Ernest Scratcher

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How did Socrates influence Athens?

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 1 answers | | Open

Related topics: athens, philosophy, school

Ernest Scratcher's comment: Sorry for not getting back to you sooner, it's been a busy week! Clearly what he taught was important & holds the greatest influence on those following him. There is more to it thou, its the way he taught & that he practiced what he ...

How did Socrates influence Athens?

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 1 answers | | Open

Related topics: athens, philosophy, school

Ernest Scratcher's comment: The magnitude of Socrates influence over Athenian democracy can be demonstrated by the fact they needed him out of the way, and put him on trial for his life. This backfired, and demonstrated that democracy without an acceptable standard of reason ...

What is my resonsibilty as a teenager in the world?

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 1 answers | | Open

Related topics: teenager, world

Ernest Scratcher's comment: Also to have fun doing it!

How to transform Heat/Energy to kWh?

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 1 answers | | Open

Related topics: air, house, heat, energy, panel, solar, back, degrees, degree

Ernest Scratcher's comment: Another area of caution. Where are you measuring your temperatures? If you are taking the 52C in the outlet airstream, you could have higher readings ( a simular affect to wind chill).

How to transform Heat/Energy to kWh?

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 1 answers | | Open

Related topics: air, house, heat, energy, panel, solar, back, degrees, degree

Ernest Scratcher's comment: Your most likely right as the 400 cfm measured without the systen back pressure, such as needed to push air round corners & through heat exchangers ect.

How to transform Heat/Energy to kWh?

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 1 answers | | Open

Related topics: air, house, heat, energy, panel, solar, back, degrees, degree

Ernest Scratcher's comment: I have checked my values & only minor error quoting stp. Air density is 1.29 kg/CM at 0C & 1 bar. This is not enough to account for the difference. Happy with dry air specific heat capacity of 1 kj/kg/C rise (1.006 is more accurate!) Are ...

How to transform Heat/Energy to kWh?

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 1 answers | | Open

Related topics: air, house, heat, energy, panel, solar, back, degrees, degree

Ernest Scratcher's comment: 1 CM = 1.2 kg at Standard Temp Pressure

I have a Hewlett packart computer and I accidentally deleted the Realtek wireless. How do I get it??

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 1 answers | | Open

Related topics: computer, hook, junk, wifi, computers, help

Ernest Scratcher's comment: I'm having a good morning, Only progress to downloading & installing drivers if System Restore does not work. It does not matter if you do, and you will have the latest drivers, but I just want to save you more work! Sorry for any ...

I have a Hewlett packart computer and I accidentally deleted the Realtek wireless. How do I get it??

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 1 answers | | Open

Related topics: computer, hook, junk, wifi, computers, help

Ernest Scratcher's comment: Just noticed you have a HP Pc. Go to their support site & answer the model number, operating system boxes ect for the support section & get the drivers there. I have a link on the way for you but its stuck in the Ask Questions spam filter ...

Question - Does my former employer has a chance of winning ?

Question posted by Ernest Sc... 3+ months ago | 2 answers | | Open

Related topics: hour, post, original, chance, question, employer, shorts

Ernest Scratcher's comment: I do not know if such rules apply where you are, but in the UK it is illegal to work longer than 6 hrs continually without a break of at least 1/2 hr. Sensible as it actually improves productivity & reduces errors. Check if you have such rules ...