And might I add that smoke, not electricity, is carried by wires in your
car. Smoke is converted to electricity at the point where wires connect to a
device like a motor. A damaged wire may leak smoke at the point where the
smoke conduit is broken. If you have ever had smoke come from your wires,
further inspection will reveal that the cause was a cracked smoke conduit.
BTW, I know this is off topic but I would like to know when my solar
collector box is full. I have been collecting sunlight in it all day but I
haven't figured out how to tell when the mirrors are full.
From: Bob Howard [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2000 12:58 PM
Cc: Gonaj@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com;
Subject: Re: In search of Better Brakes...
Partly. It provides the effect of additional downforce, but without the
disadvantages. Properly bled, and free of bubbles, it ionizes the
turbulent air that eddies behind SUVs. That ionized air then touches the
rolling surfaces of the tires and alters their surface molecular
structure so that they achieve a tenacious adhesion against asphalt and
concrete pavings. The developers were pleased with the unintended
benefit that it adds no weight to the load placed on the suspension, as
the 372.6 kg weight of the lead-lined radiation chamber is perfectly
offset by the counter-gravitaional repelling force against the earth's
iron core. While this effect does mean that one may not drive through
older iron tunnels or over truss bridges which have overhead
reinforcements, a careful navigator can get most anywhere in the USA with
a little planning of route. Check out the article in Fluid Hysteresis
Quarterly mag, 1 April issue.
On Tue, 25 Apr 2000 07:01:27 -0600 (MDT) James Nazarian Jr
> I'm curious, does it involve greater downforce, larger tires, and
> James Nazarian
> '71 B roadster
> '71 BGT rust free and burnt orange
> '63 Buick 215
> On Tue, 25 Apr 2000 Gonaj@aol.com wrote:
> > A chemist friend of mine has developed a cocktail to replace the
> standard DOT
> > 4 or DOT 5 brake fluid. It is not commercially available, you
> have to
> > collect the ingredients and mix it yourself but it will double the
> > power of a standard system.
> > George