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Posted by Josepi on December 23, 2010, 1:12 am
 
daestrom may be somebody else here (quite likely) but not me. Do your
homework. I guess I forgot your schematic validity makes you braindead and
it wouldn't be likely you could think that one out for yourself.



Oh great...looks like the same guy using another troll name.

How do you keep all these anonymous names straight? Try sticking to one
troll name. This way others might believe some of what you say.

My name & email address are real...I have nothing to hide. You obviously
do. Basically I am just speaking about your credibility...for all we
know, you spend more time arguing with yourself on this newsgroup just
to make a point. What that point actually is, I have no idea.

Jim Rojas



daestrom wrote:
Only a bigot thinks that way.
daestrom




On 12/22/2010 14:32 PM, Jim Rojas wrote:
I guess I will have to start avoiding the trolls on this newsgroup...
 Only a coward hides behind anonymous postings...
 Jim Rojas



Posted by Jim Rojas on December 23, 2010, 1:16 am
 
Josepi wrote:

No need to do my homework. Your replies suggest otherwise...Curbie,
Josepi, daestrom, etc... more than likely all the same person.

A troll by any other name smells just as bad...

Jim Rojas

Posted by Josepi on December 23, 2010, 1:19 am
 OK.. I am going to help your here with the same thing I told you last year.

You have no commutation circiutry. How do you intend to create that and what
did you use to make your "already proven" circuit work...just more RPMs? Did
you use the pink RPMs or full blown red RPMs?


No need to do my homework. Your replies suggest otherwise...Curbie,
Josepi, daestrom, etc... more than likely all the same person.

A troll by any other name smells just as bad...

Jim Rojas



Posted by Jim Rojas on December 23, 2010, 1:26 am
 Josepi wrote:

Now we are getting somewhere. What is a commutation circuit? And why do
you think it's needed?

Jim Rojas



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Posted by Jim Wilkins on December 23, 2010, 1:32 am
 
Examine it quadrant by quadrant..


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