Anyone know how to DECREASE the size of an ISO? (and I do not mean run a compression algorithm like zip) I have a 16.03GB iso from a 16GB SD card that will not fit on another 16GB SD card. Since the original SD card only had 5GB of data, reducing it so that it fits on another SD card should be possible - the extra 11.03GB is just empty space presumably.
Looks cool, how about some video of the assembly and sreering up close?
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You skipped the bit where you started the fire! How did you get from twigs to logs??
LavonneW1, I see cats drinking water out of the birdbath all the time.. :)
Footfixer, I've seen the pictures of this in survival manuals, but I doubt it works enough to be useful.. Have you ever actually gotten a cup of water from vegetation? My guess is you'd sweat more water gathering the stuff and digging the hole than you'd collect from leaves under plastic.
Because the water won't make a point, water evapourates and because then you'd have to go back and forth wasting your energy and fluids topping it up every few hours.
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An oscilloscope lets you view a voltage in a small snapshot of time, but we need something to mark the start of that snapshot. Usually we wait for the voltage to hit a certain "trigger" point and that marks the beginning of the recording. Oscilloscopes usually take a snapshots continually. If we don't trigger at the same voltage each time, periodic (repeating) signals will not be displayed with any stability - every frame will show the signal in a different position for a split second and it becomes impossible to study the signal.