More of your insulting rhetoric and uninformed opinion?
I mean, if you want to get technical why don't you post some
numbers? You know, like the resistance of the battery cap, the
connector, and what's going on at the battery cap/connector
interface with 100 amps flowing through it?
> You obviously don't know a fucking thing about me.
I sense an opinionated, vituperative little prick with a penchant
toward self-deception. Pretty close? Of course you'll say "no"
because of the self deception...
>>Your application is totally different from the OP's, as is your
>>arrogant, insolent attitude, so if you can't help why don't you just
>>shut the fuck up and leave us alone?
> Us? YOU shut the fuck up, jackass!
You'd like that, huh? One less person to point out your stupidity.
> Fuck off, you jackassed twit. Go tell someone else what to do
I'm not supposed to tell you what to do but I should do what _you_
I'll do what I please, where I please, when I please, fuck you very
> Eat shit and die *before* you start telling me what to do.
> Putting a small battery in a cardboard box would be sufficient.
>They do not explode violently enough to even send any pieces through
>THAT. I could give a shit that he built a tank to hold a simple
>bursting balloon. STOP TELLING ME WHAT TO DO. AS IN FUCK OFF!
> You really need to get your bearing straight as it relates to
>refraining from telling other people what to do. Here...
> YOU GO FUCK OFF!
> There. How does it feel? You dipshit.
> You are the pathetic one here. This ranting post you made here
>> Kinda like saying that no one should use
>>nitromethane at the drag strip because the same performance can be
>>achieved by proper gearing. You're a fucking idiot!
> No, you are. Internal combustion piston engines have known
>lifetimes. Top fuel engines are measured in number of races, and that
>number is usually less than ten.
> Trashing out expensive motors trying to get them to perform in a way
>that they CAN do, but in the wrong manner is just plain ignorant.
>Ignoring truths is what you seem to be doing.
Are you so stupid that you can't see you've defeated yourself with
your own argument? Probably. Here, let me help you: An internal
combustion engine in a passenger car is like a single cell in a
flashlight, while a high-performance internal combustion engine in
a vehicle designed for competition is like a cell in a combat robot.
Why can't you get that through your thick head? Nobody gives a shit
how long the battery lasts as long as it lasts as long as the fight.
It would be _nice_ if it lasted for a long time, but that's a
secondary consideration. PERFORMANCE is paramount. The OP and some
other posters have pointed that out to you politely, but you just
don't seem to get it. WAKE UP!!!!
>>You sit there in your bland little environment making pronouncements
>>about things about which you have _no_ clue.
> Bullshit. I own an electric motorcycle that does zero to sixty in
>six seconds. A full cafe racer style bike at $6000.
Oh I see. That makes you an authority on batteries.
> I also work on RC controller systems as I wanted to make such a bike
>myself at one time.
But you gave up because you weren't smart enough to figure it out,
Professional circuit designer