PromptCritical725 t1_j5qtyxu wrote

This is a reason people with bigass car stereos add capacitors. Large sudden power draws like amps driving large bass hits can cause equally large drops in system voltage. The capacitor act to "stiffen" the system by providing reserve of current that can be drawn and replenished much more rapidly than a battery can. This keeps the voltage more consistent.


PromptCritical725 t1_iyan61y wrote

Becoming an elected official doesn't require knowing things as much as it requires knowing how to convince the most people that you know the right things.

Basically, democracy self selects the people most adept at fooling and manipulating the most people.


PromptCritical725 t1_iwwrsad wrote


PromptCritical725 t1_iwwrhpw wrote

Rather liberating isn't it?

The only real difference is that I expect companies to only care about money. That makes them predictable. It's the government people that are problematic because they're supposed to be elected to represent us, but they don't in varying degrees.