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RE: Baby Boy!
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- Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 08:14:17 -0700
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Original poster: "David Trimmell" <humanb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hey Dan, congratulations! Having a child is a real life changer (for the
better!), believe me! Wish you a baby that sleeps though the night (not!)
but who needs sleep!
Yeah, as far as I could get name wise was my wife named our dog Nikoli. I
had to re-tell her that Tesla's name was Nikola! But it stuck anyways...
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Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2005 7:35 PM
Subject: Re: Baby Boy!
Original poster: Terry Fritz <teslalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I think you can wind the secondary on one of those plastic baby
bottles. There is that plastic ring toy by Fisher Price that goes from
smaller to larger "toroids" that has the perfect forms for the top load.
:-) Not much metal in baby stuff, but cribs used to have 1/4 inch steel
slide rods to bend the primary from. If he can get used to cold formula,
he won't be needing that microwave oven transformer for warming bottles
:o) Probably plenty of plastics and foil stuff for the primary cap...
Even baby Tesla coil builders have to use what they have available :O)))
At 07:36 PM 3/23/2005, you wrote:
>Just to let everyone know, my wife Lenka gave birth to our first baby
>yesterday at 2:30pm EST.
>Michael Josef McCauley
>7 lbs, 5 oz
>I wanted to name him Nikola, but Lenka just wouldn't go for it!
>Now, to build his first tesla coil!