Mad Scientist? Growing up in the '50s and '60s in a small suburb of Chicago, a nerdy kid like Dickie could experiment to his heart's content. No one batted an eye when he took off for parts unknown after a hearty breakfast. Read how he almost burned down his school with a science fair project, turned on neighbors' lights with high-powered radio gear, violated top-secret security procedures, stuffed monkeys into small race cars, built a one-armed robot that drank too much, and other antics while on his way to earning his qmad scientistq moniker. Richard has written articles for electronics and automotive publications, including qHow to Build Max-Performance HEMI Engines.q He adopted the phrase that still gets him into hot water: qAfter all, how hard can it be?qA bad fuse will be an open circuit so you just touch these two fingers across the fuse. Only the bad ... aNo it wona#39;t. Use your right hand so the current wona#39;t go through your heart. I did this fifteen times a day, and Ia#39;m not dead.a Use your ... Ken became an auto mechanic who owned a successful auto service center. Ralph wasanbsp;...
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