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    Can’t remember specifically under what circumstances it was brought up, but I believe that somewhere in Nerdy Show’s history, somebody has talked about Hasbro’s universe of G.I. Joe, Transformers, and sometimes Jem having common characters in the form of reporter Hector Ramirez and a poorly disguised Cobra Commander.

    I’d heard recently that DJ Caruso, the director of the most recent xXx movie, had pitched the idea of doing a Joes/Transformer crossover but was shot down. Details of that story are below:

    http://screenrant.com/gi-joe-3-transformers-crossover/

    While doing research on that, though, I’d discovered another story, in which director Jon Chu speaks out about his machinations for a crossover as well.

    http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Triple-Crossover-With-Transformers-G-I-Joe-Jem-One-Director-89867.htm

    So, uh, that’s a thing that happened.

    #56148
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    I’m certain it’ll happen some day. It’s happened multiple times in comics. But I had no idea that anyone had spoken about it as a reality publicly.

    #57584
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    had pitched the idea of doing a Joes/Transformer crossover but was shot down.

    Time will come for that

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    A straightforward transformer comprises basically of two curls of protected wire. In many transformers, the wires are twisted around an iron-containing structure called the center. One loop, called the essential, is associated with a wellspring of substituting current that delivers a continually differing attractive field around the curl. The differing attractive field, thus, creates an exchanging current in the other curl. This loop, called the auxiliary, is associated with a different electric circuit.The proportion of the quantity of turns in the essential curl to the quantity of turns in the optional curl—the turns proportion—decides the proportion of the voltages in the two curls. For instance, if there is one hand over the essential and ten turns in the optional curl, the voltage in the auxiliary loop will be 10 times that in the essential. Such a transformer is known as a stage up transformer. Custom essays yet in the event that there are ten turns in the essential loop and one hand over the optional the voltage in the auxiliary will be one-tenth that in the essential. This sort of transformer is known as a stage down transformer. The proportion of the electric current quality, or amperage, in the two loops is in opposite extent to the proportion of the voltages; subsequently the electrical power (voltage increased by amperage) is the same in both coils.The impedance (protection from the stream of an exchanging current) of the essential curl relies upon the impedance of the auxiliary circuit and the turns proportion. With the correct turns proportion, the transformer can, basically, coordinate the impedances of the two circuits. Coordinated impedances are critical in stereo frameworks and other electronic frameworks since they allow the greatest measure of electric energy to be conveyed from one part to another.In an autotransformer, there is just a single curl and the two circuits are associated with it. They are associated at various focuses, so one circuit contains a bigger segment of the curl (that is, has more turns) than the other.

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    #58094
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    Wow, @abigail! You seem to know a lot about how the Transformers work! Does the AllSpark have anything to do with the amount of voltage in the framework? For example, does Megatron need more amperage or “AllSpark power” than Strarscream? Is there a difference between Decepticons and Autobots (circuit-wise)? Or is it just the philosophy that divides them? Much like humans, I suppose. Inside, we’re all the same. But we let our petty differences get in the way. In the end, there’s more to us than meets the eye.

    If you want to reach my in-character profile as "General Manager" of the Ghostbusters, tag me using: @seven

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