| Ronald Thomas|
Gainesville, Fl, USA
My Posts: All Forum Topic
You are not alone. I call this the "Thread Timeline" as you can look through all of those so called threads and see this pattern VERY clearly.
Actually I have had enough of your carefully managed threads that go on for pages and pages and pages, while referencing textbook formulas, and ignoring the real world.
Maybe we should tell all the engineers who design battery powered devices, from portable power tools, to laptops, to automobiles that they should stop increasing voltage levels the way they have been doing.
Clearly they are all suffering from some kind of mass delusion that has them all convinced that high voltage is more efficient and practical.
(1) Make up a problem
(2) Create a thread that tries to "fix" said issue
(3) COMPLETELY discount ANY real world relevance
(4) Point fingers at everyones solutions but your own without actually solving the issue OR offering a DEFINITIVE answer to the problem.
(5) When challenged, state you are an "engineer" to gain credibility
(6) Put anyone who challenges your opinions on your ignore list so they cannot comment.
(7) Call them childish
(8) State once again you are an engineer because it didn't work the first time.
(9) Close the thread and start at number one with a new "problem" again when the need for attention arises.
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