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    Ohm's Law 2 1/2
    From: Doug Royer
    Date: 2004 Oct 18, 10:34 -0700

    Thank you George and all for indulging me on this.George explained his pos
    and I now see what he meant.
    I don't have Geaorge's in depth scientific understanding of things.I know
    enough about certain things to be considered dangerous but not enough to
    fully understand them.
    Yes,George,I was lumping in the power portion of what I was told was part of
    Ohm's law.And that is why I was questioning what you stated.
    
    The 1st 3 parts of Ohm's Law :
    V = I x R ; I = V / R ; R = V / I
    
    The 1st 3 parts of the Power(Ohm's ? )Law :
    P = V x I ; V = P / I ; I = P / V
    
    Now we can put this to rest.
    
    Bruce,I'll send you my address today.Thank you.
    The voyage was Not entirely pleasant in the least.We took a few NOAA
    technicians out past the Tanner/Cortez Banks off the California coast to
    upgrade systems on a weather platform.
    Stormy,blustery weather the entire time.Because of the banks,where we had to
    position the vessel to complete the task,that rise to less than a fathom(in
    some places) from 600-700 fathoms fairly steeply.It was a nightmare because
    of the size,period and direction of the waves and the proximety of the
    vessel's bottom and sides to the rocks while completing the tasks.
    Needless to say none of us had any cocktails(even for medicinal purpuses).
    
    
    

       
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