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Offline raspberrypi

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But since its the internet we speak with absolute authority that comes from having a phd in the field as well as decade worth of experience. For example I studied CB radio at cornell and MIT: Here is everything you need to know and if you disagree I will prove you wrong with limitless circular argument from deductive reasoning based on conjecture.:
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Most CB's are five watts or less but what if you want more power and longer range? Add an amp the same way you add one to your car stereo! Here is a quick tutorial for the beginner to CB radios. Watts consists of volts and kilowatts. To get more power you need both, but power sources are limited; the outlet will give you lots of volts but only 15 amps. A car battery will give you 600 amps but only 12 volts and zero kilowatt hours. So here is a home setup to combine the two. First you will need the following: wires and connectors to wire the amp between your CB ant. output and ant. feed line. 2 AC extension cords with the bare three wires on one end, 8 ga wire with battery term connectors, 3 heavy duty 600 amp car batteries, wire connectors and scotch tape for tying  the different sizes together. First to start we need voltage that’s where the outlet comes into play, take the black wire of each plug and join them together, then do the same with the white wire. Ignore the bare or green wire it doesn't do any thing and I don’t know why they put it on. Probably some government safety regulation that kills jobs that we don’t need. By connecting the same colors together you are taking 110 volts at each outlet and multiplying it, giving you 24000 volts and boosting you to thirty three amps, this is a good amount of watts but not enough kilowatts for our CB. Here's where the car batteries come in. Wire all the red terminals together using the eight ga wire and your battery terminals then do the same for the black leaving each circuit open on the end. Now we know batteries are DC (stands for Dedicated Columns which are how many neutrons in each atoms inner shell that can be converted into photons per second... squared) and the outlet is AC (Accelerating Charge ) which is different then our CBs output which is RF (RF stands for Radar Frequency; which is measured in newton/feet per inch) . So to make our currents compatible we are going to use the car batteries as an electronic signal mixer (ESM). At one end of the batteries connect the black lead of the outlet power to the black termination strip by the neutrino vent on the battery. This will form your positive voltage and accelerate the nano currents. Connect the white to the red and this will work for your negative current where neutrons will flow threw the space between atoms in the wire (AGM batteries which stands for Autonano grate modulation). The batteries act as a filter evening out the accelerations in the AC when they are in a ratio of two outlets to three batteries. This because they have lead hydro chloric acid and bleach in them.  Don’t try this with other ratios as it may do nothing or at worst pop a fuse! Your definately going to need four of them to quantum couple the nano cycles per second. Now we have to get our watts into our antenna and our signal out of our CB. Take the antenna out circle or inner jack and connect it to the OTHER end of the batteries red or negative terminal. Then connect the black terminal to the antenna feed line. Make sure you reconnect the shielding so it forms a closed circuit back the CB to keep out interference from the cosmic microwave background radiation (COBE and WMAPP gas) . This type of radiation can overload the GPS clock chip in the CB with Delta radiation from the sitting in the sun. Now plug it all in and you will have a 22000 volt 900kA frequency mediated digital AM signal to 554,000kWh PER SECOND !!!!!! (squared, remember hawking laws of chromium dynamics) You should be able to talk to Australia with this set up! Just remember to twist the wire nuts tight and wind the whole thing in aluminum ducting tape.

The whole thing works by combining lorrentz forces over magnetic cusps coupled through the quantum vacuum (squared). This provides AM (average modulation) through Pulse controlled Modulation effects. The same reason why if you need more power you can keep plugging extension cords to get more photo voltaics out of the system, as was discovered by the Englishman Voltaire back in the 1700's in his famous experiments with sodium pentathol and kangaroo oils.  .
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Offline Koen

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Re: In this thread we don't know quite what we are talking about...
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2017, 03:12:57 am »
Ha, the good old Voltaire mistake. Typical. I'll have you know these experiments were carried by Evelyn Beatrice Hall and reported in "The Friends of Voltaire" (1906).
 

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Re: In this thread we don't know quite what we are talking about...
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2017, 03:22:31 am »
Ha, the good old Voltaire mistake. Typical. I'll have you know these experiments were carried by Evelyn Beatrice Hall and reported in "The Friends of Voltaire" (1906).

That was completely disproven in the 1960's when Verizon Lab's Penzius and Willson discovered you could get cold plasma from grapes in the microwave. Mitt Romney believes in cold fusion and that China may become a nucler power, as soon as the 1970's!
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Re: In this thread we don't know quite what we are talking about...
« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2017, 04:59:29 am »
LOL
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