You've sent me to YouTube to rewatch my favorite electrical engineer with a unibrow explain capacitors. I don't mind and I was kind of right but it's a dialectric between the two plates. If you hook it up backwards it will explode though.
my favorite electrical engineer with a unibrow
There are polarized and non-polarized capacitors. In general the polarized ones are "electrolytic" capacitors, which means the dielectric film in the capacitors is an anodic film (like the coating formed on anodized aluminum.) If the + & - are reversed on an electrolytic capacitor, the dielectric film breaks down, and the capacitor fails (sometimes as a confetti generator.)i don't know but electrons enter 'excited' it says hey man you got spunk, think i'll save you for a big war....then when something demonds a punk to teach them a lesson, it realeses the brats on it fast and swift? which is why caps have this direction of spunk on them? when they get tired they just go to the ground?
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you want the spunky electrons going in, then they flow to the people that need an ass kicking? then well you need to figure out how to put spunk back in them? NOW THAT IS a drunken thought.....!!!
where is this spunk? i mean i know about organic chemistry a bit, i know about atoms stuff.....but what is the 'spunk'? sub atomic? elctronic i guess.....
by C = ϵ0 * d * A / t, where ϵ0 is
You have piqued my curiosity sir, what kind of backhoe does $3-5K buy these days?
Long ago, I did spend less than $2K for a backhoe attachment, exactly like in video below, was in package deal with a Bobcat 732 skid steer. The attachment even had the same rust patina as in video, and matched the tractor that way. Had to replace all the hoses and rebuild the spool when I first got it.
But got to love those pre joystick rigs, since the first backhoe I ran was a 70's Case CK, was not a problem for me.
I guess the above sentence is similar to the computer dudes reminiscing about BASIC, or that movie, Tron, or something.
And for that I apologize.
edit: what i'm thinking this fan needs a cap because going from 0-2 takes like more watts then the circuit would handle, but once it's spinning centrifical force means it doesn't take as much? so just a quick boost availble to get it started then it's on cruise...
kinda like i have to rev the engine to get my car moving in first or reverse...but barley feather the pedal at 55 mph in 5th.....
1) I'd retire ... and spend my time in the park like Arte Johnson on Laugh-In in the skit with Ruth Buzzi. Or alternately, the guy who asks "is that your purse? ... nice purse" in the movie Trading Places.Just wondering, random drunken informal poll:
1. Would you rather retire than have no work at all? ;} actually that makes no sense, but somehow amuses me,,,
2. If one had a good business but was burnt out on it, would you keep one going?
2A, If the only other option was to work for some other idiot probably less competent than self for less money?
3. Move to some place where one knows no you, but has more land? Actually that sounds good, but then again, if one has lived and worked somewhere and has built up a network of friends, other trades people, even customers, that respect you as member of community,,,might be more than one would want to give up. Also likely, I suppose, to be the thing that was given up not missed until gone.
i was about to say "that's not a drunken random thought" until i saw that. but i think i'd grade you a... wait for it
why is the alphabet in that order? Is it because of that song?
sfgate.comA random, but not drunken (I haven't done "drunk" in decades) thought, regarding the proliferation of paywalled web sites impinging on my right as a professional sport team "fan" to enjoy the tears of opposing fans during the finals of a pro league season playoff.
FFS! It's as American as apple pie to revel in the bleatings of losing teams! Yet the SF Chronicle won't let me read articles like
That's just poopy!
(Go Celtics! )
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