L e p r e c h a u n 9
DAN ZISSMAN:
* * * On Ohm's Law -- Amerage (I) = Voltage (E) [divided by] Resistance (R) * * *
I equals E over R
Describes those things
Which rule the universe
Of electronics.
But Ohm knew nothing
About equations.
Amperes and electromotive force,
Resistance, inductance,
And impedance too,
Cannot replace the equation
When I minus U
Means zero.
Power (W) = EI
Teachers can explain
That power is the product
Of amps and volts
But no word is uttered
About the lack of power
That remains
When U is subtracted from I.
I-U = 0
Equations lose their meaning
And resolve themselves to words --
Just words, sans rhyme or reason,
Lacking any meaning for the things
that count,
For this I know -- and know too well --
That knowledge doesn't count for
beans
When it's not shared with you.
I-U = 0

L e p r e c h a u n 9
DAN ZISSMAN:
* * * On Ohm's Law -- Amerage (I) = Voltage (E) [divided by] Resistance (R) * * *
I equals E over R
Describes those things
Which rule the universe
Of electronics.
But Ohm knew nothing
About equations.
Amperes and electromotive force,
Resistance, inductance,
And impedance too,
Cannot replace the equation
When I minus U
Means zero.
Power (W) = EI
Teachers can explain
That power is the product
Of amps and volts
But no word is uttered
About the lack of power
That remains
When U is subtracted from I.
I-U = 0
Equations lose their meaning
And resolve themselves to words --
Just words, sans rhyme or reason,
Lacking any meaning for the things
that count,
For this I know -- and know too well --
That knowledge doesn't count for
beans
When it's not shared with you.
I-U = 0