[ExI] plastic house, was: RE: Trying for a minimum technical comment
spike66 at att.net
Wed Dec 19 16:19:28 UTC 2012
Hmmm, Styrofoam was a poor choice of words, because it reminds one of the
minimum density versions used in disposable picnic coolers and packing
material, but that isn't really what I had in mind. Rather if we had
stabilized cellulose which is super cheap and abundant, really not much more
than straw, then mixed it with polystyrene as a low cost matrix
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[mailto:extropy-chat-bounces at lists.extropy.org] On Behalf Of giorgio
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Subject: Re: [ExI] plastic house, was: RE: Trying for a minimum technical
we are actually producing them polyurethane panels with structure embedded
including all <utilities . In 3 days yo build a home and it cost 50% of
Intellectual property theft! You guys made a time machine, went back to
last week, read my idea, then went back five years, started a company,
waited until now
This is a perfect example of what Mike has called enginerring. All my ideas
are either old and right, or new and wrong. Actually a few are old and
wrong. Never new and right, never, ever.
Cool Giorgio! What company? Where? Website? Is this your first post?
Tell us everything we always wanted to know about Giorgio.
Da: spike <spike66 at att.net>
Oggetto: [ExI] plastic house, was: RE: Trying for a minimum technical
>>... I can imagine building homes out of big Styrofoam blocks of some
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