2nd November 2004
....wire up a small vehicle for Radio-control??
Lord of the Peach
19th April 2004
I know you need to get some servos and a remote control reciver then wire 1 up to regulate the speed of the vehicle's motor and one to turn the tires
AC/DC owns my soul
17th January 2005
i have no idea.....why the heck would you want to hook up a toyota to a remote controle.....thats is very strange....
The Internet ends at GF
29th December 2004
You could do it with servos and radio gear, although you may need something bigger for the steering.
I didn't make it!
spamming nerds since day 1 inspiring them to get off there assesThe view of the earth as the center of the universe was challenged. The church was willing to imprison and even execute those who wished to espouse the issue. The European world of yesterday was slowly changing. Through the dedication and work of a few curious minds, a new world view began to emerge.
The people and the church were extremely self-centered at this time. Popular belief held that human beings sat on top of the world, which was at the center of the universe. This arrangement made them the most important beings in the heavens, sitting next to God. These beliefs became customs over time, ingrained in the minds of the people and the Church and it would be a formidable task to make any changes. By contradicting this theory, people would be forced to give up their traditions and believe that they are just another part of nature.
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