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Amateur Radio Atheists

A group for atheist Amateur Radio Operators: There are a TON of Christian Nets and groups for hams, but nothing for the rest of us freethinkers. So now there is! 73 de AB2ZI

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chat room on jabber XMPP

Started by Galen Thurber. Last reply by Galen Thurber on Thursday. 3 Replies

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Which band is less religious 20m or 17m ?

Started by Galen Thurber. Last reply by Emmett Hoops Apr 20. 4 Replies

I'm trying to decide which QRP HF band to use 20m or 17m. Which one is less religious? Heard that 17m was more classy, but a 17m antenna wont match other bands. Or should I build a quad or yagi and…Continue

idea. AASHAC Atheists, Agnostics, Skeptics, Humanists, Amateur-radio Club

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Comment by James Kz on September 4, 2012 at 7:04am

Well, I have not set up my station yet since I moved to Nebraska, but I will be soon. And lo! There are in fact freethinkers and atheists in ham radio (you wouldn't guess by listening to HF).

73, James, N4XMH

Comment by Scott Bidstrup on May 19, 2011 at 11:10pm

Yeah, sure, I'd like to get my hands on some of that gear.  But mostly, I can't wait for the Rapture, because it means we'll finally be rid of those sactimonious, self-righteous sonsabitches.  Any hell that Jesus has stored up for us in the post-Rapture era can't be any worse than putting up with their endless hypocritical moralizing and control freakery. 

 

And as an added bonus - we get 75 meters back!  With all that new gear to boot!  Sounds like heaven to me!

Comment by Nils R. Bull Young on May 17, 2011 at 8:09am

Dayton Hamvention starts Friday, 20 May and runs through 22 May. Think of all the stuff we can loot up on come Sunday when the raptured have departed. And while I'm at it, what's the grid square of Heaven? Or Hell, for that matter?

Comment by Scott Bidstrup on May 8, 2011 at 7:04am

I haven't heard anything on that sked either, Huck.  Dunno whazzup with that...

 

Kevin, I am a big fan of antenna modeling, too.  Been using MultiNEC, which is kinda buggy, but is a modeler's dream - you can set up to three variables and then let it calculate a range of test cases for you.  That is a FABULOUS tool - you can get to an optimum design pretty quickly that way.  Too bad it is not being supported anymore.

Comment by Huck Keithline on May 7, 2011 at 9:57pm
Are the crazies still meeting on Friday evenings?  Finally remembered to show up, but no one else did this time. SSB I assume?
Comment by Scott Bidstrup on April 2, 2011 at 10:42pm
10 PM Eastern is a bit late for us old geezers. I'm in bed and cutting Zs by then. Might be more participation at an earlier hour. Or if it were every night. Or preferably both. That would give me a reason to put up a decent antenna for 75. Would certainly be better than listening to reactionary old pig farmers in Texas complaining endlessly about "godless Marxist-fascist queers."
Comment by Nils R. Bull Young on April 2, 2011 at 9:08pm
The usual gang of crazies showed up Friday night last, 10 p.m. Eastern. I keep thinking there could be more. 3.675 MHz. Every Friday.
Comment by Nils R. Bull Young on March 1, 2011 at 2:45pm

First off, do it. And you should have bought a transceiver kit. No, maybe not. If you're old enough to have a serious range of essential tremor things going on, building a kit -- any kit -- is sure to make any intervention group close up shop.

My wife leaves the house when I build things. Yeah, it's that bad.

Just do the test, get on the air and, since you don't need CW any more, advance through the ranks until you are schooled in all the mysteries. Even if you have to memorize the more commonly posed questions & hope that you make accurate guesses.

That's how I did it.

3s & good health!

Nils/W8IJN

Comment by coyote on February 9, 2010 at 7:22pm
I'm thinking of taking the technicians exam....I ordered a kit to build a 2 meter receiver.
Comment by Kevin Morgan on January 9, 2010 at 12:53pm
Giving a talk on Antenna Modeling this Sunday for Ham Radio University here on Long Island. Hope it goes well... How much can you cram into a 50 minute talk anyway?

Any of you guys fans of Antenna Modeling? I'm an EZNEC+ 5.0 user and really like the software.

73, Kevin AB2ZI
 

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