Terry, I decided to reply to the "I want real answers, not stupid ones" comment that you added to this topic title. Although I haven't been giving "stupid" answers to your questions, I have been ignoring them; and I'll explain, in the context of this SD60 question, why I've been doing that.
I'm relatively sure that I could answer your SD60 question. However, in order to do so, I would have to review one book and a number of back issues of magazines. Then I would have to do some Internet research. Finally, I would have to draft and post my answer. The entire process would probably take between two and four hours.
Although there have been instances in which I've expended that amount of time to assist people on the Internet, I wouldn't expend that amount of time to assist you. This is because, in the past when people used to give "real answers" to your questions, you generally made no response at all to those answers. What would typically happen, after one of your questions had been answered, is that the forum would hear nothing from you for a week or so; and then you would post another question on an entirely unrelated topic. I can't speak for anyone else, but that process always left me wondering if the answer that you had received to your previous question had been at all useful to you and if you had any appreciation for the effort that one or more people had expended to provide that answer to you.
One illustration of the point that I'm trying to make is the question that you posted last month on the Fallen Flags forum asking about the history of Detroit Edison. When Otto Vondrak asked you to make your question more specific, you didn't even acknowledge that request. Instead, you silently abandoned the topic and, I suppose, chose instead to come up with a question on some other topic to ask on some other forum. This leads me to believe that your Detroit Edison question wasn't at all important to you in the first place and that anyone who made an effort to answer it would have been wasting his time.
Basically, your "keep asking keep learning" and "keep searching keep finding" concepts are fine in theory; but, as a practical matter, most people are going to need something more substantial than nice-sounding phrases before they will be willing to expend their time to assist an essentially anonymous person sitting at a keyboard somewhere. What I, at least, will need is some reassurance that this expenditure of time will serve some purpose.
There are some extremely knowledgeable people on this forum; and I've seen them provide a great many "real" answers to difficult questions. However I strongly suspect that there will not be many "real" answers directed to you until you do two things. First, make it clear that you understand that it generally takes far more time and effort to answer a question than it does to ask the question in the first place. Second, make it clear to the people who do answer your questions that their answers really did do you some good. If you can do those two things, you might begin to get the "real" answers that you're seeking.
If you can't do those two things, I'm afraid that some people will continue to provide only "stupid" answers and others, myself included, will continue to provide no answers at all.