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Commander Kinsey

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Feb 26, 2023, 4:45:33 AM2/26/23
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Can I put a diode BEFORE a step up transformer so I can use a lower voltage diode for half wave rectification?

Peeler

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Feb 26, 2023, 4:58:24 AM2/26/23
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Brian Gaff

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Feb 26, 2023, 9:49:09 AM2/26/23
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No.
At least if you are really meaning what you said here.
I'm assuming this is some kind of mains to low voltage psu.
Surely, putting the rectifier diodes is going to be on the secondary in any
case. Depending on what you want, it can be done several ways. If the
transformer has two ends to the secondary, ie no centre tap, then you need a
bridge rectifier to allow both halves of the ac waveform to be rectified.
If it has a centre tap then you have one rectifier from the ends, ie one
for each and the centre tap as 0V
Or you could use two bridges, isolating the centre tap and get two
supplies.
Lastly, the least efficient way is one half wave rectifier across the
secondary, but then you are only really using one of the cycles of the mains
in effect.
Brian

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Peeler

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Feb 26, 2023, 10:45:00 AM2/26/23
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On Sun, 26 Feb 2023 14:49:02 -0000, Brainless & Daft, the TV-watching and
pity-baiting senile "blind" mole, blathered again:

> No.

Yes, you ARE a disgusting pity-baiting troll-feeding senile PIG, Brainless &
Daft!


Fredxx

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Feb 26, 2023, 11:10:56 AM2/26/23
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On 26/02/2023 09:45, Commander Kinsey wrote:
> Can I put a diode BEFORE a step up transformer so I can use a lower
> voltage diode for half wave rectification?

No.

What IQ did you say you had? I think whoever told you was lying.

You need to expand on what you're trying to achieve.

John Larkin

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Feb 26, 2023, 11:13:34 AM2/26/23
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On Sun, 26 Feb 2023 09:45:26 -0000, "Commander Kinsey"
<C...@nospam.com> wrote:

>Can I put a diode BEFORE a step up transformer so I can use a lower voltage diode for half wave rectification?

Ah. Humor. Thanks for the laugh.

The Natural Philosopher

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Feb 26, 2023, 6:13:42 PM2/26/23
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LOL!


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Clare Snyder

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Feb 26, 2023, 6:45:31 PM2/26/23
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They just forgot the negative sign - - - Somewhere about -78 aught
to be pretty close - - -

John Larkin

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Feb 26, 2023, 7:38:29 PM2/26/23
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On Sun, 26 Feb 2023 23:13:23 +0000, The Natural Philosopher
<t...@invalid.invalid> wrote:

>On 26/02/2023 16:13, John Larkin wrote:
>> On Sun, 26 Feb 2023 09:45:26 -0000, "Commander Kinsey"
>> <C...@nospam.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Can I put a diode BEFORE a step up transformer so I can use a lower voltage diode for half wave rectification?
>>
>> Ah. Humor. Thanks for the laugh.
>>
>LOL!

It was funny in more than one sense.

As long as one is adding diodes, may as well build a doubler on the
output side. Two topologies suggest themselves.

A center-tapped secondary could be useful too. All sorts of
possibilities.

I think I just invented the non-integer-ratio voltage multiplier.



Max Demian

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Feb 27, 2023, 6:37:03 AM2/27/23
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On 26/02/2023 09:45, Commander Kinsey wrote:

> Can I put a diode BEFORE a step up transformer so I can use a lower
> voltage diode for half wave rectification?

No, the transformer will turn it back into AC. It responds to /changes/
of current and a half wave will go up and then down resulting in +ve and
-ve from the secondary.

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Peeler

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Feb 27, 2023, 7:59:12 AM2/27/23
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On Mon, 27 Feb 2023 11:36:55 +0000, Max Dumbian, the REAL dumb, notorious,
troll-feeding senile idiot, blathered again:


> No, the transformer will turn it back into AC. It responds to /changes/
> of current and a half wave will go up and then down resulting in +ve and
> -ve from the secondary.

