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Regarding “There’s a book in circulation revealing how average citizens commit an average of 3 felonies a day without realizing. Perhaps writing such a book was illegal.”
There is a distinction between reporting that illegal activity occurs and providing instructions on how to do so.
P. S. I deleted the first link so there is no doubt ab…[Read more]
Whether in quotes or not, bailing in this sentence has a clear meaning and if you read again the first sentence I quoted it is also clear that you authored same. I did not offer any reasons at all, nor did I agree that bailing is happening…I simply stated that based on what we do not know about the status of the missing we cannot assign…[Read more]
Quoting: “Like Artisan mentioned in a nearby thread no one is “bailing” from this forum. The persons missing in action are in an unknown status… no one has a clue where they are.”
This statement is self inconsistent. If their status is unknown then it is also unknown whether or not they have “bailed”. Let’s hope not but let’s also not draw co…[Read more]
I scanned the article and noted that it is not a good description of the current theories of quantum actions and then noted it was published in 1998.
The best way I have found in my attempts to understand this subject is to view it in terms of probabilities, as suggested by Richard Feynman. At the quantum level reality exists in a state of…[Read more]
“Now only a few of us log in to post about low power radio, only to face scolding if what we write doesn’t match that of a 12-year old starter.”
Maybe comments and misinformation such as this is a factor.
Kangaroo court? Yep, it appears that I am on trial for posting an opinion that part of a post seemed silly. I was trying to understand the original post prior to being suspected of having an “issue”, a comment which I also sought to understand.
Carl lastly posted “What our serious colleague judged as “silly” wasn’t originally meant to be sill…[Read more]
Responding to comments in quotes:
Why post it?
“Whether I was “silly” or not is not the main issue… it is your apparent disregard for what you deem “silly”.”
I don’t even know what you mean by this. Obviously, I read it and am responding to it…hardly a disregard. This is the “main issue”? What “issue”? Are you trying to make one?…[Read more]
The EDM should be OK as long as you limit its range. It is sometimes confusing about “compliant” vs. “certified”. Compliant generally means the unit meets the FCC technical specifications of 15.239 as claimed by the manufacturer or seller, where certified means it has been tested to do so by a FCC acceptable laboratory. Neither is a gu…[Read more]
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Regarding the license free use of a transmitter on the FM broadcast band, such operation in the US is governed by Part 15. 239 of the FCC rules. There is no power restriction but there is a field strength restriction which effectively limits your expected range to about 200…[Read more]
We received a query from a visitor and it is copied here. Let’s see if we can help him with this:
The guys over at BMI gave me your information. I am trying to create a Low power FM station for my Christmas display. I sync lights up to music and like to have Christmas music playing 24/7 for the neighbors and myself, so I can tune it…[Read more]
About a fortnight ago we hosted a get-together for our neighborhood residents and attending was my neighbor from one door diagonally across the street. During general chat with him he mentioned, and I paraphrase, “You know I am a lawyer but I want to ask you something…I don’t care if it is not legal and will not report you but I am cu…[Read more]
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