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  1. We are, but the original subject has been...

    We are, but the original subject has been answered nicely, so I'm letting it wander wherever it goes.

    Stuff like that happens. If it does not get nasty and personal, I'm good with it wandering.
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    Gap bed is another British lathe feature,...

    Gap bed is another British lathe feature, uncommon in small US. Particularly a permanent gap type with no "filler piece"..
  3. [QUOTE=lucky7;3790654] Actually, the...

    Actually, the refining only has to be rudimentary, in no way enough to build a bomb from the material, other than a "dirty" chemical bomb, which you can do with a lot of things.

    That's the point,...
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    The dovetail ways, and handwheel on the right...

    The dovetail ways, and handwheel on the right seem to suggest not an Atlas. Agree it seems English.
  5. Chernobyl was a bad design and a really stupid...

    Chernobyl was a bad design and a really stupid test being done.

    Fukushima had nothing to do with the reactors.... it was stupid placement of the backup generators that turned the situation to a...
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    I like yours having the needed tools right with...

    I like yours having the needed tools right with it. Good feature, I didn't do that.
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    Eh, that is pretty close to my shop-made storage...

    Eh, that is pretty close to my shop-made storage system...... Is that a factory kit and box?


    http://i.imgur.com/FT2qZFN.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/jrYlWnb.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/1PmvvQw.jpg...
  8. [QUOTE=jim rozen;3790528] The IFR is not a...

    The IFR is not a breeder that makes usable bomb material. There are idiot politicians who do not understand that, and do not want to. Some are libercrats, and some are "Becausewecans".
    ...
  9. Don't know about your location, but our recycling...

    Don't know about your location, but our recycling program makes enough money to continue and almost pay for itself. Most of the stuff gets sold to places that want it. They pay because they use...
  10. [QUOTE=jim rozen;3790429] The problem is...

    The problem is that 98% of the energy is STILL IN the "spent" fuel. IFR reactors (killed by Klinton) burn it down to nearly nothing.

    Nuclear, done right, is cheaper than no power.

    Canada...
  11. How silly...... PUMPED HYDRO is a "load" at...

    How silly......

    PUMPED HYDRO is a "load" at night when it is being pumped.

    A renewable grid with NO ties to fossil base load, and no use of natural hydro, nuclear etc? Only in very special...
  12. NO large "base load" plant can be turned off...

    NO large "base load" plant can be turned off quickly, or started up quickly. Nature of the beast. Marine are a different animal.
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    For a mill, table size is a big deal, as is the...

    For a mill, table size is a big deal, as is the "travel", how far you can move the table before it hits something or runs off the feed screw.

    So is the number of t-slots.... you want three. A...
  14. ROTFLMAO............ Why would aluminum plants...

    ROTFLMAO............ Why would aluminum plants go there? Because they have power to spare. Power is cheap. Hydropower is available, and geothermal, I think hydro is considerably bigger than...
  15. Nope......... sayin so don't make it so. ...

    Nope......... sayin so don't make it so.

    Disprove the facts, and then we can talk.

    We have pumped storage here. It works too, but at a low efficiency. And it is used for peaking power,...
  16. "Obviously wrong?" You make me laugh at...

    "Obviously wrong?"

    You make me laugh at you.

    The "sources" you posted include what can only be described as "loads".

    Pumped hydro is a relatively severely inefficient source. And...
  17. Force? Not quite yet, but you simply will not be...

    Force? Not quite yet, but you simply will not be able to buy an IC vehicle from many vendors within 8 years.

    How long do you think those companies will continue to supply repair parts?

    In the...
  18. It is effectively delta-delta, yes. The...

    It is effectively delta-delta, yes.

    The actual internal wiring is like a high leg 3 phase, but the center tap is not brought out. So the only connection options are as delta-delta.

    There is...
  19. Well, not quite....... Why would you think that?...

    Well, not quite....... Why would you think that?

    There are tolerances on everything. Wire, crimpers, wire, terminal material, coatings, etc. But, most crimper dies close on ground surfaces of...
  20. Hah...... The holes may not be sharp-edged, but...

    Hah...... The holes may not be sharp-edged, but the oil grooves ARE!

    Lay the edges of those cross-grooves over to a shallow taper.
  21. I'd bet those holes are nearly sharp-edged. ...

    I'd bet those holes are nearly sharp-edged. Doing an X, especially if the edges are rounded off so the oil can get "wiped under" the edges, should do fine.

    A sharp edged hole tends to scrape up...
  22. The key issue with crimpers is whether or not you...

    The key issue with crimpers is whether or not you can find the dimensions of the final crimp, with tolerances. And if you have a mic that will measure them, which is usually one with blade or pin...
  23. Thread: Skinner Chuck Key

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    Those things were made in most sizes. I have an...

    Those things were made in most sizes. I have an assortment in various sizes in a drawer somewhere. Every time I think about getting rid of them I think again about the ones now in use around here....
  24. Not the case here. And not the case with the...

    Not the case here. And not the case with the service entrance cable either. Nor with the wire from the transformer a couple poles away.
  25. The US 200A, and a Netherlands 30A, may not...

    The US 200A, and a Netherlands 30A, may not actually be that much different..... The feed for that 200A service is through some aluminum conductors, that even for single wires would need to be 1/0...
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