Friday, May 27, 2011

Learning about putting photos in my blog

If these photos are copyrighted, I will remove them immediately upon request.  I got these photos from Google.  Kindly email me at if you want any image removed.

The below are American Gold Eagle 1 oz bullion coins.  All the precious metals images are apparently from the Public Domain.

Below is a Gold Eagle, a Silver Eagle and a Platinum Eagle

    Below are pictures of bearings!

Below are pictures of bearings!

                                      Bearings from China --
                 ^-----  a tapered roller bearing, used in wheels of cars.

Animation of ball bearing

Copied from wikipedia, an animation of dirt in a ball bearing, look carefully to see the red spot (dirt) on ONE of the steel balls --->


    1. Of course some of the other interesting parameters are thrust (forces in and out of the page) and torque along any axis other than the one around which the races revolve.

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    3. You published your comment before I had even finished editing this...

    4. You published YOUR comment, before I had even finished editing THIS.

    5. Interesting. You must have hit the 'save' button for the article to appear.

      It looks like you are linking all these images from somewhere else -- the links take you to wikipedia or some other blog. Can't you upload your own images?


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