Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by toffee_pie, Jul 16, 2010.
this is going to be beyond the scope of most people id imagine.
Nope, I understand perfectly. Unfortunately, my answer is beyond the scope of most people.
it probably would be possible..
(impossible is nothing..)
but it would entail far too much work.
Plenty of things are impossible: building a motor smaller than an atom, making a tasty pot noodle, etc.
If you could give us a clue what you want to do maybe someone could help.
Mixing crack and pot?
Hmmm, I saw it as a chemistry question.
The pot part can be done in about one step. Unfortunately, the starting materials were pulled from the market within weeks of the publication that described that synthesis of THC. As for cracking pot, not a problem. That is basically what you do when you smoke it.
If all you have is a hammer, the whole world looks like a nail.
Was the original post deleted?
The original was posted in the embedded systems and microcontrollers section.
I moved it here, there is an expiring redirect over there.
I guess Off-Topic is a good place for it. Do you have a clue what the OP is asking?
At a guess, it may be related to this thread - http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com/showthread.php?t=40691
But, like the Shadow, only the OP knows.
Well, if it is related to that thread, either way, apparently the OP thinks we are all mind readers and can figure out his issues without any posted circuits or anything to go by... apparently that is too much for him to handle, which is beyond the scope of his capabilities....
This actually smells like a drug induced mania.
It might be rude but I would ask what the OP was smoking and if he can trust the person that sold it to him well enough, to be sure that he was smoking what he thought he was smoking.
The linked article, is particularly squealing with neurons in full feedback from inhibitor depletion.
I could be wrong and I am sorry if I am, but if anyone has a better explanation.
I suspect that the explanation is very literally, what the poster added later.