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Steadiness and placidity

Writing a weekly blog must be a little like being a newspaper columnist except that I am not part of team of writers and so there is no one to stand in for me when I go away.  154 more words

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History of the Capacitor – The Pioneering Years

The history of capacitors starts in the pioneering days of electricity. I liken it to the pioneering days of aviation when you made your own planes out of wood and canvas and struggled to leap into the air, not understanding enough about aerodynamics to know how to stay there. 1,276 more words

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'Faraday's Law' books by Graham Hurley

At the launch of a book in Belgravia in April, I was in conversation with a friend of a writer and the writer (whose book was being launched) and we got into a conversation about where I live – Portsmouth. 1,197 more words

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Faraday Future is about to announce a 'meaningful' funding round for its EV factory

While electric vehicle startup Faraday Future (FF) has yet to unveil its first vehicle meant for production, the aspiring automaker has two important things going for it: … 441 more words

You Can Learn a Lot from a Candle

Beginning in 1827, began giving a series of public lectures at Christmas on various subjects. The “Christmas Lectures” continued for 19 years and became wildly popular with upper-class Londoners.  255 more words

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Faraday Future says it is also making an autonomous car

Chinese-backed electric car maker Faraday Future says it is working on a self-driving vehicle.

The company not so secretly owned by LeTV joins a growing list of tech companies making autonomous cars, including Google, Tesla, Apple (big rumor) and even IBM now… 355 more words

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