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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: TURMEL: Supreme Court Clerk moves to dismiss Hitzig appeal Reply with quote

Stop the spamming you idiot. You stupid fucking worthless idiot.

"John Turmel" <bc726@FreeNet.Carleton.CA> wrote in message
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"Epimetheus" (Epimetheus@hotmail.com) writes:
"John Turmel" <bc726@FreeNet.Carleton.CA> wrote in message

JCT: More trouble from Her Majesty The Clerk of the Supreme
Court of Canada.

I honestly don't give a f*** about your legal problems. Why do you see
fit to
spam newsgroups with your off topic bullshit?

Jct: To people in the group with unimpaired grey matter,
it's not off topic.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: TURMEL: blah blah blah <-- PLONK!!! Reply with quote

Gladly plonked this windbag.



bc726@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (John Turmel) wrote in news:cv63qc$asm$1
@theodyn.ncf.ca:

Quote:

JCT: I didn't think the Le Droit article promising a pre-
trial in weeks would keep Dominic turned off too long when
the alternative was to NOT try to get out again; for free.
Besides, he's found out the Le Droit article was completely
untrue and his pre-trial is in May.

So he's ready to go back and give it another shot. So I
prepared another set of documents for him with the the
affidavit of particulars which Justice Plouffe had told him
was missing the last time. What's sad is that instead of
pointing out each of the 7 questions to be answered, Judge
Plouffe could have elicited the simple answers and saved him
the extra 3 weeks in jail on a dead law.

His girl-friend brought them to the jail on Wednesday before
noon but instead of him getting them signed and back to her
in 2 hours like the last time, the jailers decided not to
give him the documentation until Friday. Think about that.
The "jailer" decided to delay his release by 2 days.
Imagine. The jailer did it.

Remember when the jailer didn't transmit the South Notice of
Inmate Appeal for 2 days which gave me the time to open the
file first! I think a system stinks which gives the jailer
the power to keep a prisoner's release documentation away
from him for extra days. That's real dirty.

But because he still has Jacques Belley registered as his
lawyer, the Crown won't file the motion to have him
transported to court and we had to pick up the Motion for an
Inmate's appearance for Dominic to sign with his Motion for
release. It's a court form that simply has to he signed by
the applicant and then the court clerks take care of the
rest.

So his documents were sworn in the afternoon and his
girlfriend then had to follow these instructions. Keep in
mind that but for the missing affidavit, the documentation
worked to get him before the judge the last time and the
judge invited him back on 2 days notice with the completed
forms. So it should have been a cinch.

Apportez une copie de la requete a la couronne (1ier etage)
et demandez qu'ils signent pour la signification sur le
derriere d'une autre copie.
Apportez la copie avec signification au greffe (rez de
chausser) avec la requete pour comparution.

Bring one copy of the motion to the Crown (1st floor) and
ask them to sign service on the back of another copy.
Bring the copy with the service to the clerk (ground floor)
with the motion for appearance.

Not hard, right? Wrong. The Crown wouldn't sign for service
saying that the papers weren't done right. She didn't know
what to do. We know we'd have just left a copy and written a
short affidavit of service on the back and gotten it sworn.

Then at the registrar's office, they pointed out that the
old file number was no longer good since it had been
dismissed. They didn't tell her she could have a new number.

And they told her she'd have to file in Montreal! I didn't
know Justice Plouffe and the Superior Court had moved.

So they really jerked her around. Imagine, the documentation
that worked fine to get him in Gatineau the last time and
now she's being told she has to go to Montreal.

So I'll be going to Ottawa-Gatineau on Monday to bulldoze
the motion onto the court docket like Judge Plouffe said he
could with the same, more complete" documentation too. Let
them try to tell me why what worked before doesn't work
anymore.

