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This site has current rad levels, but i dont totaly trust them, high meters seem to get shut off.
doing the work the NRC neglects.
the public meters in japan are proven to be liers, providing comfort, not reality.
here in USA the "Anderson Price" act (1964?) indemnifies nuclear industries from ALL legal damages, NO LAWSUITS EVER. so if Indian point melts down, its YOUR problem, we pay for all the cancers caused by them already,,,,, GRRRRRRRRRRRRR DRAT DRAT DRATTTTTTT,,,,,, gota go medicate!!!
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did i cover the rad thing? the RIDE thing you KNOW!
on to the BUTTERNUT SQUASH, i grew some of these in a PIRATE garden< on city property HA!!!
the rest i gleaned from a local ditch. (gleaned=after comercial harvest theres tons of leftover in the feilds) they taste like sweetpotato-pumpkin mix, sooooo very yummy and they come in theyer own container, lasts for over a year if stored right.
local cost was 65cents pound in store.en totaly glutinous on apples last few months, just emptyed my barrel, horses so sad> on to CARROTS!
FOOD, why would you cheat on that. yes YES i KNOW how bacon tastes.
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I'm building a fixed/free bike on 451c rims, so I'm trying to figure out where to find a large chainring. Moving to 451 means that I would need a 69t ring to have the same final ratio as a 650c with a 52t ring, and while I don't want to go that high, maybe 58-62?
I already have a 60t ring, but it's been damaged; LBS said they could probably straighten it, but I'd like to have my bases covered before diving into this project.
I suppose I could always find the smallest ring which will fit on the back, but again... covering my bases.
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attention all non-aviation readers:
have a question about flying, airplanes, airliners? something you wonder about?
i can tell you all sorts, including:
> how you breathe air supplied at 400+degF from the engines in an airliner
> the problems inherent in a helicopter's flight characteristics
> basic mechanics, design, and principles of all types of engines
...and all you have to do is ask!
so please ask away. i just want to generate interest in aviation.