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Re: Trial and error
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Original poster: Karl Lindheimer <karl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Since experimenting with Tesla Coils involves many branches of science, I
would certainly encourage several years of Quantum Physics research, as
well as a healthy dose of Electrical Engineering knowledge before
attempting one's first TC. It also helps to know first aid, as well as
fire fighting techniques and insurance claim protocols. It never hurts to
revisit ones Will from time to time.
I hope this answers your question.
"Original poster: "Steven Steele" <sbsteele@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Have any of you guys ever just built a good TC by trial and error?
Or do ya'll always do quantom physics calculations first?