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Old 12-02-2010, 06:12 PM   #31
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How does a wire with zero resistance heat up?
Is there such thing as a wire with zero resistance? If there is, I'm still not sure what this phenomena has to do with this discussion.
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Zero resistance no heat at the nut.
What nut? Why is there no resistance? Heat? Like I said yesterday, your posts are barely comprehensible.

Please, explain your point like an adult.
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Many electricians use this practice so they must be promoting this dangerous activity.
What practice? Are you back to talking about splicing all the wires together in hopes of making a dead short to blow a circuit up if energized? If so, can you please cite those "many electrician" who do this? Thanks.
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Again you are entitled to your opinion as silly as it is
My opinion is based off of many years of experience along with formal and informal training.

I many be wrong, but you have not said a single thing to prove it.
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and you can promote your dagerous activity.
I have not promoted any dangerous activity. You said that a few times now, everytime you say it I respond and ask you to show how I am promoting anything dangerous, but you just ignore that. So for the last time, explain what I have said that is promoting other people to do something dangerous.

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Why don't you pose the same question a a contractors website and see how answers you get to the question about propely terminsting and abandoning a wire.
Why would I do that? I already know the answer. It is you that has the issue.
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Well you a a " licensed contractor". Woopy t effin doo.
Let me ask you a question, who is a better source of information on a particular subject, someone who is a professional in that field? Or some guy on the internet who writes like a 2nd grader and can't give a straight answer or prove his point to save his life?

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Old 12-02-2010, 07:39 PM   #32
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Is there such thing as a wire with zero resistance? If there is, I'm still not sure what this phenomena has to do with this discussion.
What nut? Why is there no resistance? Heat? Like I said yesterday, your posts are barely comprehensible.

Please, explain your point like an adult.
What practice? Are you back to talking about splicing all the wires together in hopes of making a dead short to blow a circuit up if energized? If so, can you please cite those "many electrician" who do this? Thanks.
My opinion is based off of many years of experience along with formal and informal training.

I many be wrong, but you have not said a single thing to prove it.
I have not promoted any dangerous activity. You said that a few times now, everytime you say it I respond and ask you to show how I am promoting anything dangerous, but you just ignore that. So for the last time, explain what I have said that is promoting other people to do something dangerous.

Why would I do that? I already know the answer. It is you that has the issue.
Let me ask you a question, who is a better source of information on a particular subject, someone who is a professional in that field? Or some guy on the internet who writes like a 2nd grader and can't give a straight answer or prove his point to save his life?
Actually you don't. You should try to rapping your, small retared cranky little brain around the concept of a resitance heater. The resistance of the wire is negliable, and if you half a brain you donkey it would have to be spelled out to you. I tried to be as polite as possible but you, have been nothing but rude and obnoxious.. I wonder how qualified of an electrician you are if you are even that, or just pretending??? I guess none will ever know or care. See ya dh.
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Old 12-02-2010, 07:52 PM   #33
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You should try rapping
I did, but I wasn't any good so I became an electrician.

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