David Loewe, Jr. wrote:
>>On 13 Nov 2006 14:03:50 -0800, "Jack Linthicum"
>>>> On Mon, 13 Nov 2006 12:49:30 -0000, "Paul Harman"
>>>> doctorwhowebguide.net> wrote:
>>>>>> The wire is, indeed, the major problem.
>>>>>So use radio.
>>>> And making integrated circuits with mud and straw is *so* easy.
>>>> Ditto transistors.
>>>> Or even vacuum tubes.
>>>Well, you have got 80 aircraft filled with ICs and a couple of hundred
>>>tons of comms and radar and sonar equipment filled with the little
>>>devils. Amplifier, switch, tuner, what have you, all ready made and
>>>there for the scrounging. Reality again.
>>Reality is that you have people who can take the ICs from unrelated
>>equipment and turn them into radios?
> REALITY is that you have 80+ RADIOS.
> There's no need to design any from scratch.
>>Technicians who, for the most
>>part, are trained to replace entire boards rather than find and then
>>replace a single faulty component on it?
> RC division will have a whole slew of ETMS grads (and probably at
> least a couple of ETC-7 grads).
>>Pull the other one, it plays "Jingle Bells"
> This is what I mean by you telling people they are wrong in their area
> of expertise.
> I would be interested in seeing your discharge papers (stating your
> electronics background) or your published works and curriculum vitae
> showing your teaching experience in electronics and naval matters as
But we're waiting for your publication list and cv for your expertise
After all, you just finished saying that in polite debate the person
making claims has to prove it!
We're waiting for your proof.