Re: [SI-LIST] : si-list test

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From: Adrian Shiner (adrian.shiner@virgin.net)
Date: Wed Dec 01 1999 - 11:32:14 PST


How's about starting a "Back to Basics" discussion? So much input reflects
either lack of knowledge about the fundamentals of SI (Electromagnetic
Compatibilty and Integrity {EMCI} probably a better definition in the purist
sense [also a NEW definition by me]) or lack of readily available "good
engineering practice references".

No takers for chaotic clocks yet which I submitted some days ago. Have we
studied Chaos Theory? If you haven't then I suggest your education is
lacking (it can never be 100% complete).

Dave (Sessions)..I'm sure this proposal will appeal to you apparent
professional approach to developing engineering methods and quality.

Best wishes to all

Adrian

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From: Ray Anderson <raymonda@radium.eng.sun.com>
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Sent: 01 December 1999 18:14
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