Of course, senile Max Dumb will ALWAYS respond to the sociopathic retard's
most retarded "questions". <BG>

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Fredxx

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Feb 27, 2023, 9:21:30 AM2/27/23
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Yer-but, the issue is over the transformer being subject to a DC voltage
which in the case of the OP will be:
230V x sqrt(2) x pi / 2
being developed across the transformer. That will produce a net DC
current in the transformer and make some heat for which the transformer
is not designed.

But you're right the secondary, before its imminent failure, will
produce an AC waveform though likely to be a very distorted sine wave.


Smolley

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Feb 27, 2023, 10:29:23 AM2/27/23
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At half the frequency..

The Natural Philosopher

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Feb 27, 2023, 10:38:44 AM2/27/23
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On 27/02/2023 11:36, Max Demian wrote:
The transformer will saturate and burn out

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Fredxx

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Feb 27, 2023, 12:07:27 PM2/27/23
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The waveform across the transformer is still 50Hz.

I presume the confusion is over full vs half-wave rectification
regarding ripple frequency, 50 vs 100Hz (60 vs 120Hz)

Fredxx

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Feb 27, 2023, 12:11:30 PM2/27/23
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On 27/02/2023 15:38, The Natural Philosopher wrote:
> On 27/02/2023 11:36, Max Demian wrote:
>> On 26/02/2023 09:45, Commander Kinsey wrote:
>>
>>> Can I put a diode BEFORE a step up transformer so I can use a lower
>>> voltage diode for half wave rectification?
>>
>> No, the transformer will turn it back into AC. It responds to
>> /changes/ of current and a half wave will go up and then down
>> resulting in +ve and -ve from the secondary.
>>
> The transformer will saturate and burn out

It's not a guarantee.

Small transformers are very lossy and have a high resistance and may
survive the impose DC voltage. Larger transformer with lower winding
resistance may not. We also don't know the spec of the transformer the
OP had in mind and the applied voltage.


The Natural Philosopher

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Feb 27, 2023, 12:46:17 PM2/27/23
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On 27/02/2023 15:29, Smolley wrote:
No, at the same frequency

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Clare Snyder

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Feb 28, 2023, 1:14:22 AM2/28/23
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I find it REALLY hard to believe anyone can be as clueless as Kinsey
and still manage to breathe on his own - - - Not just this thread -
but EVERY BLINKIN' ONE!!!!

Clare Snyder

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Feb 28, 2023, 1:20:30 AM2/28/23
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If he used a transformer with 240 volt primary on a 120 volt supply
the transformer MIGHT survive - particularly if it was a 50hz
transformer on 60Hz but the DC bias would be a REAL killer. Now, if he
put a HUGE capacitor (I think the Limeys still call then condensors)
in series with the primary to block the DC the transformer would
survive - that's how audio output transformers on tube radios survived
having the DC plate voltage on the output - but he'd still be getting
a crappy AC output from the secondary..

I'm still ALMOST convinced Kinsey is a "clever troll" because nobody
in real life could be that consistently stupid

trader_4

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Feb 28, 2023, 8:49:28 AM2/28/23
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On Sunday, February 26, 2023 at 4:45:33 AM UTC-5, Commander Kinsey wrote:
> Can I put a diode BEFORE a step up transformer so I can use a lower voltage diode for half wave rectification?

No, but you can put it at the power company generator.

Peeler

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On Tue, 28 Feb 2023 05:49:23 -0800 (PST), tardo_4, the notorious,
troll-feeding, senile idiot, blathered again:


> No, but you can put it at the power company generator.

