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Monday, March 21, 2011

drug sub


I have been busy on another project and the drug sub wants to get in the water

This is one of the cabin hold down bolts and it has a small leak.
 Looking for more leaks with the camera.
 more of the same
 this is looking down the left bunk
 Seats are dry
 Rain comes down but surprisingly warm inside the boat

 Water drips from the roof
 Window leak
 These two photos of the space between the inner hull and the outer hull
 

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

nuclear power

Nuclear power stations should be built below ground water so they can be feed water in a disaster situation. FREE TO THE MAKERS OF THESE MACHINES. gravity does not break down. The cost to built below ground is not that expensive and if there is water that can run threw the installation all the better.

Just to recap here is a previous post on the subject.

Well I here in the news by a whistle blower that safety is a problem at ANSTO at Lucas Heights. What's new, here is a photo of a cartoon drawn by one of the workers at ANSTO when it was the AAEC. Things haven't changed  just look at the reactor in the image The extension cord and the sparks coming from the computer and this is from the elite of Australian technology. Or is this just the coffee shop at the canteen? Now I personally haven't worked at the above places but when I was working with my old mate from the UTS in Sydney some of the engineers from ANSTO came in and told of harrowing stories and things to come. This is why when I saw this cartoon at the rubbish tip, that I was to have it for this blog and this moment in time. IT'S AMAZING HOW MUCH TRUTH IS SAID IN JEST......I dont know who the artist is or who the person is in the cartoon. What I do know of is that the waste from the reactor is in holes drilled into sandstone.....

Friday, March 11, 2011

Keep up the good work????

Vita Needle Finds Vital Employees Among the Elderly

Workforce, Nov, 2000 by Caroline Louise Colec

As a group, the senior citizens at Vita Needle Co. are still working to take home weekly paychecks for many of the same reasons that those half their age do.
Some need the wages to supplement pensions or their Social Security checks. Others are saving for vacations or "those little extras." Still others just want to stay active in their "retirement."
To their employer, though, the mostly older workers at the Needham, Massachusetts, company represent a loyal, dedicated, and flexible workforce that meets the modern-day needs of a small manufacturing concern in a competitive market.
Of the 35 employees at Vita Needle, most on the factory floor are over 65. Many who spend their days turning slender rods of hollow steel into syringe needles are well into their 80s.
These days, the average age at Vita Needle hovers around 76, but given the company's reputation for providing "work for life," that number edges up with each passing year, according to company president Frederick Hartman.
"We haven't had anyone hit 100 yet, but we're hoping for that; it would be just fine," said Hartman, one of the handful of company youngsters at age 48. "It's not that we won't hire someone younger. But when younger people come up the stairs and take a look at who we have working here, they generally say it's not for them."
Hartman, however, didn't adopt his gray-haired employee profile after attending a business-management class or in response to an overactive sense of civic responsibility. Rather it happened by accident.

Earthquakes

I have said before in a press release on March 1, 2010 about the greedy ones taking oil from the earths shock absorbers before. Now they plan to take the gas from coal seams as well in Tara in Queensland as well. We do not learn moving mass amounts of  iron ore and other substances from the earths plates and putting it somewhere else. This looking for more trouble. It continues at an alarming rate. We deserve what we get. Do not construe this as impassionate it is just the truth. The only way to reduce harm to the plant is to reduce population and thus reducing the need for more stuff. Lets do it by not reproducing, not by wars. I commend the Chinese for there one child policy and its about time the western world followed.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Boiling water in small spaces

I read about small houses and thought this might help to reduce energy consumption. The cup is heated at the same time as the water I sometimes use an insulated mug but I like the ceramic cup to drink from.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

drug sub

I have been given some perspex to make a few more windows to get rid of the blind spots in the sides of the cabin. This will have to be done before launch day.