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Re: What is electricity?

Post by art0hur0moh » Wed Sep 12, 2018 11:33 am

The Electron can't be defined. A Nobel prize winner in late 18th c. Proved it was a particle, only for his son 20 years later being the recipient of the same award prooving it isn't a particle. Other than inductace and resistance we have very little evidence. It can't be contaied therefore imposable to observe. It is more the case we know what it is not.

Re: What is electricity?

Post by LordRaven » Tue Aug 28, 2018 1:11 am

I find the butterfly effect an amazing phenomenon in universal terms, an action billions of miles away has an impact on particles here on earth.
Quantem physics is baffling

Re: What is electricity?

Post by Stooo » Sun Aug 26, 2018 5:12 pm

calitom wrote:
Stooo wrote:
calitom wrote:...altho it was very real to me as a child. we had a large Locke riding lawn mower that you turned off by flipping a metal piece down onto the spark plug.
Normally things would go just fine. I would drive the mower into the garage and turn it off .
One time I decided to flip the metal clip down onto the spark plug using my bare toe.---We had a 3 car garage. I was knocked completely across the garage and landed
standing up in the same position.
I am not sure if any of you have felt a force like that.It wasnt painful--but just a massive force field--like a bomb without the shrapnel.
I never mentioned it to anyone for maybe 15 yrs cuz i figured no one would believe me:):).-This happened around 1972


I cut through a lamp cord with a steak knife when I was fourteen. There was a 4mm semi circle bitten out of the knife that was plated with copper from the wire and the voltage. I ended up ten feet away, grinning...


holy s-----so you do understand.!!!!!!


I've balanced on rusty nails with a pair of Wellies on with inevitable results Tom :shake head:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by calitom » Sun Aug 26, 2018 5:09 pm

Stooo wrote:
calitom wrote:...altho it was very real to me as a child. we had a large Locke riding lawn mower that you turned off by flipping a metal piece down onto the spark plug.
Normally things would go just fine. I would drive the mower into the garage and turn it off .
One time I decided to flip the metal clip down onto the spark plug using my bare toe.---We had a 3 car garage. I was knocked completely across the garage and landed
standing up in the same position.
I am not sure if any of you have felt a force like that.It wasnt painful--but just a massive force field--like a bomb without the shrapnel.
I never mentioned it to anyone for maybe 15 yrs cuz i figured no one would believe me:):).-This happened around 1972


I cut through a lamp cord with a steak knife when I was fourteen. There was a 4mm semi circle bitten out of the knife that was plated with copper from the wire and the voltage. I ended up ten feet away, grinning...


holy s-----so you do understand.!!!!!!

Re: What is electricity?

Post by Stooo » Sun Aug 26, 2018 4:44 pm

calitom wrote:...altho it was very real to me as a child. we had a large Locke riding lawn mower that you turned off by flipping a metal piece down onto the spark plug.
Normally things would go just fine. I would drive the mower into the garage and turn it off .
One time I decided to flip the metal clip down onto the spark plug using my bare toe.---We had a 3 car garage. I was knocked completely across the garage and landed
standing up in the same position.
I am not sure if any of you have felt a force like that.It wasnt painful--but just a massive force field--like a bomb without the shrapnel.
I never mentioned it to anyone for maybe 15 yrs cuz i figured no one would believe me:):).-This happened around 1972


I cut through a lamp cord with a steak knife when I was fourteen. There was a 4mm semi circle bitten out of the knife that was plated with copper from the wire and the voltage. I ended up ten feet away, grinning...

Re: What is electricity?

Post by calitom » Sun Aug 26, 2018 4:40 pm

...altho it was very real to me as a child. we had a large Locke riding lawn mower that you turned off by flipping a metal piece down onto the spark plug.
Normally things would go just fine. I would drive the mower into the garage and turn it off .
One time I decided to flip the metal clip down onto the spark plug using my bare toe.---We had a 3 car garage. I was knocked completely across the garage and landed
standing up in the same position.
I am not sure if any of you have felt a force like that.It wasnt painful--but just a massive force field--like a bomb without the shrapnel.
I never mentioned it to anyone for maybe 15 yrs cuz i figured no one would believe me:):).-This happened around 1972

Re: What is electricity?

Post by calitom » Sun Aug 26, 2018 4:30 pm

as much science /physics as I have studied........the answer is 'something about electron flow'...in other words i have no idea;)

Re: What is electricity?

Post by art0hur0moh » Mon Mar 26, 2018 5:41 am

This you may find gives greater clarity.

http://www.i-sis.org.uk/Continuous_Crea ... Plasma.php

Re: What is electricity?

Post by art0hur0moh » Mon Mar 26, 2018 5:33 am

:( Shops no longer have carpets. Used to go shopping in eastgate mall. First hypermarket in the world I believe? Guy tried to promote idea in America but ended up moving to Australia.

Anyway, back to being a kid. No idea how I discoverd it. Rubbing feet on carpets builds up a static charge. My sister freinds and I would shuffle through the store giving each other wee electric shocks whenever we managed to catch up with others. Couldn't move to fast, if you lifted a foot the charge was lost.

Ever noticed how dramatic the effect of steals influence is on the magnetic field of a compass needle?

Re: What is electricity?

Post by art0hur0moh » Mon Mar 26, 2018 5:24 am

Rolluplostinspace wrote:I was asked this question by a 14 year old a couple of months back and struggled with an answer.
Without Googling can you answer the question?


50,000 columbs passing a point per second! (I think = 1 amp?)

Re: What is electricity?

Post by Stooo » Fri Dec 01, 2017 6:47 pm

Guest wrote:
Big Fat Frosty wrote:no
energy flows from the interaction of mass
mass is everything
gravity even distorts time
:thumbsup:


Gravity is a retarded theory by a stupid Jew, there is no such thing, it's all density & buoyancy
Theoretical Physics is for spastics - I give you Brian Cox, the BBC 'haircut' who played keyboards for D-Ream's 'things can only get better' - the fop haired wanker


So about this 2000 year old flat earth thing that you believe... :again?:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by Guest » Fri Dec 01, 2017 10:42 am

Big Fat Frosty wrote:no
energy flows from the interaction of mass
mass is everything
gravity even distorts time
:thumbsup:


Gravity is a retarded theory by a stupid Jew, there is no such thing, it's all density & buoyancy
Theoretical Physics is for spastics - I give you Brian Cox, the BBC 'haircut' who played keyboards for D-Ream's 'things can only get better' - the fop haired wanker

Re: What is electricity?

Post by Guest » Tue Oct 31, 2017 9:03 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:I was asked this question by a 14 year old a couple of months back and struggled with an answer.
Without Googling can you answer the question?

Watt?

Re: What is electricity?

Post by Keyser » Sun Sep 17, 2017 8:00 pm

The most scientific explanation I can think of it that it is the Devil's spunk? :dunno:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by Stooo » Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:55 pm

Big Fat Frosty wrote:
Big Fat Frosty wrote:intergalactic time
will be much faster
than interstellar time
no gravity wells..
:thumbsup:

it explains all that lost mass
its just traveling faster than you thought...
:thumbsup:


Mass expands when it gets close to the SOL :dunno:

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