1. A conductive wire glue that has a higher viscosity and can be applied like a paste! The idea being that it locks and ensures full conductivity of a what is termed a "mechanical weld" in wiring! Then it can be sealed over with electrical tape or liquid electrical tape or an equivalent. All that would be needed to create it is a copper or aluminum type metal powder in a proper glue/cement base? Might even be helpful if the metal were "stranded" powder? It saves electricity and therefore energy! Means less cost to the economy. So both this and the next one should come in a generous size good 12 ounces and cost less than $10 and not dry up or at the very least be readily thinned back at any time!
2. A thread locking chemical that can be applied like a paste after the nut is on! It prevents the nut from backing off any threads it is applied to! A lot of home mechanics could use it! Specifications: It might allow a tiny little bit of play but the nut will never fall off!
And this is indeed giving you work to do and think about and put your "twisted pair" to good use! A twisted pair of phone lines or a twisted pair of investment professionals or a twisted pair of boat wires or a twisted pair of your brain hemispheres?
I believe I first heard the term used by a pasty faced man named Oliver Nicklin.
Copyright 2013 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 10 02 2013 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com