One my most memorable Professors in undergraduate school taught us early
"ALWAYS AND NEVER ARE TWO WORDS YOU MUST ALWAYS NEVER USE ! "
A generally applicable rule. I like your other rules too.
On 4/23/12 4:21 PM, "K1TTT" <K1TTT@ARRL.NET> wrote:
>>In retrospect, perhaps this long discussion resulted from some ambiguity
>the phrase "has nothing to do with" ?
>Yep, there are a few (self contradictory of course) rules to follow when
>posting or reading things about currents, swr, impedances, matching, etc
>forums like this:
>1. absolutes never are, and generalities never are either
>2. you can never prove a negative, but you can always disprove anything
>contains an 'always' phrase
>3. anecdotes can never prove that something always works or that it never
>David Robbins K1TTT
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