Re: starplates - lumber connectors
- To: domesteading at sculptors dot com
- Subject: Re: starplates - lumber connectors
- From: Ryan Wassink <ryan at tech70a dot com>
- Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2001 20:24:42 -0400
- Organization: Tech70a Computer Technologies
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With as many knowledgable on this list as there are, I somehow doubt what is
talked about on here could be known as "popsicle stick imitations". I agree
with the rest of you - this commercial stuff should not be in my mailbox.
Speaking of popsicle stick structures... Has anybody built a workshop (farm /
auto related) out of "popsicle sticks"? Something tells me that a geodesic
workshop would be really neat to have, but I am wondering about the feasibility
of it. If anybody has done so, please let me know!
"J. Michael Rowland" wrote:
> > Click here: Sea Treck Geodesic Domes & Kit Homes
> > <http://david.martiniii.tripod.com/index-2.html>
> > Get the book "Building Geodesic Domes" $12.00
> > Chord Factors-Angles-Floor Layout Algebra
> > Correction Factor Formula - Secret Data
> > 3 Frequency Dome Derived from ab Iscosahedron
> > Bolt Together triangle - Overlayed Strut Method
> > Build a Real Dome Not a Popsickle Stick Imitation
> I can't speak for anybody else, but, personally, I find this kind of posting
> offensive, especially in an email list that is intended not for classified
> advertising but for discussion.
> I hope this kind of posting doesn't become a trend. If there's a reason why
> Sea-Treck domes are the real thing and others are popsickle-stick
> imitations, then I'm all ears; but I subscribe to this list to read
> information, not ad copy or mysterious allusions to "secret data."
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