...."Not only did you NOT use the term "single-point ground" neither you nor
Bill have made any suggestion for a more accurate term that is simple,
while remaining descriptive.".....
Guess you didn't read my first message.
Not that it will make any difference, other than makes me feel better.
W0UN -- John Brosnahan wrote:
> Hi, Jerry--
>Not only did you NOT use the term "single-point ground" neither you nor
>Bill have made any suggestion for a more accurate term that is simple,
>while remaining descriptive.
>I would suggest that since we are speaking about some sort of grounding
>concept that the term "ground" needs to appear in the term. And it will need
>a one-word or two-word modifier to distinguish this concept from
>concepts -- so make a suggestion. If you can come up with something that
>is better, more accurate, and no more cumbersome, then I can support that.
>Then we can start working on other terms like "blind curve" and "dead end".
>I am SURE there must be more accurate terms for these as well. The
>use of "no exit" is no better than what it replaces ("dead end") because if
>you get in there must be a way out -- clearly an exit.
>Until then I will continue to use the well-established standard definition for
>all of these terms.
>And I will continue to silently protest the "standard" that a quoted
>word at the
>end of a sentence should contain the period inside the quote. The
>period is for
>the entire sentence and is not part of the quote! So I refuse to
>take part in
>this "insanity". (See, I can live on the wild side as well and
>refuse to live
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