Showing posts from May 16, 2004 This is a neat article. First it is overseas outsource then we will move our capitalistic needs to primates and other lower orders of life. Perhaps we will start to use horses and oxen to plow fields to grow food. What a future!
Hubble vs. Webb: How Far Will They See? The phone company came and moved their wire yesterday. I am pretty much ready to backfill everything. I have had a couple of consultants in at work the last couple of days.
Get to the Heart of Objectionable Current WooHoo! The inspector came and he had no issues. Good to go. Basically, all he said was "Works for me". On to the next project!
Fantastically Dangerous Capacitor-bank Experiments This link reminds me of the time when me and a friend were planning to build an ION laser using extraordinarily large capacitor banks. We did all the design work on the capacitors. We just never funded the project. It probably would have cost about a thousand dollars total. It seems like a lot at the time. The other thing about self-funding experiments is the heartbreak when the expensive toys go up in smoke... good experiment... good lesson... It just costs money. These capacitors could be a great source of amusement for many projects. NYSE&G just left. They hooked me up. They didn't want to come back this afternoon. So I called the inspector and he called it in and said it was ok. He is still coming out to look at things, but the service entrance has been switched from overhead via pole to underground via the barn with a bypass load center to the house underground. The NYSE&G guy said I did good work. That made m
Humor Search - The Web's Humor Search Engine Well, I got most of the electrical work done. I will finish it today. We gave the injections to the llamas. In the process I managed to stick myself with the needle pretty good. It looks like I won't have those pesky mites bothering me either!