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I suppose I could e mail them, but I doubt if they would answer. I only watch it because I laugh and/or get mad when they tell these phony stories. I don't really watch the whole show. I will watch it until my blood starts to boil. Besides I like to watch The Price is Right so when the Price is ...

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I am also looking for jasonbookclub.com. Paid my dues and now Jason is nowhere to be found. Is there anyone out there who knows how to contact him?

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Answered: How many watt is equal one candle light

A candella (or candlepower) is the luminance of a light source which produces 1/683 Watt of light per steradian. A foot candle is the light intensity (in Watt/steradian) of such a light source at a distance of one foot. A steradian times a radius of one foot is a square foot of area. So a foot ...
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How many watts will I need.

Hi, I am afraid that your question is not sufficient to give you an answer.... you have to add either the Voltage or the Resisitance. W = I * V or 50 = V * I ..... any combination will do (e.g: 50 * 1 25 * 2 10 * 5 etc).... you have to give more data.... Best regards,

What is the difference between watts, current and ...

A watts is the measure of the use of electrical power , and one watt is equal to one volt multiplied by one amp.While current or amp represents the amount of current in a circuit and Voltage is the circuits potential difference and the amount of pressure that drives electricity in a circuit.