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Old 17th July 2011, 11:04 PM   #101
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...but I'm afraid that myself, hanging behind a scope sometimes for days, haven't got one either.
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Apart from the qualitative difference that you at least admit you have no clue, the crucial difference is that your “having got one” has no fatal effect on anybody’s life.

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invented a positive feedback loop, with a delay line.
The trick was using a small trickle of bleeding current (B+) and recycle this into a multiplyer effect, probably co-inventing a white-cathode follower.
I gather that you are professionally involved with economics.
If this is so, I would like to ask you if such kind of modelling and simulation takes place in your field.

Many years ago when I was told of my type II diabetes, I started reading about the multiple feedback system of the human body hormones and the associated glands. I learned a lot with my wife’s help, but the whole system was so complex, I had to sketch it in a form of block diagram to get a clue of how things affect one another.
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I do have an degree related to business economics and had to model macro-economics.
The models were similar to technical models.
Modeling is quite similar to LCR networks. That is: there are current flows, that do have interactions, control points. Not really rocket science (but even rocket science is in essence not complex, if we take the ballistics part for instance).

Like we can use a schematics drawing and simulation program, I have never seen such a program for 'simpletons' at all, too bad many.

Luck with your diabetes, keep it in control!
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Old 18th July 2011, 09:30 AM   #103
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The models were similar to technical models.
Modeling is quite similar to LCR networks
Albert, thank you for answering.

I was (naively) thinking of starting with something in the form of this:
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and then further analysing/modelling each block and so on.
I understand that there is the difficulty of verifying the fit of each block’s model output with “real world” historical data to check the validity of the transfer function of each block and of the whole architectural concept.

But I guess that since we can’t end to a consensus here for much simpler systems like a home audio system, how can it be accomplished in microeconomics

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Luck with your diabetes, keep it in control!
Till now I have some success, doing a simple thing.
I tell him: “O.K. you can finish me. But if I die, you die too. Take your pick”.

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i like this Jamel thing. Will keep me busy for some time.
I like your 'personal relationship'; I think that is the only sensible and workable thing, but also think of Plato: keep in control. There is only one in charge.

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keep in control. There is only one in charge.
I don’t know if Plato suffered from diabetes, but had I have put it this way, I am afraid that mine would have replied with a smile in his face:
“That, I know. Do you?”

A bit more seriously now, what works wonders, is stress diminishing.
Since I can’t change the angstig core of me, or/and influence the extraneous stimulations, I try to bleed my stress instead.

Exercising , long hours transformer winding, trying to make an oscillator start oscillating, trying to make an amplifier stop oscillating, enjoying like Nero the view (and smell) of a blown-up amp and forming in my mind the next victim circuit.
All these work for me.

Listening to classical music (this one helps too in reducing the which is a for diabetes. but true)
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Hi George, I got a letter from Greece today Claudia said why do I have to open it? I said it says so. She thought it was a good joke

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So, she is still alive?
Damn explosives. You can't trust them.
Sorry Tony.
I'll post another one

Greetings to your brave wife.
Hope you'll enjoy the AD

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LOL George I'm sure it is going to be a very useful addition to my tool kit once I have put it together

cheers,

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Amen.
Have you built the esr meter?
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