what is electricity. what is that 'stuff' flowing through all our hifi gear?
May 28, 2015 at 8:22 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 69

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was it invented or discovered? Where was it before it was dis-covered? Who discovered it? Is it a thing with a location? When it travels through our hifi cables, is it fully contained in there? How does this result in glorious analog hifi sound for our ears? Lots of other questions of course, but I'm just learning about this stuff, thought I'd put it out there for more educated members to help the rest of us understand exactly what it is that allows us to enjoy music? Can we really understand it? These are simple childlike questions so bear that in mind and just feel free to play with these questions and maybe come up with some others.
 
May 28, 2015 at 8:40 AM Post #3 of 69

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no links please. I'm trying to start a discussion, not an independent link search. And I want to start at basics, even wikepedia is too far down the road and abobv my abilities. I'm starting at step 1. Can you answer any of the questions posed in post 1? I appreciate your time...and no insults please. thx
 
May 28, 2015 at 8:43 AM Post #4 of 69

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no links please. I'm trying to start a discussion, not an independent link search. And I want to start at basics, even wikepedia is too far down the road and abobv my abilities. I'm starting at step 1. Can you answer any of the questions posed in post 1? I appreciate your time...and no insults please. thx


If you admit that you don't know what is electricity, you should also admit that you are not the right person to decide whether cable burn in changes anything, maybe time to take the advice from someone who knows his electrons from his donut. lol
 
May 28, 2015 at 8:47 AM Post #6 of 69

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already off topic..... it's got nothing to do with me.....can you answer anything please? if not, Im sure someone else will help out


You said no links. On the internet. Like someone is going to jump in and start a lecture on electricity starting from 3rd grade. Typing it all out by himself, mind. I consider myself one of the most helpful souls on the internet but not that helpful, sorry!
 
May 28, 2015 at 8:51 AM Post #9 of 69

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thanks i'll watch that, looks like good stuff. but where was it before it was discovered, not when.. does it require a certain atmosphere? or an atmosphere at all?
 
I was asking for us to play with ideas. Does anyone know how to play? with ideas?
 
May 28, 2015 at 8:58 AM Post #12 of 69

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Where was gravity before before the first man got a coconut on his head?

 
If only we could go back before the Planck time when all the forces were united and life was simpler!
 
May 28, 2015 at 9:01 AM Post #15 of 69

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not just energy, but other 'discoveries'.....have we discovered them all. If they are 'there' and we have one example of it being there before we discovered it is it possible there is something else 'there' still undiscovered?
 

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