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Michael Crumpton
Attended Rhode Island School of Design
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Best takedown in the history of politics.
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And you can just barely make out the time vortex forming in the center there. they should achieve a full time portal to the 25th century when they can get it up to 500 rpm.
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This looks really great! The maneuverability seems just about perfect. Now all you need is a model of Nausicaa to pilot it.
I made a paper glider of Nausicaa and her glider and it worked quite well so I'm sure you could do it easily.
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I am guessing along with the nice decorative artwork it is a surefire way to get rid of those pesky ants!
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You have some great thoughts and present them quite well, although I think if you spoke a little slower and wrote an outline of the subjects of your talk and the sequence you want to present them ahead of creating the podcast it would flow even better.
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Wow, what a douche!
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It is mysterious why they would choose to make the fan less effective. It is hard to believe that making the blades shallower pitch is cheaper or easier. Also designing the blades with less area at the tips also reduces the air it can move. Perhaps it puts more strain on the motor so it would break down before the warranty expires? Maybe the fan is noisier with the steeper pitch?

BTW a hot air gun would make heating the blades easier. $10 at Harbor Freight.
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Especially, if you notice, the blades on today's fans are scoop shaped, starting out flat at the leading edge and then bending slightly forward at the trailing edge.  Apparently it seems, the scoop shape does not move air well and likely even hinders the air flow through the fan.  Older plastic box fans, such as the 1980s Edison and Toastmaster box fans, have their blades made with a more uniform, linear pitch, the only difference is the pitch angle between the hub and the outer edge of the unit, being that it starts out at a pretty steep pitch at the center and then gradually the pitch becomes shallower towards the outer edge, basically causing the entire blade unit to mimic a ship's propeller.  And those older plastic fans, they really put out a smooth yet powerful flow of air!
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One 40 Millionth is not arbitrary? That's not even metrically consistent. Why not 1 millionth or 1 ten millionth or 1 hundred millionth? Whats so special about 40? is it better than 30 or 50? And the diameter of the earth? With bumps and valleys as big as Everest and deep as the Marianas Trench, where is this diameter measured from? Why not use the moon or the sun instead, at least we can see what we are using to measure.
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Really? Bumps and valleys? Like, do you take your belly into account when you measure how tall you are or what?
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I am not sure how different this test is than a book that tells you may be more susceptible to Alzheimers  if you eat from aluminum pans or evenif there is a difference from a magic 8 ball. They all provide info that is not clinically proven, and the accuracy is not guaranteed, but everyone should be allowed to make decisions based on their own criteria. Of course 23andMe should have to add any disclaimers as to the efficacy of their tests that their lack of clinical trials would suggest before selling their product.
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