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RE: Global climate change...in Iceland

The hard part is deciding which is which.That's made much easier by weighing the hard evidence and deciding for yourself. And by evidence I'm talking about publications like Scientific American and National Geographic, not Fox news and Breitbart. If you allow yourself to believe the facts I think you'll find it difficult to come to any other conclusion that it's man who doing this to himself.
2oldman 03/26/17 10:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Global climate change...in Iceland

Fortunately there are smart, dedicated folks in that paygrade and we should thank them for their hard work. JMO.And I agree with your opinion. That's why they get paid and paid well to do what they do. I don't second-guess my dentist or the weatherman.
2oldman 03/26/17 05:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: Global climate change...in Iceland

Wow, that'll surely convience me.There is no conviencing you. That would be like convincing a Trump supporter his president isn't doing such a hot job.
2oldman 03/26/17 04:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Global climate change...in Iceland

Do you have any sense of what it takes to reach a conclusion in the modern scientific world? Read up on the "scientific method" which has been in use since the 17th century.X2. It's just a lot of plain old hard work. The scientific knowledge we know and accept today was gained through diligence and painstaking effort.
2oldman 03/26/17 04:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Suburban Colonial white door touchup paint

Thinking of Jack Daniel's?
2oldman 03/26/17 03:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: ATT Wifi Manager Log in ???

I also tried http://192.168.1.1Isn't that the standard address of your own router?
2oldman 03/26/17 03:24pm Technology Corner
RE: Global climate change...in Iceland

Its not science any more. Its people making a case to protect their own arse.You can easily make that case for the lead industry in the 60s and the petroleum industry now. It just comes down to which side you think has the more reasonable case, given the facts as presented to the "jury". It's not about making a perfect case, it's about making a reasonable and prudent one.
2oldman 03/26/17 03:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Global climate change...in Iceland

I wish someone would do a scientific study on how many conspiracies the average person can retain in great detail before the mind can take no more.x2.. I think.
2oldman 03/26/17 03:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: 70 amp charger cooking 12v LEDs?

From the site: "This product is only for DC12V, if your car voltage higher than 12V, please use the constant current bulb."
2oldman 03/26/17 12:23pm Tech Issues
RE: Global climate change...in Iceland

If you think the pushback against GCC is bad, consider the life of Galileo. His declaration that the earth was NOT the center of our solar system almost got him executed, since it contradicted passages in the Bible. He spent the rest of his life in exile for espousing (and proving) something that was true, but was roundly rejected by the church and therefore most of humanity. Rejection of science is nothing new. It took 20 years to get the lead out of gasoline, although there were plenty of paid scientists to declare it was not harmful. We accept the science we grew up with: earth is not 4000 years old, light travels really fast, the moon is not cheese, nobody lives on Mars, and space is really big. But somehow when we get older, science becomes a big debate and the noise gets really loud.
2oldman 03/26/17 11:13am General RVing Issues
RE: 70 amp charger cooking 12v LEDs?

Is there any wisdom to adding a large inline voltage regulator between the new battery and the distribution panel to protect LEDs, slide motors, etc?If you really want to go this route (to keep your LEDs), Victron makes a line of DC voltage converters that should do the job. Just make sure you get one with a high enough amp rating. I use one on my 48v system to knock it down to a steady 12.9vdc. It never varies.
2oldman 03/26/17 11:04am Tech Issues
RE: Standard TV Park Rules - clear as can be........

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2oldman 03/26/17 10:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Standard TV Park Rules - clear as can be........

"Bar bouncer needed. Brains over bronze preferred."lolHow about "I could care less" which actually means they care some?Yep, hear that a lot. Or is it "allot"?
2oldman 03/26/17 10:28am General RVing Issues
RE: 70 amp charger cooking 12v LEDs?

Will using one of the upgraded 70amp Progressive Dynamics charger/converters fry my new 12v LEDs (unregulated version)? The new converters are 14.8v, will that hurt the LEDs? Is there any wisdom to adding a large inline voltage regulator between the new battery and the distribution panel to protect LEDs, slide motors, etc?Yes. Yes. No. Get better LEDs.
2oldman 03/26/17 10:27am Tech Issues
RE: Propane Tank Refilling Denied

Go on Amazon and check their reviews. I think there's 100 of them.
2oldman 03/25/17 09:01pm Tech Issues
RE: Verizon Unlimited Data

I still don't get enough speed to consistently view streaming video.I can stream very well with almost any 4G connection.
2oldman 03/25/17 03:31pm Technology Corner
RE: Standard TV Park Rules - clear as can be........

I didn't know what you meant by that so I looked it up. According to these guys it is OK to say that.Can't is a negative. Hardly is a negative. That's a double negative. According to what you cited, then " I can't hardly wait" is the same as "I can hardly wait." I don't know what "soften a negative" means, as your link says. That makes no sense to me. I googled "soften a negative" and in no case was that done using double negatives. Merriam goes on to say this: "Use of hardly with a negative verb is a speech form; it is most commonly heard in Southern and Midland speech areas. In other speech areas and in all discursive prose, hardly is normally used with a positive (you can hardly find a red one)." A 'speech form' means that's a regional vernacular, meaning: the way people talk. English does allow that from time to time, but not from a logical perspective. Another speech form would be "I didn't tell nobody", but so far I don't believe that's accepted.
2oldman 03/25/17 02:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Portable Induction Cooktops

The first few shown on Amazon are 1800w, so yeah, that's a lot.
2oldman 03/25/17 01:35pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Global climate change...in Iceland

Waste of time discussing, but always entertaining, like politics.
2oldman 03/25/17 12:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: Moab trip canceled due to Ram QC

itself
2oldman 03/25/17 10:30am Tow Vehicles
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