There are now over a dozen inmates in that one little jail
who realize that if Krieger applies to Gravel, Krieger
applies to them too! And he got no answer on whether the
Krieger Supreme Court card wins last time, he only got the
answer that the paperwork wasn't done right. And now it is
and he's going to find out if Krieger has enough of a chance
to warrant his getting out with no conditions.

One quick point about Belley's comment in Le Droit that the
Krieger card had "no chance" of winning. I witnessed his
interview and he said he thought it had "little chance," not
"no chance." Quite the difference and quite the distortion
of his words by the press. Dominic says he had only good to
say about me regardless.

And the headline "Gravel chooses to use Belley over Turmel"
was pretty stupid considering Gravel could choose to use
both. And he now has. Belley is still on file to help him
when it's defence. And he's going to do a few offensive
moves himself first.

----------------
NOTICE OF MOTION
----------------

To: Attorney General for Canada

TAKE NOTICE that on Thursday Feb 24 2005, the Applicant will
make a motion before a judge of the Superior Court of Quebec
at the courthouse at 17 Laurier in Gatineau at 9:30am for an
Order varying the bail conditions to permit release upon
Applicant's own recognizance on the grounds that "Parliament
has not re-enacted the necessary S.4 possession and S.7
cultivation prohibitions sustaining any imputed improper
purpose since they were struck down in Parker and Krieger"
Dated at Gatineau on Feb 18 2005.
Defendant-Applicant Dominic Gravel

JCT: And right after, he goes to the lower court to try to
quash his charges:

----------------
NOTICE OF MOTION
----------------

To: Attorney General for Canada

TAKE NOTICE that on February 24 2005 the Defendant will make
a motion before a judge of the Quebec Court at the
courthouse at 17 Laurier in Gatineau at 9:30am for an Order

1) an Order pursuant to S.601(1) of the Criminal Code
quashing all charges relating to marijuana under the CDSA as
unknown to law on the grounds Parliament has not re-enacted
the S.7 cultivation and S.4 possession prohibitions which
underpin all other marijuana prohibitions in the CDSA since
they were struck down by the Ontario and Albert Courts of
Appeal.

2) an Order staying any charges for marijuana as abuse of
the process on the grounds that statute is of no force and
effect.

3) an Order, in the absence of proof that all inmates
convicted since the marijuana prohibitions were repealed
have been released, citing the Ministry of Justice for
contempt of the Ontario and Alberta Courts of Appeal and
Supreme Court of Canada in R. v. Parker and R. v. Krieger on
the grounds Crown Attorney S. David Frankel acknowledged
that the S.7 Cultivation and S.4 Possession prohibitions had
been struck down by the highest court in Alberta but did not
dutifully inform Canada's Law Enforcement to cease and
desist arrests under the repealed statutes.

4) or in the alternative, an Order staying the charges
pending the final determination of the repeal of the
prohibitions by the Supreme Court of Canada in Turmel v.
HMTQ #30570 (Hitzig) and R. v. Turmel #30571 (3.3Kg
Parliament Hill bust under S.5(2)).
Dated at Gatineau on Jan 24 2005
Defendant-Applicant Dominic Gravel

JCT: Finally, the Crown's going to get theirs on Krieger in
a province where the judges can't plead the Nuremberg
defence that they were just doing wrong by following higher
evil orders. Can't see the Ontario Hitzig decision going far
in resurrecting Section 7 in Quebec even if Ontario judges
say it did in Ontario even if Hitzig never mentioned S.7 at
all. Like Judge Serre ruled in Elliot Lake for Richard
Johnson who was charged with S.7 cultivation.

We're all waiting to hear her reasons which should be
available for our entertainment and revilement soon.

But a Quebec Krieger challenge has to be the Crown's worst
nightmare. And it's going to happen Thursday.

Any bets on whether the clerks are going to jerk me around
successfully or whether Dominic Gravel gets his hearing on
Thursday?