He certainly can bait all you senile assholes with the dumbest baits he can
think up. LOL

farter

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Feb 28, 2023, 9:55:28 PM2/28/23
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On Tue, 28 Feb 2023 17:20:25 +1100, Clare Snyder <cl...@snyder.on.ca>
wrote:

> On Mon, 27 Feb 2023 17:11:24 +0000, Fredxx <fre...@spam.uk> wrote:
>
>> On 27/02/2023 15:38, The Natural Philosopher wrote:
>>> On 27/02/2023 11:36, Max Demian wrote:
>>>> On 26/02/2023 09:45, Commander Kinsey wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Can I put a diode BEFORE a step up transformer so I can use a lower
>>>>> voltage diode for half wave rectification?
>>>>
>>>> No, the transformer will turn it back into AC. It responds to
>>>> /changes/ of current and a half wave will go up and then down
>>>> resulting in +ve and -ve from the secondary.
>>>>
>>> The transformer will saturate and burn out
>>
>> It's not a guarantee.
>>
>> Small transformers are very lossy and have a high resistance and may
>> survive the impose DC voltage. Larger transformer with lower winding
>> resistance may not. We also don't know the spec of the transformer the
>> OP had in mind and the applied voltage.
>>
> If he used a transformer with 240 volt primary on a 120 volt supply
> the transformer MIGHT survive - particularly if it was a 50hz
> transformer on 60Hz but the DC bias would be a REAL killer. Now, if he
> put a HUGE capacitor (I think the Limeys still call then condensors)

Mostly they don't anymore.

> in series with the primary to block the DC the transformer would
> survive - that's how audio output transformers on tube radios survived
> having the DC plate voltage on the output - but he'd still be getting
> a crappy AC output from the secondary..

> I'm still ALMOST convinced Kinsey is a "clever troll" because nobody
> in real life could be that consistently stupid

Fraid so, he is surprisingly clueless about cars and electronics

Peeler

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On Wed, 01 Mar 2023 13:53:43 +1100, farter, better known as cantankerous
trolling senile geezer Rodent Speed, wrote:

<FLUSH the abnormal trolling senile cretin's latest trollshit unread>

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Commander Kinsey

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Mar 3, 2023, 8:23:26 PM3/3/23
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I thought current always flowed the same way in primary and secondary.... You know, phases and all that.

John Larkin

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On Sat, 04 Mar 2023 01:23:17 -0000, "Commander Kinsey"
<C...@nospam.com> wrote:

>On Sun, 26 Feb 2023 16:13:19 -0000, John Larkin <jla...@highlandsnipmetechnology.com> wrote:
>
>> On Sun, 26 Feb 2023 09:45:26 -0000, "Commander Kinsey"
>> <C...@nospam.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Can I put a diode BEFORE a step up transformer so I can use a lower voltage diode for half wave rectification?
>>
>> Ah. Humor. Thanks for the laugh.
>
>I thought current always flowed the same way in primary and secondary.... You know, phases and all that.

Assume a loaded bifilar transformer, both dots up, and draw the
winding currents.

The reason that loading a transformer doesn't make it saturate is
because the primary excitation flux and the flux from the secondary
load current cancel. Loading a transformer reduces the core flux.

Peeler

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On Fri, 03 Mar 2023 19:04:07 -0800, John Larkin, another obviously brain
dead, troll-feeding senile asshole, blathered:


>>I thought current always flowed the same way in primary and secondary.... You know, phases and all that.
>
> Assume a loaded bifilar transformer, both dots up, and draw the
> winding currents.
>
> The reason that loading a transformer doesn't make it saturate is
> because the primary excitation flux and the flux from the secondary
> load current cancel. Loading a transformer reduces the core flux.

The reason why the trolling attention whore will keep asking ever more
retarded "questions" is because you troll-feeding senile assholes will keep
answering them.

Max Demian

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Mar 4, 2023, 7:17:06 AM3/4/23
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You clearly shouldn't have anything to do with transformers and diodes.

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The Natural Philosopher

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Mar 4, 2023, 7:40:39 AM3/4/23
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+1

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always run out of other people's money. It's quite a characteristic of them"

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Commander Kinsey

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Mar 4, 2023, 11:05:45 AM3/4/23
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I was actually talking about a stepup transformer. 120V to 6000V. Yes it's American, I got it cheap. To avoid finding a 6000V diode, I thought I could use a 120V diode. From all the answers it appears I was wrong to assume because the current is going one way through the primary it must be going the same way through the secondary. Actually the DC component is lost and the AC is passed, so I just get squint AC.


