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Teenager Invents Cheap Solar Panel From Human Hair

codewritinfool Built-in overload detector (366 comments)

When you overload this solar panel it stinks.

more than 5 years ago
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Microsoft Family Safety Filter Blocks Google

codewritinfool Re:First Post! (332 comments)

You might try OpenDNS too. Works for my house.

more than 5 years ago
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Robo-Arm Signatures Are Legal, Gov't Buys One

codewritinfool Re:long pen (154 comments)

No one wants your longpenis machine.

more than 5 years ago
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Robo-Arm Signatures Are Legal, Gov't Buys One

codewritinfool Re:The real question (154 comments)

In a practical sense, I doubt that movement would be at all fluid in the system you propose. The pen would only move when the magnetic force on the second motor was high enough to overcome the friction losses. The result is non-fluid movement, or no movement at all if the input was subtle enough. The second part of your comment doesn't make sense to me. Digitization artifacts are a function of the A/D conversion, not of the transport mechanism. Over a telephone, that is remedied by time.

more than 5 years ago
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Robo-Arm Signatures Are Legal, Gov't Buys One

codewritinfool Re:Great Idea (154 comments)

This is very similar to what Alexander Bell was thinking about before he invented (or didn't) the telephone. Seriously. You can read about it in "The Telephone Gambit".

more than 5 years ago

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