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The Boy Electrician – The Best Lab Guide for Beginners

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The Boy Electrician – The Best Lab Guide for Beginners

Boy-Electrician

 

A truly excellent volume that takes us through the advances of electrical science one step at a time and from the very beginning. It is written for young boys but as a middle aged budding new scientist I found it to be the best book I have yet found to guide a raw new comer to electrical science. It is full of simple experiments and how to build guides. This book is over 100 years old and absolute Gold!

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“ONCE upon a time, and this is a true tale, a boy had a whole railroad system for a toy. The train ran automatically, propelled by tiny electric motors, the signals went up and down, the station was reached, a bell rang, the train moved on again and was off on its journey around many feet of track to come back over the old route. The boy viewed his gift with raptured eyes, and then his face changed and he cried out in the bitterness of his disappointment:

” But what do I do? ”

The toy was so elaborate that the boy was\r\nleft entirely out of the play. Of course he did not like it. His crying tells a long story.

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By | 2017-05-08T18:04:42+00:00 June 20th, 2013|Uncategorized|4 Comments

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  • Geoff

    Hello TZ,

    Thank you for all of the work on this sight and with Prof D.

    I am also a middle aged scientific explorer. By trade I have been many things but mostly a welder/machinist/fabricator. I have returned to school and am pursuing a degree in Engineering (Mechanical, to avoid as many lies as possible). A large part of my motivation to return to school was to learn about mathematics. For more than 20 years I have studied philosophy and “alternative” scientific ideas on my own. Some of it was crap, and some of it was not, but as the scientific ideas I read about got more serious so did the use of math which I just did not understand. I feel a bit better now that I am done with Calc. II. I still have to add a lot on my won since the specifics that I need to work with this “Dollard” type tech. are not covered as well as I would like. By the way that book “Exponentials Made Easy, or The Story of Epsilon” is excellent. Sooo much better to learn from than the $200 dollar text they made me buy.

    A few years ago I ran across some documents called “Alchemical Manual For This Millenium vols. 1& 2.” I read them and they were interesting, but they have become much more interesting since all this information has come out of the E.P.D.Aether movement. So much so in fact that I considered printing out copies of them and sending them to Eric. I decided against this since I know he is very busy and probably has too much fan mail.

    These manuscripts are “channeled” and that is weird, but it seems so unlikely that the scribe was a fraud since she (now passed away) was so very obscure and never tried to gain from the writings. Not to mention she was an artist with no scientific background. Regardless I think the content is worth a gander.

    The more I listen and read within Prof. D’s line of knowledge the more I am drawn back to ideas in these manuscripts. They are especially interesting in how they treat space. There are so many principals in them that seem to jive with what the Prof. talks about. Anyhow, if you, or anyone else, get a chance to read them you may find them interesting and hopefully useful. They can be downloaded from Scribd, and other places on the web. The author/scribe was Aaity Olsen.

    Study on,

    Geoff

  • Geoff

    I forgot to mention that the manuscripts are purely conceptual and contain no mathematics. Demonstration by experiment and description with math is left to us.

  • Peter Harris
  • Geoff

    That is a nicer link to download the Manual from than Scribd.

    Aaity’s Facebook page is being maintained by her friend Carol McLeod, who has also inherited all of Aaity’s materials concerning the manuscripts since her passing. Some of this material is from a manuscript that she never got the chance to publish. Carol welcomes contact, and is willing to give those who are interested access to these materials. She is listed in the friends on Aaity’s FB page.

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