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How to make a Geiger counter count

5/24/2011 04:40 PM EDT
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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   5/24/2011 8:08:24 PM
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@David: "... I'm very grateful to Max..." Please, don't mention it -- I live to serve :-)

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David Ashton   5/24/2011 7:52:15 PM
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Phew! This has been a mission. As above, I had taken 10 days off over easter (in mid-April) but alas Max's counter did not arrive until just after I was back at a very busy work. Couple that with a wife demanding that the lawn get mowed and how come I fix other guys things before ours?.... and I was left with precious little time to get into Max's baby. @ The SPEAKER FELL OFF?.... Don't worry Max, I treated it like a newborn and it is now cosseted in a nice bed of double sided tape so it won't fall our of the cot again.... All in all a very instructive fix though, I'm very grateful to Max for giving me something interesting to do in my non-existent spare time....

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Max The Magnificent   5/24/2011 5:01:05 PM
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This is a wonderful article David – thanks so much for all of your efforts on this this -- Max

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