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Why would "Synthetic control-line electrical conductivity" be locked?

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Post  fredvon4 on Sat Oct 15, 2016 12:55 pm

I tried to respond after Ron's post and the topic is locked

very curious

I was going to add... At certain VOLTAGES EVERY THING, Including Air, can be a conductor

All dielectrics...(so called insulators) have a break down voltage

More on this subject after I find out why the topic is locked
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Re: Why would "Synthetic control-line electrical conductivity" be locked?

Post  Admin on Sat Oct 15, 2016 1:17 pm

Huh... Not sure what happened there, I don't see any reason why it should've been locked. One of the mods must have bumped the button. It's unlocked now.

Sorry about that.

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Re: Why would "Synthetic control-line electrical conductivity" be locked?

Post  fredvon4 on Sat Oct 15, 2016 1:40 pm

Jacob... considering the thread did not have anything controversial or evil in it I did assume it was a fat finger cause

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Re: Why would "Synthetic control-line electrical conductivity" be locked?

Post  Cribbs74 on Sat Oct 15, 2016 3:26 pm

I locked it, nobody is allowed to have the last word or contradict me. Ever! Smile

Seriously though, it's totally possible that I fat fingered...
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Re: Why would "Synthetic control-line electrical conductivity" be locked?

Post  roddie on Sat Oct 15, 2016 5:06 pm

I had second thoughts about starting the thread.. If it were locked because of it's title/subject.. I would understand. I thought about liability. Apparently it's locking was unintentional.. or should we say; an "accident". Accidents can be avoided though awareness. I decided to post the topic.. and get feedback. I did.. and it was all good IMO. We all should observe safety foremost.. and always.
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Re: Why would "Synthetic control-line electrical conductivity" be locked?

Post  RknRusty on Mon Oct 17, 2016 9:54 pm

fredvon4 wrote:......I was going to add... At certain VOLTAGES EVERY THING, Including Air, can be a conductor

All dielectrics...(so called insulators) have a break down voltage...
Yeah and if the conditions are right, the electrons(current) will just crawl right across the outside of it... and gitcha!... I think that was also mentioned in other words back in the original thread.

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