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Neil K. Sheridan
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Thanks for following https://hackaday.io/project/165458-350-watt-true-sine-inverter
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Thanks for following the Early and low cost detection of Heart Failure project.https://hackaday.io/project/19685-early-and-low-cost-detection-of-heart-failure
I am looking at the Cavendish experiment again. Thanks. It helps to keep looking at things from many perpectives, many different times and circumstances.
I posted some interesting updates in my logs today you might want to read.
I hope you will choose a direction. Even it is following others. But if you are following, you can at least post your comments and thoughts. If you make a "project" about "why I am following these projects", you can try to clarify your interests and share your thoughts for others.
I do not see the theme in the projects you are following. Perhaps you are not even sure yourself. But it helps to try.
Are there some things you want to do? To build?
Lately I've been spending all my free time working on a CAD model and shopping.I have an academic friend who studied gravitational waves, worked at the 2 LIGO locations. Your project reminded me of the Cavendish experiment I saw on a PBS show: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cavendish_experimentFor stuff I follow it's kind of like a bookmark, often I don't have time now to read through everything, sometimes I come back to this list and read through stuff. I've left maybe 5-6 comments total on other people's projects... only when I feel I have something to contribute to the problem they're working on.I'm building the Dexter1 arm right now among other things. I'm not doing the Hackaday competition this year. The prize is nice, but I don't have the time for it now or have anything ready. Nice to see what other people are doing. Sometimes I pop into the Hack Chat and debate a bit or share something.
Andrew, I have been busy trying to set up a network of gravity monitoring stations to track earthquakes and build detailed 3d images and models of the oceans, atmosphere and interior of the earth. I don't sleep much.
Good morning Andrew and thank you for following and liking #Light Logic :-)
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