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Old 05-05-2019, 09:44 PM   #111 (permalink)
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Right now Mom is saying she will not allow me to add onto the shed, she wants me to purchase a nice commercial shed.

I told her that if she buys it, I will assemble it.

We will see what she says tomorrow.

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Old 05-08-2019, 12:55 PM   #112 (permalink)
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How could Gaia cast large tall pieces of aircrete, if even a small column can't be shaped without problems ?



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How could Gaia cast large tall pieces of aircrete, if even a small column can't be shaped without problems ?

If the columns are cast,horizontally,in matched-molds,with sprues,then up-ended after curing,would that work?
My Dad's cellular concrete was only used for poured-in-place floors,at only the depth of the sole plate (1.5-inches [about 38mm])
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If the columns are cast,horizontally,in matched-molds,with sprues,then up-ended after curing,would that work?
That is how Honey-Do Carpenter did it.

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That is how Honey-Do Carpenter did it.

Phil! How have you been? What are your latest projects?
Okay I suppose. Pretty much studying climate change,energy,and history full-time,while I save for the wind tunnel trip next year.We've been wet all year so far,and very few days in between rain,all dedicated to yard work and community service while the Sun shines.
Maybe by June,I'll be able to begin again on Spirit.Much to do!
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I went out today and started up the Dasher and let it idle until it was up to operating temp. I guess I had better get the oil pressure gauge fixed before next year.
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I did not really end up studying for the final. I missed thirty-three points on it.
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I think that I mentioned somewhere that, unlike any other class that I have ever taken, this professor has new material after the last test, three hours of lecture, and a unit from the textbook. I made sure that my flashcards on StudyBlue.com were complete and correct and spent several hours with the new material, but the last video kept buffering, and then completely stopped.

Nothing from the videos seemed particularly important (but plenty was on the quizzes and tests), so I started making those outlines from everything the professor put on the screen, which was pretty much the slides.

I averaged 86.1% on the quizzes, worth 20%, 95.2% on the tests, worth 40%, and 94.6% on the final, also worth 40%

According to her complicated spreadsheet, I should have a 93.1%. It is not a great grade, but MUMU does not do +/-, so it is an A.

My first A in speech.

I am supposed to see five clients tomorrow and then we are driving down to the valley, but I am going to try to work on projects again. However, I need to sign up for one or more summer classes and I really need to get a head start on those.
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I'm glad I don't have to please other people. I wasn't really very good at it.

So, I'm North of 12,000 posts; but today I noticed my Profile page has had 35,475 visits.
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