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Re: A Nutter! Causes neighbors houses to brown out!
« Reply #100 on: May 31, 2011, 01:54:23 pm »
 
Photonicinduction is not a bad guy. He comes off as childish and impulsive
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The theory is obviously in his head, he just seems afraid to let it out on camera. Maybe he thinks (rightly or wrongly) that no one will watch a geeky video full of equations and safety warnings. Maybe he's simply reluctant to explain things. That doesn't mean he is ignorant himself, although he is definitely pandering to the ignorant "Top Gear watching" masses a bit.
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Maybe they feel that it is irresponsible of him to appear so blasé about playing with massive transformers.
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Maybe they feel that some of his videos are a childish waste of time.
Agreed.

I also don't like some of the bullshit he talks. He says he quarterly bill came to 10MW, which has to be bollocks. Presumably he means 10MWh, even if that were spread over 600 hours the average power consumption would be 162/3kW and the current would be 72.46A which would melt the cabling and make his house too hot to live in, unless he had the windows open continuously in the middle of winter.
 

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Re: A Nutter! Causes neighbors houses to brown out!
« Reply #101 on: May 31, 2011, 02:09:04 pm »
but it is clear that he does know what he is doing. The theory is obviously in his head, he just seems afraid to let it out on camera. Maybe he thinks (rightly or wrongly) that no one will watch a geeky video full of equations and safety warnings. Maybe he's simply reluctant to explain things.
like Dave.
It's extremely difficult to start life.. one features of nature.. physical laws are mathematical theory of great beauty... You may wonder Why? our knowledge shows that nature is so constructed. We simply have to accept it. One could describe the situation by saying that... (Paul Dirac)
 


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