Homopolar motors – just the one, & then twain of ’em – self-contained except insofar as they must have an electically-conducting dancefloor to do their dance on, dancing for our delectation.


Homopolar motors – just the one, & then twain of ’em – self-included except insofar as they must have an electically-carrying out dancefloor to do their dance on, dancing for our delectation.


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  1. Wow this guy gets on my nerves. I can’t stand people that have to try and sound smart. All his posts are titled similar. He should go get some mental help lol

  2. “Delectation?” Seriously? Dude, I don’t know if you’re autistic, trying out your word of the day calendar, or a non-native speaker trying to sound fancy, but this is not how people speak. You just sound like a pompous ass. [People who try to use archaic big words to make themselves sound smart end up sounding dumber](https://www.businessinsider.com.au/use-simple-language-to-sound-smarter-2015-9). Throw away your word-a-day calendar. All you’ve done is create a prime case of /r/titlegore.

    If you’re a non-native speaker, people really only use “delectable” in relation to food. Delectation is never used and I doubt has ever been used by anyone born after 1850. Here-and-there words (heretofore, therewith, etc) should also be used sparingly. “Thereby” and “therefore” are fine.

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