On Sun, 26 Feb 2023 14:49:02 -0000, Brian Gaff <brian...@gmail.com> wrote:

> No.
> At least if you are really meaning what you said here.
> I'm assuming this is some kind of mains to low voltage psu.
> Surely, putting the rectifier diodes is going to be on the secondary in any
> case. Depending on what you want, it can be done several ways. If the
> transformer has two ends to the secondary, ie no centre tap, then you need a
> bridge rectifier to allow both halves of the ac waveform to be rectified.
> If it has a centre tap then you have one rectifier from the ends, ie one
> for each and the centre tap as 0V
> Or you could use two bridges, isolating the centre tap and get two
> supplies.
> Lastly, the least efficient way is one half wave rectifier across the
> secondary, but then you are only really using one of the cycles of the mains
> in effect.
> Brian

John Larkin

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On Sat, 4 Mar 2023 08:59:24 +0100, Peeler <trol...@valid.invalid>
wrote:
The prime function of SED is to discuss electronics design, and
another is to help people who have questions or don't understand
everything or who want to play with ideas.

If you stop being mindlessly nasty and think about electronics, and
try to be helpful, you'll be better off. But you are trapped in
meanness and can't break out.

Sloman is similarly trapped. So says absurd things about the topic,
just to be contradictory.

John Larkin

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On Sat, 4 Mar 2023 12:16:59 +0000, Max Demian <max_d...@bigfoot.com>
wrote:
Or should learn more. Spice is a good tool for things like this. As
Mike E says, the main function of LT Spice is to train your instincts.

Max Demian

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Mar 4, 2023, 11:51:25 AM3/4/23
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On 04/03/2023 16:05, Commander Kinsey wrote:

> I was actually talking about a stepup transformer.  120V to 6000V.  Yes
> it's American, I got it cheap.  To avoid finding a 6000V diode, I
> thought I could use a 120V diode.  From all the answers it appears I was
> wrong to assume because the current is going one way through the primary
> it must be going the same way through the secondary.  Actually the DC
> component is lost and the AC is passed, so I just get squint AC.

The penny drops.

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Peeler

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On Sat, 04 Mar 2023 08:26:50 -0800, John Larkin, another obviously brain
dead, troll-feeding senile asshole, blathered:


> The prime function of SED is to discuss electronics design, and
> another is to help people who have questions or don't understand
> everything or who want to play with ideas.
>
> If you stop being mindlessly nasty and think about electronics, and
> try to be helpful, you'll be better off. But you are trapped in
> meanness and can't break out.
>
> Sloman is similarly trapped. So says absurd things about the topic,
> just to be contradictory.

Just stop feeding the troll (additionally you might also stop being a
typical senile smartass) and everything will be all right!

Peeler

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On Sat, 4 Mar 2023 12:16:59 +0000, Max Dumbian, the REAL dumb, notorious,
troll-feeding senile idiot, blathered again:

> You clearly shouldn't have anything to do with transformers and diodes.

Why not? He IS clinically insane (on top of being a troll), you demented
troll-feeding senile asshole!

John Larkin

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Mar 4, 2023, 12:42:28 PM3/4/23
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On Sat, 04 Mar 2023 16:05:37 -0000, "Commander Kinsey"
<C...@nospam.com> wrote:

>I was actually talking about a stepup transformer. 120V to 6000V. Yes it's American, I got it cheap. To avoid finding a 6000V diode, I thought I could use a 120V diode. From all the answers it appears I was wrong to assume because the current is going one way through the primary it must be going the same way through the secondary. Actually the DC component is lost and the AC is passed, so I just get squint AC.

Trying to make a high voltage DC supply? You can get 1KV 1 amp diodes
for a few cents each. Those can be used in series.

When I was a kid, I used old neon sign transformers and 1B3 rectifier
tubes to make high voltage DC supplies. I couldn't afford a Variac so
adjusted the filament voltage to regulate the output voltage. I used a
D-cell battery and a rheostat, and somehow I'm still alive.

