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Re: TSA Lithium Battery madness

Subject: Re: TSA Lithium Battery madness
From: "Lou Judson" inaudio
Date: Wed Jan 2, 2008 9:03 pm ((PST))
Reading it again, it turns out that rechargeables are not banned -
only the single use types. Okay in the package and in the device or
in individual plastic bags, but not loose or with several in a

Still wierd. TSA is a branch of Big Brother and a fear-mongering arm
of the NeoCons I think. I'll drive if I can rather than fly... but
always been that way!

On Jan 2, 2008, at 5:59 PM, flatcatspammed wrote:

There is
reason for the T.S.A. to mark lithium batteries as hazardous, but
most of the current smart charge Li-ion batteries have protective
circuitry and are not a problem. The current line of consumer
batteries also have recessed contacts for the same reasons.

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sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause

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