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Old Oct 15, 2003, 06:33 AM
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It may appear my position on this subject is "cavalier." I assure you it is quite the opposite. Jim McPherson's guide is quite consistant with instructions provided by better LiPo manufacturers. It is the picture attached that causes me great concern. If lead acid, NiCds, or NIMH batteries are exposed to extreme laboratory conditions like the LiPo fire picture, they will also explode or catch fire. Where is the great concern on their care and feeding. I believe the intent of the message is honorable, but the way it is being presented causes unecessary fear. What is to prevent someone from taking this information and declaring LiPos a public hazard and having them outlawed? Don't scoff, look at what has been done to cigarettes.
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