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Old 12-09-2008, 08:41 AM
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Re: CBS News: Sculpture time experiment

Aaron, there exists vast capacity for refinement. I am basically using a bulldozer to make a side walk. I forsee a day when this "bulldozer" is refined a shrunk and will someday dangle from your key chain. A bunch of mechanical drawings, a machinist, and a machine shop could easily get that vibration you hear removed. I think I did a fairly good job on this prototype.

Right now, my spilled beans are in my coffee.

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Old 01-13-2009, 05:24 PM
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Re: CBS News: Sculpture time experiment

Just started a blog about the progress of the y-16 inner spacecraft sculpture.

http://y-16.blogspot.com
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Old 01-13-2009, 06:24 PM
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Re: CBS News: Sculpture time experiment

Cool Chris, but I've never blogged before. Do I sign up to add postings or just click on something?

That thing is looking sharp, shinier than I thought it would be. Nice attention to detail...and I LOVE that you've got 7 live batteries hooked-up with current going...somewhere. Ha, you might be waking-up the monster if you don't watch it.

The generator need better visual assimilation.
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Old 01-14-2009, 12:36 AM
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Nice blog, looks good.

Heard from an old scouting friend, he's doing research kind of like what you're doing but different. Using magnetic wave frequencies to treat depression. More or less giving people lobotomies. You're not lobotomizing yourself, are ya ? How safe is your device ? The Y-16 is working for you, how about others ? What do other people say ?
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Old 01-14-2009, 05:36 PM
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Hey, looks like us steel guys stick together. Eval, anyone can comment on a blog by clicking on comment at the end of each entry. The generator is purposly being kept bad video. I'm not displaying all the cards just yet.
Aaron, I might have heard of that guy. In my early research I was able to lift depressives out of their depression for 4 to 5 days with the early version. I could minaturize the unit and sell them maybe. That's still on the back burner. Patents, manufacturing, and govt. approval are collosal endeavers. As for how safe this unit is, well frankly, I'm scared. Inner space includes multiple worlds. I could transport to another world and run out of power or something and not get back. I really do kinda feel like John Glenn in that thing. Today's blog entry is hillarious. Jeeze, this is too much for even me sometimes. Ha ha fasion forward......

http://y-16.blogspot.com
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Old 01-14-2009, 07:58 PM
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and some of that good ol' pipe insulation. Thats come in handy for me as well. Not for so fetching a cap though.
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Old 01-17-2009, 12:37 AM
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Now everybody wants one..

http://www.breitbart.tv/?p=260813

I wonder if I can make one out of marble.. :|

Okay, leave space ships and time machines and inner space thingamajigs to the cybermen.
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Old 01-21-2009, 03:27 PM
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I added a donation button on the site today. Takes all cards. Works through PayPal. Very secure.

http://y-16.blogspot.com

Thanks
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Old 01-21-2009, 08:46 PM
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I like the donation feature. I could use one as well. Hopefully it will work for you, let us know when that happens.

Perhaps you could also post images and affordable objects for sale. Alerting people via e-mail concerning fresh offerings is a good way to stay in the minds of those who could help you. There's no shame in a little self promotion. Asking people to forward e-mails with links and image attachments may also work to establish new contacts.

Everything you do has value, even the simplest sketch. Put reasonable price tags on things and see what happens. Make things that'll fit in a box that you can ship, most carriers will do door to door and will bill the reciever. It's easy.

Consider The WASTE NOT CENTER , they have a web page. Like Re-Art. Materials are available.
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Old 01-22-2009, 11:49 AM
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Donations are coming in. Be a part of it!

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Old 03-25-2009, 12:51 PM
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What do you think....

The www.Y-16.com project has been awarded 2 art grants over the years with the latest a few months ago. I'd like to put the unit on tour. Anyone know of any art centers/museums/galleries with forward vision? Please post suggestions or email through www.Y-16.com
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Old 03-25-2009, 05:26 PM
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Re: CBS News: Sculpture time experiment

It's not art it's media hype.
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Old 03-25-2009, 08:45 PM
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Quote:
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It's not art it's media hype.
In the age of networking, isn't working the media considered an art form too? It's current, it's referential, it's provocative..
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Old 03-25-2009, 11:42 PM
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I was just kiddin' around, showin' my affinity for one-line symmetry. Gadfly outsider hadit comin' callin' one of my shiny objects "photography not art." Henny Youngman lives. badda-boom.

The spectacle is certainly art--appropriate tricksterism as noted by 3E (effim egghead Evaldart), the closet Chaucerian.

any o' you aesthetes know where this poem comes from? Hint: the trickster is always a better character than the tortured artiste, no matter what we're supposed to believe.

"red thy fambles white thy gan,
thy quorrons dainty is,
so couch a hogshead with me now,
thru the darkman's clip and kiss."

Nobody joined the Masons after reading War and Peace, did they? or was it roscicrucians? No I think it was the handshake people.

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Old 03-26-2009, 10:31 AM
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Re: CBS News: Sculpture time experiment

It's, WHITE thy fambles, RED thy gan.
Have a great day,
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Old 03-26-2009, 10:41 AM
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THE MAUNDER'S PRAISE OF HIS STROWLING MORT
I

Doxy, oh! thy glaziers shine [1]
As glimmar; by the Salomon! [2]
No gentry mort hath prats like thine, [3]
No cove e'er wap'd with such a one. [4]

II

White thy fambles, red thy gan, [5]
And thy quarrons dainty is; [6]
Couch a hogshead with me then, [7]
And in the darkmans clip and kiss. [8]
III

What though I no togeman wear, [9]
Nor commission, mish, or slate; [10]
Store of strammel we'll have here, [11]
And ith' skipper lib in state. [12]

IV

Wapping thou I know does love, [13]
Else the ruffin cly the mort; [14]
From thy stampers then remove, [15]
Thy drawers, and let's prig in sport. [16]

V

When the lightman up does call, [17]
Margery prater from her nest, [18]
And her Cackling cheats withal, [19]
In a boozing ken we'll feast. [20]

VI

There if lour we want; I'll mill [21]
A gage, or nip for thee a bung; [22]
Rum booze thou shalt booze thy fill, [23]
And crash a grunting cheat that's young. [24]

[1 mistress; eyes]
[2 fire; mass]
[3 lady; [Notes]]
[4 [Notes]]
[5 hand; mouth]
[6 body]
[7 sleep]
[8 night; [Notes]]
[9 cloak]
[10 shirt or sheet]
[11 straw]
[12 in the barn; lie]
[13 Notes]
[14 the devil take the woman otherwise]
[15 feet]
[16 stockings; revel]
[17 daylight]
[18 hen]
[19 chickens]
[20 ale-house]
[21 Money; steal]
[22 pot; steal a purse]
[23 wine; drink]
[24 eat; pig]
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Old 03-26-2009, 11:08 AM
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So much for my memory. i recall it was buck mulligan singing the tune, am I right? In my youth I was told Daedalus was the shining star and Buck the cretin. But ole mulligan had all the fun.

thanks for the full version Grommet, great meter.
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Old 03-26-2009, 10:34 PM
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Are you sure that wasn't from a recording of Ironman singing while stumbling home after a gallery opening of his one man show?
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