30132Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: can a terminal damage a computer?
- Apr 7, 2013Josh,Unless you have a DC feed from the power co., you are not getting any new electrons , only the same ones jogged back and forth. You might, however, be sharing some with your neighbors who are on the same transformer. It might be worthwhile to invest in a whole house isolation transformer to assure that you don’t get defective electrons from your neighbors. Can’t be too careful these days.Duane
--- In mailto:midatlanticretro%40yahoogroups.com, B Degnan <billdeg@...> wrote:
> >your useful suggestions. I was burying the ground line in a coffee can full of dirt but I should be adding water occasionally to keep it a little muddy. That keeps the electrons flowing better.
> Thanks everyone for
> Sent from my PDP
lol. On this note, I think the electric company may be giving us used electrons (and charging us for new ones). I have no way to verify this, does anyone here have an electron microscope?
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