tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Thu Feb 28 09:38:17 2002

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Re: mu'mey chu' vItIv

> tetlh is a list, chem refers to grid cells.

So a peQ chem is "grid cells of a magnet"?
HoSchem "strength's grid cells"?

umm, no.

From what I know of magnetism, there is magnetic flux, but I think that it 
doesn't get broken down into grid cells.

A field of magnetism, or a field of energy is not the same as an Excel 
spreadsheet, which is where I thought this started from, which is why I 
suggested tetlh.  I know tetlh may not be perfect either, but it does imply a 
sheet of paper with information presented with some kind of order to it.


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