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Posted: 5/4/2015 8:09:37 PM EDT
1 - If I have an electronic component that requires 9V DC at 80mA +/- 10mA, and a power adapter that supplies 9V DC at a maximum of 800mA, will the power supply fry the electronic component?

2 - Apparently, it's possible to order 5mm spherical neodymium magnets from China. Does this mean China has greater freedom to conduct business than the USA?

3 - Is Roku even worth looking into if I already have Amazon Prime and FireTV?

4 - How badly does Chromecast suck?

5 - What "generation" is night vision in cheap digital cameras, and how does it compare to gen 1 tubes/stuff?

6 - When I got an iPhone, I suddenly became unable to recognize or understand the word "snooze." It took me several weeks to relearn the word, and even now the word seems unfamiliar. Did Apple cause me to have a stroke?

7 - Does the opening/ending credits music to Star Trek: Enterprise remind anyone else of really, really lame church music composed during the 1960s?

8 - Where can I get replacement glass for a TLR-1s?

9 - What commercial 9mm loads, if any, meet the FBI standards when fired from a Ruger LC9s?

10 - How about commercial .45 ACP loads that meet the FBI standards when fired from a 3.75" barrel?
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 8:12:22 PM EDT
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 8:15:09 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?
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It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.

wut
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It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:
Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.




ETA: Ect indeed.
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It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:
Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.


-1 x -1 = 1

-1 x -3 = 3

etc

I like that all those questions, and the first posts are answering a question that doesn't even exist on the original list
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:
Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.



Link Posted: 5/4/2015 8:18:25 PM EDT
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It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:
Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.


yes it does.

-1 * -2 = 2

-3 * -7 = 21
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 8:20:31 PM EDT
OP's Question #1: No. The supply doesn't push the current through, the load draws the current.

The same battery in you car powers the starter and the little bulbs in the dashboard, and fries neither.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 8:21:42 PM EDT
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It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:
Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.

Sorry OP, your questions won't be answered due to awesome math time.
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Link Posted: 5/4/2015 8:23:35 PM EDT

Originally Posted By tc2k11:


1 - No



2 - Yes



3 - No



4 - No experience



5 - Cheap digital cameras do not amplify visible light. They detect the IR spectrum.



6 - Stay away from tools made for dummies.



7 - Yes



8 - Optics Planet



9 - The latest 147 grain loads like HST or RA9B



10 - 45ACP does very well from short barrels. All 230gr loads that meet FBI standards from a 5" barrel will meet it in a 3.75" barrel.

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Link Posted: 5/4/2015 9:58:55 PM EDT
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It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.

Fucking Jarheads
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 10:00:05 PM EDT
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It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:
Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.


Link Posted: 5/4/2015 10:12:56 PM EDT
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-1 x -1 = 1

-1 x -3 = 3

etc

I like that all those questions, and the first posts are answering a question that doesn't even exist on the original list
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Originally Posted By Sev89:
Originally Posted By USMC0928:
Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.


-1 x -1 = 1

-1 x -3 = 3

etc

I like that all those questions, and the first posts are answering a question that doesn't even exist on the original list


 and no one answered my question.  Why?
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 10:20:21 PM EDT
Affirmative.



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Link Posted: 5/4/2015 10:29:10 PM EDT

Originally Posted By tc2k11:


1 - If I have an electronic component that requires 9V DC at 80mA +/- 10mA, and a power adapter that supplies 9V DC at a maximum of 800mA, will the power supply fry the electronic component? No, as long as the voltage is correct.



2 - Apparently, it's possible to order 5mm spherical neodymium magnets from China. Does this mean China has greater freedom to conduct business than the USA?

Yep.



3 - Is Roku even worth looking into if I already have Amazon Prime and FireTV? WTF is that?



4 - How badly does Chromecast suck? WTF is that?



5 - What "generation" is night vision in cheap digital cameras, and how does it compare to gen 1 tubes/stuff? WTF is that?



6 - When I got an iPhone, I suddenly became unable to recognize or understand the word "snooze." It took me several weeks to relearn the word, and even now the word seems unfamiliar. Did Apple cause me to have a stroke? huh?



7 - Does the opening/ending credits music to Star Trek: Enterprise remind anyone else of really, really lame church music composed during the 1960s?



8 - Where can I get replacement glass for a TLR-1s? WTF is that?



9 - What commercial 9mm loads, if any, meet the FBI standards when fired from a Ruger LC9s? don't know...load my own..



10 - How about commercial .45 ACP loads that meet the FBI standards when fired from a 3.75" barrel? don't know...load my own..
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Sorry...not much help



 
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 10:30:41 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:
Originally Posted By DopplerShift:
11.  Why does a negative number multiplied by another negative number result in a positive number?


It doesn't 1x1, 1x3, 1x5, 1x7 ect.



I think you are getting "negative" mixed up with "odd" numbers.... Maybe?

13ers gonna 13.....
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