[WWI] HMAS Australia

pfalzdvii at comcast.net pfalzdvii at comcast.net
Tue Oct 2 22:29:31 EDT 2012




The idea was to keep small parts, 'inside the box', but the alternative theory, that miniature black hol es  lurk around my workspace may be closer to the truth. 



Merrill 


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From: "Gabriel Limon" <arglim at msn.com> 
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Sent: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 4:41:33 PM 
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Is that called working outside the box? 







Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2012 17:18:09 +0000 
From: pfalzdvii at comcast.net 
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My experience with 'tweezer launch' is,  I suspect some of the objects exceed the speed of light, and disappear from our space/time. I made a 'box' of hardboards around my workspace, and parts still go 'poof'. 


From: "Diego Fernetti" <dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar> 
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Sent: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 11:15:37 AM 
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Marc! 
>  I'm usually able to find 92 percent of all things headed for the carpet 
> gnomes. 

Good grief, old chap! Be careful and you should be able to recover at least 
93,4% of the ballistic bits. Perhaps 93,6%, in a good day, weather allowing. 

> One of the bollards went ping this weekend, headed away from the plastic 
> panel.  I didn't even bother to look for it.  The kit has some extras. 

The gods were appeased. 
D. 

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