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by Jeff4U  Jan 09, 2015

Thanks for the additional info...

by Alaydown  Dec 24, 2014

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours!

by cicio2000  Oct 07, 2014

I see that you oppose public education (presumably, all education), so misspelling should come natural to you.

by Metrolizer  Oct 06, 2014

And there are the MISeducation biases. Government schools will overtly promote the "politically" correct. Promotion of dependence on government is institutionalized. The glorification of athletic spectacle is another bad influence.

by Metrolizer  Oct 06, 2014

A primary fault of state education is that government assumes responsibility for the education of ALL enrollees, many of whom choose to be non-students. Slow students slow down their whole class. Juvenile delinquents sabotage whole schools.

by Metrolizer  Oct 06, 2014

As far asI can tell, most public school teachers are moderately successful in a system designed for mediocrity. But the public indoctrination value of government schools seems vastly over-rated, or graduates would include fewer criminals.

by Metrolizer  Oct 06, 2014

I am more an opponent of government controlled child-rearing than an advocate of home schooling. I suspect that most children would be better off learning grammar, literature, and government in private schools than from their parents. But I would give families the liberty to decide.

by thew_hawks10  Oct 06, 2014

Are you a supporter of homeschooling? The numbers are growing in support of it and I find it is always helpful to find people that are of like mind. If so, want to be my Gas Buddy?

by mastermariner  Sep 17, 2014

I was just as baffled googled it and came up with the following. Plasmons can be described in the classical picture as an oscillation of free electron density with respect to the fixed positive ions in a metal. To visualize a plasma oscillation, imagine a cube of metal placed in an external electric field pointing to the right. Electrons will move to the left side (uncovering positive ions on the right side) until they cancel the field inside the metal. If the electric field is removed, the electrons move to the right, repelled by each other and attracted to the positive ions left bare on the right side. They oscillate back and forth at the plasma frequency until the energy is lost in some kind of resistance or damping. Plasmons are a quantization of this kind of oscillation.

by BeaconLite  Sep 17, 2014

Pumped your World bank

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