Post by firstname.lastname@example.org
We have an interesting discussion about permanent magnetism .
now i have a technical problem
how to bring an experimental picture from a book book "
'Fundamentals of physics'
by 'Haliday and Resnik '
about what is happening around a permanent magnet
an experimental picture about it
so the problem is
how to show that picture to our readers in this
physics ng ?
can someone know ow to do it technically ??
(except of course that readers that have that book
or can do it easily by opening that book page 822
and reading that section in the book )
it is crucially important !!
by showing some 'mysterious ** unknown entities (not of course electrons!!!)
moving in curved lines around the magnet !
Michel Faraday was the first one do do it something alike
experimentally more than 100 years ago -by very simple means ...
can someone know to bring that picture to our ng here ??!!
it might be revolutionary important
Hey Porat, if you are going to come here pretending to know science you
need to demonstrate better technical skilz than this!
Put the book with the page in question on your scanner. (They are so
cheap, why don't you have one? Then use the scanner to produce a file of
the page. Then use a photo editor to strip excess crap off image (MS
photo editor is best, but Bill has removed it from his products because
it was too cool and he wants you suffer as well as pay him). Then for
this group which is non-binary you must then store that file in a place
accessible online like your website. You DO have a website or two,
right? I mean someone with as much important stuff to say as you
certainly must have a blog. And if not there are free places online
where you can put a photo file.
Another option is to post the image to a binary group and just tell
people here which group it is so they can go look.
copyright considerations are bullshit because this is all about
research, education, and personal use not commercial profit. In other
words fair use.