superposition Free

Superposition: In any network with 2 or more sources, the current or voltage for any component is the algebraic sum of the effects produced by each source acting separately. The superposition of forces in a mechanical/electrical network results in compromise and allows the building of better bridges and interfaces. Using one ideology is like using half of a pair of pliers to grasp something. My avatar represents the % of approval, by party, that our congress enjoys. John Adams wrote in a letter in 1780: "There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution." "I was no party man myself, and the first wish of my heart was, if parties did exist, to reconcile them." GEORGE WASHINGTON, letter to Thomas Jefferson, July 6, 1796.

Recent Comments

  1. 1 day ago on Lisa Benson

    A local problem or all states would be the same.

    usatoday .com/story/money/2024/04/09/states-highest-lowest-inflation/73184932007/

  2. 1 day ago on Clay Bennett

    Never consistent.

  3. 1 day ago on Robert Ariail

    The christian nationalist interpretation of the Constitution is not the same as other citizens’ interpretation, it seems.

  4. 1 day ago on ViewsLatinAmerica

    It’s difficult to lead … when no one chooses to follow.

  5. 1 day ago on Bill Bramhall

    An innocent misktake , by a relative, … no doubt.

  6. 2 days ago on Chip Bok

    “… Nearly half of Black registered voters approve of Biden’s presidential performance, down from 87 percent in March 2021, according to a Pew Research study published Monday. Still, 77 percent of Black voters signaled their support for Biden in this year’s race. …” — inc .com/canva/why-a-strong-visual-identity-is-as-important-to-your-workforce-as-it-is-to-consumers .HTML (re: Morehouse)

  7. 2 days ago on Steve Kelley

    Capitalism/privatization has failed numerous times and been rescued by taxpayers …

    “… The Panic of 1792 was the first time the federal government intervened to prop up the markets. During that crisis, Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton authorized purchases to prevent the collapse of the securities market.

    During the Great Depression, a government program to buy and refinance defaulted mortgages kept 1 million families in their homes.

    The Savings & Loan crisis cost the government $160 billion (in 1990 dollars) to clean up.

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. government authorized more than $2 trillion in assistance, including providing three stimulus checks: $1,200 for every qualifying adult and $500 for every child in April 2020, $600 for every qualifying adult and dependent children in December 2020, and, with the passage of the American Rescue Plan Act in March 2021, a third check of $1,400 for qualifying adults and each of their dependents. …"

    investopedia .com/articles/economics/08/government-financial-bailout .asp

  8. 3 days ago on Clay Bennett

    Sadly much of the support for TFG is based on misinformation, e.g. that US taxpayers have an above-average tax burden. — taxfoundation .org/data/all/global/tax-burden-on-labor-oecd-2021/

    Or that our government is spending too much on infrastructure. — statista .com/statistics/566787/average-yearly-expenditure-on-economic-infrastructure-as-percent-of-gdp-worldwide-by-country/

  9. 4 days ago on Clay Bennett

    It makes you wonder how different our nation would be if the right to vote was earned by first studying the factual US laws and then passing the same exam that immigrants do to earn their citizenship — instead of the alt-reality misinformation on social media and network media opinions disguised as facts.

  10. 4 days ago on Clay Bennett

    “… COLUMBUS, GEORGIA — Firebrand Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) may be controversial in Washington, but she came home to a warm welcome at the Georgia GOP state convention.

    “I might be known for arguing with Republicans from time to time,” she said to convention delegates at a Saturday breakfast session. “But iron sharpens iron … There’s nothing wrong with a little bit of arguing in the Republican Party.”

    Greene had done just that earlier this month, unsuccessfully trying to oust House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA). She got into another spat just two days prior to the Georgia speech, participating in a nasty back-and-forth with Democrats in a committee hearing that Johnson described as “regrettable.”

    But in a brick-lined ballroom on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, the crowd largely felt she was in the right.

    “I love her,” said Joyce Hulsey, a convention delegate who lives in Greene’s district. “She’s fighting for us. She’s a go-getter. I love that she’s fighting for us like President Trump did.”

    Hulsey said any controversy in Washington stemming from Greene is because “she’s telling the truth.”

    As for the Republicans that Greene spars with? “They’re RINOs.” …"

    — gazette .com/news/wex/in-georgia-marjorie-taylor-greene-receives-warm-welcome-after-chaotic-week-in-washington/article_f0818e12