Periodic Table

Channel Hopper

Suffering fools, so you don't have to.
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My Satellite Setup
A little less analogue, and a lot more crap.
My Location
UK
Only Gallium and Germanium were discovered a few years later, and so they would be missing (in the name given ) in 1869. :-doh
 

PaulR

Dazed and Confused Admin
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-----------See sig-----------
My Location
Wirral, NW UK and Vaucluse, France.
Surprised that Technetium is listed as well.
 

sonnetpete

Grumpy Old Retired Moderator and quiz inquisitor..
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My Satellite Setup
Laminas 1.2M fibre dish with an IBU, on a Clarke Tech USALS motor, covering 57E - 24.5W to an Octagon SX88. Displayed on a 20" Dyon LED TV.

Seperate 80 cm dish on 28E with a Humax Freesat for SWMBO.
Free Sat V8 meter. Sony Bravia 46" LCD, Sony BluRay and Home Cinema.
My Location
Normandy, France
No Unobtainium or Tetrisium either....
 

Terryl

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OpenBox X5 on a 1 meter motorized dish.
And now a 10 foot "C" band dish.

Custom built PC
My Location
Deep in the Boonies in the central Sierra Nevada mountains of California.
Man you young-ins have it all handed to ya, why back in my younger days all we had was one element in the periodic table and that was Hydrogen, then along came Oxygen and then some dingbat lit a match and POOF!!! Now look at the mess.
 
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