I don't know, Rick... you could be the Richard Kollman of marine electrical
So you really run into a lot of people who doubt what an electrical engineer
has to say?
That's pretty sad... this stuff is probably not terribly complex compared to other things you do for work.
Well, thanks for the compliment... the reason I think the way I do is the BS in Physics. So I understand where you are coming from, even though I have little experience with marine
electrical systems. A lot of what I'm doing is guesswork, but backed by some kind of knowledge I used to have in my former life.
I do hope you end up putting out a book someday. Even a small little guide like Richard Kollman has. His guide was all I needed to learn enough to be dangerous and install a refrigeration
system. I'm sure your book could help a lot of people understand electrical work on a boat as well. Your facts are scientific... can't be disputed no matter how many old wives tales say something different!
But alas... I agree with you regarding the masses.
Probably a big hassle to deal with playing to the old wives tale / least common denominator factor.