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Old 29th August 2003, 03:20 AM   #21
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Default not a snivet less or a skosh more!

now how much is a snivet anyway? or a skosh?

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Default Re: not a snivet less or a skosh more!

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now how much is a snivet anyway? or a skosh?

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Default Twas nearly brilig...

Wow! Figure 13 is a curve to conjure with! Was there a caption to go with the final illustration, and is it mirrored from left to right? I can see hum burs with perhaps RF on them, and also the vertical disturbance which I was expecting to see on the LHS.
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Fig. 11 Typical Examples of Snivet Interference

Fig. 12 Horizontal-Deflection-Tube Plate Characteristic at Zero- Bias Voltage

Fig. 13 Load Line of a 25CD6-G Horizontal-Deflection Tube in a Receiver That Exhibits Strong Snivets

I would guess that figure 13 is for a flyback design so SE.

Have been told by a golfer that a snivet is likely just a small divot!!
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Default house of mirrors

Oh! I see what you mean, Figure 11. I am surprised to see the streak on the right side too, but that was how it was printed in the book. Images are too different examples I think. Here is a re-scan of figure 11 (left side) with more resolution: (really needs grayscale image to do it justice, but too big a file)
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and here is Fig. 11 right side:
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Default Snivets, strangeness, and charm

Thanks for the captions and the bigger images, The bigger image shows that it can't be mirrored because the flyback lines slope in the right direction. Weird.
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Ah! Quarks and Snivets, of course!

A snivet must be a quantized something or other.

Maybe its the smallest possible GREMLIN that can get into electronic equipment. No wonder it was so hard to get rid of them.
Probably cause distortion too. Now, are their left handed and right handed ones, and how do we get rid of them? Probably why someone invented CHARM!
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Seriously, quantum mechanics probably are required to explain snivets.

Perhaps Fig. 13 is actually a rare cloud chamber track of a snivet, and its refusal to obey Newton's laws is direct evidence that it is a member of the gremlin group of sub-elementary particles.
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