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in Climate Science
Posted March 3
Thanks for this everybody, keep well.
in Classical Physics
Thank you Kartazian and Studiot. I'm very well thanks for asking.
You have obviously "tumbled" me as a beginner and I will enjoy going through this.
I may well come back to you.
As a begginner, I know the symbols for amps, voltage, resistance, power and a tiny bit more.
Could I trouble you Kartazian to explain the symbols in your diagram please?
Ua, Vf and 1f,
Posted February 27
Yes Klaynos, Last night wasn't bad (London). I saw Orion, but you had to stare for a moment until you spotted it. (7pm right outside my South facing window).
On a clear sky in previous years it's been such a fantastic "Light show" I would have paid to get in!
I'll try that observatory Studiot.
Yes Swansont, thank you, I half expected this type of answer, just so frustrated.
Kind of you , thank you , sorry for not replying I have not been well.
Posted February 24
My wife and I always look forward to December to see the lovely Orion in the Southern sky. We live in London
There hasn't been one clear sky since December.
Why would this be please?
Keep well everyone
Posted October 6, 2020
Ok never mind.
Posted October 3, 2020
Posted October 2, 2020
Also thanks String junky, a great website. However as John C got it right, I wanted to ascertain how to check. Well beyond me. Cheers everyone and keep well.
Posted September 29, 2020
Yes John C, thank you, it was what I was getting at, beyond my beginner status.
Thanks, but is there a way to tell by using any components.
Posted September 28, 2020
Aahh, a good clean, thanks, I'll give it a try.
My wife tells me that the rechargables on our phone take longer to recharge, (she thinks).
Is it possible to tell if their life is coming to an end please? I just have a multimeter and some basic components.
Hello all, I have just found Falstad and have a couple of questions to ask please.
I connected an led to a 50 volt battery with a 100 ohm resistor. The led still lights. Shouldn't it burn out (diagramatically of course) or is it that the programme doesn't have this facility? Perhaps my sums are wrong, I am a beginner after all.
How do I have a two way (double) switch on this programme? I would like to experiment with a capacitor and a lamp.
Thanks in advance everyone.
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