To view the site properly you will need Macromedia's (or whoever owns it now) Flash player ... ... and Internet Explorer. 

I use IE8 and IE11 and the site works in those. Parts of it don't work correctly in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or Edge.

I suspect that it won't work properly in other browsers either. 


I started the site as a repository for diagrams in support of answers I gave on electronics forum sites, some of which didn't have the facility to host graphics.  Because there is always someone who will argue solely for the sake of winning arguments I withdrew from them.  Their loss, not mine.


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You may email me at the address below. It is an image, not text, so you will have to type in into an address box.



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The I.A.M. conducts advanced driving tests.

Some years ago the Institute talked about "good" driving.  That was dropped in favour of safe driving.  Perhaps there's less to argue about. 

If you would like to take the advanced test, the Institute's 'phone number is 0845 126 8600,

and their web site is here.




Do you like music?  Do you go to concerts or discotheques or other musical events?

And, if you do, would you like to be forced to drink, eat food, receive medical attention or buy things while there?

No?  Neither would I.

Why, then, do people insist on forcing us to listen to (someone else's choice of) "music" when we go to a pub, a restaurant, a hospital, a doctor's or dentist's waiting room, or shops and shopping centres?

If you would like to join the fight against this detestable audible intrusion, pay a visit to Pipedown's website and give them your support.




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"What is to be done about society's ever increasing number of surplus and useless members?"

from John Pugsley's

"The Twilight of the Gene

From Genesis to ... Genocide"

ISBN 1 85756 397 2

He was a very astute observer of society and also remarked that

"Religion is a psychological luck charm."