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for UNILETS interest-free time-based currency in U.N. resolution C6
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: Diamond Dust as Earth's 1st AirConditioner from Global Warming Reply with quote

Archimedes Plutonium writes:

Quote:
Yes, I do believe that Diamond Dust would make a perfect Earth Air
Conditioner. It weighs little.

Diamonds are denser than granite.

Idiot.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: Build Your Own Dump-Bed Assembly and Convert your Truck/Trailer to a Dump! Reply with quote

www.DumpBeds.com wrote:
Quote:
Easily convert your regular pickup truck, utility trailer, farm
trailer, or whatever into a fully-functional, versatile, and reliable
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high capacity professional strength dump truck or trailer.

The uses are absolutely unlimited...


---------------------------------------------------------------------------

For all of you do-it-yourselfers, backyard mechanics, gear heads,
professional fabricators, and just plain-old cheapskates alike, this
is
the perfect project for you!

Sounds like a great idea. The problem is a pickup truck frame may not
be strong enough to handle such loads. Many years ago I worked at a
truck shop- we built trailers and put the boxes on bare truck frames to
make the vans you see on the road.

Somebody brought in a pickup truck and asked us to make a dumper out of
it. My boss figured it out, got the components and the shop built it.
It was cool. The owner loved it. A few weeks late he brought it back.
He had it loaded with something heavy. When he tried to dump that
load the hydraulics moved but instead of raising the dump body the
frame of the truck just bent down- boy, did we laugh when we saw that
truck. It looked like a sway back horse.
Richard
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: Piping Design Shareware Reply with quote

Try www.pipingdesigners.com


Shahryar Saigol wrote:
Quote:
Can anybody suggest some good piping design shareware/
freeware.

If so where can we download it from?

Please reply to my email address.

Thanx,

Shahryar Saigol,
Resident Director, |Ph:92-454-720063
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Lagrangian Pts not Earth's 1st AirConditioner Re: Earth's 1st AirConditioner; coolant of IceDust + ozone replenishment Reply with quote

Wed, 23 Mar 2005 18:15:35 +0000 (UTC) bz wrote:
(snipped)

[quote]Not quite:
[quote]
That view of the Sun is achieved by operating SOHO from a permanent
vantage point 1.5 million kilometers sunward of the Earth in a halo orbit
around the L1 Lagrangian point. [unquote]

The L1 LaGrange point is NOT a place that something can be hung and remain
there.

http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_mm/ob_techorbit1.html
Quote:

The L1 and L2 points are unstable on a time scale of approximately 23
days, which requires satellites parked at these positions to undergo
regular course and attitude corrections. [unquote]

--
bz

Thanks for quantifying the impracticalness of using the Lagrangian points
with a huge structure. These points have become what I call a "Hollywood
magnet of Science". People who do not know much of the subject of Earth
AirConditioner immediately fall into this Hollywood-Science of dreamy ideas
using the Lagrange points.

Question BZ, since David Smith is puzzled by this question. How much of the
present day Global Warming can be attributed to the ozone depletion? I am
guessing it is anywhere from 3% to perhaps (a stark surprize) as large as
50%.

What I mean is that if we replenished the ozone in the layers of the
atmosphere we can cut present day Global Warming by 50%. And if I am lucky,
we can even beckon the initiation of another Ice Age if we replenish the
upper atmosphere with ozone to its maximum carrying capacity within practical
means even though we have an ongoing GlobalWarming via greenhouse gases.

So I wonder, BZ, if you have your fingers on the best available data as to
how much ozone depletion contributes to Global Warming.

Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom where dots
of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: Lagrangian Pts not Earth's 1st AirConditioner Re: Earth's 1st AirConditioner; coolant of IceDust + ozone replenishment Reply with quote

Archimedes Plutonium <a_plutonium@iw.net> wrote in
news:4241C921.50CB4841@iw.net:

....
Quote:

Thanks for quantifying the impracticalness of using the Lagrangian
points with a huge structure. These points have become what I call a
"Hollywood magnet of Science". People who do not know much of the
subject of Earth AirConditioner immediately fall into this
Hollywood-Science of dreamy ideas using the Lagrange points.

