Battlefield Weapon Popularity Trend

Scott David Daniels scott.daniels at acm.org
Sun Oct 1 20:12:24 CEST 2006


Gabriel Genellina wrote:
> At Wednesday 27/9/2006 07:30, Mirco Wahab wrote:
> 
>> >> When the Samurai of medieval Japan were confronted
>> >> with new 'battlefield language', e.g. early Shotguns,
>> >> they resisted because one could push any peasant
>> >
>> > shouldn't this be "they [the Samurai] did not resist"?
>>
>> The "resisted" believing all the buzz,
>> e.g.: "armies made of dudes with guns" ...
> 
>  From the name I guess Ramon speaks Spanish; "resistir" in Spanish has a 
> similar meaning, but not exactly the same, as "to resist"

As we all know, a "resistir" has a reactance that doesn't vary with
frequency, unlike an "inductir".

--Scott David Daniels  (who couldn't resist)
scott.daniels at acm.org



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