because you are poor and being punished by jesus. you live in a trailer.
Because power from the battery, which was going to the lights, is being utilised to turn the starter motor. You should really start the car before you turn on your lights to avoid putting unnecessary strain on the battery
There are a few things that can cause your computer screen to flicker. One being other electronic devices being placed into close proximity of the computer. Also, the rate at which your computer refreshes can also cause the screen to flicker.
You have burnt out your voltage regulator. I would put money on your stator being bad now too.
Electricity and magic do not work around each other. Electrical appliances, in the presence of magic, short-circuit. There are reasons for this (the strength, power etc. of the magical impulses, electrical currents of magic etc.) This is why the lights flicker - they fail to work properly around magic. So, when magic is about to be performed, they aren't going to work at their best. When wands (for example) are present but not in use, this will not occur because magic is not being performed
A falcon, a fox, a frog, a ferret, and a flicker. That is all I can think of.
It's a secret code being sent to the Mother Ship.
Flicker free means that an image is free of flicker. A well set up 3D television should be free of any noticeable flicker. Sometimes a flicker can be noticed when batteries in the glasses are discharged. Charging them usually fixes the problem right away. Note that LG promote their passive 3D televisions as being flicker free. Although they use passive glasses, they also deliver just 50% resolution compared to active 3D televisions. This is the compromise for having glasses that don't have batteries.
All other things being equal, an incandescent light should not "flicker" whether it is connected to 120 or 130 VAC.
The capacitor will not cause dimming, whatever it is that the capacitor is being used for (usually helping drive a bass amp) is what causes the dimming. A capacitor is a quick charge and quick discharge battery basically, so when the amp has depleted the power in the cap it still must go to the car battery for power and that is when there will be dimming lights.
Your Browning Medalist can be identified as being made in the year 1969,with the last part of your serial number being U69.