The earth-sun L4 and L5 might be a good place for us to move earths
industries and to park asteroids that are captured and being mined.

Quote:

Question BZ, since David Smith is puzzled by this question. How much of
the present day Global Warming can be attributed to the ozone depletion?
I am guessing it is anywhere from 3% to perhaps (a stark surprize) as
large as 50%.
....
So I wonder, BZ, if you have your fingers on the best available data as
to how much ozone depletion contributes to Global Warming.

Perhaps someone has better information. I am flattered that you asked me
but it is outside the set of things I know. I do know that it is a
complicated question and your guesses are as good as mine.





--
bz

please pardon my infinite ignorance, the set-of-things-I-do-not-know is an
infinite set.

bz+sp@ch100-5.chem.lsu.edu remove ch100-5 to avoid spam trap
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: what do i skills do i need to be an engineer Reply with quote

Things do not look good for engineers.
Read and weep.

http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=60310&page=1


Consider an trade apprenticeship in a technical area where the work
(product built) will not have worldwide competition.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: what do i skills do i need to be an engineer Reply with quote

If you want a better income, look at becoming a tradesman. They are getting
a better deal than the P.Eng types and have a much greater flexibility in
what they do.


<cwinter@gmail.com> wrote in message
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On the other hand, I heard that every year the US does not graduate
enough engineering students, and if the economy goes on up there should
be jobs available again. Unfortunately, working in the technology
sector will always be tied extensively to the stock market.

Further, not taking up a field of study because it may not yield a job
or not enough money is silly. I always told my friends or students to
take up a field they enjoy, afterall they will possibly work in it for
35 - 40 years. I would have better job security going into business and
accounting, but I ain't interested in that at all.

I also firmly believe that if you are talented in your field of study,
employment will find you. After all, talented people are needed
everywhere.

Anyway, become and engineering if you feel it is for you. Enroll in the
program and see if you like it. Try to get a summer internship and work
in the industry to see the people and processes. Don't be scared by
family members telling you that you are not good enough. They aren't
engineers and can't possibly know. At least I expect them not to be
engineers, because I would be disappointed if an engineer tries to talk
somebody interested in the profession out of pursuing this field of
study.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: what do i skills do i need to be an engineer Reply with quote

On the other hand, I heard that every year the US does not graduate
enough engineering students, and if the economy goes on up there should
be jobs available again. Unfortunately, working in the technology
sector will always be tied extensively to the stock market.

Further, not taking up a field of study because it may not yield a job
or not enough money is silly. I always told my friends or students to
take up a field they enjoy, afterall they will possibly work in it for
35 - 40 years. I would have better job security going into business and
accounting, but I ain't interested in that at all.

I also firmly believe that if you are talented in your field of study,
employment will find you. After all, talented people are needed
everywhere.

Anyway, become and engineering if you feel it is for you. Enroll in the
program and see if you like it. Try to get a summer internship and work
in the industry to see the people and processes. Don't be scared by
family members telling you that you are not good enough. They aren't
engineers and can't possibly know. At least I expect them not to be
engineers, because I would be disappointed if an engineer tries to talk
somebody interested in the profession out of pursuing this field of
study.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 29, 2005 11:35 am    Post subject: Re: what do i skills do i need to be an engineer Reply with quote

Tsk, Tsk. What about tradeswomen?

In any case, this seems strange to me. From what I see everyday it is
the P.E.s that have the most flexibility. They could do independent
consulting, start their own engineering service firms, or work as
senior engineers in virtually any place.

Either I am not sure what you mean by becoming a "tradesperson" or I am
missing something. I would always encourage people to strive for P.E.
licensing if they have the opportunity to do so.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 29, 2005 11:42 am    Post subject: Re: Heat transfer by contact between pipes Reply with quote

You know, I thought about this for a long time but have no experience
with such a problem. On the other hand, I will post my two cents since
nobody has replied yet.

