Archive | June, 2002

2002-06-15 – More nano-tech

Much pondering, but I was sure I had already put this idea up. It appears I haven’t, but this is a change to the Lactic acid nanotech idea, for anyone who has seen it. In the future, when nano-tech is rather easier to get, and the cost of making anything is trivial compared to the […]

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2002-06-12 – Home furnace for melting and casting metal.

I am currently building a furnace suitable for melting small quantities of metal, so I can cast things out of, for example, Brass. Having looked at the various sites around, including the nutter with the 3100 degree C set-up for melting Chromium, I realise that there is the potential to do a lot more! However, […]

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2002-06-10 – Adaptive materials
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The half-insulated mug

When drinking tea, I like it to cool off quite a lot before I even touch it – too many memories of burnt tongues as a kid, I guess! So, I sit the cup down, and leave it a while, then start drinking it. Needless to say, it is then reduced in volume, and has […]

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2002-06-05 – Drinks flavouring

Surely someone out there has thought of this before, but why can’t you buy a flavouring for water that makes it taste cold?

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