John Larkin

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Mar 4, 2023, 12:53:02 PM3/4/23
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Digikey has a 16 KV diode for 33 cents.

John Larkin

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On Sat, 4 Mar 2023 18:09:09 +0100, Peeler <trol...@valid.invalid>
wrote:
I'm all right. You are clearly damaged.

Use your intelligence and repair yourself.

Peeler

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On Sat, 4 Mar 2023 16:51:19 +0000, Max Dumbian, the REAL dumb, notorious,
troll-feeding senile idiot, blathered again:

> The penny drops.

Not with you though: You obviously you don't yet know that the sociopathic
gay wanker once posted a picture online of a "degree" he has in electronics!
After all, his IQ is 140! LMAO

Peeler

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On Sat, 04 Mar 2023 09:42:09 -0800, John Larkin, another obviously brain
dead, troll-feeding senile asshole, blathered:


> Trying to make a high voltage DC supply?

Nope, troll-feeding senile idiot: He ONLY tries to get as much attention as
possible from all the assorted troll-feeding senile assholes in these
groups!

Peeler

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On Sat, 04 Mar 2023 09:54:53 -0800, John Larkin, another obviously brain
dead, troll-loving senile asshole, blathered:


>>Just stop feeding the troll (additionally you might also stop being a
>>typical senile smartass) and everything will be all right!
>
> I'm all right. You are clearly damaged.
>
> Use your intelligence and repair yourself.

IOW, you WON'T stop feeding the troll and you will CONTINUE being a typical
senile smartass! But no suprise! <BG>

Rod Speed

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Mar 4, 2023, 1:55:39 PM3/4/23
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That is long gone.

> and repair yourself.

Its always been irrepairable.

John Larkin

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Mar 4, 2023, 2:44:59 PM3/4/23
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Yeah, most people, after they get into a nasty loop, can never break
out.

Hunching over a screen and mousing all day is bad for the body and
soul. I make myself get some exercize every day (just got soaked and
froze) and that helps.

https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/exercise-is-an-all-natural-treatment-to-fight-depression


Peeler

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On Sun, 05 Mar 2023 05:55:29 +1100, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

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Peeler

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Mar 4, 2023, 3:02:30 PM3/4/23
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On Sat, 04 Mar 2023 11:44:41 -0800, John Larkin, another obviously brain
dead, troll-feeding senile asshole, blathered:


> Yeah, most people, after they get into a nasty loop, can never break
> out.

Found yet another internationally recognized demented troll to feed,
troll-feeding senile ASSHOLE? Why am I not suprised! LOL

> Hunching over a screen and mousing all day is bad for the body and
> soul. I make myself get some exercize every day (just got soaked and
> froze) and that helps.
>
> https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/exercise-is-an-all-natural-treatment-to-fight-depression

STILL being a typical senile smartass? LMAO Just what is it with all you
useless senile morons?

Bob F

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Mar 4, 2023, 3:08:22 PM3/4/23
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You could exercise restraint, and stop feeding the troll.

John Larkin

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Mar 4, 2023, 4:14:21 PM3/4/23
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It's only a newsgroup.

Do you design electronics?

Rod Speed

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Mar 4, 2023, 4:32:57 PM3/4/23
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On Sun, 05 Mar 2023 06:44:41 +1100, John Larkin
Not just a nasty loop. any loop for most people.

> Hunching over a screen and mousing all day is bad for the body and
> soul.

Not convinced.

> I make myself get some exercize every day (just got soaked and
> froze) and that helps.

> https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/exercise-is-an-all-natural-treatment-to-fight-depression

I don't get depression.

Bob F

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Mar 4, 2023, 4:36:23 PM3/4/23
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On occasion.

Peeler

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Mar 4, 2023, 5:04:21 PM3/4/23
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On Sun, 05 Mar 2023 08:32:46 +1100, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

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Max Demian

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Mar 5, 2023, 6:15:11 AM3/5/23
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Yes, life really is pointless.

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