To me this problem seems like there is no out of the box approach. I
feel the need to get that old physics thinking cap out of the closet.
There seem to be so many variables that you may want to specificially
post the entire problem, with numbers and all. Maybe someone can help.

In any case, things that seems of importance are whether or not the
pipes are completely filled when flow occurs through them (is the
substacne in it filling the entire pipe at all times or just part of
the pipe). Further, what force pushes the pipes together. Even if they
are metal pipes, I am sure heat transfer changes if they are pressed
tightly together or are just barely touching. Also, the length of the
pipe is of importance, since the substance in it will cool or heat up
depending on ambient temperature (duh! we're talking heat transfer
after all!).

Anyway, I am sure none of this is very helpful to you but I would be
willing to attempt the problem usign the physics knowledge I have. This
would, of course, not be an industry type analysis, but rather a
hobbyist's analysis who is interested in challenging physics problems.
Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 29, 2005 1:09 pm    Post subject: Re: Heat transfer by contact between pipes Reply with quote

Thanks Brent.

I tend to agree with prety much everything you've said--my boss wanted me to investigate this. I told him that my gut feeling was
that it is not significant, but that I would investigate.

Conservative would be say there is significant heat transfer by contact, but I don't want to say that if it's not true, as could
make a significant impact on our client's design.

I think by the time you consider that there is not a significant contact force, the surfaces will not be smooth (i.e., the whole
"line" is not actually in contact), there will be some corrosion (significantly decreasing heat transfer by contact), etc., this
isn't a big issue, but I need to demonstrate that to my boss.

BTW--the annular space is liquid-filled, so radiation isn't an issue, but I have considered radiation in similar cases before, when
there was gas.

-Paul


"Brent Cullimore" <brent@crtech.com> wrote in message news:4re471hjaeofk2n8u2duj86bi1cs9ripil@4ax.com...
Quote:
Paul

First, is there a conservative approach? Would assuming very little
contact or very strong (perfect) contact be conservative? If so take
that approach, since "contact conductance" (which you can Google) is a
wildly uncertain area ... the nemesis of thermal engineers everywhere.
Contact conductance is usually very weak without a strong contact
pressure (e.g., bolted joint), large contact area, and perhaps some
extra treatment like an interface material.

Your case is a little different since there will be some heat transfer
across the fluid (what fluid?) near the pipe. Given you have at most a
line contact, you can almost neglect contact conductance itself and
just consider small gap transfer through the fluid near the contact
line.

But I wouldn't expect a lot of published data relevant to this
particular situation.

Finally, if the temperature differences are decent and the fluid in
the annulus is a gas, don't forget radiation, which might be weak but
is easy enough to include.

Regards,
Brent
www.crtech.com

On Wed, 27 Apr 2005 22:43:49 GMT, "Paul Skoczylas"
pauls@cfertech.DELETE.com> wrote:

Consider a big vertical pipe. Inside this pipe are two smaller pipes. There is flow in the two small pipes and in the big pipe
(outside the two small pipes). I need to calculate heat transfer between all three pipes.

If I assume the pipes are not touching, I have enough to work with.

But it's not realistic to say that the pipes aren't touching. There's a darn good probability that not only will the two small
pipes be in contact with the large pipe, but they will also be in contact with each other.

What I'm looking for is any published information on determining how much heat will be transferred due to that contact (in
addition
to that transferred via the annular fluid, which I will calculate separately). Does anyone know of any published research in
this
area? I expect that somebody must have looked at external contact between two pipes, and contact between one pipe inside
another...

Thanks,

-Paul




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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2005 10:02 pm    Post subject: Re: cartoon: improving the electric car Reply with quote

Would you believe that the guy who invented Tupperware,
I think his name was Tupper, had a patent on a boat driven
by a harnessed fish? I'm not saying it's true, just asking if
you would believe it?

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