How to properly make a ground!!!!!


jco1385

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there can not be negative resistance //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/fyi.gif.9f1f679348da7204ce960cfc74bca8e0.gif

that's like a black hole or something... lol

 

Stephen_c

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there can not be negative resistance //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/fyi.gif.9f1f679348da7204ce960cfc74bca8e0.gif
that's like a black hole or something... lol
superconductors //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/confused.gif.e820e0216602db4765798ac39d28caa9.gif

after we figure that shit out our cars will fly

 

Papermaker85

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wow......

 

Papermaker85

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negtive resistance? 0 resistance means trafer is 100% efficient.. i DO know that cermic in a plasmic state IS a super conductor, but it has resistance.. if it didn't it would aloow currecnt to flow freely AKA short..

what more interesting is tesla theory of wireless enegry transfer, using simply the mocules matter is made up of... scraches head....

 

Virindok

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I'm currently using the metal below the spare tire in my car, is this safe? I didn't drill anything. I'm using the post the tire goes onto. And yes I scraped away the paint. This seemed like the best spot but not sure now that I've read some of these posts....

 

Bad_dude

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if i neglected anything someone please add it
How about pics? //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/smile.gif.1ebc41e1811405b213edfc4622c41e27.gif It's not a neglect but for a newb like me, it helps greatly.

Thanks,

 

nate757

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good info here

 

Heide264

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FWIW I made a couple bad mistakes on one of my circuit tests and ended up with a negative resistor... I labeled it "Black magic" and boxed my answer... I got zero points. So if anybody finds something along those lines, lemme know so I can get my points back //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/smile.gif.1ebc41e1811405b213edfc4622c41e27.gif

 

loudjeta

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what i do is find a good spot.get my drill and drill a hole it fit a 5/16 in bolt.scrape away the paint on the terminal side.you will need someone to help you when you put the nut on the bolt //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/wink.gif.608e3ea05f1a9f98611af0861652f8fb.gif

 

arniek

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I have had noise problems in the past due to ground problems. I found that the thing that works for me is to run all my equipment grounds to a dist. block and then a large wire, at least 4 gauge, directly to the neg. battery terminal. Works for me, does anyone else do this?

 

MakeshiftAudio

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Wow. I can't believe it.

WOW.

You can't measure the resistance of something with a volt meter if there is a voltage potential between the measurement points.

Possibly the most epic fail ever. What makes it so failtastic is that no one has caught that he's trying to measure resistance across a battery.

 

AlterEgo99

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Wow. I can't believe it.WOW.

You can't measure the resistance of something with a volt meter if there is a voltage potential between the measurement points.

Possibly the most epic fail ever. What makes it so failtastic is that no one has caught that he's trying to measure resistance across a battery.
X2

 

Rocky213

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what about if i use a big factory bolt in the back (SUV) like the one holding the seats its a big black bolt should the bolt have to be grinded down to bare metal too or does the bolt not matter and is that a good ground

 

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